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Herbs for Rejuvenation

 

Holy Basil Extract, 2 oz.
Ocimum sanctum

"Tulsi" means "the incomparable one" and holy basil is one of the most revered herbs in India. It is a rasayana herb, often used to calm, but it has the same high eugenol content of famous analgesics. Tulsi may therefore be a COX-2 inhibitor. It has also been found to lower blood sugar and cholesterol.

Alcohol: 59-61%

Contains: 1:4 extract of organically grown Ocimum sanctum leaf & flower in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Shankhapushpi Extract, 2 oz.
Convolvulus pluricalis

Shankhapushpi is the primary Ayurvedic herb for anxiousness and swift mood changes that are, in turn, usually attributed to vata derangement but sometimes to a mixture of vata and pitta disturbances. In such cases, Shankhapushpi is often the herb of choice for pacifying turbulent emotions. Shankhapushpi is a rasayana herb and is often used as a regenerative herb for the brain. It is believed to modulate the neurochemistry of the brain. Shankhapushpi aids memory and reduces tension due to mental stimulation.

Alcohol: 29-31%

Contains: USDA organic Convolvulus pluricalis aerial parts 1:5 in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Ashwagandha Extract, 2 oz.
Withania somnifera

Ashwagandha holds a premier place in the Ayurvedic pharmacopeia. It is both a rasayana herb, meaning one that aids the quality of life and longevity, as well as an adaptogen, an herb that improves our ability to cope with stress. This herb has a multitude of uses but to understand how research of prized Indian herbs is conducted, it is useful to consider how well an herb protects the patient from damaging changes when exposed to chemical, metallic, or radioactive hazards and how successfully the herb protects against free radicals. Ashwagandha is very high on the list of such valuable herbs, but it is most often used to improve male potency and endurance.

For pdf on Ashwagandha, click here.

Alcohol: 49-51%

Contains: 1:2 extract of organic Withania somnifera in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Kapi Kacchu Extract, 2 oz.
Mucuna pruriens

Mucuna pruriens is a legume and the extract is made from seeds. It is the most famous herb for Parkinson's disease, a condition that was described in ancient times in India. However, due to its high L-DOPA content, it is also becoming a favorite by lucid dreamers. It is a nervine and supports transmission of signals by the nervous system. It is also used in India to enhance sperm count, induce ovulation, and overcome stubborn sterility of both men and women.

Alcohol: 49-51%

Contains: 1:4 extract of organically grown Mucuna pruriens in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Kachur Extract, 2 oz.
Curcuma zedoaria

Zedoary is a white turmeric that is often used in Chyawanprash and other Ayurvedic preparations. Like other members of the ginger family, it is used both in cooking and medicine. It is anti-inflammatory and analgesic and is often used externally for wound healing, but its function in longevity tonics is to support the female reproductive system, urinary tract, and protect against ulcers due to stress. Its strength should not be underestimated: it is an antivenom for cobra toxins.

Alcohol: 24-26%

Contains: 1:5 extract of Curcuma zedoaria in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin, and Organic Apple Cider Vinegar.

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Bacopa Extract, 2 oz.
Bacopa monnieri

Bacopa is an aquatic plant and the primary herb in many Ayurvedic formulas used to improve memory and/or concentration. Bacopa has traditionally been regarded as an aid to learning, retention, and clarity. It also has a reputation as the herb of choice for epileptic disorders and is one of the favored herbs for anxiety. Like many rasayana herbs, it is an antioxidant. It is also antiparasitic and improves gastrointestinal health, including ulcers and irritable bowel syndrome. Bacopa is very safe. In Sri Lanka, it is administered to babies from about eight months of age to purify the blood and to clear parasites and eczema.

Alcohol: 39-41%

Contains: 1:1 extract of organically grown Bacopa monnieri in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Calamus Extract, 2 oz.
Acorus calamus

Sweet flag is considered to be one of the herbs of choice for rejuvenation of the brain and nervous system, but it is also used, in moderation, to tonify the appetite, digestive, and eliminatory systems. It is a vermifuge. This herb is also sometimes used to promote access to the unconscious.

The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India discusses the use of the dried rhizomes as a brain tonic in cases where there is weak memory, psychoneurosis and epilepsy. Some sources also refer to Vacha as an anti-stammering herb.

Alcohol: 59-61%

Contains: 1:4 extract of organically grown Acorus calamus root in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Shatavari Extract, 2 oz.
Asparagus racemosus

Shatavari is a galactagogue and rasayana herb, used mainly but not exclusively by women. It is a hormonal regulator and useful at changes of life. It increases the libibo of both men and women. Like ashwagandha, it is also an adaptogen. Laboratory studies suggest that shatavari protects the brain and nervous system from damage from excitotoxins .

For pdf on Shatavari, click here.

Alcohol: 40%

Contains: 1:4 extract of organically grown Asparagus racemosus root in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Bhringaraj Extract, 2 oz.
Eclipta alba

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.

Alcohol: 34-36%

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

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Gokshura Extract, 2 oz.
Tribulus terrestris

Gokshura is used almost worldwide. In Ayurveda, it enjoys a reputation as a tonic herb for the urinary tract and kidneys. It is soothing and promotes the proper flow of urine. It is also regarded as a male tonic herb, and studies in Bulgaria are often cited that suggest it aids male libido and performance. It is also a tonic herb for women. It is relaxing and balancing for all doshas.

Alcohol: 59-61%

Contains: extract of organically grown Tribulus terrestris seed in Distilled Water and Organic Alcohol.

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Guduchi Extract, 2 oz.
Tinospora cordifolia

Guduchi is one of the most famous detoxifying herbs in the Ayurvedic pharmacopeia. It crosses the blood-brain barrier and improves cognitive functioning and recall but its main claim to fame is its power to reduce toxins and even to protect the body from the harmful effects of toxins. It enjoys the status of a rasayana or rejuvenative herb and was traditionally used for three years in order to promote longevity and imperviousness to toxins.

For pdf on Guduchi, click here.

Alcohol: 39-41%

Contains: 1:4 extract of organically grown Tinospora cordifolia stem tincture in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Gotu Kola Extract, 2 oz.
Centella asiatica

Brahmi supports the mind and nervous system, helping to improve memory and sustain intellectual effort. The leaves are considered to be very sattvic, i.e., pure as opposed to dull or stimulating. Gotu kola aids restful sleep and is a natural blood purifier. It was used by Machamuni Siddhar for his kalpa. In a way, brahmi is tridoshic because it reduces excess vata in the mind, is cooling to pitta, and decongesting to kapha.

For pdf on Gotu Kola, click here.

Alcohol: 49-51%

Contains: organically grown Centella asiatica aerial parts in Organic Alcohol, Distilled Water, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Rasa, 2 oz.

Rasayana herbs are restorative and rejuvenating. They are excellent free radical scavengers, have almost no side effects, and are used in preparations for people who are convalescing, feeble, or simply desirous of maintaining their vigor and clarity well into old age. This particular formula supports both gentle detoxification and lucid cognitive functions.

Alcohol: 39-41%

Contains: Proprietary Blend: Emblica officinalis, Bambusa arundinacea, Tinospora cordifolia, Bacopa monnieri, Centella asiatica, Piper methysticum, Convulvulus pluricaulis, Andrographis paniculata, , Adhatoda vasica, Cyperus rotunda, Ocimum sanctum, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Foeniculum vulgare, Cinnamomum zeylanica, Elettaria cardamomum in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, Vegetable Glycerin, and Honey.

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Amla Extract, 2 oz.
Emblica officinalis

Amla is a tropical gooseberry and one of the most important herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. It is the main ingredient in many formulas including the two best-selling formulations in history: the rejuvenative jam Chyawanprash and the cleansing formula Triphala. Amla is a superb antioxidant. It is also radioprotective, antitumoral, and analgesic. It is cardioprotective, hepatoprotective, and immune enhancing. Our amalaki is extracted from wildcrafted plants.

For pdf on Amla, click here.

Alcohol: 24-26%

Contains: organically grown Emblica officinalis fruit extract, 1:4, in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Haritaki Extract, 2 oz.
Terminalia chebula

Haritaki is one of the most important herbs in Ayurvedic medicine and the most revered in Tibetan medicine. It is a parasiticide (intestinal worms) and one of herbs used in preparation for kaya kalpa, Ayurvedic rejuvenative therapy. It is a fruit and one of the three ingredients in triphala. It is the most purgative of the three fruits. It pacifies vata and helps to remove toxins, normalize lipids, and rebuild blood.

Alcohol: 24-26%

Contains: 1:4 extract of organically grown Terminalia chebula fruit in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Brahmi Elixir, 4 oz.

This formula was developed by Ingrid Naiman to promote removal of the obstacles to higher consciousness. It contains tamarind to help remove the damage caused by fluoride, the two "Brahmis", Gotu Kola and Bacopa, to aid memory, concentration, and acuity, boswellia to relieve edema in the brain as well as parasites, ashwagandha for neuroregeneration and stamina, and guduchi for detoxification and longevity. It is a true honey elixir with the finest quality Ayurvedic herbs available today.

Alcohol: 19-21%

Contains: proprietary blend of Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) aerial parts, Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) root, Nira-Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri aerial parts), Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) fruit, Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia) fruit, Shallaki (Boswellia serrata) resin, Amla (Emblica officinalis) fruit, and honey in distilled water, organic alcohol, and vegetable glycerin..

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Manjistha Extract, 2 oz.
Rubia cordifolia

Manjista is the main blood cleansing herb in the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia. What is unique about manjistha is that it supports deep detoxification without precipitating imbalance or undesirable side effects. It mainly supports blood cells and muscles, but the roots are astringent and can be used to stop dysentery. Manjistha helps to eliminate excess pitta and aids in the removal of toxins from the blood, liver, kidneys, and skin. It is the primary herb used in all blood purification formulas as well as preparations that improve the complexion. As a rasayana herb, it is interesting to note that even though it is detoxifying, it is also pacifying.

Alcohol: 34-36%

Contains: wildcrafted Rubia cordifolia roots in distilled water, organic alcohol, and vegetable glycerite..

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Guggul Extract, 2 oz.
Commiphora mukul

Guggul is very similar to myrrh and is widely used in Ayurveda to increase metabolism. Being thermogenic, it is slightly deranging to pitta but very useful for kapha disorders, including obesity and congestion. It is also used to regulate the thyroid and is considered beneficial for vata types unless the patient is suffering from spasms or hiccups. It should not be used during pregnancy. Guggul reduces stickiness and is therefore considered preventative for people at risk of strokes and heart attacks.

Alcohol: 89-91%

Contains: 1:1 extract of Commiphora mukul resin in Organic Alcohol and Distilled Water..

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Bibhitaki Extract, 2 oz.
Terminalia bellirica

Bibhitaki is a tropical fruit found throughout India. It is about the size of a large walnut and is primarily astringent in taste. Bibhitaki is one of the three fruits in the famous triphala formula and is the preferred herb for regulating kapha. This means it is used when there are kapha accumulations in the lungs, ears, sinuses, throat, liver, and urinary tract. It is astringent and therefore absorbs the excess moisture of kapha. It has some lesser known value for treating tropical conditions such as diarrhea, pulmonary eosinophilia, and allergic reactions, very likely parasitic in origin. It is also one of the herbs used in oral health, but it usually the shell that is made as a decoction and then used as an oral rinse.

Alcohol: 24-26%

Contains: Terminalia bellirica Fruit, distilled water, organic alcohol, and vegetable glycein..

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