Our nation's rich culinary heritage has enabled us to enjoy a variety of fruits and vegetables and reap their numerous health benefits. Drumstick, or moringa oleifera, is one such amazing vegetable that is highly valued and captures our attention. The word "moringa" comes from the Tamil word "murungai," which means twisted pod.
The drumstick tree, also known as Moringa oleifera, is a tropical tree that resists drought. Flowers, pods, and leaves are just some of the parts of the tree that are valuable. Drumsticks are an essential component of traditional medicines because both the pods and the leaves are useful for treating a variety of illnesses.
Tulsi, also referred to as holy basil or Indian basil, is frequently referred to as the "Queen of Herbs" in India. It is grown in almost every Hindu household and is regarded as a holy herb. Tulsi is revered as both a holy plant and a powerful healer.
Ayurvedic medicines are frequently made with Tulsi leaves. The Tulsi extracts may be useful for treating a wide range of conditions, including the common cold, heart conditions, headaches, stomach problems, kidney stones, and many others. The Tulsi plant also offers defense against flies, insects, and mosquitoes.
Mints have opposite aromatic square stems and leaves. Many are aggressive in gardens and can spread vegetatively by stolons. The tiny flowers are typically light purple, pink, or white in color and are grouped to form whorls or terminal spikes.
Mint leaves are renowned for being a fantastic appetizer. Encouraging digestive enzymes, it supports the digestive system. Mint oil has antiseptic and antibacterial properties that help to treat stomach infections, indigestion, and other conditions. Because methanol is present, it has anti-spasmodic properties.
Saponin, a safe and reliable surfactant, is present in soap nuts. A substance known as a surfactant lowers the surface tension of liquids, causing the liquid to spread out and allowing for easy water flow and the dispersal of dirt, oil, and grime.
The saponifying agent that Sapindus mukorossi nuts produce in significant quantities is used, among other things, in laundry detergent, dish and hand soap, shampoo and body wash, pet cleaning wash, and insect repellent.
Avaram Senna (Cassia auriculata), a widely used plant in Indian traditional medicine, is a common tree in Asia. The tree flourishes in the vicinity of river beds and grows wildly. The Tanner's cassia, also known as the Avaram Senna flower, is a vibrant yellow flower. There are numerous therapeutic advantages to dried flowers and buds. The Avaram Senna flower is used in Ayurveda to treat diabetes.
The miracle flower extends human life. The Avaram Senna flower is a popular natural treatment for body odor and skin conditions. It is also used to treat liver disease, conjunctivitis, rheumatoid arthritis, fever, urinary tract issues, and pain.
The curry leaf, or Murraya koenigii, is a small tropical to subtropical tree or shrub that typically reaches heights of 6 to 15 feet. It is famous for its flavorful, aromatic curry leaves, which are a key component of Indian and Asian cuisine. This tree is indigenous to wet forests in Sri Lanka and India.
Antioxidants found in curry leaves may shield your body by lowering oxidative stress and scavenging free radicals. Curry leaves may have mild laxative effects and digestive enzymes that can improve bowel movement and aid digestion, according to Ayurveda.
Neem trees are attractive broad-leaved evergreens that can reach heights of 30 m and girths of 2.5 m. Their spreading branches form rounded crowns up to 20 m in diameter. Except in extreme drought, when the leaves may fall off, they remain in the leaf.
The medicinal properties of neem leaf have been described in detail. Immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, antihyperglycemic, antiulcer, antimalarial, antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant, antimutagenic, and anticarcinogenic properties have been demonstrated for neem leaf and its constituents.
The foundation of Karadi Organic’s growth has been caring, health, and ecology. We are dedicated to collaborating with numerous certified farmers who do not advocate the use of pesticides or genetically modified seeds in the production of their produce. We strive to provide our clients with a nutritious meal free of chemicals.