Pure Herbs

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Pure Herbs is a range of individual herb extracts. The actions of these extracts benefit the body, irrespective of the individual's body constitution, state of health and metabolic functions. Everyone can benefit from the goodness of these herbs, irrespective of age, sex, body type or other health related factors. 

Amalaki   - Natural Vitamin C
Amalaki is used to rebuild and maintain new tissues and increases red blood cell count. It is considered helpful in cleansing the mouth, strengthening teeth, nourishing the bones and is the highest natural source of vitamin C. It reduces pitta without aggravating vata or kapha. It is a one of three herbs used in triphala , the primary Ayurvedic tonic for maintaining health. Amla is used in many Medicinal forms.

Arjuna - Cardiac Tonic
The bark of Arjuna is esteemed as a cardiac tonic used in Ayurveda for a variety of heart conditions.  It improves cardiac muscle function, pumping action of the heart and also used to lower blood pressure and heart rate. It is astringent, sweet, acrid, cooling, aphrodisiac, cardiotonic, urinary astringent, expectorant, alexiteric and is useful in fractures, ulcers, cirrhosis of the lever, hyperhidrosis, otalgia and hypertension.

Ashwagandha - Anti-Stress
Ashwagandha has been traditionally used for general debility, sexual debility and nerve exhaustion. Ashwagandha acts a good nutrient and hormonal function for thyroid, promote healing of tissues, improves physical endurance and support sound sleep. It is considered the primary adaptogenic Ayurvedic herb for its ability to build reserves for handling stressful conditions. Ashawagandha as an adaptogen.

Bacopa - Mental Alertness
Bacopa shows significant psychotropic action which assists in heightening mental acuity and supports the body's ability to relax. And conformation changes in the brain as well as blood. It has anticancer and antioxidant effect also.

Bitter Melon - Glycemic Control
Over the years scientists have verified many of the traditional uses of this bitter plant that continues to be an important natural remedy in herbal medicine systems. They have turned their focus on the beneficial properties of the fruit, leaves and seed  in diabetes and conditions related to diabetes, viruses( as well as HIV and certain cancers.), colds and flu, and tumors, high cholesterol, and psoriasis.

Castor   - Castor oil
Castor oil is a natural skin and hair softener and is used to treat skin diseases like ringworm and itching. It also uses in abdominal disorders, colic, enlarged liver and spleen, fever, headache, lumbago, nervous diseases, pain  relief (joints), promote menstrual discharge, promote milk production, rheumatism, sciatica.

Garcinia - Lipid Control
Hydroxycitric acid (HCA), a major component of Garcinia cambogia and antioxidants, seemed to reduce appetite by raising the amount of serotonin and storage of carbohydrates and fats to maintain normal body weight. Garcinia Cambogia lowers the production of triglycerides and cholesterol and may also increase thermogenesis, the burning of calories.

Garlic - Coronary Support
Garlic's most common uses as a dietary supplement. Garlic is also used to prevent certain types of cancer, including stomach and colon cancers. The platelet and hypolipidemic activities of Garlic ensure smooth coronary function.

Image of TinosporaGuduchi - Immunomodulatory
Guduchi is a considered a bitter tonic and powerful immuno-modulator. It is regarded as a blood purifier and liver protector. It is considered helpful in eye disorders and promotes mental clarity. It balances high pitta conditions.

Guggul - Cholesterol Control
Guggul (aka guggulu) is a gum resin, historically used for its antiseptic and deep penetrating actions in the treatment of elevated blood cholesterol and arthritis. Often used as a carrier and combined with other herbs to treat specfic conditions.

Gymnema - Sugar Destroyer
Gymnema is traditionally used in formulas to control blood sugar levels in the body. The leaves, used in herbal medicine, which chewed, interfere with the ability to taste sweetness, which explains the Hindi name Gurmar,, the destroyer of sugar".

Holy Basil - Respiratory Support
Holy Basil’s extracts are used in ayurvedic remedies for common colds, headaches, stomach disorders, inflammation, heart disease, various forms of poisoning, and malaria.

Mucuna - Nervine Tonic
Mucuna has been used for Parkinson's disease. L-dopa converts into dopamine, an important brain chemical involved in mood, sexuality, and movement.

Neem - Systemic Purifier
Neem is used for preparing many different medical preparations. Also used for anthelmintic, antifungal, antidiabetic, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-infertility, and sedative. It is particularly prescribed for skin disease and anti-inflamatory for joint and muscle pain. It balances high pitta conditions. Neem twigs are used for Dental care. Neem oil is used for preparing cosmetics. Neem Gum is used as a bulking agent.

Shatavari  - Female Tonic
Shatavari is traditionally used to support the female organs, prevent sexual debility, help menopausal conditions, stomach ulcers, inflamation and chronic fevers. It is also a primary rejuvenative for pitta. It supports healthy and normal blood flow through the reproductive system. It supports normal hormone utilization and hormone blood levels. Shatavari's antioxidant properties help maintain cell integrity.

Image2: TriphalaTriphala - Digestive Support
Triphala is a composite herbal preparation containing equal proportions of the fruits of three myrobalans, Emblica officinalis, Terminalia chebula and Terminalia bellerica. This preparation is known to be a safe hypoglycemic agent. Triphala prevents aging, imparts immunity and improves mental faculties. It helps to detoxify the liver, restore digestion and purify blood. Triphala is widely used in a large number of medicinal preparations. It is also a laxative that rejuvenates the membrane lining the digestive tract and contributes to effective cleansing of the colon, a key condition in Ayurveda to maintaining optimum health.

Turmeric - Antioxidant
Image3: TurmericCurcumin is the part of turmeric that gives curry food its golden color. This also provides turmeric with curcuminoids, which are believed to have health properties such as antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities. Turmeric benefits have been known for centuries and have always been an important part of Chinese herbal medicine and also the Ayurvedic medicine of India. This natural food is believed to support liver health, help prevent bad cholesterol, and it is being studied for its ability to block tumors.