It was introduced into India by the Mughals and widely used since then. Its meaning varied, referring to a region that encompassed northern India and Pakistan or India in its entirety. Jainism came into prominence during the life of its exemplar, Mahavira.
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Any plant used for making medicine, seasoning or scents. A tea made by pouring boiling water over the plant or parts of the plant. The most common method of preparing an infusion is to place herbs in a heat tolerant container that has a lid, and pour boiling water over the herbs a normal rule of thumb is to use a cup of green herbs per cup of boiling water applied, or a handful of dry herbs per cup of boiling water applied.
Cover the container and allow the herbs to steep in covered container for about 15 minutes. Your infusion is now ready to enjoy!
A drink made by boiling the plant or parts of the plant in water and then straining. As a rule of thumb, place the herbs in water that has been brought to a boil, then reduce heat until the water is gently simmering. Simmer for about 15 minutes, then strain.
The liquid is the decoction. Honey or an aromatic herb is usually added to improve the taste. This refers to herbs that have a pleasant smell or taste. They are often used for potpourri or for adding to other herbs to improve the taste of a decoction. One part aromatic to three parts medicinal herb is usually sufficient.
An herb that possesses soothing, mucilaginous qualities which help to relieve any internal irritation such as arrowroot, coltsfoot, comfrey, sassafras pith, and slippery elm.
A liniment is a topical solution applied to the skin. How to make a liniment: Place the herb material into the jar and fill jar with equal parts grain alcohol and distilled water. Close lid tightly and label the jar with the ingredients and the date.
Store the jar in a dark, dry and cool place. Every 2 days, shake the jar vigorously. After four to six weeks, strain the mixture through a screen or colander, catching the liquid in bowl, then take the herbs and wrap in a towel or pillowcase and squeeze as much liquid as possible from herbs, catching this liquid in the bowl as well.
The Strained liquid is your finished liniment.
We recommend storing liniments in four ounce amber glass bottles. Be sure to label bottles correctly! Herbal lozenges are a wonderful way to soothe a sore throat or relieve cold and flu conditions. How to make Herbal Lozenges: You will need about 4 ounces of your favorite herbal decoction, we recommend Blue Vervain, Echinacea or Sage.
Pour decoction into a bowl and add powdered Marsh Mallow root until you have a thick, paste like solution. Add drops of peppermint essential oil to mix. Make small lozenges by pinching small amounts of the mix between your fingers and shaping to size.Indian pharmaceutical sector accounts for about per cent of the global pharmaceutical industry in value terms and 10 per cent in volume terms, 20 per cent of global exports in generics, Indian.
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