Nochi Leaf Powder – Fresh & Pure

160.00

Ingredients: Natural Organic Nochi leaf
Other Names: Botanical name: Vitex Negundo; English: Five-leaved chaste tree, Horseshoe vitex; Gujarati: Nagoda,  Shamalic; Hindi: Mewri; Nirgundi; Sawbhalu (निर्गुंडी); Bengali: Nirgundi; Kannada: Bile-nekki; Malayalam: Indrani; Marathi: Nirgunda, Punjabi: Banna, Marwan; Sanskrit: Nirgundi, Sephalika, Sindhuvara, Vrikshaha (सिन्धुवार); Tamil : Chinduvaram, Nirnochchi, Nochi,  Vellai-nochchi; Telugu: Sindhuvara; Vavili; Nalla-vavili; Tella-vavili (వావిలి / సింధువార)lekkali
Direction for use: For Adults Mix one tea spoon (5g) of Nochi leaf powder in a glass of warm water and drink. Can be used as a paste/ steam inhalation  as well as for external application or  as powder / kashayam for internal use as advised by your doctor or Naturopath.
Packing: 100 g (Net weight)

 

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Nochi ( Vitex negundo ) is one of the very useful plant in Indian System of medicine, widely used in all systems of treatment – Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, Homeopathy, and Allopathy. It is also commonly used in folk medicine in India, Bangladesh, China, Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Japan.

True to its meaning in Sanskrit (that which keeps the body free from all diseases). Nochi is considered as an effective Analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal. It is used to treat a wide range of ailments, ranging from Sinus Infection, headache,  to migraine, from skin affections to wounds, and swelling, asthmatic pains, male and female sexual and reproductive problems.

Referred to as sindhuvara in Ayurveda, Nochi has been used as medicine since ancient times. It is taken both internally and externally. The whole plant, leaves, leaf oil, roots, fruits, and seeds are administered in the treatment of specific diseases. However, in Ayurveda, the leaves, roots, and bark are the most important parts.

A popular quote of the Western Himalayas says that a man can not die of disease in a region where Nochi (Vitex negundo), Adhatoda vasica and Acorus calamus are found, obviously, if he knows appropriate usage of the plants. Even in the Indian traditional community, Vitex negundo is also known as “sarvaroganivarini”, the remedy for all diseases. A large inventory of literature is available regarding this plant that includes traditional, biochemical, ethnobotanical and pharmacological experiments, observations and inferences.

Besides being a popular home remedy for sinus infection, Nochi is reported to have expectorant, carminative, digestive, antiseptic, antipyretic, diuretic and , Analgesic, Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidant, Antifungal, rejuvenating, and tonic properties. The oil prepared with the juice of the leaves is very popular for relieving pains. Roots and leaves are used in eczema, ringworm and other skin diseases, liver disorders, spleen enlargement, rheumatic pain, gout, abscess, backache; seeds are used as vermicide. This plant is also proved for its cardioprotective property. It is also used to control population of mosquitoes.

Ref:

http://asianagrihistory.org/vol-19/nirgundi-natures-gift-to-mankind.pdf

http://file.scirp.org/pdf/OALibJ_2016022910473536.pdf

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitex_negundo

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Weight 100 g