The Little Known Ayurvedic Herb That Can Boost Your Immunity 

Written By  Aquib Nawab, BBA

Medically Reviewed By  Dr. Sandeep Madaan, MD (Ayurveda)


Introducing a journey into Ayurvedic herbs that can bolster your immune system. Explore how these herbs, often overlooked, hold the power to enhance overall health. 

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1. Herbs for Immunity 

Beyond a healthy lifestyle, Ayurvedic herbs provide essential support. These ancient remedies offer a comprehensive approach to immunity. 

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2. NEEM - Nature's Powerhouse 

Neem strength with 130 active compounds. It aids immune function and cools inflammation. Detox and antioxidative benefits make it versatile in supplements, smoothies, or with lemon and honey. 

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3. TULSI - The Queen of Herbs 

Tulsi, Holy Basil, is nutrient-rich and adaptogenic. It reinforces immune health and combats stress. Extracts, tea, capsules, or essential oil offer varied ways to incorporate its benefits. 

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4. GUDUCHI - Guardian of Health 

Guduchi, the "root of immortality," purifies with antioxidants and immune support. Its cognitive benefits are noteworthy. Try it as herbal tea, infusion, tincture, or juice. 

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5. AMLA - The Mother of Ayurveda 

Amla, rich in Vitamin C, is a powerful immune booster. Classified as a rasayana, it restores and regulates inflammation. Pickled, candied, in capsules, or powder, it adds versatility to your diet. 

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6. CEYLON CINNAMON - Ancient Immune Ally  

Ceylon cinnamon, used for millennia, regulates inflammation, detoxifies, and supports circulation. Its soothing warmth adds comfort to various dishes, smoothies, and teas. 

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7. PUSHKARMOOL - Himalayan Resilience 

Native to the Himalayas, Pushkarmool aids respiratory and immune function. It's versatile as a tonic and expectorant in powdered, capsule, or tea form. 

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8. KATUKI - Rare Immune Enhancer 

Rare Katuki protects the liver, boosts immunity, and regulates various bodily functions. Capsules, tinctures, teas, or powder make it a versatile addition to your regimen. 

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9. TURMERIC - The Golden Spice 

Turmeric's anti-inflammatory benefits and curcumin's antioxidants support immunity. From lattes to curries, its powdered form adds depth to your diet. 

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