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At Goaayurvedics, we encourage you to KNOW YOUR DOCTOR, KNOW YOUR AYURVEDA and to KNOW YOUR CONSTITUTION.

We believe that Information, Knowledge and Communication can help in getting the correct treatment and the right benefits of Ayurveda for one and all.

 

HERBAL PRODUCTS

This is a brief list of some popular ayurvedic and herbal products available from Doctor Sagarís Medicine Dispensing Unit.  These products are made from commonly available spices, herbs and medicinal plants. The ingredients used commonly are highlighted with images for your information.  All medicines dispensed by Doctor Sagar are not proprietary meaning not standardized as common for all patients and not manufactured by companies. Doctor Sagar prescribes Ayurvedic medicines and Herbal products according to each patientís individual diagnosis.

FOR THE BODY

  • Blood Purifiers

  • Liver Tonics

  • Immunity Boosters

  • Anti Cholesterol

  • Herbal Cleanses

  • Anti Oxidants

FOR THE MIND

  • Anti Hypertensives

  • Memory Boosters

  • Rejuvenatives

  • Aphrodisiacs

FOR THE SOUL

  • Incense Sticks

  • Incense Cones

  • Perfume Oils

  • Music Cassettes / CDís

  • Holistic Products

FOR THE PERSON

  • Hair Wash

  • Hair Shampoo

  • Hair Conditioners

  • Hair Oils

  • Hair Pack

  • Skin Creams

  • Face Packs / Mask

  • Cleansing Gels

  • Cleansing Lotions

  • Scrub

 

 

 

These are some beneficial natural ingredients that are used in many of our Ayurvedic Medicines & Herbal Products.

Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera pulp has innumerable healing properties. It is moisturizing and anti-aging so it is often used in skin lotions. When taken internally, it benefits the circulatory system, liver and spleen. It is also effective in a variety of stomach and digestive disorders.
Amalaki
Amalaki is a potent herb that has been used in many classical Ayurvedic preparation for it rejuvenative powers. This amazing herb has been used to cure a variety of diseases ranging from anemia, hyperacidity and peptic ulcer to anorexia, hemorrhage, and urinary disorders. Amalaki is also an excellent cardiac tonic, diuretic general tonic and an aphrodisiac.
Arjuna
Arjuna or Terminalia arjuna is a wonderful herb that helps maintain a healthy heart and reduces the effects of stress and nervousness. Arjuna promotes effective cardiac functioning and regulates blood pressure. Arjuna has been the herb of choice in Ayurveda for cardiovascular health. Arjuna's ability to suppress the blood's absorption of lipids indicates that it has cholestero  l-regulating properties.
Ashwagandha
One of the most popular and widely-used herbs in Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is best known for its powers of rejuvenation. Re
 cent studies have proved that Ashwagandha has anti-inflammatory, antitumor, antistress and antioxidant properties. It is also believed to be a herbal aphrodisiac for both men and women.
Basil
Basil is a natural air freshener and insect repellant. It is also used in various
 Mediterranean and Indian cuisines. The holy basil is commonly used for healing various minor disorders, such as cough and cold.

Brahmi
Brahmi has been used for ages as a broad-spectrum herbal nerve and brain tonic that improves memory and cognitive processes in students and those involved in intellectual work. Brahmi is also used to treat senility, strokes, ADD (attention deficit disorder),

insanity and epilepsy.

Cinnamon
Cinnamon is used for flavoring cakes, breads, desserts, drinks and confectionary. It is also used for making incense and perfumes. Taking cinnamon once a day (mixed with warm water, milk or eaten directly) can assist in lactation for nursing mothers.
Clove
Cloves are commonly used as flavoring agents in cooking. They are also used as breath fresheners and digestive aids. Pure clove oil is a rich source of anesthetic and antiseptic agents, widely used by dentists as an oral anesthetic and disinfectant.
Coriander
Coriander is used in cooking a variety of recipes. The powdered form may be added to vegetables while cooking. A paste or coriander chutney is often used as an appetizer before meals.
Cumin
Cumin is widely used as a flavoring agent for breads, pastries, cheese, pickles, chutneys and more. Cumin is also good for digestive disorders, lactation and post-delivery care of mothers.
Garlic
Garlic been recognized for its enormous healing powers all over the world. It is an antiseptic with antibiotic and antifungal properties. This antioxidant helps to lower blood pressure, clears fatty deposits in blood vessels, reduces cholesterol and blood clotting and much more.
Ginger
Ginger, the Ayurvedic wonder herb, is a very gentle and soothing remedy for digestive disorders. It also has a stimulating eff
 ect on the circulatory system. It is often used as an antiseptic for the prevention of respiratory disorders. Other healing uses include treating nausea, stomach cramps, menstrual pains, chills, colds and rheumatic conditions.
Guduchi
Tinospora is used in Ayurvedic medicine as a tonic, vitalizer and remedy for diabetes and metabolic disorders. It is also helpful in the treatment of problems that are c  hronic and cause fatigue, and difficulties with digestion (resulting in poor nutritional status). It has been used to reduce blood glucose level. The plant is used to improve the immune system and bodyís resistance against infections. It is used as Immunomodulator in Immunosuppression of obstructive Jaundice, Hepatic fibrosis, Peritonitis and Sepsis. The plant has been found effective in preventing fibrous changes and promotes regeneration of the liver from drug induced hepatic toxicity.
Gugglu
Gugglu or Indian Bedellium is the yellow resin (or gum) obtained from the Commiphora Mukul tree, a small thory plant found in northern India. It possesses strong purifyi  ng and rejuvenating properties that is beneficial in treating many problems such as obesity.
Erand
Castor, or erand, is a medicinal herb that is used to treat a wide range of diseases from arthritis to leprosy.
Manduk Parni
Manduk parni is an annual plant found at a height of 2000 feet above sea level near rivers and canals in India and Sri Lanka.  It is u  sed to decrease the effect of kapha and vata; as a body wrap on the skin to enhance blood circulation; to improve memory; and to increase jatharagni (digestive fire) to improve digestion.
Manjishta
Grown mostly in the northwest Himalayas, the root of the Manjishta plant is widely used in treating pimples, reducin
 g wrinkles, improving complexion, treating burns, healing injuries, and reducing inflammation, swellings, spots, and scales. This potent herb is also used to cure urinary tract infections and menstrual disorders.
Mint
Mint is used as a flavoring and garnishing agent in cooking. It is also good for digestive disorders such as indigestion, flatulence, nausea and diarrhea.
Neem
It is systemic cleanser. In India this herbs is vastly used for removing contamination of blood and pacifying pitta dosha. People chew fresh leaves and its fruits for preventing pitta and kapha disorders. It is very useful in curing diabetes and various skin diseases.
Prisniparni
Prisniparni balances all three doshas. It is used to treat cough and asthma. It also strengthens the nervous system.
Rasna
It is a small thorny shrub of 1-4 feet in height that grows in salty mud, found in lands near Ganges, in Punjab and Rajasthan, Bulai in Gujarat in salty mud. Since it is hot in nature, it is used to alleviate aggravated kapha and vata, and also to reduce vata disorders. It is used in cases of swelling as lepa or part wrap. It is a very good pain reliever. It is also used as a rasayana or a rejuvenator.
Sarpagandha
This plant is found at a height of 4000 feet above sea level in shady areas all over India, Burma, Sri Lanka and Thailand. It is an evergreen shrub of 1-3 feet in height. The root is without smell and very astringent in taste. It is hot in nature, and decreases the effect of kapha and vata. It pacifies the vata, soothes the mind and causes sound sleep. It acts as a constrictor on the uterus and improves menstrual disturbances.
Sesame(Til)
Sesame, or til, is a small bush found in India. Its range of applications makes it a true wonder herb. Know more about til.
Shankhapushpi
For thousands of years, Shankhapushpi has been therapeutically used in Ayurveda for mental stimulation and rejuvenation. Learn more about the herb that combats nervous debility and loss of memory, and is clinically known to reduce total serum cholesterol, triglycerides, phospholipid and non-sterified fatty acids.
Swarnashri
Swarnashri is a thorny shrub about two to three feet high. It is used to alleviate kapha and pitta. It cures a range of diseases from joint pains to leprosy.
Turmeric
Turmeric has wonde
 rful antiseptic properties. Apart from being a perennial part of Indian cuisine, it is widely used for healing anemia, asthma, cuts and burns, conjunctivitis, complexion, dental problems, diabetes, diarrhea and pain.
Yashtimadhu
Yastimadhu has very many properties. It is anti-inflammatory, liver-strengthening, and anti-hepatotoxic. Apart from its rejuvenating properties, it improves hair growth, and is used to treat vomiting, excessive thirst, and constipation.
 

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