Ayurvedic treatment centres on the unique temperament, or prakriti, of each individual.
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It is considered as the best exercise for human body. Surya Namaskar consists
A hardy leguminous undershrub attaining the height of about 3 meter with compressed pods. It is found growing wild in many Asian countries and is also cultivated at small scales in India, Iran, Afghanistan etc. The root tastes sweet and is used in Ayurveda.
Yashtimadhu has been conventionally used by Ayurveda in the treatment of respiratory and digestive disorders. It is considered to be a"Rasayana". Its use is specifically indicated in the treatment of chronic acidity, ulcers and chronic bronchial conditions. Investigations observed that Yashtimadhu activates ulcer healing. Also it acts as an antistress and anabolic agent.
Roots contain glycyrrhizin, asparagin, sugar, starch, acid resin, gum, mucilage, phosphoric, sulfuric & malic acids. Bark contains a small quantity of tannins.
Effect on Dosha