Kali Musli  (Curculigo orchioides) One of the oldest rejuvenative herbs, according to Ayurveda, the roots of Kali musli are an aphrodisiac.** 
Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata)  A bitter tonic for the liver, one of the ingredients in Tikta Ghrita. Decreases pitta in the head and kapha in the chest.** 
Affectionately known as “ Ten Roots”, dashmool tea is generally used to balance vata, strengthens and nourishes the body.** Ingredients: Bilva root (Aegle marmelos), Agnimantha root (Premna integrifolia), Shyonaka root (Oroxylum indicum), Patala root (Stereospermym suaveolens), Kashmari root (Gmelina arborea), Bruhati root (Solanum indicum), Kantakari root (Solanum xanthocarpum), Shalaparni root (Desmodium gangeticum), Prushniparni root (Uraria picta), Gokshura root (Tribulus terrestris)
Gokhshura (Tribulus terrestris) 
Cooling herb, supports prostate, and urinary tract function. **
Guduchi  (Tinospora cordifolia) A bitter tonic for pitta and an overall rejuvenative.**
Calamus–Vacha (Acorus calamus)   One that imparts the gift of Speech. Prohibited by FDA for internal use. Stimulating to the skin, aides in removing toxins. Great for removing excess massage oil. ** 
Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica) Good for kapha dosha, strengthening the digestive fire and supporting healthy digestion of fat.** 
Brahmi/Gota Kola (Centella asiatica) Supports a healthy brain, supports memory, concentration and cognitive function, as well as promoting lustrous hair. Calms the vata in the mind and decreases excess kapha.** 
Brahmi (Baccopa moniera) Imparts knowledge, a brain tonic, promotes memory and clears and calms the mind. **
Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica)  One of the ingredients in Trifala, balances kapha.**  
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)  Promotes vitality, calming for vata, male rejuvenative.**   
Bala (Sida cordifolia)  “One that imparts strength.” Prohibited by FDA for internal use. Bala oil is used for muscle strength and promotes  good circulation.** 
Bhumyamlaki (Phyllanthus fraternus)  A rejuvenative for pitta, especially for the liver.** 
Bhringraj (Eclipta alba)  “Ruler of the hair” promotes hair growth, used in Bhringraj hair oil.** 


Amlaki (Emblica officinalis)  A rejuvenate herb that nourishes the tissues and detoxifies, stimulates digestive fire, balances pitta.**
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Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabara)  A sweet nourishing her, also called Yashti Madhu, is a tonic, promotes lung function and thus breathing, also a male tonic. Aids to remove excess kapha in the lungs.** 
Jatamansi (Nardostachy jatamansi)  Rejuvenative for vata. Endangered Species**
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Tusli  (Ocimum sanctum)  Holy basil, one of the sacred plants of India, heating in nature, promotes digestion.** 
Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) Balances vata, one of the ingredients in Trifala, a natural cleanser.** 
Pipali (Piper longum) 
​A warming digestive and respiratory stimulant. Decreases excess kapha. 
Musta (Cyperus rotundus)  “Nut Grass” An aromatic herb, promotes digestion, eliminates toxins from GI tract, and supports comfortable menstruation.**  
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Safety Guidelines: NOT FOR INTERNAL USE These products are not intended for internal use. Pregnant or nursing women should not use these products without consulting a licensed healthcare practitioner. **Disclaimer: The statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Our products are not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any ailment or disease. If a condition persists, please contact your licensed health care provider, or physician. The information provided by this website or this company is not a substitute for a face-to-face consultation with a health care provider, and should not be construed as individual medical advice.
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Neem (Azadirachta indica)  A bitter cooling herb for pitta, promotes healthy skin.**  Neem  is preferably used  in a  coconut or sesame oil base.  
Trikatu formula Black Pepper, Long Pepper, Ginger, a digestive formula

Most herbs are in powder form that can be used to create medicated oil or poultice. Sold by the pound unless otherwise indicated. All descriptions reference Traditional Ayurvedic usage.

Vidari (Ipomomea  digitata) Also known as Wild Yam, is a sweet tonic for men and women.** 
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Tumeric (Curcuma longa)  A blood cleanser, builds the immune system, promotes healthy skin.**
Vidanga (Embelia Ribes) Provids a healthy circulatory system by removing impurities from blood is an aid in treating edema. 
Vidanga is helpful in digestive problems also.**

All herbs by the pound are Out of Stock due to supply chain slowdown.

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Trifala  Meaning three fruits is an Ayurvedic herbal rasayana. It is made from the three most important herbs in Ayurveda: Amalaki (Emblica Officinalis), Haritaki (Terminalia Chebula), and Bibhitaki (Terminalia Bellirica). Triphala is known as a cleansing agent.** 
Bakuchi (Psoralea corylifolia)  Enhances skin tone,reducing skin inflamation. **   
Manjishta (Rubia cordifolia) Cools and purifies the blood, thus promoting healthy complexion, pitta rejuvenative.** 
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Shardhunika (Gymnema sylvestre)
 Killer of sweets maintains and supports function of pancreas  
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Shatavri (Asparagus racemosus)   A sweet tonic, supports health function of the female reproductive system , also used as a male tonic.** 
Peppermint (Mentha piperita)  Used in aromatherapy, supports and opens lungs. ** 
Safed Musli (Chlorophytum species)

​One of the oldest rejuvenative herbs, rich source of over 25 alkaloids, its natural oil, is good for robust health.** 
 Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa) 
 A rejuvenative for kapha, helps to maintain proper functions of kidneys and liver.** 
 Sandalwood (white)  (Santalum album)  
 The heart of this wood is quite perfumed, has been declared an Endangered species, however huge forests of Sandalwood trees grow in South of India. Great for incense burning and meditation.**