Ayurveda’s Triad of Herbs

Ayurveda is considered by many in the world today with an apprehensive glance because it seems to go beyond the principles of modern science. However, its effectiveness is proven time and again through the success of herbal products. With an Ayurvedic lineage, these products inherently follow Ayurvedic principles and norms in their end-objective of bringing a balance between the three ‘doshas’, namely, the Vata, the Pitta, and the Kapha.

Many have claimed that the origin of Ayurveda dates back to the prehistoric times while many have attributed its arrival to the era of Mahabharata. Irrespective of whichever is true, Ayurveda has its principles sharing a common practice: the usage of herbs.

In addition to druids certified with the knowledge of Ayurveda, Indian homes have been aware and using different herbs for treating a score of health issues. The focus of this write-up is to put forth a snapshot of the benefits of three such herbs.

  1. Turmeric: It is a potent pain reliever and works wonders particularly for patients suffering from arthritis. It is quite amazing to know that curry containing a heaping helping of Turmeric has a remarkable ability of removing pain. This is because the herb contains curcumin, which has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Curcumin is known to reduce the Cox-2 enzyme – the primary culprit for pain and swelling in arthritis
  2. Cinnamon: It has been shown to prove effective against Type 2 Cholesterol and reduce dangerous Cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Cinnamon extracts successfully reduce blood sugar and reduce the risk of Diabetes. A water-soluble extract taken in a prescribed portion does wonders when it comes to balancing the Cholesterol and triglyceride levels
  3. Ginger: One of the most commonly used herbs in every Indian household; Ginger possesses the ability to prevent stomach upsets. It also contains the ability to prevent nausea by blocking the effects of serotonin, a chemical that our body produces when nauseated

The future is an unknown one – that’s the law of existence. However, it is certainly an herbal one as far as living in a healthy manner is concerned. That’s what we at Salveo Life Science firmly believe in – all the more reason behind us bringing forth herbal products for treating a large number of maladies with every passing day.

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