Houseplants have been a part of indoor aesthetics for ages. However, their goodness goes beyond their physical appeal. Centuries ago, plants were a dominant part of treatment through Ayurveda, traditional Indian medicine. The world is gradually shifting to an Ayurvedic cure for holistic well being.
Ayurveda holds a philosophy of treating unnecessary sufferings and living a long and healthy life. It involves the use of natural elements to find the root cause for a cure and to treat the recurrence of imbalance. In India, around 7000-7500 plants have been recorded to cure different ailments. A lot of these diseases can be cured at home. Know about 5 powerful Ayurvedic plants that you can grow indoors and drive ailments away. Take the guide.
Curry leaves have several medicinal properties. Also known as Kadi Patta, the plant is entitled after Lord Krishna, the God of Protection. The leaves have a strong pleasant aroma and contain several micro-nutrients. Some home remedies of curry leaves include:
Cures Type II Diabetes
Reduces stress, depression and anxiety
Curry leaves mask fights off dandruff and head lice
Curry leave paste relieves acne and oily skin
Tulsi or Holy Basil is a sacred plant with aromatic and beautiful leaves. In Ayurveda, Tulsi is considered as ‘the incomparable one’ and the ‘Mother medicine of nature’. The magical herb has many benefits.
Cures stress, fever and headache