Natural Remedies For Body | Home Remedies for Mind Relaxation

Mar 03, 2019

Ayurveda is the world’s oldest healing science comprising of thousands of herbs. These herbs have been an integral part of India’s traditional healing since ages and are used to treat internal imbalance of the human mind and body. These herbs have magical benefits when taken according to your BMI, current health, and season.

“Nature is a better Healer than a Doctor.”

Let’s find out more about some Magical Ayurvedic Herbs and their Benefits on the Mind and the Body:-

1. ASHWAGANDHA

Ashwagandha is becoming an extremely popular herb in the world due to its exceptional ability to treat anxiety and depression. It is an anti-anxiety and anti-depressant herb. This herb is beneficial for people suffering from stress or those loaded with too much work. It minimizes the levels of a stress hormone called Cortisol and further reduces inflammation levels in the body.

It magically works on intellectual and cognitive development, increases muscle strength, restores energy levels, helps in better sleep and anti-aging of skin. It rejuvenates and refreshes your mind and gives you a calming effect.

You can incorporate Ashwagandha in your diet in the form of powder or capsule with warm milk or water.

2. TURMERIC

Turmeric is a herb with various superpowers. It has become so popular worldwide due to its medicinal and beauty properties. Turmeric contains Curcumin which is according to different research is highly beneficial for human health.

This Ayurvedic herb is high in antioxidant, prevents inflammation, and perfect remedy of acne-prone skin. It is known to purify blood and cleanse liver which brings circulation and nutrition to the surface. It balances three ‘doshas’- vatta, pitta, and kapha in your body.

Incorporate turmeric in your daily diet by adding it while cooking veggies, adding it to warm milk or by merely popping a capsule. It can also be used externally on the skin in the form of a paste.

3. BRAHMI

Brahmi is also known as a brain tonic. In Ayurveda, Brahmi is used extensively to treat ailments like epilepsy and anxiety, dysfunction of the brain and revive the nervous system.

This ayurvedic herb removes blockages and toxins from the nervous system of the human body. It improves memory and concentration power and is known to enhance intelligence. It helps with depression and rejuvenates mind and body. Brahmi also happens to be great for hair loss, that is the reason most of the medicated herbal hair oils contains Brahmi as the vital ingredient which passes slowly into the brain cells through the crown chakra.

Take Brahmi in the form of tea leaves, powder or capsule with warm milk or water.

4. TRIPHALA

It is an ancient ayurvedic herb which is not exactly one herb but a combination of three Indian herbs: haritaki, bahera, and amla. That is the reason it is called Triphala, which is a Sanskrit word, ‘tri’, which means three and ‘phala' which means fruit. This classic combination of herbs is in Ayurveda for thousands of years.


Triphala is used as traditional Ayurvedic medicine to treat constipation and inflammation.  It contains many antioxidants, and the right amount of vitamin C. various studies have shown that incorporating Triphala in your diet reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and premature aging. It also aids in weight loss and can be used as a natural laxative too.

Incorporate Triphala in your diet in the form of powder, tablets or capsules with warm water or warm milk.

5. HOLY BASIL

Holy Basil is popularly known as Tulsi in India and considered as sacred. This herb can be found in many Indian houses and temples. When this plant is kept indoors, it can protect one from cough, cold and viral infections.
It’s a traditional Indian remedy for common cold, flu and other respiratory ailments like asthma. It has anti-toxic properties which protect against seasonal allergies and also combat stress and anxiety.
This herb can be incorporated in your diet by consuming raw leaves or boiled in water in the form of tea.

6. NEEM

Neem is a wonderful medicinal herb that has been a part of Ayurveda since 5000 years. It flushes out toxins from the body and acts as a natural cleanser for various skin eruptions. It is a powerful blood purifier and detoxifier; which is why it is used extensively in skin ailments like acne, blemishes, skin allergies, dandruff, ringworms, etc. 

Neem stick is useful for brushing teeth, which prevent against cavities. Its leaves can be used both internally and externally for hair and skin related problems.

You can incorporate neem in your diet in the form of chewing raw leaves, powder, paste or capsules. The paste can also be applied to the skin directly.

7. MORINGA

Moringa has recently gained popularity and known as a new superfood because of its high nutrition, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory profile.

It contains the right amount of vitamin B6, vitamin C, iron and protein.

According to a study, it has a higher amount of antioxidants which fight against free radicals in the body and thus keeps the body healthy. It also supports brain health and cognitive function. It helps to reduce diabetes and is heart-friendly thus leading to lower cholesterol levels in the human body.
It can be incorporated in your diet by chewing raw leaves, or in the form of powder and capsules.

8. AMLA

Amla is also known as Indian gooseberry and is the most prominent herb in the history of Ayurveda which is known for its extraordinary properties of revitalizing and rejuvenation effect on the human body. It is high in vitamin C and antioxidant.

It treats a weak immune system, anaemia, increases HDL, reduces LDL and cholesterol, protects kidneys, reduces stress, treats constipation, prevents premature grey hair and increases hair growth.

You can include amla in your daily diet in the form of raw, cooked, powder, paste or capsules. Have it with warm water or warm milk. It can also be used externally on hair and skin in the form of a paste. 

9. LIQUORICE

Liquorice is also known as Licorice and mulethi in Hindi and known for its various benefits. It is used in many Ayurvedic medicines. It treats ailments related to data and pitta dosha imbalances. Liquorice is sweet and is a rejuvenating herb, which recharges your body, and has a calming effect on mind and body.
Consuming liquorice gives a soothing effect on digestion related problems like food poisoning, constipation, stomach ulcers, heartburn; Cleanses respiratory system and relieve stress by suppressing cortisol. According to some studies it can aid the treatment of some cancers too.

It's consumption in the form of liquid extract, powder, pills, and tea.

All the above herbs have traditional medicinal properties with numerous health benefits. Incorporating these in your diet may improve your health and quality of life.


Connect with Amayaan professionals and know more about which herbs would suit your body and refresh your mind.

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