Herbal Extracts of Indian Spices

 


Bhringaraj Extract, 2 oz.

In the Ayurvedic medical system, bhringaraj is regarded as a rasayana or longevity herb. Though many people use this herb to stimulate hair growth and avoid graying, there are other anti-aging benefits associated with bhringaraj. The herb helps to reduce excess kapha and vata. In Siddha Medicine, the leaves are used with ghee to disgorge phlegm lodged in the tongue and tonsils, one of the preparations for serious rejuvenation. The leaf extract is a powerful liver tonic but mild enough for children to take for biliousness associated with intestinal parasites. As those familiar with Ayurvedic medicine would expect, a liver herb will tend to have a positive influence on the eyes and skin as well as the liver and blood.

30 drops in a small amount of water, 2 to 3 times daily, or as directed by your health care provider. Shake well before using.

Ingredients: Extract of aerial parts Eclipta alba in Distilled Water and Organic Alcohol.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $



Bhringaraj Powder, organic, half pound

This powder can be prepared with ghee to make a paste to brush on the tonsils and tongue for the purpose of drawing out toxins and phlegm. This process is sometimes done in preparation for kaya kalpa longevity therapy. It can also be combined with pancha karma treatments. It is also a famous hair growth herb.

Ingredients: certified organic Eclipta alba leaf powder.

Banyan Botanicals, $



Ghee

Ghee, 5 oz.

Grade AA sweet butter: no hormones, no coloring, no salt, no water, and no preservatives! This ghee is made fresh weekly in the old fashioned way!

Ingredients: clarified butter made in the traditional Indian manner.

Vadik Herbs, $



Sacred Medicine Sanctuary
Poulsbo, Washington