Lasuna : Neem : Punurnava

LASUNA
Garlic or Lasuna (Latin name: Allium Sativum) has multiple benefits for the body

Garlic helps support healthy cholesterol levels and blood pressure levels. Garlic has been used in various cultures for bacterial and fungal infections. Garlic is used extensively as a spice and promotes overall well-being.

Researchers at Hartford Hospital (Connecticut), conducted a meta-analysis study of ten recent clinical trials and found Garlic to be supportive of normal blood pressure levels in the body. Ann Pharmacother. 2008 Dec;42(12):1766-71.

Scientists at the Department of Medicinal Chemistry, Hebrew University-Hassadah Medical School, Jerusalem, recently studied Garlic for its antioxidant activity and support of normal cardiovascular function. They found Garlic to be supportive of normal plasma lipid levels and noted the herbs "positive influences." Mol Nutr Food Res. 2007 Nov;51(11):1365-81

Benefits of Garlic / Lasuna
  • Garlic supports normal cardiovascular function
  • Garlic supports normal blood platelet function
  • Garlic supports normal serum cholesterol levels
  • Garlic supports normal blood sugar levels
  • Garlic supports the body's immune system from bacterial and fungal infections.
  • Garlic has various benefits that promote overall well-being

Directions for taking Garlic
Take 250mg to 500mg twice daily after meals. Allow several weeks for benefits. The use of natural products provides progressive but long-lasting results.

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NEEM
The Neem tree is known as Arishtha in Sanskrit meaning 'reliever of sickness'. Neem is a powerful blood purifier and detoxifier and promotes healthy skin and wound healing. Apart from being a general health promoter, neem helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Neem's myriad uses led the US National Academy of Sciences, to publish a report entitled 'Neem – a tree for solving global problems'. Neem is nature's systemic purifier, supporting the natural cleansing mechanisms of our skin and internal organs.

Neem is one of the most widely used Ayurvedic herbs and is used to detoxify the body. Neem is a bitter tonic herb that clears toxins, while supporting the body's natural inflammation response and its ability to heal wounds.

Benefits of Neem
  • Neem supports normal skin health
  • Neem is useful as a tonic and astringent that supports the body's natural wound healing abilities.
  • Neem has detoxifying benefits that help maintain healthy circulatory, digestive, respiratory, and urinary systems.
  • Neem supports normal function of the dermal and circulatory systems
  • Neem supports normal, clean blood flow to the organs
  • Neem contains the active, bitter principal constituents nibin and nimbidin

Directions for taking Neem
250mg or 500mg twice a day with meals. Allow several weeks for long lasting benefits. Natural products have a wholistic effect on the body and take time for absorption and results.

Neem Facts
Botanical Name : AZADIRACHTA INDICA
Family Name : MELIACEAE
Common Name : LILAC, MARGOSA TREE, NEEM, NEEM CHAL
The Neem tree grows throughout India. All parts of the tree including leaves, twigs, flowers, fruit and seeds are used. The root bark posseses anstringent and tonic properties. It is also useful in Malarial fever. The oil is used in making Neem based soaps, shampoos and toothpaste.

Neem in Ayurveda
Neem has been used in the ayurvedic tradition for thousands of years to maintain health. The roots, bark, gum, leaves, fruit, seed kernels and seed oil are all used in therapeutic preparations for both internal and topical use.

Neem is regarded as a Twacha (skin) Rasayana in the ayurvedic literature. Neem has a purifying and clarifying effect, drawing out excess oil and smoothing out blemishes, so it is wonderful for persons with Kapha (earth or water predominant) skin. It is also soothing for dry, irritated skin when combined with aloe vera or rose water. Because its cooling nature, neem is also helpful for Pitta-related skin issues

The Neem leaf is especially useful in balancing Vata disorders. It removes ama and other toxins from the body, purifies the blood, and neutralizes damaging free radicals. The Neem bark has cool, bitter, and astringent properties. It is traditionally used to treat tiredness, Kapha dosha imbalance.

Neem Research and Clinical Studies
Scholars from the Department of Microbiology at Rajah Muthiah Medical College, Annamalai University, India, studied the skin supportive effects of the seeds and leaves of the Neem plant and found the results to be "statistically significant." Indian J Med Microbiol. 2003 Apr-Jun;21(2):98-101
Similarly, researchers from the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Calcutta, India said, "the results of [our] study give some scientific support to the uses of Neem employed by the indigenous people in India" for normal dermal function and internal cleansing support. J. Ethnopharmacol 2007 May 22;111(3):607-12

Arshad M, Zafar MN, Younis S, Nadeem R.

The use of Neem biomass for the biosorption of zinc from aqueous solutions.J Hazard Mater. 2008 Jan 15; [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 18289783 [PubMed]

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PUNURNAVA
Punarnava literally means Renewer in Sanskrit. Boerhaavia helps tone the urinary system and promotes health of the urinary tract. Punarnava helps maintain efficient kidney function, with its diuretic action. The herb supports the body's natural ability to remove fluids.

Boerhaavia is also considered to be a heart tonic and kidney tonic. It also helps to maintain healthy skin.

Benefits of Punarnava / Boerhaavia
  • Punarnava / Boerhaavia helps in maintaining efficient kidney functions
  • Punarnava / Boerhaavia helps in toning of Urinary Tract and maintains health of the urinary tract
  • Punarnava / Boerhaavia promotes liver health
  • Punarnava / Boerhaavia support lung function and respiratory health
  • Punarnava / Boerhaavia supports the body's natural ability to expel fluids and prevents water retention
  • Punarnava / Boerhaavia helps in weight loss

Directions for taking Punurnava
Take 250mg to 500mg twice daily after meals.

Punarnava Facts
Botanical Name : : Boerhavia Diffusa
Family Name: : Nyctaginaceae
Common Name: : Hog Weed, Spreading Hog Weed, Pig Weed, Horse Purslane, Tar Vine
Punarnava is a weed that grows in India. It is a creeping, spreading plant that grows upto 2 meters in length. It has pink flowers with green or brown oval fruits. Its roots, leaves and seeds are used for medicinal purposes.

Punarnava was observed by villagers to spring back to life after being a dead dry plant and hence its name the Renewer. Punarnava grows both in India as well as in Brazil where it is known as Erva tostao and is also used as a kidney and liver tonic.

Punarnava in Ayurveda
As per ayurveda, punarnava's properties are bitter, cooling, astringent and purifying. Punarnava is said to balance all three doshas of vata, pitta and kapha. The roots are considered an excellent diuretic and it aids in preventing fluid retention in the body.
Directions for taking Punarnava
250mg or 500mg  twice a day before meals. Allow several weeks for long lasting benefits. Natural products treat not just the symptoms but the body as a whole and take time for absorption and results.

Research on Punarnava / Boerhaavia
Antifungal activity of Boerhavia diffusa against some dermatophytic species of Microsporum.
Hindustan Antibiot Bull. 2003 Feb-2004 Nov;45-46(1-4):1-4.

Various extracts petroleum ether, chloroform, ethyl acetate and ethyl alcohol) of aerial and root parts of Boerhavia diffusa was sereened for Antitungal activity (Inhibition in sporulation) against dermatophytic fungi Microsporum gypseum, M. fulvum and M. canis by using broth dilution method. Extracts of aerial part not show any noticeable antifungal activity. Ethyl acetate extract of root part of the plant was found to be most effective of against target fungal species. The maximum inhibition of mycelial growth was observed for M. gypseum (78.83%) followed by M. fulvum (62.33%) and M. canis (42.30%) of ethyl acetate in the test concentration of 1000 microg/ml 24 hours of incubation. The sporulation of target fungal species decreases with increasing supplementation of phytoextract, confirms the presence of some antifungal phytochemical moiety in roots of the plant.
 
Spasmolytic effects of nonprenylated rotenoid constituents of Boerhaavia diffusa roots.
J Nat Prod. 2006 Jun;69(6):903-6

Boerhaavia diffusa is an Ayurvedic remedy used traditionally for the treatment of a number of diseases, including those affecting the gastrointestinal tract. In the current investigation, a methanol extract obtained from roots of B. diffusa exhibited a significant spasmolytic activity in the guinea pig ileum, probably through a direct effect on the smooth muscle. A detailed phytochemical analysis of this methanol extract led to the isolation of one new (12) and six known (6-11) rotenoid derivatives. The structure of the new compound was determined through interpretation of its MS and NMR data. All the isolated rotenoids were evaluated for their effect on intestinal motility in vitro, and the results obtained showed unambiguously that they are active spasmolytic constituents. Preliminary structure-activity relationships for this class of compounds are suggested.

Isolation of new rotenoids from Boerhaavia diffusa and evaluation of their effect on intestinal motility. Planta Med. 2005 Oct;71(10):928-32

A bioassay-guided separation of a methanolic extract obtained from the roots of Boerhaavia diffusa L. (Nyctaginaceae) allowed us to isolate five compounds belonging to the class of rotenoids: the known boeravinone D ( 1), boeravinone E ( 2), compound 5 and two novel compounds that we have named boeravinone G ( 3) and boeravinone H ( 4). The structures of the new molecules have been determined on the basis of their HR-EI-MS, (1)H- and (13)C-NMR and 2D-NMR (HMQC, HMBC) data. All the isolated rotenoids have been evaluated for their effect on intestinal motility in vitro. Three of them (boeravinone G, boeravinone E and compound 5) exhibited spasmolytic activity. Preliminary structure-activity relationships have been established highlighting the effect of substitutions on rings B and D.

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