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  1. Dry Reetha

    Reetha - Aritha - Soap Nut - Sapindus Mukorossi
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  2. Giloy Stem

    Guduchi has been used historically to: Alleviate allergies and symptoms of hay fever. Ease arthritis, gout, rheumatic disorders, and inflammation. Treat chronic skin disorders such as psoriasis or eczema.
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  3. Unnab Fruit

    Unnab - Red Ber - Jujube
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  4. Hingot Fruit

    Hingot Fruit - Balanites Aegyptiaca
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  5. Haritaki Fruit

    Common name: Chebulic Myrobalan, Harra, Harad
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  6. Cyperus scariosus

    Botanical name:- Cyperus Scariosus
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  7. Garlic Flake

    Botanical Names:- Allium sativum
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  8. Terminalia chebula

    Common name: Chebulic Myrobalan
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  9. Vai vidang

    Botanical name: Embelia Ribes
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  10. Bakayan Phal

    Bakayan Fhal - Melia Azedarach Linn
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  11. Bael Guda

    Botanical name: Aegle marmelos
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  12. Kali Jeeri

    Latin name: Centratherum anthelminticum (Willd.) Kuntze
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  13. Harad Whole

    Botanical name: Terminalia chebula
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  14. Guduchi Stem

    Guduchi has been used historically to: Alleviate allergies and symptoms of hay fever. Ease arthritis, gout, rheumatic disorders, and inflammation. Treat chronic skin disorders such as psoriasis or eczema.
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  15. Daru Haldi

    Daru Haldi - Berberis aristata
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  16. Tinospora cordifolia

    Guduchi Stem Herb, Giloe, Gulancha Tinospora
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  17. Dry Kumbhi

    Common name: Wild Guava
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  18. Bael Giri

    Bael that goes with the botanical name Aegle marmelos, also known as Bilva in Sanskrit, Bilva Pazham in Tamil, Bilva or Maredu Phalam in Telugu and Bengal Quince.
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  19. Babul Fali

    Babool in- Hindi - Babool, acacia in Hindi English - Black babool, Gum arabic tree, Indian arabic tree Uttrakhand - Babul Oriya - Babulo,Boburo Urdu - Babul Konkani - Babul Kannada - Babbuli), Pulai Gujarati - Babal, Babalia Tamil - Karu belmaram Telugu - Talltumm, Barburumu Bengali - Babla, Babul Punjabi - Babla Malayalam - Karuvelakam, Karuvelam Marathi - Babhul Arabic - Umm-e-ghilan Persian - Muginlan, Kharemughilan
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  20. Aegle marmelos

    Bael that goes with the botanical name Aegle marmelos, also known as Bilva in Sanskrit, Bilva Pazham in Tamil, Bilva or Maredu Phalam in Telugu and Bengal Quince
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  21. Zingiber Officinale

    The bracts are green with translucent margins and the small flowers are yellow green with purple lips and cream colored blotches. Most gingers in cultivation are sterile cultivars grown for the edible rhizome, and the flower is rarely seen. The ginger plant has a long history of cultivation, having originated in Asia and is grown in India, Southeast Asia, West Africa and the Caribbean.
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  22. Dry Ginger

    Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root or ginger, is widely used as a spice and a folk medicine.• Ginger • Hindi: Adrak • Manipuri: Shing • Marathi: , Alha, Aale • Tamil: Ingee, Inji • Malayalam: Inchi, Enchi • Telugu: , Allam, Allamu, Allamu chettu, Shonti • Kannada: Alla, Shunthi • Bengali: Ada • Oriya: Ada • Urdu: Adrak, Adi • Assamese: Ada • Gujarati: Adu, Sunth • Sanskrit: Adraka • Nepali: Aduwa • Tangkhul: Hui
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  23. Dried Lemon Grass

    Cymbopogon Citratus
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  24. Allium Sativum

    Botanical Names:- Allium sativum Sanskrit: Rasona, Yavaneshta Trade names: Rasun, Lashun Assamese: Maharu, Naharu Bengali: Lasuna, Roshum English: Garlic Gujarati: Lasan, Lassun, Lashan Hindi: Lahasun Kannada: Bulluci Malayalam: Vellulli, Nelluthulli, Belulli, Velluli Oria: Rasuna Marathi: Lasun, Lusoon, Lasun Punjabi: Lassan Tam.: Vellaipoondu Telugu: Vellulli, Tellapya, Tellagadda Garlic for treating Hair loss, Garlic Uses for Cardiac Health. Most important is that it removes toxins, revitalise the blood, stimulate blood circulation, improves digestion, removes mucous, and is good for healthy heart.
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  25. Terminalia Bellirica

    Botanical Names:- Terminalia Bellirica Common Names:- English: Beleric Myrobalan Gujrati: Bahedan Hindi: Bahera Kannada: Tare kai, Shanti Kayi Kashmiri: Babelo, Balali Malayalam: Tannikka Marathi: Baheda Punjabi: Bahera Bibhitaki tree is found throughout India and its fruits, leaves and bark are used in Traditional medicine system for the treatment of diseases.
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  26. Dry Baheda

    Vibheeta means lack of fear and Vibhitaki means the fruit that takes away the fear of disease.So the name Bibhitaki. Its botanical name is Terminalia bellirica bellerica.SYNONYMS:- Terminalia Bellirica, Bibhitaki
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  27. Senna Pods

    Senna pods are the seed pods of the senna plant. Herbalists and natural doctors recommend senna pod supplements to treat mild cases of constipation.The senna plant contains a strong laxative called anthraquinones.
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  28. Terminalia Bellirica

    The Triphala you receive from Starwest is made up of three different components: Amalaki, known by the Latin name of Emblica officinalis, Bibitaki, with the botanical name of Terminalia bellirica and Haritaki, going by the Lain name of Terminalia chebula
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  29. Chota Gokhru

    Tribulus terrestris
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  30. Harad Chilka

    Terminalia chebula
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  31. Nagarmotha

    Botanical name:- Cyperus scariosus Nagarmotha (C. rotundus) is a perennial plant and is one of the most invasive weeds known, having spread out to a world-wide distribution in tropical and temperate regions. The plant is mentioned in the ancient ayurvedic medicine Charaka Samhita.
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  32. Terminalia Bellirica

    Common name: Baheda, Belliric Myrobalan, Bastard myrobalan, Beach almond, Bedda nut tree • Hindi: बहेड़ा bahera, बहुवीर्य bahuvirya, भूतवास bhutvaas, कल्क kalk, कर्षफल karshphal • Manipuri: Bahera • Marathi: बेहडा behada, बिभीतक bibhītaka, कलिद्रुम kalidruma, वेहळा vehala • Tamil: tanri • Malayalam: thaanni • Telugu: bhutavasamu, karshaphalamu, tandrachettu, vibhitakamu • Kannada: taarekaayi • Bengali: baheda • Oriya: bahada • Konkani: goting • Urdu: Bahera • Assamese: bauri • Gujarati: બહેડા baheda • Khasi: Dieng rinyn • Sanskrit: अक्षः akshah, bahuvirya, बिभीतकः bibhitakah,
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  33. Abutilon Indicum

    Botanical name:- Abutilon indicum Hindi – कंघी, झम्पीEnglish – इंडियन मैलो (Indian mallow), कंट्री मैलो (Country mallow)Sanskrit – अतिबला, कंकतिकाOdia – नाकोचोनो (Nakochono), पीलिस (Pilis)Urdu – कंघी (Kanghi Plant)Konkani – वोड्डली पेट्टारी (Voddlipettari)Kannada – श्रीमुद्रिगिडा (Srimudrigida)Gujarati – खपाट (Khapat), कांसकी (Kanski), डावली (Dabali)Tamil (Abutilon Indicum Tamil Name) – पेरूनदुत्ती (Perundutti)Telugu – तुत्तुरीबेंडा (Tutturibenda), बोटलाबेंडा (Botalabenda)Bengali – पोटारी (Potari)Nepali – कंगियो (Kangio), अतिबलु (Atiblu)Punjabi – पीली बूटी (Peeli buti), कंगी (Kangi)Marathi – पेटारी (Petaari) कासुले (Kahsule)Malayalam – वेलुराम (Velluram), कट्टूराम (Katturam), उरम (Uram)Arabi – मस्त-उल-गुल (Mast-ul-ghul), दीशार (Deishar);Persian – दरख्त-ए-शाहनाह (Darakht-e-shahnah)।Extract of water-soaked dried seeds is used as purgative. Leaves are used as tonic. Roots are taken as infusion in fever
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  34. Abelmoschus Moschatus

    Botanical Name:- Abelmoschus Moschatus Common name: Musk Mallow, Musk okra, Ambrette, ornamental okra, annual hibiscus, yorka okra, galu gasturi, bamia moschata, Muskdana, Ornamental okra • Hindi:Mushkdana, Kasturi-dana, Jangli bhindi • Manipuri: Bawrthsaisbe suak, Uichhuhlo • Marathi:Kasthooribhendi, मुस्कादाना Muskadaana • Tamil: kasturi-vendaik-kay-virai, kaattu kasturi • Malayalam: kasturi-venta-vitta, kattu-kasturi • Telugu: kasturi-benda-vittulu, karpoorabenda • Kannada: kasturi bende, kaadu kastoori • Bengali: kalkasturi, latakasturi, mushakdan • Urdu: Mushkdana • Assamese: gorokhiakarai • Sanskrit: लLatakasturika • Tangkhul: Tawonrong Musk Mallow is used as an antidote for snakebites. An emulsion from the seeds is considered to be anti-spasmodic and is used externally. Extensively used as an insecticide and a aphrodisiac. The oil of the seeds, with a strong musk odor, are also used in the perfume industry (now largely replaced by synthetic musk oils) and is used to flavor coffee.
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  35. Bal Harad

    Botanical Name:- Terminalia chebula
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  36. Kaknasa Fal

    Botanical name: Martynia annacua
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  37. Marod Fali

    Scientific name: Helicteres isora
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