Andrographis paniculata, commonly known as King of Bitters or Kalmegh, is a highly used medicinal plant of the ancient Indian medicine system. The bioactive compound, Andrographolides, is diterpene lactones having immune-stimulating activity and anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, anti-hyperglycemic activities.
Asparagus Racemosus is an Ayurvedic plant popularly known as Shatavari and it has been used since ancient times in India for addressing multiple health indications. The active biological components, Saponins; steroidal in nature, are phytochemicals responsible for its benefits. These Saponins have been found to have an impact on many facets of health from inflammation to hormone balance.
Boswellia, or Indian frankincense, is a resin derived from the Boswellia tree, which has been used in traditional medicine practices for a long time. The presence of active boswellic acids in Boswellia serrata provides excellent anti-inflammatory effects by inhibiting pro-inflammatory enzymes such as 5-Lipoxygenase, responsible for producing inflammatory molecules.
Black Pepper- Piper nigrum, is one of the most popular spice used all over the world. Commonly known as Kaali Mirch in India, Black Pepper is a dried form of unripened green berries. Major alkaloids present in Black Pepper are Piperine, Chavicine, and Piperidine. The Bioactive component Piperine has potent antioxidant properties. Black Pepper is rich in Vitamin A and K in addition to dietary fiber