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The use of honey has been in use since ancient times and the benefits of honey are also prominently mentioned in Ayurveda. For your information, let us tell you that honey is a liquid made by bees from the nectar of flowers. It is prepared by bees after a very lengthy process in several stages. Honey has got the status of a medicine in Ayurveda and now people all over the world have started using honey for sweetness as well.
Everyone knows the name of guggul, but for what other things apart from food, have you ever heard? In fact, the benefits of guggul are so many that guggul is used as a medicine in Ayurveda. Cutting the stem of guggul releases a gum-like substance and becomes solid after cooling. Guggul has an integral place in the herbal medicine of India.
Babul gum is very nutritious, which helps in removing many types of health problems.
Acacia gum is beneficial in removing the health problem of our body. Not many people know that acacia gum is extensively used in Ayurvedic treatment. The benefits of acacia prove beneficial in reducing weight, in removing problems related to the stomach, controlling diabetes etc.
Babul gum is very nutritious, which helps in removing many types of health problems. Its plant gum contains galactose, aldobio uronic acid and arabinobiosis, and the minerals calcium and magnesium.
Friends, herbs, and tree plants are very important contributors to our Ayurveda. In Ayurveda, leaves of herbs are used from flowers to root and gum. Today, we will talk about the benefits of tree glue. In fact, the stem of the glue tree is cut and then placed to dry. But it does not emerge from every tree. The glue used to eat is mostly used in kekar, acacia, and neem trees.
Katira is a glue extracted from the tree. Its thorny trees are found in hot stony areas in India. The liquid that is produced from its bark bites and twigs becomes white yellow and is called the glue of the tree.
Gond katira (Tragacanth gum) is a natural gum found in the mountain region of Middle East. This gum is tasteless, odorless, water-soluble, viscous obtain from the sap of plant and then dried. Gond katira plays a important role in Ayurvedic Treatment due to its medicinal properties. There are several health benefits of Gond katira but the best part is that this sap cools the body in summer and in winter, it heats up the body. Gond Katira is rich in magnesium, calcium and contain 3% protein.
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