Our Predominant Herbs

Herbs and Shades Herb Botanical Name Herbal Benefits

Turmeric
(yellow)

Curcuma longa

Turmeric is a natural wonder, proving beneficial in the treatment of many different health conditions from cancer to Alzheimer's disease.

Tulasi
(green)

Ocimum
tenuiflorum

Tulasi (Holy Basil/Ocimum sanctum) is a sacred plant in Hinduism. In Sanskrit, Tulasi means ‘the incomparable one’. In the Ayurvedic tradition, Tulasi is used to support normal respiratory function, promote optimal health and longevity.

Neem
(ivory)

Azadirachta
indica

Neem Tree has been described in Ayurveda's prime text, the Charaka Samhita, as sarva roga nivarini (that which keeps all diseases at bay)

Vettiver
(brown)

Chrysopogon zizanioides

Vetiver is used for the preparation of a decoction which used for the treatment of all kinds of poison in Toxicology.

Indigo
(blue)

Indigofera
tinctoria

Indigo is one of the oldest dye plants , which have many health benefits Clothes

Sappan
Tree
(red+pink)

Caesalpinia
sappan

Decoction of wood and bark used for tuberculosis, diarrhea, dysentery, postpartum tonic, skin infections. and anemia. Seeds used for stomach aches and nervous disorders.

Triphala
(kaki)

Terminalia
bellirica

The magical ingredient in Terminalia bellirica gives the healing properties and also it gives some medicinal properties.

Vembadam
(light grey)

Ventilago madraspatana

Anti-inflammatory and anticancer compounds.

Tacomo/Pomegranate
(yellow+ivory)

Tecoma stans/Punica
granatum

This nutrient dense, antioxidant rich fruit has been revered as a symbol of health, fertility and eternal life.

Onion
(yellow+green)

Allium
cepa

Onion is used for treating digestion problems including loss of appetite, upset stomach, and gallbladder disorders for treating heart and blood vessel problems.

Bringaraj
(green)

Eclipta alba

Karisalankanni is the herb of choice in treating liver diseases. This herb grows in marshy areas throughout the year. It grows abundantly during the rainy season.

Karungali
(black)

Acacia

The karungali is said to promote digestion. It is used by many people after meals.