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Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) from the asparagus family is considered in Ayurveda medicine to be the most important ayurvedic rejuvenating agent for women. Translated, the name means "she who owns a hundred men". The plant is calming, strengthens the nerves and has a positive effect on blood circulation, food digestion and the female genital organs....
Dietary supplement with Mumijo in vegan capsules for oral use. Mumijo is an integral part of Central Asian folk medicine and Ayurveda. Content: 60 capsules / 32.8 g Alternative product: Holisan - Shilayur forte / Shilajit .
Food supplements, containing 10 % Bacoside Contents: 60 capsules / 35,8 g
Organic Haritaki is a dietary Supplement that is manufactured in accordance with the rules of Ayurveda of Cosmoveda are capsules. Contents: 80 pieces - 34 g DE-ÖKO-003Non-EU-agriculture
Manjistha - Rubia cordifolia - is an evergreen climbing plant that grows up to 1.5 m high with 5-10 cm long, kidney-shaped leaves, yellowish flowers and up to 1.5 m long roots, which are used in Ayurvedic nutrition. Contents: 100 g
Haritaki - Terminalia Chebula - is an evergreen tree up to 20 m high with egg-shaped leaves, white flowers and small five-winged yellow to orange-brown stone fruits, which are used in Ayurvedic diet. Contents: 100 g
In Ayurveda, Tribulus is known under the name Gokshura. Gokshura is a Sanskrit word and is made up of "Go" and "Akshura", which means "cow's hoof". This name can probably be traced back to the appearance of the Tribulus fruits, which are supposed to be reminiscent of cow hooves. Contents: 100 g
Brahmi - Bacopa monnieri - is a lush green, up to 40 cm high plant with small leaves and white flowers that grows in wet and swampy areas. In Ayurvedic nutrition, parts of the shoot, but also the roots, stems and leaves are used. The powder of the dried whole plant, which is finely and gently ground (below 40 ° C) in production, comes from our Indian and...
The root reduces the pitta and kapha dosha, has a bitter, tart and sweet taste ( rasa ). The potency ( Virya ) is heating. Manjistha is one of the most powerful plants and best mood-altering agents in Ayurveda. Content: 25 g / 80 pieces
The Amalaki Churna consists of the ground Amalaki or Amla fruits. It is a dietary supplement made according to the prescriptions of Ayurveda. New content 130 g and new glass packaging Content: 130 g
Mandukaparni (Centella asiatica), also known as Gotu-Kola or Brahmi. As an Ayurvedic dietary supplement, you can find it here in the vegan capsules from Cosmoveda. Content: 32.80 g / 80 pieces
Small but mighty! The small fatty leaf, also called Brahmi or memory plant, is finding its way into our kitchens as a superfood and anti-aging miracle. Contents: 100 g
Lucerne, also known as alfalfa or perpetual clover, is a purple-flowered type of clover that is particularly popular with bumblebees. When dried and ground, alfalfa herb is a nutrient-rich food additive. Contents: 100 g
The herb of the earth prickly nut (Tribulus terrestris) is known in Ayurveda as Gokshura. Ayurveda describes Gokshura as reducing Vata. The Kapha-strengthening herb tastes sweet, heavy and oily, soothes exuberant Vata and cools the rising Pitta. Contents: 100 G
Ashwagandha is an Ayurvedic medicine as a tonic used Plant. The dried and sliced root, for example, is to take a tea out of it, to solve the active ingredients in warm Ghee, or grind them in a mortar and process to a powder. Content: 100 g
Haritaki is a well-known churna in Ayurveda, which has the excellent property of regulating all three doshas - the constitutional types Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Contents: 250 g Churna, spice powder, also called Churnam or Choornam in India.
Shatavari, the Indian asparagus Asparagus racemosus, is probably one of the best-known Ayurvedic plants in Europe. In ancient Ayurvedic texts, Shatavari is praised when it comes to women and their femininity. The name "Shatavari" also alludes to this, which translates as "she who has 100 husbands". From the point of view of Ayurveda, Indian asparagus is...
Ashoka - Saraca indica - is a small, evergreen tree with 15-25 cm long, very narrow leaves, whose bark, seeds or yellow-orange flowers are used in Ayurvedic nutrition. Contents: 100 g DE-ÖKO-003 Non-EU agriculture
Ashwagandha is also called winter cherry and is one of the most commonly used herbs in Ayurveda. The plant from the nightshade family has long been known for its nourishing properties. According to the teachings of Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is said to promote calm and clarity of mind and calm Vata and Kapha. Content: 60 tablets / 30 g
Tulsi has a particularly high status in Ayurveda. This is already clear from its name, which comes from Sanskrit: The Incomparable. Tulsi - the Indian basil - is revered throughout India and described as balancing, strengthening and nerve-calming. Ayurveda experts recommend the daily consumption of Tulsi as Rasayana. Now in newly designed packaging....
In the classic Ayurveda texts, the neem tree is referred to as a "divine tree". Nowadays, neem is increasingly used in cosmetic and wellness products. The qualities of neem are astringent, pungent, and bitter. Its antioxidant, cleansing and Pitta and Kapha balancing properties are particularly emphasized. These make neem so valuable and universally...
New design, proven recipe "Arjuna" - like the strong-hearted hero Arjuna of the most famous Indian epic "Mahabharat", symbolizes strength, power and courage. Terminalia arjuna is called the "hawthorn" of Ayurveda. In this recipe, it is combined with a variety of famous Ayurveda herbs and strengthens the sensitive Vata dosha. Content: 60 tablets / 30 g
Mandukparni, also known as Gotu Kola, Centella asiatica or the plant with frog-shaped leaves, is similar to Ayurvedic Brahmi. Sometimes it is even referred to as Brahmi because of similar properties. Balances all three doshas. Content: 60 tablets / 30 g
Guduchi, also known under the name Tinospora cordifolia and used in a variety of ways in Ayurveda, is a tropical creeper with heart-shaped leaves. Guduchi is also called "Amrita" - the immortal. The classic Ayurveda texts describe a multitude of positive properties of this special plant. Balances all three doshas. Content: 60 tablets / 30 g
Amla, Amalaki, is a dietary Supplement and contains 10% tannins. Amla is Dosha harmonizing, is manufactured from the Amla fruit and contains a high proportion of vegetable Vitamin C. Contents: 60 capsules / 35,8 g
Frankincense is the air-dried resin of the frankincense tree. Frankincense has been used in Ayurveda for 5000 years. The main active ingredient in frankincense is boswellic acid. Content: 60 capsules / 29.8 g Nimi Frankincense is an extract of high-purity, laboratory-tested quality. The capsules for our incense consist of vegetarian capsule material.