Terminalia Chebula, known as Haritaki in Hindi or Kadukkai in Tamil, is native to South Asia. The tree yields small, ribbed and nut-like fruits. The abrasive seed is enveloped by a fleshy pulp. Of the seven fruits recognized, the Vijaya variety is preferred, traditionally grown in the Vindhya Range of western and central India. It is called the king of medicine as it has many wide medicinal uses. It has been extensively used in Homeopathy, Unani and Ayurveda.
Boswellia, also known as Indian frankincense, is an herbal extract taken from the Boswellia serrata tree.
Resin made from boswellia extract has been used for centuries in Asian and African folk medicine. It’s believed to treat chronic inflammatory illnesses as well as a number of other health conditions. Boswellia is available as a resin, pill, or cream.
This “Divine Mushroom” as its name imply belongs to the Ganoderma Lucidum species. The name was first recorded in the Han dynasty (BC 104) when the commentary by Xue Zong refers to the eating of these fungi as “drugs of immortality”. It has been erroneously claimed to trace back to 4,000 years by some Chinese commentators. Japanese refer to it as Reishi.