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A few select herbs can keep you healthy.

Healthy Herbs

Herbs Benefits
Herbs


Herbalism, that is, herbal theory, is a traditional medicinal or folk medicine practice based on the use of flora and plant extracts. Herbalism is also known as botanical medicine, medical medicine, herbal medicine, botany and phytoscience. Herbal or botanical medicine sometimes includes fungal or fungal and bee products, as well as minerals, shellfish, and some animal organs. The investigation of medications got from common sources is called Pharmacognosy.
Traditional use of medicines has been recognized as a way of learning about potential future medicines. In 2001, analysts distinguished 122 mixes utilized as standard medication that were derived from "ethnomedical" (ethno-medical) botanical sources; 80% of these compounds were used in the same or related way as traditional ethnographic medicine.

Many plants synthesize such essences that are useful for the maintenance of health of humans and other animals. These include aromatic extracts, most of which contain phenols (carbonic acid) or their oxygen-substituted derivatives, such as tannins (alkali of tree bark). Many secondary ones are metabolizable, of which at least 12,000 have been isolated - the number is estimated to be less than 10% of the total. In many cases, saplings such as alkaloids serve as tree-plant protection mechanisms against the robbery of micro-organisms, insects, and herbivores. Many herbs and spices used by humans to make food tasty contain useful medicinal compounds.

Likewise, "corruption, unseemly definition, or absence of comprehension about herbal and medication communications can prompt unfriendly responses that can now and then become hazardous or lethal".

Anthropology of Vaidyaki (Herbalism)

Since prehistoric times, lakhs of crores of people from all continents have used local plants and trees for the treatment of diseases. Medicinal herbs were found in the personal effects of the climber otzi the Iceman, whose body had been stored in the Swiss Alps for 5,300 years. These herbs appear to have been used to treat the parasites of their intestines. According to anthropological scientists, beings developed a tendency to use part of bitter vegetation to cure the disease.

Desi doctors often claim that they have learned to see sick animals by changing their food preferences and munching on such bitter vegetation, which they generally dislike. Biologists in the field produced evidence confirming this on the basis of supervision of a variety of species such as chimpanzees, poultry, sheep and butterflies. Terai gorillas take up 90% of their diet from the fruit of Aframomum melegueta, a

Relative plant of the ginger plant, which is a powerful microbial antidote, and it apparently keeps shingelosis and similar infectives away.
Researchers at Ohio Wesleyan University found that some birds scavenge their children with materials rich in microorganisms to protect them from harmful bacteria.
Sick animals seek out plants rich in secondary metabolites such as tannin and alkaloids. Since these phytochemicals often contain anti-viral (antiviral), anti-bacterial (antimicrobial), anti-fungal (antifungal) and anti-helminthic (antimicrobial) elements, the animals living in the forest are self- There may be a reliable case for therapy.
Some animals have a special digestive system, especially their digestive system is optimized in terms of dealing with the toxic elements of certain plants. For example, koalas may live on the leaves and branches of Eucalyptus, a tree that is dangerous to most animals. Even if a tree or plant is harmless to a particular animal, it may not be safe for humans to eat. There is a reasonable inference that the traditional collection of these discoveries was done by people related to the medicine of indigenous tribes, who were informed about the safety and information of the next generations.
The use of herbs and spices in food evolved as a response to the threat of food-borne microbes. Studies show that in tropical climates where there is a glut of germs, the dishes are the most spicy. In addition, spices that are the most potent antimicrobial are selected. [13] In all cultures, vegetables are less spicy than meat, as they are probably more resistant to spoilage.

History

In the written record, the history of the study of herbs goes back 5,000 years to Sumerians, who have described well-established medicinal uses of plants such as kalpavriksha (laurel), ajmad and ajwain. 1000 BC Garlic, opium, castor oil, coriander, peppermint, indigo and other herbs continued to be used in ancient Egyptian medicine, including Mendrake (Visakhamul), Vetch (pea caste), Ajmad, wheat, barley and rai in the Old Testament. The use and cultivation of herbs is also mentioned.

Indian Ayurveda used herbs such as turmeric, possibly in BC. Started in 1900. Ancient Ayurvedic scholars like Charaka and Sushruta, BC, wrote about many other herbs and minerals used in Ayurveda. Described during the first millennium. BC In the sixth century Sushruta described 700 medicinal plants, 64 medicines prepared from minerals and 57 medicines made from animal sources in Sushruta Samhita.

The first Chinese book on herbs, Shennong Bancao Jing, was compiled during the Han Dynasty, but its history is much older, possibly dating back to BC. 2700. This book lists 365 medicinal plants and their uses, including a shrub named Ma-Huang, which introduced modern medicine to ephedrine medicine. According to Yaoxing Lun (article on medicinal herbs), an essay on herbal medicine during the Tang Dynasty in the 7th century, generations of Shenong Bencao Jing began to flourish.

The ancient Greeks and Romans made medicinal use of the plants. The Greek and Roman medicinal practices preserved in the writings of Hippocrates and especially Galen gave the method to later Western medicine. Hippocrates advised the use of some simple herbal medicines along with fresh air, relaxation and a clean diet. On the other hand, Galen recommended large doses of a mixture of medicines, including botanical, animal and mineral materials. The Greek physician compiled the first European treatise De Materia Medica about the properties and uses of medicinal plants. E. No. In the first century, Dioscorides wrote a compendium of over 500 plants, which remained an official reference even in the 17th century. BC The fourth-century Greek book Theophrastus' Historia Plantarum, which established botany, remained similarly important to herbologists and botanists in later centuries.

 Asparagus (Asparagus)

The root of asparagus vine is dried and used as a powder. Asparagus is also a chemical medicine. It is a drug for intellectual development, for strengthening digestion, for enhancing eye light, for healing of ventilated air defects, for enhancing Venus, for enhancing the "breast" in new-born mothers. Ayushman blesses.

 Amla (Amalaki)

Amla fruit has been called Rasayana in almost all Ayurveda codes. Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita, Bhava Prakash, Ashtanga Hridaya all consider Shastra Amla as enhancing immunity. Apart from this, amla has been considered very beneficial in dermatophytosis, antipyretic, blood bile, diarrhea, flux, heart disease etc. Regular intake of amla also guarantees longevity.

 Giloy (Guduchi, Amrita)

Giloy or Amrita shows his qualities by his name. It is a vine whose juice is used by extracting juice from the stem or making sattva. It is bitter in taste but is anti-inflammatory. It is used in diseases like gout, rheumatism, skin diseases, spasm, heart disease etc. When it becomes dengue, the reduced amount of wicked platelets normalizes very quickly. It is a panacea for excessive bleeding and increasing immunity.

 Ashwagandha (Ashwagandha)

Ashwagandha is a highly used medicine in Ayurveda, its root is dried and powdered and used. Consumption of the substance of its powder is even more effective. Ashwagandha Churna Balakari, which enhances the immunity of the body, gives the boon of longevity by rejuvenating lost energy.

 Mulahti (Yashtimadhu)

Mulberry stem is mostly used. It is powerful in enhancing, visually, enhancing the strength of the person, giving gratitude to the varna, cough, vocal, ulceration and gout.It is utilized in the treatment of peptic ulcers. It is very effective in treating acidity.

 Brahmi

It seems like a normal bush to see Brahmi but it is very effective. It is the perfect medicine for nervous system. Memory for children and is brilliant. It is especially used in epilepsy. It is a panacea for the treatment of mental disorders. Apart from this, it is also used in fever, skin diseases, spleen related disorders.

 
Herbs
Ashok

Ashoka's bark is very beneficial. It has been found very useful in women related diseases. It is especially useful in white leucorrhoea, blood leukemia, heart, inflammation and indigestion. By the way, its qualities are reflected in its name itself. Ashoka means one who proves his name, is going to remove the grief and sorrow of women.

 
Turmeric
Turmeric (Haridra)

This is the rhizome used in most spices in India. It is used extensively in skin diseases, arthritis, hemorrhages, etc. Effective results have been found in the treatment of many types of cancer around the world.

 Neem

Neem tree is considered very useful in India. People keep its dry leaves as a pesticide at the place of clothes. Apart from this, decoction and coating are used in any kind of skin disease. Use of its leaves during bath is very beneficial.

 
Herbs
Seepage

This tree is grown all over India and its leaves and beans are used. Its beans are also put in sambar. It is very useful in chronic fever along with being an enhancer.

 Basil

This medicinal plant will be found in many homes and is also used in common cold and cough and fever. Its herbal tea is world famous. It purifies the environment and quickly eliminates bacterial infection. Increasing immunity is its fundamental quality.

 Ghritkumari (Kunwarpatha)

It is the most commonly found small fleshy leaf plant which is very useful in many diseases. The pulp between its leaves is used for external use in skin diseases. It is effective in eliminating the menstrual irregularities of women, it is used a lot in the treatment of liver (liver), spleen and digestive diseases and arthritis.

To defeat the corona virus, everyone should eat food that increases the immunity of the body and be clean.


Akash Singh.

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