Interesting facts, Therapeutic uses and other names for Garlic.
Kuarpathu (in Gujarati), Greetkumari (in Hindi), Khorpad (in Marathi), Burn Plant, The drug Aloes is one of the safest and most stimulating purgatives and, in higher doses, may act as an abortifacient. Its action is explicitly exerted on the large intestine and is useful as a vermifuge.
Singabara( in sanskrit), Adrak( in Hindi.), Ada (in Bengali, Oriya), It’s been used for thousands of years in Asian medicine to treat stomachaches, diarrhea, and nausea, and studies show that it works for nausea and vomiting.
Honey is a viscid (syrupy) and sweet Secretion stored in the Honeycomb by various species of bees. The Honeywas used as A Flavored Medicinal Sweetening Agent. During wartime, it was used on wounds as an antiseptic by the ancient Chinese, Egyptians, Greeks. It is used as a medium for the preservation of cornea.
Ocimum sanctum Holy-Basil ( in English), Vrunda, The holy plant, Tulsi is known as the queen of all herbs, and it is used widely in Ayurvedic and naturopathic medicines, which help in the healing of the human body naturally. Tulsi can help you eliminate many health problems, including fever and kidney stones.
Another name (other vernacular names): Laving (in Gujarati), Lavang (in Hindi, Marathi), Labanga (in Bengali, Orissa), Ruang (in Kashmiri), Clove is used as an antiseptic, stimulant, carminative, aromatic, and as a flavoring agent. Clove oil can stop toothache. Clove kills intestinal parasites.