Jumbu seeds in regulating endocrine levels…

Jambolin & Jambosin help in controlling the release of sugar into systemic circulation and reduce insulin resistance.

It should be consumed regularly before meals. It is an astringent, anti-diuretic and hypoglycemic thus it becomes a choicest antidiabetic intervention.

Indian blackberry is nutritious, refreshing in hot summers. It is a rich source of proteins, vitamins, antioxidants, flavonoids and number of micronutrients.

Note of caution: Those who are on antidiabetic medicine should be careful while taking Jumbu of possible hypoglycemia.

How to take:

Dr. Palep’s House of Health Jumbu seed capsules

One capsule twice daily

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How does Methi seed burn stubborn belly fat?

Fenugreek gives stomach a sense of fullness (satiation). It’s a natural and miracle weight reduction agent.

Galactomannan (polysaccharide) is a soluble fiber that slows down glucose absorption, it also lowers serum cholesterol, reduces cardiac stress and metabolic syndrome.

It has amazing effects on skin and hair.

It also improves the quality and quantity of breast milk during lactation.

How to take:

Dr. Palep’s House of health Methi capsules

One capsule twice daily

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Benefits of this miracle tree… Moringa.

They commonly go by the name of “Drumstick Tree” or “Horseradish Tree”. This tree is native to a fairly large portion of North India.
Moringa Olifera proudly boasts its various health benefits since it has been around and used for thousands of years.

India’s ancient tradition of ayurvedic medicine sites 300 diseases that are treated with the leaves of the Moringa tree. The Sanskrit word for Moringa is saubhajnana which means ‘knowledge of the heavens’. Moringa has been used for thousands of years and is very well known in other parts of the world. Health organizations have been promoting Moringa for mal nutrition in many countries for many years. It is widely used for nursing and pregnant women to give them more nutrition, as well as their babies. Children are also given Moringa to improve their chances of surviving the early fragile years of life.

It is rich in healthy antioxidants and many bioactive plant compounds. This plant is still being researched by scientists for its other uses.
Almost all parts of this plant are used especially the leaves and pods, which are also often added in Indian delicacies.

This newly emerging superfood is packed with proteins and nutrients like vitamins A, C and E. It is rich in minerals essential for our bones such as calcium and phosphorous.

Its leaves, seeds and flowers contain a variety of antioxidants like flavonoids, polyphenols and ascorbic acid which help in fighting free radicals that cause oxidative stress, cell damage and inflammation. And thereby prevent the risk of chronic diseases like Type-2 Diabetes, respiratory disorders, cardiovascular disorders, arthritis and obesity.

Moringa leaves powder has strong antioxidant properties that have been utilized for the treatment of diseases such as Alzheimer’s and is used to improve brain health and cognitive functions.

It reduces liver damage and fibrosis and reverses the oxidation which helps in restoring the normal health of the liver.

It has antimicrobial and antibacterial properties that are effective against types of fungi that cause skin problems and bacteria that cause UTI and digestive issues.
All these studies show and prove that a healthy dose of Moringa if incorporated in one’s daily diet leads to a healthier life free from several health issues, making the individual stress free and stronger.

How to take:

Dr. Palep’s House of health Moringa leaf capsules

One capsule twice daily

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Health and beauty benefits of Neem.

Neem (Azadirachta Indica) in sanskrit is also known as ‘Nimba’ which means ‘bestower of good health’. This tree had been kept a secret by India for years together due to its various properties and uses and through the history of neem tree it has had many fascinating aspects for the people of India and now all over the world.

Not knowing its full potential, people used this tree for a general purpose of using it as shade, to cool down, and for the safety it provided from bugs and insects due to its natural repellant action. As time passed and the awareness about this tree increased people of India started using every part of this sacred tree-the seeds, leaves, flowers , fruits , oils , bark and roots.

Neem was used for many home remedies used to treat a hundred problems from small scratches, skin rashes to fever, malaria and diabetes.

Due to its varied application and versatility it served as a boon for the pharmaceutical world.

It opened doors to new research and development to treat various diseases with a more natural, organic and healthy approach, hence, acting as a gift to the traditional and modern medicine systems.

The neem plant used to be planted in the vicinity of every house because it kept the houses free from virus, germs and insects; it was used by the ladies of the house for its invaluable source of health, beauty and hygiene. A bath with the decoction of neem leaves left their skin looking glowing, supple and beautiful, the neem leaves were applied on the face to make it younger, radiant and acne free due to its anti-ageing effects and antiseptic properties.

Men used its roots, barks and leaves as fertilizers for their crops and as medicinal potions for their livestock and cattle.

Neem oil was believed to prevent balding and greying hair and it was regularly used to prevent lice and dandruff.

NIMBA, the great medicine for the cure of pitta.

All these practices and uses have been validated by the modern science. And today it is incorporated in various drugs due to its antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-septic properties.

Neem leaf is used to treat leprosy, eye disorders, bloody nose, intestinal worms, upset stomach and loss of appetite, skin ulcers, cardio vascular diseases, gingivitis and liver problems.

Neem oil is widely used in the cosmetic industry for the manufacturing of various products for making the skin better and supple.

Neem oil along with other essential oils like peppermint oil, eucalyptus oil is used to give a soothing, calming effect.

Neem tea made with its leaves is had to improve digestion and lower blood sugar.

The neem plant all in all is a very useful tree in several ways and its use has increased in today’s world due to increasing demand of natural product and back to the roots treatment wanted by the majority.

In today’s world the exposure to pathogens and health hazards has increased to prevent any health issues or disease neem should be incorporated in one’s daily life in any small way and it should be used in the formulation of drugs and dosage forms since it has no toxic effect of animals and humans.

How to take:

Dr. Palep’s House of Health Neem capsules

One capsule twice daily

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Why is turmeric considered a winter miracle?

Native to the Indian subcontinent and parts of Southeast Asia this plant has been used by Asia for thousands of years. Turmeric or Curcuma longa is a major part of Ayurveda, traditional medicine, Unani etc.

Turmeric is a rhizome which is bright orange or yellow in colour and has an earthy taste.

It has been extensively used not only in the kitchen but also as a household fix to various health issues. It has been a part of sacred Hindu texts suggesting that it was used even my Lord Rama, for various reasons and the very famous “Haldi ceremony”.

In India Turmeric is an integral ingredient in most of the Vedic rituals. It is an essential ingredient in many medicines prepared under the Indian systems of medicines such as Ayurveda, Siddha and also many ethnic and folk medicinal practices. In many communities Turmeric has always been part of rituals and ceremonies related to fertility and wellbeing for human beings and nature. Many Indian traditions believe that Turmeric is a “divine plant” given to human beings by Gods.

In the great Ayurvedic medical text books such as Charaka Samhita, Susrutha Samhita, Vaagbhata Samhita and Haritha Samhithas Turmeric is recommended in a number of medical preparations. Though, Turmeric has been used as a favorite antibiotic and de toxic agent to cure burns, cuts and to eliminate foreign substances from the body, it is highly recommended to use it in the cooking for daily intake as a disease prevention measure, for adding color and taste to the food. A daily intake of food with turmeric is something almost every Indian tradition recommends to control for the prevention of many body disorders and diseases. 

It has an incredible list of benefits and healing properties antioxidant, anti-viral, anti- fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-carcinogenic etc. because of its main constituent known as “cur cumin” chemically containing diaryl heptanoids.

Turmeric shows anti-inflammatory actions and is hence used to treat mild joint pains, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Raw turmeric is consumed by people suffering from a digestive problem and it is applied on wounds to aid in the healing process because of its anti-septic and anti-bacterial properties.

The lipopolysaccharide component of turmeric helps in boosting immunity and hence was added to milk consumed by children and adults.

Studies and ongoing research shows us that turmeric has anti-cancer properties and can be used to cure this fatal problem.

Incorporating turmeric in ones every day diet in food as well as dairy items, shows overall health benefits by improving body functions and preventing diseases and ill health.

How to take:

Dr. Palep’s House of Health Turmeric capsules

One capsule twice daily

Blog credit: Miss. Bhairavi Palep