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  1. DNP Jasmine Agarbatti

    DNP Jasmine Agarbatti

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  2. Ved Aloe Vera Gel 100 gm

    Ved Aloe Vera Gel 100 gm

    Aloevera Gel is best useful in rejuvenating, nourishing, beautifying and glorifying skin, helps in retaining healthy skin. Learn More
  3. Organic Aloe Vera Juice

    Ved Organic Aloe Vera Juice

    Aloe Vera is the shining star of the Herbal World, having received more attention by western research than any other herb in recent years. Today, numerous studies are underway to confirm the claims made for centuries about the positive effects of this herb. Conditions for which clinical trials of Aloe vera have been conducted include skin conditions, management of burn and wound healing, constipation, DM, and gastrointestinal disorders. Aloe Vera - a perennial succulent xerophyte with elongated and pointed leaves joined at the stem in a rosette pattern growing to about 30–50 cm in length and 10 cm in breadth at the base in the adult plant. This shining star of the Herbal World has received more attention by western research than any other herb in recent years. Numerous studies have been conducting and further research continues all over the world to confirm the claims being made for centuries about the positive effects of this herb. Ancient science touts its benefits for everything from hair loss to hemorrhoids. Conditions for which clinical trials of Aloe vera have been conducted include skin conditions, management of burn and wound healing, constipation, DM, and gastrointestinal disorders. Aloe Vera is one of over 420 varieties belonging to the genus Aloe which in turn belongs to the families: Asphodelaceae, Liliaceae, or Aloaceae. Aloe Vera grows best in warmer conditions and is said to have it’s origins from Sudan. As with most herbs, Aloe Vera also boasts a long history for its use in ancient medicinal practices. In 1820 the U.S pharmacopoeia listed Aloe Vera as a purgative and skin protectant and it was clinically used in the 1930s for the treatment of radiotherapy burns to the skin and mucous membranes. The complexity and richness of the plant is evident based on the over 75 potentially active classes such as vitamins, minerals, saccharides, amino acids, anthraquinones, enzymes, lignin, saponins, and salicylic acids. Learn More
  4. Organic Amla 1 L

    Ved Organic Amla Juice

    The simple fact that ONE fruit of Amla (Indian Gooseberry) which is only 1 inch in diameter packs the same antiscorbutic value as two oranges and is the second richest natural source of anti-oxidant Vitamin C is reason enough to draw curiosity! Amla or Indian Gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica/Emblica officinalis) is best recognized for its richness of Vitamin C. Another anti-oxidant found in gooseberry juice is superoxide dismutase. SOD (superoxide dismutase) is an important enzyme that many people are often deficient in. This enzyme is important in ridding the body of free radicals. Amla grows on a deciduous tree of the Phyllanthaceae family. Amla fruit is nearly spherical, light greenish yellow, smooth and hard on appearance, with six vertical stripes or furrows. Amla taste is best described as sour, bitter and astringent. While research conducted on Amla is not nearly as extensive as that for Aloe Vera, it’s beneficial characteristics are getting increased attention with time. Preliminary research has been conducted, demonstrating in vitro antiviral and antimicrobial properties. One recent animal study reported that treatment with E. officinalis reduced severity of acute pancreatitis (induced by L-arginine in rats). It also promoted the spontaneous repair and regeneration process of the pancreas occurring after an acute attack. According to Ayurveda, Amla is purported to deliver a cooling effect on the body. Not surprisingly Amla is a common main component of numerous Ayurvedic preparations such as Chyawanprash. Learn More
  5. Organic Jamun Juice

    Ved Organic Jamun Juice

    Jamun or Jambul (Syzygium cumini), is a berry like fruit grown on an evergreen tropical tree from the flowering plant family Myrtaceae. Jamun is mot famously known for it’s use in the Indian system of Ayurveda for benefits among diabetics. Jamun - also known as Jambhul/jambu/jambula/jamboola, Java plum, jamun, jaam/kalojaam, jamblang, jambolan, black plum, Damson plum, Duhat plum, Jambolan plum, or Portuguese plum, is half an inch to two inches - 1.25 to 5 cm in length. When tender the fruit is usually green or light magenta in color, as it ripens slowly it becomes dark purple or completely black in coloration. Each fruit is characterized by a smooth and thin skin, which is glossy and has an adherent surface. The fruit has an inner purple or white, very juicy pulp. Each fruit normally encloses a single, oblong shaped, green or brown colored seed that can be about one and a half inches - four cm long. Fruits from some varieties are seedless, while most varieties bear fruits with two to five seeds tightly compressed inside the leathery coat. The taste of the fruit ranges from acidic to somewhat sweet; the fruits tend to have an astringent effect and can therefore be unpalatable due to this property. The jambul has been included among a number of herbal medicines found in different parts of the world, such as the bilberry which all have the unique ability to lower elevated blood sugar levels in the body especially in diabetics and hyperglycemic individuals. Herbalist typically recommend remedies made from the jambul to counteract the deleterious effects of long term diabetes, in this common disease, the islet cells in the pancreas do not produce enough insulin - this enzyme helps glucose enter cells and is thus responsible for the regulation and control of glucose levels in the body. In middle age, many people in the modern world become susceptible to type II diabetes, this lifestyle disease is increasingly prevalent throughout much of the world as lifestyles and dietary habits change. Herbal treatment with jambul remedy is effective during the early and mild stages of the disease, when it is also accompanied by a strict dietary regimen by the affected person. The potent astringent effect of the jambul herbal remedy is useful in the treatment of persistent diarrhea and chronic bouts of dysentery in affected patients. The traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine, uses a combination formula made from the jambul and mango seeds ground into a powder - these two digestive disorders are treated using this remedy. The strong carminative properties of the jambul remedy are also a very effective treatment for dealing with the symptoms of indigestion and other digestive complaints such as excessive gas. Remedies made from the jambul help soothe chronic stomachache and ease abdominal cramps and aid in dispersing excess gas in the abdomen. Jambul contains: phenols (methylxanthoxylin), tannins, alkaloid (jambosine), triterpenoids, volatile oil. Learn More
  6. Organic Karela Juice

    Ved Organic Karela Juice

    Karela juice is an extract of pure Karela or Bitter Gourd or Bitter Melon. Bitter gourd is popular for its ability to regulate blood sugar levels. Scientifically, Bitter gourd reduces the amount of glucose that is released into the blood by inhibiting the enzymes that break down disaccharides to two monosaccharides (e.g. glucose) Bitter Melon has a distinct warty exterior and an oblong shape. It is hollow in cross-section, with a relatively thin layer of flesh surrounding a central seed cavity filled with large, flat seeds and pith. The fruit is most often consumed while it bears it’s green color. At this stage, the fruit's flesh is crunchy and watery in texture. The skin is tender and edible. Seeds and pith appear white in unripe fruits; they are not intensely bitter and can be removed before cooking. Bitter Melon contains several biologically active compounds, chiefly momordicin I and momordicin II, and cucurbitacin B.The plants contains also several bioactive glycosides (including momordin, charantin, charantosides, goyaglycosides, momordicosides) and other terpenoid compounds (including momordicin-28, momordicinin, momordicilin, momordenol, and momordol). It also contains cytotoxic (ribosome-inactivating) proteins such as momorcharin and momordin. Learn More
  7. Organic Neem juice

    Ved Organic Neem Juice

    Just what your body deserves. Here’s to Health! Neem is an evergreen tree, native to India and Pakistan. It grows in tropical and semi tropical regions. The tree reaches a height of 50 to 70 feet. The flowers are small and white with a sweet smell while the fruit is yellow to greenish yellow in colour and elliptical to almost round in shape having a single seed. The tree lives for over 200 years. Neem is being used extensively in traditional Indian medicine and Ayurveda since almost 5000 years. Reference to the healing qualities and uses of Neem are found in ancient Unani texts and ancient Sanskrit Puranas, some of which have been written as far back as the 4th A.D. The neem leaves contain Quercetin which is a flavonoid, Beta-sitosterol, a steroid and various liminoids like nimbin and its derivatives. Quercetin is an anti bacterial and anti fungal. Learn More
  8. Organic Noni Juice

    Ved Organic Noni Juice

    Noni also known as Morinda citrifolia, and commonly known as great morinda, Indian mulberry and host of other names is a fruit from a tree in the coffee family -Rubiaceae. The fruit is a multiple fruit that has a pungent odor when ripe. M. citrifolia fruit powder contains carbohydrates and dietary fibre in moderate amounts. These macronutrients evidently reside in the fruit pulp, as M. citrifolia juice has sparse nutrient content. The main micronutrients of M. citrifolia pulp powder include vitamin C, niacin (vitamin B3), iron and potassium. Vitamin A, calcium and sodium are present in moderate amounts. M. citrifolia fruit contains a number of phytochemicals, including lignans, oligo- and polysaccharides, flavonoids, iridoids, fatty acids, scopoletin, catechin, beta-sitosterol, damnacanthal, and alkaloids. Although these substances have been studied for bioactivity, current research is insufficient to conclude anything about their effects on human health. Learn More
  9. Sugar Balance new

    Ved Organic Sugar Balance 1 L

    Sugar Balance Juice is comprised of a unique combination of – Aloe Vera leaves, Karela fruit, Jamun Fruit, Gudmar Juice, Triphala, Amla Fruit, Harad Fruit and Bibhitaki Fruit. The different extracts of Sugar Balance have individually been known to have been used in Ayurveda for their immense value in helping the body regulate sugar levels that are in the healthy range. Learn More
  10. Organic Triphala Juice

    Ved Organic Triphalla Juice

    Triphalla literally means Three (Tri) Fruits (Phalla). As such Triphalla is a combination of the three fruits: Amalaki (Phyllanthus emblica), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica), and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula). Due to its high nutritional value, Triphala uniquely cleanses and detoxifies at the deepest organic levels without depleting the body's reserves making it one of the most valuable herbal preparations in the world. Triphala combines both nutritional as well as blood and liver cleansing actions. It has little function as a demulcent or lubricating laxative, however. It possesses some anthroquinones that help to stimulate bile flow and peristalsis. The nutritional aspect is in the form of its high vitamin C content, and the presence of linoleic oil and other important nutrients that make it more of a tonic. Many Indians consider Triphalla to be the ‘Mother’ from nature. The reason is that Indian people believe that Triphala is able to care for the internal organs of the body as a mother cares for her children. Each of the three herbal fruits of Triphala takes care of the body by gently promoting internal cleansing of all conditions of stagnation and excess while at the same time it improving digestion and assimilation. The three fruits of Triphala (Harada, Amla and Bihara) each correspond to the "three humours" or "tridosha" of Indian Ayurvedic medicine. According to Ayurvedic theory, the body is composed of three doshas or humours. Vata is sometimes translated as "wind" which corresponds to the mind and nervous system. Its nature is dry, cold, light and activating. The second is pitta which is also translated as "fire" or "bile." It is responsible for all metabolic transformations including the digestion and assimilation of food as well as assimilation and clarity of thought and understanding. The nature of pitta is primarily hot, moist and light. Kapha is sometimes translated as the "water" or "mucus" humour and is responsible for all anabolic or building functions such as the development of muscle and bone tissue. Its nature is cool, moist and heavy. Harada, having a bitter flavor, is associated with the vata humour and with elemenst of well air and space. It treats imbalances and diseases of the vata humour. Harada possesses laxative, astringent, lubricant, antiparasitical, alterative, antispasmodic and nervine properties. It is therefore used to treat acute and chronic constipation, nervousness, anxiety and feelings of physical heaviness. Among Tibetans, Harada is so highly revered for its purifying attributes that it is the small fruit that is depicted in the hands of the "medicine Buddha" in their sacred paintings or tankas. Of the three fruits, Harada is the most laxative and contains anthroquinones similar to those found in rhubarb and cascara. Amla has a sour flavor and corresponds to the pitta humour and the fire element in Ayurvedic medicine. It is a cooling tonic, astringent, mildly laxative, alterative, antipyretic. It is used to treat fire imbalances that include ulcers, inflammation of the stomach nd intestines, constipation, diarrhea, liver congestion, eruptions, infections and burning feelings throughout the body. In various studies, Amla has been shown to have mild anti-bacterial properties, as well as pronounced expectorant, anti-viral and cardiotonic activity. Amla is the highest natural known source of vitamin C, having 20 times the vitamin C content of an orange. The vitamin C in Amla is also uniquely heat stable. Even when subjected to prolonged high heat, as in the making of the Ayurvedic tonic formula called Chyavanprash (Amla, as the primary herb comprises 50% of the formula), it loses hardly any of the vitamin C that was present when it was freshly harvested off the tree. The same is true of Amla that has been dried and kept for up to a year. This age and heat stable form of vitamin C that Amla possesses is due to the presence of certain tannins that bind and inhibit its dissipation. Bihara is astringent, tonic, digestive and anti-spasmodic. Its primary flavor is astringent and the secondary is sweet, bitter and pungent. It targets imbalances associated with the kapha or mucus humour, corresponding to the earth and water elements in Ayurvedic medicine. Specifically Bihara purifies and balances excess mucus, treats asthma, bronchiole conditions, allergies and hiccoughs. Learn More
  11. Organic Tulsi Juice

    Ved Organic Tulsi Juice

    Tulsi is an upright bushy shrub that grows up to 18 inches. It’s hairy stems sprout oval leaves with serrated edges, and depending on the variety, range in color from light green to dark purple. The tulsi plant blooms erect purple or reddish flowers and produces tiny rust-colored fruit. It has a strong, pungent aroma and taste that is similar to other varieties of basil. The Tulsi or Holy tulsi (Osimum sanctum) is an important symbol in many Hindu religious traditions. The name “tulsi” means “the incomparable one”. Tulsi is a venerated plant and devotees worship it in the morning and evening. Tulsi grows wild in the tropics and warm regions. Tulsi has two varieties one Dark Tulsi (Red) and other light (White). The former possesses greater medicinal value and is commonly used for worship. Tulsi has also been recognized by the rishis for thousands of years as a prime herb in Ayurvedic treatment. It has been traditionally used by Hindus, and now others, for its diverse healing properties. Tulsi is regarded as a kind of “elixir of life” and believed to promote longevity. Its aroma is distinctively different to its close cousin, the Thai Basil, which is sometimes wrongly called Holy basil, but they can be distinguished by their aroma and flavour. Holy basil is slightly hairy, whereas Thai Basil is smooth and hairless, also Holy basil does not have the strong aniseed or licorice smell of Thai Basil; Holy Basil has a hot, spicy flavour sometimes compared to cloves. Learn More
  12. Aloe regular

    Ved Reg Aloe Vera 1 L

    Aloe Vera is the shining star of the Herbal World, having received more attention by western research than any other herb in recent years. Today, numerous studies are underway to confirm the claims made for centuries about the positive effects of this herb. Conditions for which clinical trials of Aloe vera have been conducted include skin conditions, management of burn and wound healing, constipation, DM, and gastrointestinal disorders. Aloe Vera - a perennial succulent xerophyte with elongated and pointed leaves joined at the stem in a rosette pattern growing to about 30–50 cm in length and 10 cm in breadth at the base in the adult plant. This shining star of the Herbal World has received more attention by western research than any other herb in recent years. Numerous studies have been conducting and further research continues all over the world to confirm the claims being made for centuries about the positive effects of this herb. Ancient science touts its benefits for everything from hair loss to hemorrhoids. Conditions for which clinical trials of Aloe vera have been conducted include skin conditions, management of burn and wound healing, constipation, DM, and gastrointestinal disorders. Learn More
  13. Ved Reg Amla 1 L

    Ved Reg Amla 1 L

    The simple fact that ONE fruit of Amla (Indian Gooseberry) which is only 1 inch in diameter packs the same antiscorbutic value as two oranges and is the second richest natural source of anti-oxidant Vitamin C is reason enough to draw curiosity! Amla or Indian Gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica/Emblica officinalis) is best recognized for its richness of Vitamin C. Another anti-oxidant found in gooseberry juice is superoxide dismutase. SOD (superoxide dismutase) is an important enzyme that many people are often deficient in. This enzyme is important in ridding the body of free radicals. Amla grows on a deciduous tree of the Phyllanthaceae family. Amla fruit is nearly spherical, light greenish yellow, smooth and hard on appearance, with six vertical stripes or furrows. Amla taste is best described as sour, bitter and astringent. While research conducted on Amla is not nearly as extensive as that for Aloe Vera, it’s beneficial characteristics are getting increased attention with time. Preliminary research has been conducted, demonstrating in vitro antiviral and antimicrobial properties. One recent animal study reported that treatment with E. officinalis reduced severity of acute pancreatitis (induced by L-arginine in rats). It also promoted the spontaneous repair and regeneration process of the pancreas occurring after an acute attack. According to Ayurveda, Amla is purported to deliver a cooling effect on the body. Not surprisingly Amla is a common main component of numerous Ayurvedic preparations such as Chyawanprash. Learn More
  14. Ved Reg Jamun 1 L

    Ved Reg Jamun 1 L

    Jamun or Jambul (Syzygium cumini), is a berry like fruit grown on an evergreen tropical tree from the flowering plant family Myrtaceae. Jamun is mot famously known for it’s use in the Indian system of Ayurveda for benefits among diabetics. Jamun - also known as Jambhul/jambu/jambula/jamboola, Java plum, jamun, jaam/kalojaam, jamblang, jambolan, black plum, Damson plum, Duhat plum, Jambolan plum, or Portuguese plum, is half an inch to two inches - 1.25 to 5 cm in length. When tender the fruit is usually green or light magenta in color, as it ripens slowly it becomes dark purple or completely black in coloration. Each fruit is characterized by a smooth and thin skin, which is glossy and has an adherent surface. The fruit has an inner purple or white, very juicy pulp. Each fruit normally encloses a single, oblong shaped, green or brown colored seed that can be about one and a half inches - four cm long. Fruits from some varieties are seedless, while most varieties bear fruits with two to five seeds tightly compressed inside the leathery coat. The taste of the fruit ranges from acidic to somewhat sweet; the fruits tend to have an astringent effect and can therefore be unpalatable due to this property. The jambul has been included among a number of herbal medicines found in different parts of the world, such as the bilberry which all have the unique ability to lower elevated blood sugar levels in the body especially in diabetics and hyperglycemic individuals. Herbalist typically recommend remedies made from the jambul to counteract the deleterious effects of long term diabetes, in this common disease, the islet cells in the pancreas do not produce enough insulin - this enzyme helps glucose enter cells and is thus responsible for the regulation and control of glucose levels in the body. In middle age, many people in the modern world become susceptible to type II diabetes, this lifestyle disease is increasingly prevalent throughout much of the world as lifestyles and dietary habits change. Herbal treatment with jambul remedy is effective during the early and mild stages of the disease, when it is also accompanied by a strict dietary regimen by the affected person. The potent astringent effect of the jambul herbal remedy is useful in the treatment of persistent diarrhea and chronic bouts of dysentery in affected patients. The traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine, uses a combination formula made from the jambul and mango seeds ground into a powder - these two digestive disorders are treated using this remedy. The strong carminative properties of the jambul remedy are also a very effective treatment for dealing with the symptoms of indigestion and other digestive complaints such as excessive gas. Remedies made from the jambul help soothe chronic stomachache and ease abdominal cramps and aid in dispersing excess gas in the abdomen. Jambul contains: phenols (methylxanthoxylin), tannins, alkaloid (jambosine), triterpenoids, volatile oil. Learn More
  15. Karela Regular

    Ved Reg Karela 1 L

    Ved Reg Karela 1 L Learn More
  16. Triphala regular

    Ved Reg Triphalla 1 L

    Triphalla literally means Three (Tri) Fruits (Phalla). As such Triphalla is a combination of the three fruits: Amalaki (Phyllanthus emblica), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica), and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula). Due to its high nutritional value, Triphala uniquely cleanses and detoxifies at the deepest organic levels without depleting the body's reserves making it one of the most valuable herbal preparations in the world. Triphala combines both nutritional as well as blood and liver cleansing actions. It has little function as a demulcent or lubricating laxative, however. It possesses some anthroquinones that help to stimulate bile flow and peristalsis. The nutritional aspect is in the form of its high vitamin C content, and the presence of linoleic oil and other important nutrients that make it more of a tonic. Many Indians consider Triphalla to be the ‘Mother’ from nature. The reason is that Indian people believe that Triphala is able to care for the internal organs of the body as a mother cares for her children. Each of the three herbal fruits of Triphala takes care of the body by gently promoting internal cleansing of all conditions of stagnation and excess while at the same time it improving digestion and assimilation. The three fruits of Triphala (Harada, Amla and Bihara) each correspond to the "three humours" or "tridosha" of Indian Ayurvedic medicine. According to Ayurvedic theory, the body is composed of three doshas or humours. Vata is sometimes translated as "wind" which corresponds to the mind and nervous system. Its nature is dry, cold, light and activating. The second is pitta which is also translated as "fire" or "bile." It is responsible for all metabolic transformations including the digestion and assimilation of food as well as assimilation and clarity of thought and understanding. The nature of pitta is primarily hot, moist and light. Kapha is sometimes translated as the "water" or "mucus" humour and is responsible for all anabolic or building functions such as the development of muscle and bone tissue. Its nature is cool, moist and heavy. Harada, having a bitter flavor, is associated with the vata humour and with elemenst of well air and space. It treats imbalances and diseases of the vata humour. Harada possesses laxative, astringent, lubricant, antiparasitical, alterative, antispasmodic and nervine properties. It is therefore used to treat acute and chronic constipation, nervousness, anxiety and feelings of physical heaviness. Among Tibetans, Harada is so highly revered for its purifying attributes that it is the small fruit that is depicted in the hands of the "medicine Buddha" in their sacred paintings or tankas. Of the three fruits, Harada is the most laxative and contains anthroquinones similar to those found in rhubarb and cascara. Amla has a sour flavor and corresponds to the pitta humour and the fire element in Ayurvedic medicine. It is a cooling tonic, astringent, mildly laxative, alterative, antipyretic. It is used to treat fire imbalances that include ulcers, inflammation of the stomach nd intestines, constipation, diarrhea, liver congestion, eruptions, infections and burning feelings throughout the body. In various studies, Amla has been shown to have mild anti-bacterial properties, as well as pronounced expectorant, anti-viral and cardiotonic activity. Amla is the highest natural known source of vitamin C, having 20 times the vitamin C content of an orange. The vitamin C in Amla is also uniquely heat stable. Even when subjected to prolonged high heat, as in the making of the Ayurvedic tonic formula called Chyavanprash (Amla, as the primary herb comprises 50% of the formula), it loses hardly any of the vitamin C that was present when it was freshly harvested off the tree. The same is true of Amla that has been dried and kept for up to a year. This age and heat stable form of vitamin C that Amla possesses is due to the presence of certain tannins that bind and inhibit its dissipation. Bihara is astringent, tonic, digestive and anti-spasmodic. Its primary flavor is astringent and the secondary is sweet, bitter and pungent. It targets imbalances associated with the kapha or mucus humour, corresponding to the earth and water elements in Ayurvedic medicine. Specifically Bihara purifies and balances excess mucus, treats asthma, bronchiole conditions, allergies and hiccoughs. Learn More
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