What does it consist of?
Ingredients of Kanchnar Guggul:
Classic ingredients of cardamom, cinnamon, laurel leaf, varun, Trikatu and Triphala, Kanchnar chhal, Guggul
Elaichi (Elettaria cardamomum), Dalchini (Cinnamomum zeylanicum), Milk Patta (Cinnamomum tamala), Varun (Crataeva religiosa), Trikatu (Generic formula), Triphala (Generic formula), Kanchnarchfish (Bauhinia variegate), Sh. Guggul (Commiphora mukul).
General effects of Kanchnar guggul based on Ayurvedic observations:
- Cardamom: Cardamom is a very important spice of Indian markets. It helps to reduce the amount of excess secretions from the respiratory system, has an anti-inflammatory effect.
- Cinnamon: It is extracted from the inside of the bark of the cinnamon tree. As a spice, it is popular mainly because of its taste. In Ayurvedic medicine, it is used because of its analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect. It also contains antioxidants and can help reducing weight.
- Laurel leaf: The leaves of a tree native to India, which have long been used for healing. Reduces blood sugar levels and improves blood circulation.
- Varun Chhal: Scientifically known as ‘Crataeva Nurvela’, native mainly to India and Bangladesh. Strengthens liver functions, helps to extract excess water from the body.
- Ginger: The anti-inflammatory effect of ginger is well known. Supports the healthy function of the lymphatic system and is a medicinal plant with detoxification, antibacterial effect.
- Long pepper: The well-known name of Pippali is longpepper. It is a flowering creeper, the fruits of which are dried and used as a spice. It has anti-inflammatory, pain relieving effect, reduces excessive Vata energies. It helps to regulate the monthly cycle.
- Black Pepper: The herb used in Ayurveda is mainly due to its rejuvenating effect on digestion, which reduces flatulence.
- Triphala: Triphala is 3 fruits. One of the basic combinations of Ayurveda, which includes a dried and ground mixture of Haritaki, Bibhitaki and Amla, in equal proportions. This trio is one of the most commonly used agents of Ayurvedic healing, providing versatile assistance, among others, due to its effect on the functioning of the respiratory and digestive systems.
- Kanchnar Chhal: It is extracted from the bark of the kanchnar tree, also known as ‘Bauhinia variegata’. Basically, it regulates the blood flow in our body. A special property of kanchnar is to extract excess fluid from the endocrine system, helps to reduce the possible swelling of the nodes of the lymphatic system.
- Guggul: also known as guggulu Sanskrit means “protect you from disease”. During its utilization, it is usually combined with other agents. It helps maintain healthy weight control, has blood purifying effect, supports the immune system, good for women’s monthly cycle regulation, lowers cholesterol level, excites digestion fire, the agni.
More information on the ingredients of Kanchnar Guggul:
- Amla: Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, is a product very rich in antioxidants. It has a rejuvenating effect, a digestive improving agent. In Ayurveda, it is often used as the first step in the process of restoring the intestinal tract and digestion.
- Anardana: pomegranate seeds have been used since ancient times to restore intestinal microflora and to maintain healthy digestion.
- Dalchini: cinnamon is one of the best digestive improving spices, has an anti-bloating effect and reduces intestinal cramps.
- Hing: asafoetida is one of the most commonly used spices in Indian cuisine, reduces flatulence after foods which are difficult to digest and gas-forming.
- Ajwain: a herb commonly used both in cooking and medicine, reduces stomach complaints, flatulence and has a beneficial effect in case of loss of appetite.
- Kali jeera: black cumin reduces the effect of harmful bacteria and improves bowel function. Mucous membranes are finely oiled by the essential oils contained in black cumin, making it easier to remove indigestible substances (such as vegetable peel, seeds).
- Trikatu: the components of the trio of spices are ginger, black pepper and longpepper. Trikatu has a very beneficial effect on digestion, burns insufficient fats, digests toxins, maintains appetite in order.
- Jeera: caraway seeds have been used since ancient times to make food tastier, help them digest thoroughly and reduce food-caused bloating.
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