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Ayush Kwath may play a significant role in
- Improving respiratory health
- Enhancing digestive system
- Relieving cold and cough
- Boosts immune system
Ingredients of Aadees Ayush Kwath
- Krishna Marich
The AYUSH Ministry says taking ‘AYUSH KWATH’ formulation can help boost the immune system against viruses, including the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.*
Indian gooseberry or Amla ” THE KING OF FRUITS ” is a general health tonic. Amla (Emblica officinalis) has been known for its medicinal benefits for more than 3,000 years in Ayurveda and respected as a symbol of good health.
According to Ayurveda:-
- Amla is loaded with nutrients and the richest source of vitamin C.
- It is cooling, astringent, digestive, laxative, and aphrodisiac fruit.
- Has anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, and diuretic properties.
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Found naturally in meat, leafy greens, dairy, beans, peas, and whole or fortified grains, B complex vitamins help your body make energy from the food you eat, form red blood cells, and play an essential role in certain bodily functions. Take a closer look at the benefits, signs of deficiency, and food sources for each of these B complex vitamins.
BRAHMI (Bacopa monnieri)
Brahmi is a plant that has been used in traditional Indian medicine (Ayurveda).
Brahmi is a nervine tonic that pacifies Kapha and Pitta dosha.
Brahmi has commonly used for its brain enhancement characteristics improving memory, anxiety, Alzheimer’s disease, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, and many other uses.
Haldi is a spice that comes from the turmeric plant.
Rich in natural curcuminoids (phytonutrients) and supports important blood & liver functions,
healthy joints, healthy inflammation response, overall well-being, radiant skin, and improves digestion.
Karela is an excellent dietary fiber and source of Magnesium, Iron, Potassium, Calcium, Vitamin C, and Beta-carotene.
In Ayurveda, karela is renowned for its ability to help maintain normal blood sugar levels and support a healthy pancreas by promoting normal glucose metabolism.
The bitter taste that is prevalent in bitter melon helps to clear excess Kapha and stimulate the digestive fires without aggravating Pitta or Vata.