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Ayurvedic Herbs

Director : Mr. Ritwik Yogi

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OUR PRODUCTS - Kachoor Sugandhi

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: We are delighted to offer you our 100% Pure, Natural and Fresh KACHOOR SUGANDHI  POWDER; that is hygienically prepared with the naturally/organically grown SYZYGIUM CUMINI fruits collected from some special geographical regions in Rajasthan that are well-known for cultivating best quality kachoor sugandhi powder. This premium grade, finely-sifted fresh kachoor sugandhi powder is prepared by precisely executed manufacturing processes, including cleaning, drying and pulverizing the raw herbs to get the finest quality product. We prepare our Herbal Products with special care so as to retain the basic medicinal properties of the herbs; so these are rich in principle medicinal essence, and are absolutely free from any artificial coloring/ flavoring/aroma agents, sterilizers, synthetic solvents, pesticides/ insecticides or any other chemical substances. Our KACHOOR SUGANDHI POWDER is 100% Natural, Pure & Safe!

MEDICINAL PROPERTIES: Kaempferia galanga is cultivated for its aromatic rhizomes and also as an ornamental and has a long history of medicinal use. The rhizome is chewed and ingested. It is used as a flavouring for rice. The rhizomes are considered stimulatory, expectorant, carminative and diuretic. They are used in the preparation of gargles and administered with honey in cough and chest afflictions. In the Philippines, a decoction of the rhizomes is used for dyspepsia, headache and malaria. The juice of the plant is an ingredient in the preparation of some tonic preparations. The rhizomes and roots are used for flavouring food and in medicine in Southeast Asia. The rhizome is mixed with oil as a cicatrizant applying it to boils and furuncles. Bown cited a mix of four ginger relatives (Alpinia, Curcuma, Kaempferia and Zingiber) called ‘awas empas’, a Jamu remedy for headaches, stiff joints and urinary tract infection. Kaempferia is indicated in treatment of a large number of common ailments including amebiasis, bruise, childbirth, cholera, cough,dandruff, dyspepsia, enterosis, fever, furuncle, headache, inflammation, lameness, lice, lumbago, malaria, myosin, ophthalmia, pain, parasite, rheumatism, rhinosis, scabies, sore-throat, swellings, toothache and tumor (Duke, 2003). The rhizome mixed with oil is used externally for healing wounds and applied to warm rheumatic regions.

USES / APPLICATIONS: The rhizomes of the plant, which contain essential oils, have been used in traditional Chinese medicine as a decoction or powder for treating indigestion, colds, pectoral and abdominal pains, headache, and toothache. Its alcoholic maceration has also been applied as liniment for rheumatism. The extract causes central nervous system depression, a decrease in motor activity, and a decrease in respiratory rate. The decoctions and the sap of the leaves may have hallucinogenic properties, which may be due to unidentified chemical components of the plant’s essential oil fraction. Due to its woody,spicy & peculiar odour like roots, it is used in perfume formulations. It is used in hair oil especially to prevent baldness and hairfall and makes them more manageable. It is reported for its anti-microbial properties and used traditionally as one of the ingredient in herbal vanising creams to protect the skin from sun's UV rays. used against dandruff or scales from the head. A mixture of powdered rhizome and natural honey is given as an expectorant. The leaves are used in locations and poultices for sore eyes, rheumatism and fever. In Thailand, the dried rhizome of this plant is used as a cardiotonic (CSIR, 1959). In India, the dried rhizomes along with some other plants are used for heart diseases. It is also used for the treatment of abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhoea and toothache with the functions of promoting vital energy circulation and alleviating pain. In Kaempferia rhizomes are used in preparation of over 60 ayurvedic formulations.

DIRECTION FOR USE: Take a fresh ginger root and peel the outer covering. Extract fresh juice by squeezing the roots. Take 1 tablespoon of this juice and to this add olive oil or jojoba oil in the same quantity. Gently rub this mixture on your scalp whilst massaging in circular motions. Leave it on for 15-30 minutes. However, do not let this mixture dry and keep for longer hours. Wash off your hair using a mild shampoo. This ginger treatment can be done 1-2 times every week to get better results.