Within Ayurveda, Guduchi, also known as Giloy, is considered one of the three ‘Amrit’ plants - meaning “nectar of Gods”. A powerful detoxifying and rejuvenating tonic, Guduchi is one of the best herbs for balancing Vata and quenching Pitta.
What is the traditional use of Guduchi in Ayurveda?
Guduchi has the unusual characteristic of generating heat while also relieving excess Pitta from the body. Ancient learnings proclaim this heat generation encourages accumulated toxins to dissipate, providing internal cleansing.
Guduchi is known in Ayurveda for helping to maintain general health and vitality and the immune system. Studies show it also assists in balancing the body's glucose levels.
What are the benefits of Guduchi powder?
- Maintains general health and vitality
- Supports the immune system
- Balance blood glucose levels
- Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
How to use Guduchi?
You can take 1/2 teaspoon of Guduchi powder once a day. It is preferable that you take it after meals. You can take it with a glass of water or lukewarm milk.