Asafoetida has been used in Indian kitchen for ages to give a flavour to curries. But its healing properties give it a special place in Ayurveda as well.
Bishop’s weed contains several ingredients that provide aid in skin diseases like eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo and tinea versicolor and also has many medicinal uses.
Black caraway comes as a very good home remedy for treating intestinal worms that may be present in our stomach without causing any symptoms. People aware of its healing properties and various medicinal uses, call it as blessed seeds.
Corns or callus are often a painful experience, but ayurveda has a quick and easy home remedy that will help you get rid of your corns with the help of common kitchen spice - black pepper.
"A glassful of celery juice a day keeps the kidney stone away", is what can be said about celery fruit as it has diuretic properties that clears the body from toxins and prevents from kidney stone formation.
According to Ayurveda indigestion can be root to many disorders. Coriander has anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that are beneficial for digestion and also cure for bad breath.
Mother’s milk is not only essential for the health of baby but also for the emotional attachment of the baby with mother. Cumin is safe when consumed during pregnancy and promotes milk secretion in mother.
Fennel is a very aromatic and flavourful herb used for various digestive disorders. Its powder taken at night helps to clear the bowels in the morning and provides relief from constipation.
Pre-menstrual syndrome is referred to as difficulties associated with menstrual period which might make a woman feel unusual stress, anxiety or make her irritable or unhappy. Fenugreek helps as a home remedy for PMS.
Ginger is one of widely used kitchen herb which has antioxidant effects and gets recognition as an effective natural remedy for bronchial asthma and cough.