Friday, 24 February 2017

Ayurvedic Medicine - Rhubarb



Ayurvedic Medicine - Rhubarb



Ayurvedic Name: Revand chini 


Botanical Name: Rheum emodi


English : Rhubarb


Physical Properties: 

Rhubarb is a tall perpetual herb with a hefty stem and substantial radical clears out. Its underground stem, which produces roots and leaf shoots is utilized for therapeutic purposes. 

Habitat:

It is local to south eastern Russia, yet was acquainted with the western world decently as of late (around the sixteenth century it came to Britain). 

Ayurvedic Benefits: 


1) In Diarrhea: Rhubarb has an astringent activity; because of this property it is extremely advantageous for curing Diarrhea which is created by any bothering object in the digestive tract. 


2) In Poison Ivy Itch: Rub crude Rhubarb over the fix of skin where you are feeling the tingle brought about by toxin ivy. It is an incredible home cure. 


3) In Piles: In the case of affliction from heaps, make rhubarb a customary element of your suppers. 


4) In Asthma: Rhubarb is likewise observed to be extremely valuable for patients with Asthma, when devoured routinely as a piece of your suppers. (Through pies and sauces) 


5) Disturbed personality:Devouring Rhubarb is observed to be extremely valuable in quieting down an unsettled personality. It has an alleviating impact when expended.

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