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Ayurvedic Herb: (Rason)

Garlic - Allium sativum

Sanskrit Name:Rason
Hindi Name:Lashun
English Name:Garlic
Latin Name:Allium sativum
Description:This plant of liliaceae family has a stem, which is more then a meter tall with leaves present in the bottom half of the stem. Flowers are replaced by bulblets, which are glaborous, whitish or with a reddish tinge. Flowering is during May to July.
Guna:Tamas
Dosha:Pacifies Vata and Kapha.
Usage:Garlic has a very long folk history of use in a wide range of ailments, particularly ailments such as ringworm, Candida and vaginitis where its fungicidal, antiseptic, tonic and parasiticidal properties have proved of benefit. The plant produces inhibitory effects on gram-negative germs of the typhoid-paratyphoid-enteritis group; indeed it possesses outstanding germicidal properties and can keep amoebic dysentery at bay. It is also said to have anticancer activity. Garlic reduces glucose metabolism in diabetics, slows the development of arteriosclerosis and lowers the risk of further heart attacks in myocardial infarct patients. Externally, the expressed juice is an excellent antiseptic for treating wounds.

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