Amla or Indian Gooseberry is a powerhouse of nutrients and a highly revered plant in Ayurveda. Amla is a rich source of Vitamin C and can balance all three doshas (Kapha/vista/pitta) of the body, helping in the elimination of various diseases. This ayurvedic superfruit has abundant phytonutrients like Tannins and Gallotannins responsible for its pharmacological attributes.
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), commonly known as The Winter Cherry or Indian ginseng, is a powerful nervine tonic used in Ayurveda for thousands of years. The ancient medicinal herb classified as an adaptogen can support your body to manage stress and anxiety. The health benefits of this promising herb are associated with a high concentration of the active component, Withanolides.
Bacopa monnieri, also called Brahmi, water hyssop, thyme-leaved gratiola, and the herb of grace, is a staple plant in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. Bacopa monnieri has been used in the Ayurvedic system of medicine for centuries for a variety of purposes including improving memory, reducing anxiety, etc. A group of active compounds called bacosides in Bacopa monnieri are responsible for these benefits.
Curcuma longa or turmeric is an Indian spice obtained from the rhizome and roots of the curcuma longa plant. It has been utilized in traditional medicine and cooking for thousands of years. Many of the beneficial actions of the turmeric are due to the antioxidant and regulatory mechanism exerted by its bioactive components, curcuminoids, in which curcumin is considered as the most important bioactive component.
Green Coffee is one of the most popular product in health and wellness community. The extract of Green coffee is produced using unroasted coffee beans. Green coffee extract is mainly sourced from two plants- Coffea arabica & Coffea robusta of the family Rubiaceae. The extract is full of potent antioxidants such as Chlorogenic Acid, which effectively stabilizes free radicals.
Tribulus terrestris is a medicinal plant used in traditional Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurveda medicine since ancient times. The active components in Tribulus are steroidal saponins associated with significant therapeutic properties. Saponins work to stimulate testosterone levels resulting in better sexual health.