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About Ayura Herbs....

Ayura Herbs is founded on the understanding that illnesses are due to a weakness in the body that allow for a disease to take hold in the first place. Therefore, if one were to stay in perfect health, they would be essentially immune to the sicknesses that might plague others around them. Ayurvedic herbs are designed to help support the body's natural functioning and healing. In this way, Ayurvedic herbs build strength so that your body can do the natural healing it was made to do.
The primary goal of Ayurvedic medicine is to help people live long, healthy and balanced lives without the need for prescription drugs, complicated surgeries or suffering through painful conditions.
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Here are a few of my top recommended Ayurvedic herbs:

  • 1. Gymnema Leaf : Studies of the effects of gymnema leaf have demonstrated its ability to support healthy insulin levels. In Hinduism, gymnema is called gurmar, which means ā€œdestroyer of sugar,ā€ and research shows that this plant contains substances which decrease the absorption of sugar in the intestine.

  • 2. Cassia or Cinnamon : Traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic health systems have used Cassia cinnamon, or Chinese cinnamon, for thousands of years. Recent research indicates that cinnamon may reduce fasting blood sugar levels, with polyphenols that help maintain insulin sensitivity.

  • 3. Fenugreek Seed :everal human intervention trials have also shown that fenugreek seeds positively affect metabolic health. Fenugreek seeds have a slightly bitter taste when raw, but when they are sprouted, the flavor becomes pungently sweet, adding a unique taste to salads and other foods.

  • 4. Holy Basil Leaf :Holy basil, called Tulsi in India, is also widely used for a broad range of health conditions, including blood sugar imbalances, and is an essential herb in Ayurveda. Holy basil tea, dried leaves and extracts are widely available and used to aid meditation, correct internal imbalances, and strengthen overall health and well being.