What is the classification of Sida acuta?
Sida acutaSida acuta / Scientific name
What is Sida made of?
Sida cordifolia is a plant. The seeds, leaves, and root are used to make medicine. Sida cordifolia contains ephedrine, which is an amphetamine-like stimulant that can cause harmful side effects.
What is Sida acuta used for?
In Indian traditional medicine, the root of Sida acuta is extensively used as a stomachic, diaphoretic and antipyretic. It is regarded as cooling, astringent, tonic and useful in treating nervous and urinary diseases. It treats disorders of the blood, bile and liver. It is said to have aphrodisiac properties.
What is Sida acuta leaf?
Abstract. Sida acuta Burm. f., Malvaceae, is regarded as astringent, tonic and useful in treating urinary diseases and blood disorders, bile, liver and as treatment for nervous diseases.
What is Bala Ayurveda?
The word “Bala” refers to the strength and ability of the body or part of the body to cope up with various physical stressors. This term “Bala” refers to various body components and functions as per the science of Ayurveda.
What is bala BEEJ?
Sida cordifolia is commonly known as bala, it is a common weed that grows along wastelands and roadsides and is native to India. Bala is found throughout tropical and sub-tropical regions of India and Sri Lanka.
What is bala Ayurveda?
What is the health benefits of Bala?
Bala helps to control the symptoms of respiratory system problems like cough and cold. This is because it helps to balance Kapha and expel out the mucus from the lungs. It also helps to increase immunity due to its Rasayana (rejuvenating) property.
What is Bharangi?
Bharangi is a one of the common herbs used in the treatment of common cold, chronic sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, cough and other chronic respiratory problems. It is also an excellent dry cough home remedy. It is also used by Ayurveda for relief from fever and hyper-pyrexia.