Herbal Medicinal Plants

herbal medicinal plants

Passaro Exportsbased at Chennai, India are the manufacturers of herbal medicinal plants in powdered/tablet and capsule form.

Their product range includes but not limited to:

  • Aloe Vera Powder
  • Amla Powder (Emblica Officinalis)
  • Arugampul Powder (Cynodon Dactylon)
  • Ashta Choornam
  • Athimadhuram Powder (Glycyrrhiza Glabra Or Glyceria Glabra, Licorice Root)
  • Avuri Leaf Powder (Indigofera Tinctoria)
  • Chamomile Tea Powder
  • Chitharathai Powder (Alpinia Officinarum)
  • Haritaki Powder (Terminalia Chebula)
  • Kandankathiri Powder (Solanum Xanthocarpum)
  • Karisalankanni Powder (Eclipta Prostrate, Eclipta Alba)
  • Karpooravalli Powder (Coleus Amboinicus)
  • Kasthuri Manjal Powder (Curcuma Aromatica)
  • Keezhanelli (Phyllanthus Niruri)
  • Kuppaimeni Leaf Powder (Acalypha Indica)
  • Mudakathan Powder (Cardiospermum Halicacabum/Balloon Vine)
  • Multani Mitti Powder (Fuller’s Earth)
  • Musumusukkai Powder (Mukia Maderaspatana)
  • Nalangu Maavu Herbal Bath Powder
  • Naval Seed Powder (Syzygium Cumini)
  • Njerunjil Powder (Tribulus Terrestris)
  • Nilavarai Powder (Alexandrian Senna)
  • Nilavebu Powder (Andrographis Paniculate)
  • Poduthalai Leaf Powder (Phyla Nodiflora)
  • Seenthil Kodi Powder (Tinospora Cordifolia)
  • Sirukurinjan Powder (Gymnema Sylvestre)
  • St John’s Wort (Hypericum Perforatum)
  • Triphala Powder (Terminalia Chebula, Terminalia Bellirica And Emblica Officinalis)
  • Thumbai Powder (Leucas Aspera)
  • Thuthuvalai Powder (Solanum Trilobatum)
  • Vallarai Powder (Centella Asiatica)
  • Vettiver Powder (Chrysopogon Zizanioides)
  • Vilvam Leaf Powder (Aegle Marmelos)

ALOE VERA POWDER

Aloe vera is a popular medicinal plant that people have used for thousands of years.

Aloe vera, or Aloe barbadensis, is a thick, short-stemmed plant that stores water in its leaves. It is best known for treating skin injuries, but it also has several other uses that could potentially benefit health.

本文列出了八个潜在的健康益处of aloe vera. It also covers some of the risks associated with use.

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318591#_noHeaderPrefixedContent

AMLA POWDER (EMBLICA OFFICINALIS)

Amla powder is made from the ground-up leaves of the Indian gooseberry. It’s been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries to treat everything from diarrhea to jaundice.

The powder has demonstrated anti-inflammatory effects, leading some

people to chalk it up as the next big thing in beauty.

But can using amla really lead to a healthier scalp and luscious locks? Here’s what the research says, how to make your own hair mask, and more.

https://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/amla-powder-for-hair#TOC_TITLE_HDR_1

ARUGAMPUL POWDER (CYNODON DACTYLON)

Bermuda grass, scientifically termed as Cynodon dactylon, is a highly prized ayurvedic plant for its impressive medicinal properties. It is a weed which is widely grown in tropical climate regions like Bermuda, North America, African Savanah, India and other tropical countries. The leaves are greyish green in colour and sword-like with rough edges. Bermuda grass grows in any type of extreme climate and it is drought resistant.

It is also known by several other names like doob grass, durva grass, dog’s tooth grass, devil’s grass, conch grass to name a few. It is called a dog’s tooth as it used for treating gut problems in animals, especially in canines and termed as Bermuda grass because it was first located in Bermuda (USA).

https://www.netmeds.com/health-library/post/bermuda-grass-arugampul-incredible-health-benefits-of-arugampul-juice

ASHTA CHOORNAM

With the ongoing sedentary lifestyle and a massive disturbance to the usual eating schedule due to the work from home lifestyle, every day more and more people are falling prey to various gastrointestinal issues. Be it quarantine constipation, indigestion, flatulence or acidity, the increasing stress due to COVID and lack of sleep is creating a ruckus to our physical and emotional well-being. While many people seek solutions from modern medications, there is also a vast number who still stick to the age-old ayurvedic practice from alternative remedies with little to no side effects.

https://www.netmeds.com/health-library/post/ashta-choornam-benefits-ingredients-method-dosage-and-side-effects

ATHIMADHURAM POWDER (GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA OR GLYCERIA GLABRA, LICORICE ROOT)

Athimadhuram/Mulethi, also known as mulethi churna is one such classical ayurvedic remedy that has a centuries-long repute of being the ultimate grandma’s remedy for cough and sore throat.

This traditional herb exhibits manifold benefits and is extensively used in several folk remedies and classical ayurvedic formulations to treat respiratory problems, obesity, skin infection, liver disorders, gastric problem, hormonal regulation, general debility, joint pain and many more.

https://www.netmeds.com/health-library/post/mulethilicorice-powder-benefits-uses-ingredients-method-dosage-and-side-effects

AVURI LEAF POWDER (INDIGOFERA TINCTORIA)

Indigofera tinctoria, also called true indigo, is a species of plant from the bean family that was one of the original sources of indigo dye. It has been naturalized to tropical and temperate Asia, as well as parts of Africa, but its native habitat is unknown since it has been in cultivation worldwide for many centuries. Today most dye is synthetic, but natural dye from I. tinctoria is still available, marketed as natural coloring where it is known as tarum in Indonesia and nila in Malaysia. In Iran and areas of the former Soviet Union it is known as basma. The plant is also widely grown as a soil-improving groundcover.

True indigo is a shrub one to two meters high. It may be an annual, biennial, or perennial, depending on the climate in which it is grown. It has light green pinnate leaves and sheafs of pink or violet flowers. The plant is a legume, so it is rotated into fields to improve the soil in the same way that other legume crops such as alfalfa and beans are.

Dye is obtained from the processing of the plant’s leaves. They are soaked in water and fermented in order to convert the glycoside indican naturally present in the plant to the blue dye indigotin. The precipitate from the fermented leaf solution is mixed with a strong base such as lye.

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

CHITHARATHAI POWDER (ALPINIA OFFICINARUM)

Chitharathai,也叫做高良姜(offici成分narum and Alpinia galangal) is a member of the Zingiberaceae family. This perennial herb is indigenous to southeast China and Indonesia and grows in the plains of West Bengal, Assam, and Eastern Himalayas in India.

Ayurveda and traditional Chinese and European medicine have used different parts of chitharathai to treat cold, stomach ache, inflammation, diabetes, ulcers, nausea, diarrhea, eczema, and various acute and chronic conditions.

The seed of chitharathai is used as a mouth freshener, dental cleanser, digestive aid, and laxative. The flowers and tender shoots are used as a spice or vegetable. The root or rhizome is used as a spice and source of essential oil (like ginger).

As it looks, tastes, and feels like ginger, chitharathai is also called the ‘mild ginger’ (Liang-tiang) in Chinese. Like ginger, chitharathai contains flavonoids, polyphenols, terpenes, and essential oils.

HARITAKI POWDER (TERMINALIA CHEBULA)

Prized as the “King Of Medicines”, Haritaki is a miraculous ayurvedic fruit that is extensively used for a wide range of traditional remedies. Cultivated from the seeds of Terminalia chebula tree, it is popularly known as Indian walnut for its innumerable benefits or Indian hog plum in English.

This dried fruit often termed as Chebulic myrobalan is one of the three musketeers that constitute the potent rejuvenative Triphala formulation. The holistic science of Ayurveda strongly advocates the uses of haritaki due to its potent laxative, astringent, purgative, anti-bilious and anti-oxidant properties for treating numerous health anomalies.

Ancient folklore has it, that a drop of amrit which is eternal nectar dropped from heaven upon the earth and gave rise to this divine tree. Hence, is considered as a rejuvenative herb and a one-shot remedy for a variety of ailments.

https://www.netmeds.com/health-library/post/haritaki-benefits-uses-dosage-formulations-and-side-effects

KANDANKATHIRI POWDER (SOLANUM XANTHOCARPUM)

Kandankathiri, a prickly herb, commonly known as Yellow Fruit Nightshade has been used in Ayurveda and folklore medicine since time immemorial. It belongs to Solanaceae family. It is found in most parts of Asia and Australia of the world.

This plant is cultivated in Himalayas, Australia, South-East Malaysia and Polynesia region. It is also found in India often in roadsides, in waste places and in open space.

Leaves are unequal paired, prickly along veins, flowers are blue-purple, densely pubescent with stellate hairs. Fruit is a septicidal capsule or berry which possesses a sweet smell and attracts livestock and wild herbivores. Seeds inside the fruit are glabrous.

KARISALANKANNI POWDER (ECLIPTA PROSTRATE, ECLIPTA ALBA)

Karisalakanni is considered a precious herb by Ayurveda and Siddha practitioners. A non-negotiable ingredient of hair oils, it is used to treat dry scalps. It is said to even cure baldness. This was substantiated by a paper published in the International Journal of Molecular Medicine in 2015. The paper said that extract of the plant stimulates the hair follicle and can be used to treat certain types of alopecia, a condition in which hairless patches emerge on the head and other parts of the body.

https://www.downtoearth.org.in/news/food/a-herb-to-cure-stress-59069

KARPOORAVALLI POWDER (COLEUS AMBOINICUS)

Karpuravalli also called Indian Borage in English and Karpooravalli, Omavalli, Doddapatre and Panikoorka in other Indian languages is a very important herb that has wonderful medicinal uses and health benefits. Karpuravalli is traditionally used for treating cold and cough in infants, babies and adults.

It is also used for treating hair problems like grey hair and dandruff, aiding weight loss, for promoting hair growth and also for treating asthma and fever. Here at home, we make karpuravalli rasam and chutney with the leaves for treating cold and cough. Along with karpooravalli rasam and chutney, karpooravalli pachadi also called doddapatre tambuli in Kannada is also quite famous.

KASTHURI MANJAL POWDER (CURCUMA AROMATICA)

As Ayurveda reads, if we open our eyes to the nature’s bounty, we can easily find magical ingredients for beautiful skin.

One such nature’s treasure is the glow enhancing herb “Kasturi Manjal” or Wild Turmeric, which has been used for centuries in India as a natural Ayurvedic beauty product. Kasturi Manjal belongs to the Turmeric or Curcuma family, which is known for its health augmenting properties and skin care benefits, and the glow enhancing herb is primarily used for cosmetic purposes.

Kasturi Manjal is mild yellow in colour with a bitter taste and Camphor-like aroma. Among its numerous properties, the magical spice is an excellent anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-aging agent.

In addition to these properties, what makes Kasturi Manjal so valuable for your beauty rituals is that it can be used for any skin type: acne prone skin, normal to dry skin, tanned or pigmented skin, and in fact it’s safe to apply on the skin of babies as well.

https://www.forestessentialsindia.com/blog/why-kasturi-manjal-is-the-ingredient-your-skin-needs-this-summer.html

KEEZHANELLI (PHYLLANTHUS NIRURI)

Keezhanelli是一个广泛的热带plant commonly found in coastal areas, known by the common names gale of the wind, stonebreaker or seed-under-leaf.

It grows 50–70 cm (20–28 in) tall and bears ascending herbaceous branches. The bark is smooth and light green. It bears numerous pale green flowers which are often flushed with red. The fruits are tiny, smooth capsules containing seeds.

Keezhanelli (Phyllanthus Niruri) is considered as one of the most important plant in the Indian Ayurvedic system. The herb is extensively used to treat and cure diseases related to liver and other organs of the body.

KUPPAIMENI LEAF POWDER (ACALYPHA INDICA)

Kuppaimeni, also called as “Indian Nettle” is a plant that grows everywhere like weed and needs no maintenance at all. Kuppaimeni powder is rich in alkaloids, catachols, flavonoids, phenolic compounds, saponins and steroids. It has so many beneficial uses for our skin and hair.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/272821177_SYNTHESIS_OF_SILVER_NANOPARTICLES_USING_NATURAL_PRODUCTS_FROM_ACALYPHA_INDICA_KUPPAIMENI_AND_CURCUMA_LONGA_TURMERIC_ON_ANTIMICROBIAL_ACTIVITIES

MUDAKATHAN POWDER (CARDIOSPERMUM HALICACABUM/BALLOON VINE)

Mudakathan keerai is widely used for treating ear pain, cough and cold. The plant has special gastric benefits and mild laxative properties. Decoction made by boiling leaves in water and the powder form are consumed to treat constipation and stomach pain.

MULTANI MITTI POWDER (FULLER’S EARTH)

Multani mitti is widely known for its use in beauty and skin care remedies. Primarily multani mitti face packs to reduce oiliness and lend a healthy glow to the skin, this naturally occurring form of clay has several other uses for skin and hair. Go on and read on to know more about multani mitti and how you can use it for your skin and hair! You will not regret it for sure. Trust us.

https://www.femina.in/beauty/skin/benefits-of-multani-mitti-face-pack-111650.html

MUSUMUSUKKAI POWDER (MUKIA MADERASPATANA)

Mukia maderaspatana is one among the vast number of indigenous leafy vegetables sold throughout South India. [7] They are known to contain plenty of phytochemical, carotenoids, ascorbic acid, vitamin E etc and are known to fight a quite number of diseases. [8] Its other names are Melothria maderaspatana, Cucumis maderaspatana, Mukia scabrella, Bryonia cordifolia, Coccinia cordifolia and its vernacular names are Musumusukkai (Tamil), trikosaki (Sanskrit) and melongubat (Filipino)

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/334626367_A_recapitulation_on_the_medicinal_benediction_of_mukia_maderaspatana

NALANGU MAAVU HERBAL BATH POWDER

Nalangu Maavu is an herbal body wash or face wash popular in South India. It is an Ayurvedic formulation, made with natural ingredients like Indian sarsaparilla, White turmeric, Champak, Flagroot, and others. This bath powder is also used in Ayurveda as medicine, to treat skin conditions like eczema. The benefits it offers are immense, and it was everyone’s choice of a good cleanser before chemical soaps and gels came into the picture.

NAVAL SEED POWDER (SYZYGIUM CUMINI)

Syzygium cumini (S. cumini) (L.) Skeels (jambolan) is one of the widely used medicinal plants in the treatment of various diseases in particular diabetes.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3609276/#:~:text=Medicinal%20properties,also%20a%20good%20blood%20purifier.

NJERUNJIL POWDER (TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS)

研究表明刺蒺藜可能有限helpful in lessening symptoms of angina and in enhancing athletic performance. There have also been some studies that show some benefit to people with certain sexual problems and to those suffering from infertility.

https://www.webmd.com/vitamins-and-supplements/tribulus-terrestris-uses-and-risks

NILAVARAI POWDER (ALEXANDRIAN SENNA)

Senna is an herb. The leaves and the fruit of the plant are used to make medicine.

Senna is an FDA-approved over-the-counter (OTC) laxative. A prescription is not required to purchase senna. It is used to treat constipation and also to clear the bowel before diagnostic tests such as colonoscopy.

Senna is also used for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), anal or rectal surgery, tears in the lining of the anus (anal fissures), hemorrhoids, and weight loss.

https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-652/senna

NILAVEBU POWDER (ANDROGRAPHIS PANICULATE)

Famed as the ‘King Of Bitters’, Nilavembu, is one such Siddha herb that has innumerable immune-enhancing properties like anti-pyretic, cholagogue, digestive, hepatoprotective and anti-inflammatory and has been used as a traditional remedy for treating various ailments in the Ayurvedic and Siddha systems of medicine as well as in Unani, Homeopathy, Chinese remedies, and tribal medicine. Commonly termed as ‘Kalmegh’ in Hindi, this herb is the ultimate remedy for the treatment of different types of intermittent fever, which mostly occurs in ailments like malaria, dengue fever, chronic fever, and chikungunya.

https://www.netmeds.com/health-library/post/nilavembu-benefits-uses-formulations-ingredients-method-dosage-and-side-effects

PODUTHALAI LEAF POWDER (PHYLA NODIFLORA)(Herbal Medicinal Plants)

Phyla nodiflora Linn. (Verbenaceae) is a small creeping herb, commonly known as Jalpapli. The plant is used to cure many problems. It is used for pain in knee joints, for lack of bowel movement, used in ulcers and boils, in swollen cervical glands. It is also used in gonorrhea. The antibacterial activity of plant has also been traced. The plant has showed antibacterial activity against bacteria such as E. coli, Pseudomonas, Staphylococcus. Phyla has been the source of traditional medicines against diseases like liver disorders, dandruff control, indigestion in children etc. In this paper the plant has been reviewed for its phytochemistry, pharmacological studies and antimicrobial activity.

https://globalresearchonline.net/journalcontents/v20-1/11.pdf

SEENTHIL KODI POWDER (TINOSPORA CORDIFOLIA)(Herbal Medicinal Plants)

植物具有抗氧化,anti-hyperglycemic, anti-neoplastic, anti-stress, anti-dote, anti-spasmodic, anti-pyretic, antiallergic, anti-leprotic, antiinflammatory, anti-hyperlypidaemia, Immunomodulatory properties. Various parts of the plant contain immense medicinal property.

http://impactfactor.org/PDF/IJCPR/4/IJCPR,Vol4,Issue2,Article5.pdf

SIRUKURINJAN POWDER (GYMNEMA SYLVESTRE)(Herbal Medicinal Plants)

Gymnema sylvestre may help you fight sugar cravings and lower high blood sugar levels. The plant may also play a beneficial role in diabetes treatment, as it may help stimulate insulin secretion and the regeneration of pancreas islet cells — both of which can help lower blood sugar.

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/gymnema-sylvestre-benefits

TRIPHALA POWDER (TERMINALIA CHEBULA, TERMINALIA BELLIRICA AND EMBLICA OFFICINALIS)

Triphala is a powerful herbal remedy that consists of terminalia chebula, terminalia bellirica and emblica officinalis. It is used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine to prevent disease and treat a number of symptoms, including constipation and inflammation.

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/triphala

THUMBAI POWDER (LEUCAS ASPERA)(Herbal Medicinal Plants)

Leucas aspera commonly known as ‘Thumbai’ is distributed throughout India from the Himalayas down to Ceylon. The plant is used traditionally as an antipyretic and insecticide. Medicinally, it has been proven to possess various pharmacological activities like antifungal, antioxidant, antimicrobial, antinociceptive and cytotoxic activity. Further, studies reveal the presence of various phytochemical constituents mainly triterpenoids, oleanolic acid, ursolic acid and b-sitosterol, nicotine, sterols, glucoside, diterpenes, phenolic compounds (4-(24-hydroxy-1-oxo-5-n-propyltetracosanyl)-phenol). These studies reveal that L. aspera is a source of medicinally active compounds and have various pharmacological effects; hence, this drug encourage finding its new therapeutic uses.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3249907/

THUTHUVALAI POWDER (SOLANUM TRILOBATUM)(Herbal Medicinal Plants)

Thoothuvalai传统中世纪是一个最喜欢的cine practitioners in many parts of India for its anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and anti-oxidant properties. While Solanum Trilobatum (or just solanum) is its botanical name it’s also known as the Purple Fruited Pea Egg plant. This is one more of those natural remedies that some homes have forgotten about over the last couple of decades but is back in the reckoning as most of us look back to nature for remedies. The plant grows widely in India and parts of South Asia. It’s quite easy to find in states like Tamil Nadu where the leaves are sold sometimes at vegetable shops or markets. The leaves (the thorns are removed while using this herb) are bitter and they are normally fried in ghee to reduce this bitterness. Even in South India it’s easier to find this in ready to use powders that are available at organic stores or traditional stores.

https://food.ndtv.com/food-drinks/thoothuvalai-recipes-boost-immunity-with-thoothuvalai-solanum-trilobatum-2199876

VALLARAI POWDER (CENTELLA ASIATICA)(Herbal Medicinal Plants)

Centella asiatica is an important medicinal herb that is widely used in the orient and is becoming popular in the West. Triterpenoid, saponins, the primary constituents of Centella asiatica are manly believed to be responsible for its wide therapeutic actions. Apart from wound healing, the herb is recommended for the treatment of various skin conditions such as leprosy, lupus, varicose ulcers, eczema, psoriasis, diarrhoea, fever, amenorrhea, diseases of the female genitourinary tract and also for relieving anxiety and improving cognition. The present review attempts to provide comprehensive information on pharmacology, mechanisms of action, various preclinical and clinical studies, safety precautions and current research prospects of the herb. At the same time, studies to evaluate the likelihood of interactions with drugs and herbs on simultaneous use, which is imperative for optimal and safe utilization of the herb, are discussed.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3116297/#:~:text=Apart%20from%20wound%20healing%2C%20the,relieving%20anxiety%20and%20improving%20cognition.

VETTIVER POWDER (CHRYSOPOGON ZIZANIOIDES)(Herbal Medicinal Plants)

Vetiver is a plant. The root is used to make medicine.

People take vetiver for nerve and circulation problems and for stomach pain. Some women take vetiver to start their periods or to cause an abortion.

Vetiver is sometimes applied directly to the skin for relieving stress, as well as for emotional traumas and shock, lice, and repelling insects. It is also used for arthritis, stings, and burns.

Vetiver is sometimes inhaled as aromatherapy for nervousness, insomnia, and joint and muscle pain.

In manufacturing, vetiver is used as a flavoring in alcoholic beverages.

https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-695/vetiver

VILVAM LEAF POWDER (AEGLE MARMELOS)(Herbal Medicinal Plants)

Extensive experimental and clinical studies prove that Aegle marmelos possesses antidiarrhoeal, antimicrobial, antiviral, radioprotective, anticancer, chemopreventive, antipyretic, ulcer healing, antigenotoxic, diuretic, antifertility and anti-inflammatory properties, which help it to play role in prevention and treatment of many disease. Therefore, it is worthwhile to review its therapeutic properties to give an overview of its status to scientist both modern and ancient. This review also encompasses on the potential application of the above plant in the pharmaceutical field due to its wide pharmacological activities.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4027346/#:~:text=Extensive%20experimental%20and%20clinical%20studies,play%20role%20in%20prevention%20and


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Manufacturer and Exporter of Herbal Medicinal Plants,
Medavakkam,
Chennai 600 100
Tamilnadu, India

+91 98844 80980
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