Ashwagandha/Amukkara Medicinal Plant Benefits and Uses in Siddha Medicine

Ashwagandha/Amukkara Medicinal Plant Benefits and Uses in Siddha Medicine

The roots and the leaves and seeds of Ashwagandha is widely used in siddha medicine mostly to cure various diseases. It is very effective in curing loss of appetite, insomnia, gastric problems, swellings, vadha and kapha related diseases and various sexual disorders on all genders. Ashwagandha is a Sanskrit name which means the smell of the horse. In Siddha Medicine it is called as Amukkara and in English it is identified as Winter Cherry.The Botanical Name is Withania Somnifera and it belongs to the family Solanacece. Properties Taste: Bitter Property: Light Vigor: Heat Section: Pungent Actions Febrifuge Diuretic Alterative Aphrodisiac Deobstruent Diuretic Tonic Rejuvenator Antioxidant Anti-tumor Soporific Mild Sedative Weight gain Tired and Worried of less weight? Taking Ashwagandha regularly with milk increases weight naturally.

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Increase Breast Size Naturally using Siddha Medicine

Increase Breast Size Naturally using Siddha Medicine

After receiving more emails asking for suggestions to enlarge the breast naturally we planned to write an article on that to help everyone. The breast gives femininity, confidence and self esteem to a woman, smaller breast reduces their confidence and sometimes it leads to increased stress. The modern way to enlarge the breast by surgery and some pills costs more and it offers you free side effects but when it comes to herbs it is cost effective and it does not lead to any side effects. The Herbs Liquorice, Abresprecaterius and Fenugreek are used to Increase Breast Size Naturally in Siddha Medicine. These not only increase the size of the breasts naturally it also gives the shape and firmness to the breasts without surgery. Breast

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Home Remedies for Hair Loss in Siddha Medicine

Home Remedies for Hair Loss in Siddha Medicine

The loss of hair from the head or body is called as hair loss. It is technically known as alopecia. Absence of hair in the scalp or any part of the body is known as baldness. The baldness is most common in men than women. Causes of Hair loss Pitha According to ‘Siddha Medicine’ the aggravation of Pitha leads to hair fall and premature graying. The increased intake of Fried foods, Spicy foods, Oily foods, Tea, Coffee, Meat Alcohol, Smoking and and the factors like Excessive anger, Worry Stress lead to hair loss. Hormonal Imbalance Hormonal imbalance like puberty, pregnancy and menopause can cause hair fall in women. Male hormonal imbalance can also cause hair fall and grey hair. Medications Cancer Arthritis Stress Heart problem

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Uses of Fenugreek in Siddha Medicine

Uses of Fenugreek in Siddha Medicine

Botanical Name: Trigonella foenum-graecum Family: Fabaceae Various Names English – Fenugreek Tamil – Venthayam / Vendhiyam Sanskrit – Methika Hindi – Methi Telugu – Menthulu Kannada – Menthya Malayalam – Uluwa Uses of Fenugreek in Siddha Medicine The parts like leaves as well as the seed of the fenugreek are used in Siddha medicine to cure various diseases. Acid Reflux / Heart burn and Ulcer Consuming a tea spoon of fenugreek with water before food is an effective medicine for the acid reflux or heart burn. This remedy also works against ulcer. Abdominal pain due to Indigestion Take a tea spoon of fenugreek with buttermilk is a good remedy for the abdominal pain caused by indigestion and which is also effective in reducing the effect

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Sinusitis Symptoms and Home Remedies in Siddha Medicine

Sinusitis Symptoms and Home Remedies in Siddha Medicine

Sinusitis is defined as an inflammatory process involving the mucous membrane of Para-nasal sinuses. It is referred as rhino sinusitis, rhinitis. Sinusitis is otherwise known as Mookaidaipu or Peenism in Siddha system. We will see a detailed information of Sinusitis Symptoms and Home Remedies in Siddha Medicine. A sinus is a hollow, air-filled cavity and its passages are present around Frontal sinuses which are located above the eyes Maxillary sinuses which are inside your cheek bones Ethmoid sinuses which are located between your eyes and behind the bridge of your nose Sphenoid sinuses located between upper part of your nose and behind your eyes Sinusitis Symptoms Facial pressure or pain Nasal discharge Nasal congestion Sore throat Poor sense of smell Bad breath(Halitosis) Head ache &

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