Dadi Ma ka Nuskha : Alternate Medicine and therapies, eye care, hair care, skin care,
Dadi Ma ka Nuskha : Alternate Medicine and therapies, eye care, hair care, skin care,
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Dadi Ma ka Nuskha : Alternate Medicine and therapies, eye care, hair care, skin care,
Dadi Ma ka Nuskha : Alternate Medicine and therapies, eye care, hair care, skin care,
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Khareti
Latin Name
Sida cordifolia
Sanskrit Name

Bala

Hindi Name

Khareti

English Name
Country Mallow
Parts Used

Roots, leaves, seeds and stems. Each part has a different therapeutic value and must be prepared in its own way for the maximum benefits.

Traditional Ayurvedic Uses
  • This is one the most often used Ayurvedic herbs because it simultaneously balances all three laws of the physiology (Vata, Pitta, Kapha), a rare effect.
  • Bala is primarily known for giving stamina or inner strength.
  • It helps balance proper amounts of the male hormone, testosterone, and increases sexual desire.
  • Bala has a Vrishya effect, meaning that it enhances the quality and quantity of reproductive fluids (Shukra Dhatu) for conception of healthy offspring.
  • It builds general immunity (the word Bala can actually be translated as immunity).
  • It is a good Rasayana (overall tonic and longevity enhancer).
  • Bala is a good tonic for the lungs.
  • Bala contains five of the six tastes, a very rare property indicating that it provides nourishment of all aspects of nature's intelligence (the five Mahabhutas).
NOTE: As with most single herbs, Bala should always be taken in balanced combinations with other herbs, to prevent aggravation of any existing congestion.
 
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