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Healthcare Products offer Wide Therapeutic Mix

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Herbal medicines and healthcare products offered by us provide a wide therapeutic mix both for chronic and acute ailments and are broadly used for preventing, treating as well as curing diseases in the areas of dental, oncology, gynecology, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, dermatology, pain management, etc.

What are Herbal Medicines?

Herbal medications are just what the name suggests – the use of herbs to cure or contain an existing health condition and maintain overall good health. These are obtained from parts of certain plants to prepare medications that are not only natural but extremely effective and by and large free from side effects.

The extract obtained from the leaves, stems, roots, or even the bark of some of the plants is sold in various forms such as capsules, pills, powder, etc. The fresh or dry leaves of certain plants can also be used as it is, for adding them to salads, soups, or for preparing kadha.

On the other hand, some herbs are also used in the form of tea, to brew and reap the real benefits that they possess. These not only help us in maintaining our health and well-being, but also allow us to keep various seasonal ailments away, and even address some chronic health conditions to some extent.

Take turmeric for example. This indigenous, wonder of an herb is something to keep handy in our household. It boasts of an impressive nutrition profile and exhibits incredible healing properties, including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiviral, anti-arthritic, antidepressant, antipyretic, analgesic, etc.

Curcumin, the active component, is added as an ingredient to various herbal medicinal preparations to boost health and beat the symptoms of various common as well as chronic health conditions.

Contemporary Vs Conventional

Medical and technological advancements continue to allow modern science to come up with medications to address practically all ailments and illnesses. The long-term use of modern medications for common as well as chronic health conditions can expose our bodies to a range of side effects. Hence, the need to look out for something that is effective and safe for the long haul.

Perhaps that explains the Global surge in the demand to go natural and reach out to the traditional means of healthcare and wellness. So, when it comes to using contemporary Vs conventional, is not about who the winner is, but just how effective the two can be, together.

Herbal medication becomes all the more effective when used as a complementary means of treatment, under an expert’s guidance, of course.

In the article that follows, we shall be discussing –

1. Dental Health

There are various herbs that make a prominent presence in the realm of oral healthcare. The essential oil obtained from certain herbs, such as clove, thyme, peppermint, red thyme, eucalyptus, etc. is quite useful in addressing various oral health conditions.

Lavender, for example, helps manage halitosis, heals damaged tissues, and addresses any oral pain.

2. Diabetic Management

It refers to a chronic metabolic disorder, wherein our body is either unable to produce enough insulin, or the insulin that is being produced is not sufficient/effective enough to keep sugar levels regulated.

Various herbs such as Aloe vera, cinnamon, ginger, fenugreek, etc. have been found to be effective in managing diabetes by keeping a check on sugar levels in our blood.

Ginger, for example, helps in reducing insulin resistance. Fenugreek, on the other hand, increased insulin levels in our blood and also lowered blood cholesterol levels.

3. Gynecological Issues

There are various traditional herbal medicines to address gynecological conditions, and boost fertility. Ginger, for example, helps offer relief during PMS, and morning sickness among pregnant women.

4. Herbs for Heart

Our heart is one of the most vital organs in our body, which works day in and day out to deliver oxygen and nutrients to practically every part of our body. As under-acknowledged as it may be, it is important to make conscious efforts in keeping our heart healthy. Nothing beats going natural, does it? Some of the top herbs for our heart include Curcumin, garlic, ginger, cinnamon, cardamon, berberine, etc. While the rest can safely be included in our everyday diet, berberine and Curcumin supplements are also available in the markets.

5. Pain Management

Whether it is an old injury dating years back or something arising out of an accident, we all have different thresholds for bearing pain. To seek immediate relief, we often reach out for pain killer medications.

However, before you do that the next time, just go and take a look into your pantry and you might find some natural pain killers lying just around there. Turmeric, for example, is a natural and effective pain killer, and you can use it by sipping a cup of hot turmeric tea or golden milk. Cloves, on the other hand, are also quite effective for the immediate management of pain.

However, as good as they sound, make sure to consult your physician before including any herb or herbal supplement into your diet. The dosage, as well as the fact that it may interact with some of your existing medication, is a major concern that needs to be addressed first.

Some people might experience reactions as they introduce themselves to certain herbs. Also, pregnant and breastfeeding women should altogether abstain from consuming these, as it might compromise their health. At the same time, whatever herbal product you are taking, make sure to ensure its quality, and buy them only from trusted brands.

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