Herbs

Indian Gooseberry Juice/Powder

Indian gooseberry, or amla, is a fruit tree that grows natively in parts of Asia.

It has several culinary and herbal medicine uses, particularly in its native India. The fruit is rich in vitamin C and often purported to have potential antioxidant and heart-health benefits.

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Basil(Tulsi) Salt/ Powder

Tulsi, is native to Southeast Asia. It has a history within Indian medicine as a treatment for many conditions, from eye diseases to ringworms.

From the leaves to the seed, holy basil is considered a tonic for the body, mind, and spirit. Different parts of the plant are recommended for treating different conditions:

  • Use its fresh flowers for bronchitis

  • Use the leaves and seeds, with black pepper, for malaria

  • Use the whole plant for diarrhea

  • Use the pill and ointment form for

    eczema

  • Use an alcohol extract for

     stomach ulcers and eye diseases

  • Use an essential oil made from the leaves for insects

Mint(Pudina) Salt/ Powder

Mint is a popular ingredient in several foods and beverages, ranging from teas and alcoholic drinks to sauces, salads and desserts.

While eating the plant offers some health benefits, research shows that several of mint’s health benefits come from applying it to the skin, inhaling its aroma or taking it as a capsule.

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Oregano

Oregano is a herb from the mint, or Lamiaceae family. People have used it for thousands of years to add flavor to dishes and to treat health conditions.