Alfalfa boasts a high protein and fibre content and is considered to lower cholesterol levels. It has been used in Ayurveda for centuries to improve poor digestion and relieve symptoms of arthritis. It is also high in vitamin A and C, calcium, magnesium, iron and potassium.
There are many uses for Aloe Vera. Traditionally, it is used as a moisturizer, sunscreen, hair conditioner, and many other home remedies.
Amla (Indian Gooseberry) is sour and astringent in taste and is high in vitamin C, anti-infammatory, and antioxidant.
Boasting anti-inflammatory properties, Asparagus is high in vitamin C and A, zinc, manganese and selenium.
Bacopa (Brahmi) is a plant which has been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years to treat asthma, memory and anxiety.
Packed with eight amino acids, and antioxidants including vitamin E and beta-carotene, Barleygrass is known for supporting the immune system, lowing blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
Known in Ayurveda for balancing all three doshas (pitta in particular), Bhringraj is from the compositae family and is considered to pacify the mind
Traditionally used for treating digestive tract conditions, its oil also applied directly to the skin to treat join pains and skin conditions.
Also known as sufed musli, Chlorophytum is a therapeutic plant, native to tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, Australia and Asia. It is known for its aphrodisiac qualities and its ability to support the immune system.
A mixture of powdered herbs and / or minerals used in Ayurvedic medicine
Also known as 'guggul', Commiphora is a flowering plant from the Burseraceae family with analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is considered to help reduce cholesterol and support weight loss.
The seeds of 'wrightia tinctoric' (also known as 'Indrajav'), are grown in several parts of India and are considered an aphrodisiac. The seeds are bitter and astringent and are believed to support general health and vitality, as well as reducing hypertension.
A genus of approximately 100 species in the zingiberaceae family
From the Myrataceae family, Eugenia is known for alleviating symptoms associated with toothache, reducing nausea and relieving digestive problems.
Mainly found in India, Gokhru is traditionally used for the treatments of ailments including headache and constipation. It is thought to balance the vata and pitta doshas and is considered to have aphrodisiac properties.
Part of the zygophyllaceae family, Gokshura is considered cooling and sweet in Ayurveda and balances the vata and pitta doshas. It is thought to have detoxifying, analgesic, anti-inflammatory and aphrodisiac properties.
Also known as Giloy, Guduchi is a climbing shrub posessing therapeutic properties thought to support the immune system.
Also known as 'bitter gourd', Karela is a nutrient dense plant, and is considered to lower blood glucose levels, often used for diabetic support.
Due to its healing properties, liquorice has been used many ailments for years, including digestive support and reducing inflammation.
Also known as 'niranjan phal' and 'china fruits', Malva Nuts are considered to regulate the digestive system and aid detoxification of the body.
Known as the 'miracle tree', Moringa is considered to be a natural energy booster.
An antibacterial and antifungal plant, Neem has many benefits for both sensitive and acne-prone skin.
Found in the Nepalese Himalayas, Picrorhiza Kurroa is often used for treatment of digestive problems in Ayurvedic medicine. It is thought to have antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and to support the immune system.
Senna leaf has been used for centuries as a natural laxative and is often used in cases of Iritable Bowel Syndrome. Known by many as the 'cleansing herb', Senna leaf can also be used as an anti-inflammatory
Shankhpushpi is a herb widley used in Ayurveda as a brain tonic and memory enhancer. It is considered to reduce hypertension and reduce levels of stress and anxiety.
A climbing plant which grows in low jungle areas throughout India, it is considered to be an aphrodisiac, and to reduce fluid retention.
A cyanobacterium (blue-green algae) used as a wholefood dietary supplement, Spirulina is a complete protein containing all essential amino acids. Spirulina grows naturally in fresh and salt-water lakes in Africa and Mexico and is rich in vitamins and minerals.
An ancient herb, known as Chirayata in India, Swertia Chirata is considered to support the digestive system, due to its stomachic qualities. This bitter herb is also used to reduce skin diseases.
Terminalia Arjuna is considered in Ayurveda to balance the three doshas: kapha, pitta and vata.
Terminalia Chebula, also known as Haritaki, is rich in numerous vitamins and minerals.
Triticum Aestivum, also known as wheatgrass, is considered to support digestion through its laxative and diuretic properties.
Tulsi is often referred to as 'holy basil' for its many medicinal properties. It is used to support the immune system and boost energy.
Also known as Ashwahandha, Withania is a flowering plant of the nightshade family, used to reduce stress and anxiety.