Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Ayurvedic Medicine - Nutmeg-jaiphal



Ayurvedic Medicine - Nutmeg-jaiphal

Ayurvedic Name: Jaiphal

Botanical Name: Myristica fragrans

English: Nutmeg

Physical Properties:
Nutmeg is the dried portion of the seeds of the Nutmeg tree.
It has a solid smell with a marginally severe taste. 

Habitat:
Nutmeg trees originates from Asia and are presently dound in Indonesia, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.

Ayurvedic Benefits:
Nutmeg is utilized as a part of the readiness of different Ayurvedic meds since old circumstances. The oil removed from it is utilized as a part of liniments, perfumery and as an antispasmodic. 

1) In Digestive Disorders: Nutmeg powder (around 3-5 grams) brought with a tablespoon of Amla(Indian Gooseberry) 2 to 4 times each day is powerful for acid reflux and morning infection.

2)In Insomnia: Nutmeg powder blended with Amla juice is likewise a viable medication for a sleeping disorder.

3) A squeeze of Nutmeg powder blended with a couple drops of nectar, is given to babies who cry around evening time, to initiate rest. (Try not to take after this technique consistently and accept your specialist's recommendation before doing it.)

4) In Dehydration:Nutmeg cures the lack of hydration brought on by spewing and looseness of the bowels.

5) In Skin Disorders:Nutmeg is extremely successful in treatment of skin ailments like ringworm and dermatitis.

6) In Rheumatism:Nutmeg powdered and singed in Sesame oil until chestnut, is extremely powerful outside application to alleviate rheumatic torment.

8) As a Sex Stimulant: A squeeze of Nutmeg powder blended with a tablespoon of Honey and a half-bubbled egg, when expended a hour prior to sex goes about as an amazing stimulant and furthermore draws out the term of sexual act.