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Organic HerbsVidanga

September 27, 20210

Vidanga Botanical name – Embelia ribes Burm. F. Family – Myrsinaceae Common Names English –  False black pepper Hindi – Baibidang Sanskrit – Vidanga Parts used – Fruits Distribution The plant is distributed in India, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Malaysia. In India it is mainly found in Western Ghats and Eastern Himalayas, hilly regions of...

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Organic HerbsMethi

September 27, 20210

Methi Botanical name – Trigonella foenum-graecum Family – Leguminosae Common names English – Fenugreek seeds Hindi – Methi Sanskrit – Methika Parts used – Whole plant Distribution India is the largest Fenugreek producer in the world. It originated from South-Eastern Europe and Western Asia, in North Africa it has been grown for fodder in Saharan...

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Organic HerbsLemon

September 27, 20210

Lemon Botanical name – Citrus limon Linn. Family – Rutaceae Common names – English – Lemon Hindi – Nimbu Sanskrit – Jambeer Parts used – Fruits, Bark, Leaves Distribution Citrus is native to a large area, which extends from Himalayan foothills of northeast India to north central China, the Philippines in east and Burma, Thailand,...

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CHITRAK Botanical name – Plumbago zeylanica Linn. Family – Plumbaginaceae Common names – English – Ceylon leadwort Hindi – Cheeta Sanskrit – Chitrak Parts used – Root bark Distribution Chitrak is mainly a native to old tropical regions of Pacific and Hawaiian Island. It is cultivated for medicinal and commercial purposes The species is largely...

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Black Pepper Botanical name – Piper nigrum Linn. Family – Piperaceae Common names – English – Black pepper Hindi – Kali Mirch Sanskrit – Marich Parts used – Fruits Distribution Pepper originated in the hills of South Western India. Although pepper was found cultivated in Indonesia as early as the 13th Century and in Sri...

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Bhumi Amla Botanical name – Phyllanthus urinaria Linn. Family – Euphorbiaceae Common names – English – Chamber bitter Hindi – Bhooi Amla Sanskrit – Bhumyamlaki Parts used – Whole plant Distribution It grows mainly in tropical regions such as India, Sri Lanka, Indochina, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia and the United States. In the United States, it is...

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Organic HerbsMulethi

September 8, 20210

Mulethi Botanical Name – Glycyrrhiza glabra Linn. Family – Leguminosae Common Names English – Indian Liquorice Hindi – Mulethi Sanskrit – Yashtimadhu Parts used – Stems, Roots Distribution The plant thrives in a dry and sunny climate and is cultivated in the subtropical and warm temperate regions, chiefly in the Mediterranean region It is reported...

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Organic HerbsArjun

September 8, 20210

ARJUN Botanical name – Terminalia arjuna (Roxb.) Family – Combretaceae Common names – English – Arjuna Hindi – Arjun Sanskrit – Arjun Parts used – Bark Distribution – The Arjuna is seen across the Indian Subcontinent and usually found growing on river banks or near dry river beds in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh,...

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Organic HerbsShatavari

September 8, 20210

Shatavari Botanical name –  Asparagus racemosus Willd. Family – Liliaceae Common names – English – Indian Asparagus Hindi – Satavar Sanskrit – Shatavari Parts used – Tubers and Leaves Distribution Shatavar is common throughout the tropical and subtropical regions, particularly central India. It is also found up to an altitude of 1500 m in subtropical...

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Organic HerbsCinnamon

September 8, 20210

Botanical name – Cinnamomum  zeylanicum Breyn. Family – Lauraceae Common names – English – Cinnamon Hindi – Dalchini Sanskrit – Twak Parts used – Bark, Leaves Distribution Cinnamon is native to India & Sri Lanka but also grows in Malabar, Cochin-China, Sumatra and in Eastern Islands too. Besides India, it is also cultivated in Brazil,...