Why Ayurvedic Herbs Are a Game Changer for Your Health 

Written By  Aquib Nawab, BBA

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


Explore the world of Ayurvedic herbs and their remarkable impact on health. Discover the potential of Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Shatavari, Licorice, Neem, Manjistha, Amala, and Haritaki. 

Video from Canva

1. Ashwagandha 

Ashwagandha, derived from "horse" and "smell" in Sanskrit, embodies strength and vitality. It offers a wide range of benefits, from boosting the immune system to improving sleep patterns. 

Photo from Canva

2. Brahmi 

Brahmi, or Bacopa Monnieri, is an Ayurvedic gem for neurological health. It enhances memory, concentration, and intelligence while reducing stress and depression. 

Photo from Canva 

3. Shatavari 

Known as the "queen of herbs," Shatavari offers immunity enhancement, relief from inflammation, and support for the female reproductive system. 

Photo from Canva

4. Licorice 

Licorice, used since ancient times, relieves acidity, fights infections, and even supports hair health and prostate gland issues. 

Photo from Canva 

5. Neem  

Neem, the "bestower of good health," boasts antiseptic and antimicrobial properties. It's a potent blood purifier and aids in skin care. 

Photo from Canva

6. Manjistha 

Manjistha, a blood and lymph purifier, enhances the immune system, clears the complexion, and alleviates allergies. 

Photo from Canva

7. Amala 

Amala, a rejuvenating powerhouse, strengthens the immune system, heart muscles, and overall vitality. It's a natural solution for hair, skin, and blood sugar. 

Photo from Canva

8. Haritaki 

Haritaki, the "king of herbs," supports digestion, lowers cholesterol, and promotes respiratory health. It's also beneficial for vision. 

Photo from Canva