The importance of pure rose water for beauty of skin and hair is not secret to anybody. Rose water has been used since the ancient times for the beauty of face, skin, hair, eyes, acne, skin lightening and fairness. Because of its multiple benefits, it is known as ‘Wonder of Nature’. Arq Gulab is loved by everybody across the world because of its natural skin care benefits. It has in-depth potential to make your face glow and fair complexion; therefore it is the common beauty ingredients of every household. It is a natural anti-septic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory. In respect of all type of skins including dry one, it has beneficial impacts to all of them.
Rose water for anti-aging: The regular application of rose water on the face helps to make your skin soft and glowing due to the presence of antioxidants and vitamins.
Rose water for hair: The application of rose water on scalp works wonder. It nourishes, conditioning and moisture’s the hair follicles thereby promotes hair health like hair shining, long hair, hair beauty, etc. It makes dandruff at bay.
Rose water for skin beauty: It lessens the redness, beneficial for dermatitis and eczema because of anti-inflammatory properties. Due to pollution and our faulty lifestyle, the skin pores get clogged. The application of rose water helps to opens up the clogged skin pores and also removes dirt and oils.
Rose water for face: It makes the skin hydrate, keeps it moisture and smooth thereby give your face a glowing look.
Rose water heals scars: It heals scars due to anti-bacterial properties that leads to fresh and refreshing look to your personality.
All types of digestion related problem like acidity, heaviness in abdomen, constipation, stomach ache etc. It is also helpful in reducing body fat.
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20-40 ml twice a day empty stomach with normal water or as directed by the physician.
Avipattikar churna is a herbal mix enriched with Triphala, Trikatu, Trvrit (Nishottar) that help to stimulate digestion and metabolism. It may soothe the stomach tissues and promote normal, comfortable levels of acidity during the digestive process. This cooling blend may help balance the digestive fire and eliminate natural toxins from the system. It may help control the formation of gas and the discomfort associated with it. Benefits :
May promote normal levels of acidity in the stomach and intestine.
May support healthy elimination.
May help eliminate natural toxins from the system.
Ayurvedic Anti-Biotic is prepared by mixing the herbal medicine which has no side effects. It contains herbs having anti-becterial properties which are helpful in lowering the blood infection and skin infection.
Dosage Of Ayurvedic Anti-biotic Tablets
Children up to 5 years : 1 tablet two times daily.
5 to 12 years : 2 tablet twice a day.
Adults :2 tablets thrice a day.
Or as directed by the physicion.
How to Consume Ayurvedic Anti-biotic Tablet
With water after every meal i.e ( three times a day)
have a difference of at least 30 minutes to 1 hour with meals.
The Beal fruit benefits are mentioned below.
Bael, also known as the “Wood Apple”, is a species native to India. The bael tree is considered to be sacred to the Hindus. A famous drink known as sherbet is made from the bael fruit and it has been known for its medicinal values since 2000 BC. Here in this post you will know about various benefits of bael fruit.
Bakuchi Mishran (Bapchi) Tablets are an effective vitiligo (Leucoderma) treatment and also treats related skin diseases and conditions. It shrinks white spots on skin and reduces pigmentation.Vitiligo is a non-infectious and non-transmittable skin disorder where there is gradual enlargement of the depigmented spots into white patches. Areas like back, eyelids, lips, palms, palm back, face, scalp and bony prominences are mostly affected.
The complete list of uses and indications for Babchi is as follows:
Skin diseases: leukoderma, urticaria, skin rashes and redness etc.
2tab twice daily after breakfast and dinner with wate
Both gotu kola and bacopa pacify vata, pitta, and kapha. In excess, either one may increase vata.1, 3 Both herbs have a strong affinity for the lymph, blood, nervous tissue, and urinary tract, as well as the circulatory, digestive, and nervous systems. In addition, gotu kola works on the muscle, adipose, and bone tissues whereas bacopa resonates with all of the tissues in the body as well as the channels of elimination.1 And while some describe bacopa as cooling,1 others insist that it is in fact, heating—though still calming to pitta.2 Relative to gotu kola, let’s just say that bacopa is less cooling and may therefore be preferred in certain types of vata and kapha imbalances. Gotu kola will generally be the better choice where there are strong indications of pitta imbalance. This is, of course, a subtle distinction because both herbs are considered to be tridoshic (balancing to vata, pitta, and kapha) and for specific conditions one may be preferred over the other. Bacopa is likely more suited for overall strengthening, and energy promotion. Gotu kola is purifying and rejuvenating—especially for pitta. Both are said to support longevity.3, 2 Gotu kola is an appetizer while bacopa suppresses the appetite; bacopa is therefore often taken with digestives such as ginger or cardamom.1, 3In addition to the benefits described below, both herbs known as brahmi are very supportive of the joints—clearing toxins while promoting comfort and freedom of movement.1