On the Indian subcontinent, people have used andrographis for thousands of years. Andrographis is a plant that is quickly becoming famous all over the world. It is often called the "King of Bitter" or the "Indian Echinacea." Our andrographis powder is made from the flowering tops of the plant, which are usually picked in the fall when they are in full bloom.
Andrographis paniculata is an annual herb that grows in India and Sri Lanka. It has branches and is leafy. It has become naturalized in Asia and on a few Caribbean islands. It is often grown on farms and in home gardens. Andrographis is a part of the Acanthaceae family. It grows up to three feet tall and has small pink or white flowers with purple spots. Andrographis grows in wet, quiet places. It does well on hillsides, fields, and soils that have been messed with.
Andrographis has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years because it has health benefits. It is a home medicine that can be found in stores all over Asia. It is used to treat a wide range of problems. Andrographis is called kalmegh in Ayurveda. It was used to help the defense system work every day, as a remedy, and as a medicine for the digestive system. Andrographis is often added to mixtures of Ayurvedic herbs that are good for the liver. Andrographis is called chuan xin lian in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Bitter and cold on an energetic level, the herb's upper parts are used as a bitter stimulant to clear heat, dry dampness, and shorten the length and symptoms of wintertime annoyances.
Our farm partners in India grow the plants that make up our andrographis powder in a healthy way. This powder is of high quality and can be used in a number of herbal products. It is sometimes mixed with echinacea. Because andrographis powder is bitter, it is often mixed with water to make a watery extract.
Andrographis has mostly been looked at for colds, flu, and other diseases of the upper nasal tract. In traditional medicine, the Andrographis paniculata plant is used to treat infections and fevers. In the lab, it has been shown to be antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and immune-stimulating.
◉ Fights the Common Cold:- Andrographis is used to make cold symptoms like a sore throat and cough go away faster. Indian and Chinese herbal medicine has used the plant for years to treat colds, flu, and coughs.
Studies show that the plant's products may help relieve breathing symptoms and shorten the time it takes for symptoms to go away.
Researchers have also found that using andrographis alone helped people with upper nasal infections.
◉ Lowers Fever:- Andrographis is known as a cold plant that can get rid of heat and fever in the body. Researchers have found that it can also help get rid of toxins in the body.
◉ Reduces Inflammation:- Research shows that the main part of the plant, called andrographolide, can reduce inflammation caused by histamine, adrenaline, and dimethyl benzene by a lot.
Andrographis has been used to treat health problems like ulcerative colitis and rheumatoid arthritis because it reduces inflammation.
◉ Fights Infections and Boosts Immunity:- Andrographis has been used for a long time to treat the signs of lung diseases and boost the immune system. It has qualities that kill bacteria and viruses that have been shown to fight illnesses.
Compounds in the plant have shown that they can kill Salmonella, Shigella, E. coli, and Staphylococcus aureus. Research also shows that andrographolide is antiviral and can stop virus growth and the spread of disease caused by viruses.
Where can i buy andrographis powder?
Andrographis Powder can be found online!. Buy it at the Tea Store NYC - Alive Herbals.
|Product Name||Andrographis Powder.|
|Scientific Name||Andrographis paniculata.|
|Country of Origin||Originally from native to India. Packaged in the USA.|
|Taste & Aroma||It's is one of the most bitter herbs.|
|Shelf Life & Storage||Shelf Life is about 06 – 12 months.The best way to store them is in a cool, dark place with a lid that keeps out air.|
|Precautions||We requested you, Before consuming spices, herbs, teas or any kind of natural products you consult an expert qualified healthcare practitioner or herbalist.|
|Notice||This product information has not been appraised by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For educational purposes only.|