cough and the attacks follow so closely as to almost run into each other. It is also used to regulate the temperature of the body.
Coral calcium 43.47 mg
Coral calcium is the calcium found in limestone deposits that were once parts of coral reefs fossilized coral. The most plentiful source of coral calcium is Okinawa, although there are other sources in Brazil that claim to be similar in composition to Okinawan coral calcium. Typically, there are two types of coral calcium above sea coral calcium and undersea coral calcium. The coral that is used in undersea coral calcium is harvested by vacuuming up coral from the ocean floor. Because of the method used, the coral calcium derived from it is generally far less pure and is often contaminated with lead, PCBs and other heavy metals. Above sea coral calcium is harvested in much the same way that metals are mined. The layer of top soil is removed, uncovering the coral beneath it, which is then ?mined? and processed before being ground for inclusion in a coral calcium supplement.
Sea Coconut 5 mg
Sea coconut is a palm fruit like coconuts but it is a lot smaller.The sea coconut (hai di ye) sold in Guangdong today is not the African sea coconuts but are the fruit of sugar palm from Thailand and other south east Asian countries. The shape of sea coconuts (double coconut) is like two coconut joining together and its weight can reach 20 to 30 kilograms while the fruit of sugar palm are much smaller and do not join together. Coconut has a lot of medicinal properties. Fresh coconut water is given to the patients of dehydration and sunstroke. It allays excessive thirst and pacifies the burning sensation. It is an acclaimed medicine. In acute and chronic gastritis. While reducing acidity, coconut water also helps in healing gastric ulcers. Due to its diuretic action, it is beneficial in burning micturation and urethritis. Dried coconut kernel is considered to be an aphrodisiac and hot in effect. Since time, immemorial, coconut continues to be a part of many ayurvedic formulae and is a popular household remedy for a number of problems.
Ambergris 2.9 mg
It is a solid, waxy, flammable substance of a dull grey or blackish color, with the shades being variegated like marble. It possesses a peculiar sweet, earthy odour not unlike isopropyl alcohol. Ambergris has been used as a form of medical supplement. Middle Easterners have used it to increase strength and virility and to treat heart and brain disease. In some cases, people consider ambergris an an aphrodisiac. Also, during the Middle Ages, Europeans used ambergris as a medication for headaches, colds, epilepsy, and other ailments.
Aquilaria ovata 2.9 mg
The heartwood of Aquilaria ovata is found in tropical Asia. The innermost wood of these trees yields a fragrant resinous substance which is used in the East as a perfume and as a medicine.: Internally for digestive & bronchial complaints, fevers, rheumatism.
Leopard?s Bane 10 mg
Leopard?s Bane is a perennial herb distributed in Europe, North Africa, and Asia. It acts like a general tonic and is specially good for cardiac health. Strengthens the heart, stomach and liver. Useful in nervous depression, palpitation, paralysis, hemiplegia and melancholia. Useful in Following diseases : Depression, General Debility, Melancholia, Palpitation, Weakness of Heart.
Jadwar 2.9 mg
Perennial growing to 1m. It is hardy to zone 7. It is in flower from July to August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires dry or moist soil. The roots are alterative, bitter, stimulant and tonic. It is used in the treatment of toothache, and also as an adulterant for aconite.
A parasiticide is obtained from the leaves.
Nutmeg 2.9 mg
Native to 2 of the 7 Banda Islands, part of the Moluccas group, (islands of Eastern Indonesia, once known as the Spice Islands.) Medium to large sized tree, up to 70ft tall. Nutmeg trees thrive in very warm, humid climates. They need year-round water, but don't like flooding. Its medicinal properties are aromatic, carminative, hallucinogenic, stimulant, expectorant, deobstruent, sialagogue, emmenagogue. Nutmeg is used to conceal the taste of various drugs and as a local stimulant to the gastro-intestinal tract. In small quantities, nutmeg acts on the stomach to improve appetite and digestion. Nutmeg oil is sometimes used to dispel flatulence. Nutmeg is commonly used for seasoning foods. It helps prevent gas and fermentation in the intestinal tract. It is good for nausea and vomiting.
Triturated pearls 2.9 mg
Pearl is a valuable mineral source (calcium, magnesium, zinc, strontium, selenium) which aid in supplementing skin and bones. A good pearl ( not pierced ) triturated in rose or water, made into paste, dried and taken orally, is very beneficial for diseases caused by calcium deficiency. The ashes provide relief to body heat, are good for the eyes and cure tuberculosis, chronic fevers, cough, breathing problems, palpitation, high blood pressure, heart ailments, exhaustion and weaknesses.
White Dammer tree 2.9 mg
A large evergreen tree, 20-30 m in height, with grey thick bark and green and white leaves. The bark is bitter, acrid, thermogenic, alexeteric, depurative, expectorant, vulnerary and a tonic. It is useful in vitiated conditions of vata and kapha, cough, asthma, leprosy, skin eruptions, wounds, ulcers, otorrhoea, dysentery, urethrorrhea and anaemia. The resin is bitter, alexeteric, bechic, carminative and expectorarit. It is useful in chroniccbronchitis, tubercular glands, haemorrhbids, hemicrania, vitiated conditions of vata, amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoea, diarrhoea and ringworm. The fatty oil obtained from the seeds is antibacterial and is useful in chronic rheumatism and neuralgia.
Serpentine 2.9 mg
Serpentine is light green in colour. In ancient times it was used to prepare utensils. Food was prepared and eaten in those utensils. The poisonous food inside these pots used to change the colour of vessels to yellow. Greeks still use this in the Ayurvedic Medicine. Its user can never fall prey to diseases pertaining to abdomen.
Saffron 0.25 mg
Saffron is a famous medicinal herb with a long history of effective use, though it is little used at present because cheaper and more effective herbs are available. The flower styles and stigmas are the parts used, but since these are very small and fiddly to harvest they are very expensive and consequently often adulterated by lesser products. The styles and stigmas are anodyne, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, appetizer, carminative, diaphoretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, sedative and stimulant. They are used as a diaphoretic for children, to treat chronic hemorrhages; in the uterus of adults, to induce menstruation, treat period pains and calm indigestion and colic. A dental analgesic is obtained from the stigmas.