Rejuvenate yourself with an essence of herbs. Plants and herbs carry in their cells the wisdom of cosmic intelligence. Each and every herb in Ayurvedic herbology has a multitude of benefits – for the mind, body, and spirit. They can be used internally or externally (through the skin) – or even used as aromatherapy. From weight loss to beautiful skin to overall vitality, herbs can transform your health in so many ways.
Below are the top 5 herbs beneficial for our health and how you can incorporate them in your daily routine.
Ajwain : It functions as a weight loss herb by drawing out deep-seated toxins from the body. Ajwain also heals painful joints – it is an excellent herb to address Vata issues. Ajwain can be taken as a tea to assist with weight loss. Weight loss issues are one of the major concerns today for every youngster wants to live a slim trim life. Gym has now become the new hub for youngsters. Now you don’t have to go to gym anymore rather use Ajwain, save money and use home remedies to live a better lifestyle.
Ashwagandha : is one of the best anti-aging herbs. Now to look younger and prettier no parlors rather go to kitchen take 1/2 teaspoon cooked in milk (sweeten with 1 tsp of raw honey).
Brahmi : Eliminate living your life full of anxiety and fear by using Brahmi. It also enhances intelligence and improves memory and concentration and happens to be great for hair growth! Take Brahmi every morning to rejuvenate the body-mind. Ways to take it: boil in water (as a tea), boil it in milk, or make Brahmi ghee.
Neem : Skin problems then use neem and rejuvenate your skin with the best healing powers of neem one of the most powerful blood purifiers and detoxifiers in Ayurvedic horology.
Shatavari : FEMALE VITALITY Shatavari is the Ayurvedic rejuvenative for women. Shatavari even translates to “she who possesses a thousand husbands!” It nourishes and cleanses the blood and the female reproductive organs. Shatavari is readily available as a tea, in pill and powder form, or it can be taken in ghee or cooked in milk, which is the preferred form