TRUEAYUR Giloy Juice (Tinospora cardifolia) has a multivariatevine. Its leaves are like betel leaves. It is known by many names in Ayurveda, such as Amrita, Guduchi, Chinnaruha, Chakrangi, etc. ‘Also named as Amrita by virtue of being multivalent and elixir-like.’ Ayurveda literature says that it is considered to be the great medicine of fever and has been named Jeevatika. Creeper of TRUEAYUR Giloy Juice is commonly found climbing in places like forests, rams of the fields, rocks of the mountains, etc. Giloy also found around neem, mango tree. This tree on which it forms its base, its properties are also included in it.
Ayurveda factors cause fever-Ama (toxic remains in the body due to improper digestion) and the second one is due to some foreign particles. It acts wonderfully in chronic, recurrent fevers. Giloy is an anti- inflammatory, antipyretic herb which helps to boost your immunity to fight against the infection and also helps in early recovery.
It has a Javarghana (antipyretic) property to reduce fever.
Take 15-25 ml twice a day with an equal amount of water or as directed by a physician.
Store in a cool & dry place. Keep away from direct sunlight. Use within 45 days after opening the container.
Not to be consumed during pregnancy, dysentery & menses.
The ‘Maharaja’ of Ayurveda, Aloe Vera or Aloe Vera is no less than a natural miracle. Even 6000 years ago, it was used because of its health benefits. It is a storehouse of 18 types of metals, 15 amino acids, 12 vitamins and many minerals and antioxidants. The problem of lack of blood in the body, the problem of metabolism, the problem of keeping the stomach clean, is very beneficial in the problems of controlling the amount of sugar in the blood.
That’s why at TRUEAYURs, we at TRUEAYURs do our best to bring the natural qualities to you by hand-juicing fresh, selected leaves from 3 to 4 years old, Barbadensis Miller, Consume TRUEAYUR’s Aloe Vera Juice and feel its amazing benefits in just a few days.
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