COMPOSITION AND THEIR BENEFITS –
Neem: Neem is a strong antioxidant, neutralizing free radicals that may influence the development of some conditions. It is also a strong anti-inflammatory agent.
Neem has antimicrobial effects and may be effective against several types of bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
Tulsi: Tulsi is rich in Vitamin C and zinc. It thus acts as a natural immunity booster and keeps infections at bay. It has immense anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties which protect us from a variety of infections.
Maulsari: In Ayurvedic medicine, it is commonly used for treating dental disorders like bleeding gum’s, pyorrhea, dental caries and loose teeth.
Kankola: The berries and seeds of this potent plant are used to treat numerous disorders. They can be made into a paste, powder, oil infusions or cold infusions to be integrated into therapy for patients.
Pathanga: Pathanga is a sheet Virya herb, which is a cool energy herb. It controls pitta (bile) and Vata (air). It is also known as the Katu Vipak herb. Vipak refers to the after-digestion (digestion/cooking/effect of rasa) flavors after mixing with digestive juices. It is the long-term effect of the herb. Katu Viapk herb increases dehydration in the body.
Babool: Babool is considered as one of the best Ayurvedic herbs for maintaining oral health. Regular use of Babool helps to strengthen gums, teeth, and reduces plaque formation and gingival inflammation.
Elaichi: It helps fight dental disorders which include teeth and gum infections, among other dental problems. It also possesses a strong aroma which can help cure halitosis – more commonly known as bad breath. Amomum subulatum has been used in Ayurvedic and Unani systems of traditional medicine for many ailments a long time.
Lavang: Lanvan is most commonly applied directly to the gums for toothache, pain control during dental work, and other dental-related issues.
Kachur:Kachur also helps in managing symptoms related to arthritis by reducing pain and inflammation. It also manages inflammation related to lung infections due to its anti-inflammatory property. Kachur might be helpful in dental problems like toothache, plaque, gingivitis (bleeding gums) etc due to its antiseptic and analgesic properties.
Jaiphal: Jaiphal is rich in anti-inflammatory compounds called monoterpenes, including sabinene, terpineol, and pinene. These may help reduce inflammation in your body and benefit those with inflammatory conditions.
Juglans regia: Juglans regia belong to the family Juglandaceae and are a good source of fat, protein, vitamins and minerals along with phenolics which act as antioxidants Juglans regia are ranked second after blackberries for their antioxidant activities.
Ajwain: Ajwain is an ayurvedic ingredient which might be beneficial for treating health conditions like Indigestion, Asthma, Kidney stone.
Katphala: Myrica esculenta (Myricaceae) is a popular medicinal plant most commonly found in the sub-tropical Himalayas. It is widely used in folk medicine to treat several ailments such as asthma, cough, chronic bronchitis, ulcers, inflammation, anemia, fever, diarrhea, and ear, nose, and throat disorders.
Karkatshringi: Karkatshringi is a species of pistachio tree native to Asia, commonly called zebrawood. It is often classified as Pistacia chinensis ssp. integerrima. It is used for a variety of purposes in India, including timber, dye, and fodder. The leaf galls are used in traditional herbalism for cough, asthma, fever, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Saunf: Saunf (Apiaceae) commonly known as fennel is a well known and important medicinal and aromatic plant widely used as carminative, digestive, lactogogue and diuretic and in treating respiratory and gastrointestinal disorders.
Marich: The health benefits of black pepper consist of rest from respiratory problems, coughs, the common cold, constipation, indigestion, anemia, impotency, muscular strains, dental disease, pyorrhea, diarrhea, as well as heart disease.
Amla: Amla contains the goodness of antioxidants and vitamin C, which helps combat bacteria and infections in the mouth and heals the gums. This natural cleanser can also help your mouth get rid of bad breath.
Bahera: The abundance of germ-killing properties, in the powder or oil helps in eliminating bad breath and bacteria from the oral cavities and thus prevents swelling, bleeding and other oral problems. The powder or oil can often be used to brush the teeth and hence reduce gum pain and bad breath.
Haritaki: Haritaki is traditionally used as a mouthwash for treating and curing various problems related to oral hygiene like gum disease, mouth ulcers, oral sores.
Yasthimadhu: Yashtimadhu has been conventionally used by Ayurveda in the treatment of respiratory and digestive disorders.