Alsi (Flax Seeds)

Flax seeds are good sources of many nutrients. Their health benefits are mainly due to their content of omega-3 fatty acid, fiber & lignans (which have powerful antioxidant and estrogen properties). They may help in preventing breast and prostate cancer, as well as other types of cancer. Flex seeds helps lower cholesterol & blood pressure and play an important role in improving heart health.

Methi Dana (Fenugreek)

Fenugreek seeds have a healthy nutritional profile, containing a good amount of fiber and minerals, including iron and magnesium. Fenugreek may also reduce cholesterol levels, lower inflammation, and help with appetite control. Various studies shows fenugreek has benefits for lowering blood sugar levels, boosting testosterone, and increasing milk production in breastfeeding mothers.

Gond (Edible Gum)

So what exactly is Gond? It is a natural resin – a tasteless, odorless, viscous water-soluble natural gum got from axle wood tree, called ‘dhoy’ in Hindi and ‘Dhaka’ in Sanskrit. The tree has many other names – it is called Kothri in Bengali, Gondh in Tamil, Gaundh in Rajasthan and Dink in Marathi. Ayurveda has recognized the wonderful medicinal uses and health benefits of Gond if taken in a form of Laddu


Muesli is a famous aphrodisiac herb used in the Ayurvedic medicinal system. It is crowned to conquer weakness, low stamina, degeneration, emaciation etc. This herb is high in nutritional value. It is used to enhance energy, libido, and soothe joint pain.


This is an evergreen medicinal herb that grows in India, the Middle East, and parts of Africa. It is known as ‘winter cherry‘ or ‘Indian ginseng‘. Most importantly, it is an ‘adaptogenic’ herb, which means it helps your body manage stress. It is used in India over 3000 years ago. Usually ashwagandha is available in root and powdered (churna) form. Above all, Ashwagandha used to treat many health conditions like Arthritis, Alzheimers treatment, cancer & Thyroid.


Shatavari is a species of asparagus plant that has been used for many centuries in Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Since centuries Shatavari is been used in ayurvedic medicine. It can cure an array of medical conditions. Shatavari is said to promotefertility and have a range of health benefits, particularly for the female reproductive system. Shatavari may help to cure hormonal imbalances, rheumatism, fever, and headaches. In most cases, it can also help diabetes patients by controlling their blood sugar levels to a great extent.

Kaunch Beej

Is the seed of theKapikacchu herb, known for its high medicinal values. It is also known as an aphrodisiac which raises sperm count and quality, boosts sexual desire with its antidepressant properties and increases testosterone levels in the blood. Kaunch beej is widely used for enhancing sexual power. It also improves the quality and quantity of semen because of its Guru (heavy) and Vrushya (aphrodisiac) properties.

Jaifal (Netmeg)

Jaiphal or Nutmeg powder is a very popular spice which renders a warm, nutty flavour and blends well with other food ingredients, thus making it a common element in Laddu’s and savoury dishes alike. Besides these, the powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of nutmeg powder are beneficial in reducing the risk of chronic disease and improves overall health.


Javitri or Mace spice is a crimson red colored thread like material that envelops the nutmeg. It is spicy in taste. It contains exceptionally high amount of minerals, copper and iron; providing 274% and 174% of the daily requirements of these minerals per 100gm. With several vitamins like vitamin A, C, B1, B2 and minerals like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese and zinc also present in good amounts. Mace spice offers a large number of benefits, and one of them is keeping the digestive system healthy. It will successfully relieve bloating, constipation and gas related problems. Not just that, mace spice is good for regulating bowel movements. Use mace spice to cure nausea, and to treat diarrhea and flatulence.

Saunth (Dry Ginger) Powder

Most herbal medicines that you’ll find in the market will have a hint of ginger powder in it. For centuries, Ayurveda has used ginger root for everything – from treating digestive issues to headaches, but recently scientists have been able to recognize its clinical and medicinal properties. Dry ginger powder is widely used in the kitchen to add flavor and aroma. Ginger powder has various benefits, it has anti-inflammatory properties that help improve digestion. It is an exceptional natural medicine used for treating common cold. It has anti-bacterial properties too that help prevent any infections in the body.

Desi Ghee

One of Ayurveda’s most treasured foods, ghee has incredible healing properties. Pure desi ghee, is ghee made of cow’s milk. It contains plenty of omega-3 fatty acids along with Vitamin A.
Desi ghee is made by using bilona method as mentioned in Ayurveda. Under this elaborate process, milk is boiled and cooled. It is then added with half a spoon of curd and kept overnight under room temperature to form into curd. The curd is then churned into buttermilk and butter that floats on the pot is collected into a thick bottomed vessel. It is then boiled on low flame and the water gets evaporated, leaving aromatic ghee behind.