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Herbs – Reviving Traditional Wisdom

In a world where modern medicine often dominates healthcare practices, the traditional use of herbs for healing and wellness is often overlooked. However, for DEEKSHA, herbs represent not only a valuable healthcare option but also a way of life deeply rooted in the principles of environmental conservation and community empowerment. Through its initiative, DEEKSHA is committed to preserving and promoting the use of medicinal plants and herbs for their therapeutic benefits while also fostering sustainable practices that support ecological balance and community well-being.

Herbal plants have always played a significant role in our Indian tradition wherein many Herbal plants are considered sacred and are even worshipped. It is common to see a Tulsi plant in every household, Neem being used for many remedial cures and a coconut being used in many auspicious ceremonies. Many herbs are used to treat various kinds of ailments, be it Tulsi, Mint, Ashwaganda or Aloe Vera.

Concern for health and wellbeing of mankind has further intensified interest in the greater use of herbal/medicinal plants. It is common knowledge now that the wide ranging benefits of herbal/medicinal plants are being increasingly recognized, understood and appreciated the World over. In fact, we all should know the importance of the herbs available around us. We must always remember that understanding of herbs is just one of the many types of wisdom that our ancestors had and it should be our endeavour to keep the interest about herbs alive in our future generations.

What is a herb? Well, a herb is a plant that is known and revered for flavour and its medicinal qualities other than its food value. In India, herbs are used in cooking, as medicines and for spiritual purposes.

"If one consults enough herbals...every sickness known to humanity will be listed as being cured by sage"

DEEKSHA recognizes the rich heritage of traditional healing systems that have relied on the use of medicinal herbs for centuries. By promoting the use of herbs, DEEKSHA aims to preserve and revitalize this traditional knowledge. Herbs offer a natural and holistic approach to health and wellness, addressing a wide range of physical, emotional, and spiritual ailments. DEEKSHA promotes the use of herbs as a way to achieve greater well-being, emphasizing their therapeutic properties and their ability to support the body’s innate healing processes.

Embracing herbs as a way of life aligns with DEEKSHA’s broader mission of promoting sustainable living practices that are in harmony with the natural world. By incorporating herbs into daily life, individuals can reduce their reliance on synthetic medications and chemical-based products, thereby minimizing their environmental impact and promoting a more sustainable lifestyle.

Herbs represent more than just a healthcare option for DEEKSHA – they embody a way of life deeply connected to principles of environmental sustainability, community empowerment, and holistic well-being.

Having realized the immesnse value of herbs for cooking, flavour, medicinal and spritual uses in our system of life, DEEKSHA has initiated a programme to revive the legacy of Herbal/medicinal plants and herbs that have been a part of our Indian tradition since ages. Since past many years, we have been:

As a result of our endeavours, many Corporate/Government Offices, Educational Institutions, Individuals and Residential Colonies/Societies have joined hands with us in order to make this thought of reviving the legacy of herbalism a reality. Over the past many years we have supplied good quality, organically grown and well nurtured herbal plants to individuals and various institutions. Besides supplying potted herbal plants to individuals/corporates, we have also developed over 450 herbal gardens to date.  

We have finally started to notice that there is real curative value in local herbs and remedies. In fact, we are also becoming aware that there are little or no side effects to most natural remedies, and that they are often more effective than Western medicine

If you would like to buy herbal plants/potted herbal plants for your home/office/institution or want to develop a herbal garden at your institution, please contact us by filling and submitting the form given below.

Gift Herbal Plants

It would be far more beneficial for organisations, both corporate and government, to gift their employee’s potted herbal plants instead of sweets/chocolates on occasions because when you gift herbal plants – you gift life to your priceless employees/colleagues. If you agree, please contact us by filling and submitting the form given below.

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     A few of the herbal plants are listed below along with their uses for your reference
    # Scientific Name Common Name Medicinal Values Part(s) Used
    1 Abrus Precatorius Ratti Swellings, Purgative, Emetic, Aphrodiasic Leaves, Seeds
    2 Acorus Calamus Vach CNS Stimulant, Carminative, Tonic Rhizome
    3 Withania Somnifera Ashgandh General Weakness, Diuretic, Antibiotic, Antibacterial Roots, Leaves
    4 Adhatoda Vasica Vasaka Expectorant, Bronchitis Leaves
    5 Aloe Vera Ghrit Kumari Purgative, Cosmetics Leaves
    6 Alpinia Galanga Barakulanjan Rheumatism, Stomach Disorders Rhizome
    7 Althea Officinalis Gulkhera Demulcent, Emollient Roots
    8 Ammi Majus Atri Lal Leucoderma Fruits
    9 Andrographis, Paniculata Kalmegh Tonic, Fever, Worms, Dysentery Stem, Leaves, Inflorescence
    10 Anethum Graveolens Soya Condiment, Carminative Fruits
    11 Artimesia Anua Sweet Worm Wood Malaria, Fevers Aerial Part
    12 Asparagus, Racemosus Shatawari Demulcent, Diuretic, Aphrodisiac Roots
    13 Asparagus, Adscendens Safed Musli Demulcent, Diarrhoea Roots
    14 Bacopa Monniera Brahmi Diuretic, Nerve Tonic, Cardiotonic, Insanity Whole Plant
    15 Balanitis Roxburghii Hingot Steriod Harmones, Oral Contraceptives Seeds, Oil
    16 Barleria, Prionites Kala Bansa Diaphoretic, Diuretic, Febrifuge Bark Juice, Leaves, Roots
    17 Caesalpinia, Bonducella Karanjwa Tonic, Antipyretic Seeds
    18 Cannabis Sativa Bhang Sedative, Anti-Spasmodic, Analgestic, Stomachic Leaves, Flowers
    19 Carissa Carandas Karaunda Pickles, Jams Fruits
    20 Catharanthus Roseus Sada Bahar Anti Cancer Activities Roots, Leaves
    21 Cassia Angustifloia Senna Laxative, Cathartic, Purgative Leaves,Fruits
    22 Centella Asiatica Mandukaparni Diuretic, Tonic, CNS 8 Skin Diseases Whole Plant
    23 Cichoriurn Intybus Kasni Fever, Vomiting, Diarrhoea, Spleen Enlargement, Stomachic, Diuretic Roots
    24 Cissus, Quadrangularis Hadjor Joining Of Fractured Bone Stem
    25 Clerodendron Phlomidis Arni Gunela Worms, Gonorrhea, Demulcent, Nervous Disorders Leaves, Roots, Root Bark
    26 Clerodendrun Viscosum Ushna Tumors, Skin Disease, Hernia, Fever, Malaria Leaves, Roots
    27 Clitorea Ternatea Shankpushpi Purgative, Cathartic, Diuretic Seeds, Roots
    28 Coleus Froskohlii Patharchur Hypertension, Asth ma, Vasodla lation, Cardiac Problems Tubers
    29 Cymbopogon Citratus Lemon Grass Cold, Cosmetics Leaf Oil
    30 Datura Stramonium Datura Expectorant, Demulcent, Asthma, CNS Stimulant Leaves, Seeds
    31 Dioscorea Bulbifera Zimikand Asthama, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia, Piles, Tumours Diosgenin Bulbs
    32 Dioscorea Floribunda Ratalu Steroid Hormone Dlosqenln Bulbs
    33 Dracaena Sanderina Lucky Bamboo Antimalarial, Antibacterial, Antifungal Plant Extract
    34 Emblica Officinalis Aonla Diuretic, Carminative, Cooling, Astringent Fruits, Flowers, Bark
    35 Glycirrhiza Glabra Mulheti Tonic, Laxative, Gastric Ulcers Roots
    36 Glycosmis Pentaphylla Ban-Nimbu Fever, Liver Complaints etc. Fruits
    37 Gymnema Sylvestre Gudmar Jaundice Leaves
    38 Jatropa Curcas Jangli Arand Purgative, Biofuel Seeds
    39 Lepidium Sativum Haloon Stimulant, Diuretic, Tonic, Aphrodiasic Leaves, Seeds
    40 Linum Usitatissimum Alsi Gonorrhoea, Nervine & Cardiac Tonic, Diuretic, Emollient Leaves, Flowers, Seeds
    41 Majorana Hortensis Murwa Sprains Of Paralytic Limbs, Carminative, Stimulant Leaves, Flower Heads, Oil
    42 Mentha Arvensis Pudina Carminative, Refrigerant, Stimulant Leaves
    43 Mentha Piperita Vilaiti Pudina Carminative, Vomiting, Headache, Rheumatic Pains, Cough Drops Leaves
    44 Mentha Aquatica Tivra Headache, Cholera Volatile Oil
    45 Matricaria Chamomilla Babuna Tonic, Gastric Stimulant Seeds
    46 Moringa Oleifera Sonjna Gout, Acute Rheumatism Seed Oil
    47 Neriurn Indicum Kaner Ringworm, Cardiac Stimulant Roots, Dried Leaves
    48 Nyctanthes Arbortristis Harsinghar Laxative, Diuretic, Cholagouge, Fevers, Expectorant Leaves, Seeds
    49 Ocimum Sanctum Tulsi Bronchitis, Asthma, Cold, Digestion, Urinary Complaints Leaves, Seeds
    50 Ocimum Basilicum Bantulsi Dysentery, Chronic Diarrhoea Leaves
    51 Plantago Major Lahuriya Inflammation Of GIT & GUT Seeds
    52 Plantago Ovata Isabagol Dysentely, Digestive Disorders Seeds
    53 Pluchea Lanceolata Rasna Cooling Effect Aerial Part
    54 Plumbago Zeylanica Chitrak Appetizer ,Skin Diseases, Diarrhoea, Scabies, CNS Stimulant Roots, Milky Juice
    55 Polianthes Tuberosa Rajnigandha Diuretic Emetic, Gonorrhoea Bulbs
    56 Psorelia Corylifolia Babchi Leucoderma, Leprosy Skin Diseases Seeds (Resin)
    57 Rauwolfia Serpentina Sarpgandha Insanity, Insomnia, Schizophrenia, CNS Disorders Roots
    58 Rauwolfia Canescens Barachandrika Chronic Skin Infections Bark
    59 Rourea Minor Vidhara Diabetes, Rheumatism Roots
    60 Ruta Graveolens Sadab Anthelmintic, Antispasmodic Oil
    61 Santalurn Album Chandan Cooling, Diaphoretic, Diuretic, Expectorant, Fevers Roots, Wood
    62 Saraca Indica Ashok Astringent, Antipyretic Stern Bark
    63 Sarcostemma Acidum Somlata Insect Repellent Stem
    64 Silybum Marianum Milk Thisle Anti Diabetic Flowers
    65 Solanum Nigrum Makio Liver Ailments, Dropsy Leaves, Fruits
    66 Tamarix Aphylla Farash - -
    67 Tecoma Stans Pila Kaner Diuretic, Vermifuge, Tonic Roots
    68 Tinospora Cordifolia Giloe Dysentery, Joints Pain, Arthiltis Dried Stem
    69 Tylophora Indica Antamul Fevers, Rheumatic Arthritis Leaves
    70 Urginea Indica Jangli Pyaz Expectorant, Stimulant, Cardio Tonic, Bronchitis, Epidermal Carcinoma, Asthma Bulbs
    71 Viola Serpens Banafsa Swellings Root Paste
    72 Vetiveria Zizanioides Khas Swellings Root Paste
    Note: The list above is only indicative and not exhaustive.