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Chameli (Jasminum officinale): Exploring the Medicinal and Traditional Uses of an Enchanting Flower

Introduction: Chameli, scientifically known as Jasminum officinale, is a captivating and fragrant flowering plant that has enchanted people for centuries. Known by various names across different cultures, Chameli holds significant historical and contemporary importance. In this article, we will delve into the world of Chameli, exploring its remarkable characteristics, diverse uses, and cultivation techniques. Whether you are an avid gardener, a fragrance enthusiast, or simply curious about the wonders of nature, join us on this journey to discover the allure of Chameli and unravel its secrets. Description and Characteristics: Chameli, or Jasminum officinale, is a visually striking flowering plant with a graceful and elegant presence. It typically grows as a deciduous or semi-evergreen vine, though it can also be cultivated as a shrub. The size of Chameli varies depending on its growing conditions, but it can reach heights of 10 to 15 feet (3 to 4.5 meters) or even more in optimal

Powerful Natural herbs for Female Uterine Problems

Ashoka (Saraca Indica):

Ashoka is traditionally used in Ayurveda as a uterine tonic and used for the management of female reproductive problems. Ashoka is also a general herb for management of painful conditions during menstrual cycle. It works as uterine stimulant and increases uterine contractions. It also stimulates the ovarian tissue.

Ghritkumari (Aloe Vera):

Ghritkumari is described as multi functional herb in Ayurveda as blood purifier, anti inflammatory, diuretic, uterine tonic, spermatogenic, and laxative and fever reliever. It smoothes the flow of blood, relaxes uterine muscles and reduce excessive pain.

Ulatkamal (Abroma Augusta):

Ulatkamal increase and stimulate menstrual flow and work as uterine tonic. It is used in various intra-uterine diseases and other gynaecological disorders mostly related to menstrual cycle such as dysmenorrhoea, amenorrhoes, and gonorrhoea. It has abortifacient and anti fertility property.

Shatavari ( Asparagus Racemosus):

It contain saponins which hinder the oxytocic activity on uterine musculature, thereby maintain the spontaneous uterine motility and helpful in dysmenorrhea which comprises of painful menstruation without significant pelvic pathology.

Manjistha (Rubia Cordifolia):

It is used in the treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding, internal and external haemorrhage, bronchitis, rheumatism, stones in the kidney and gall bladder, diuretic, dysentery etc.

Ashwagandha (Widania Somnifera):

It has anti-inflammatory, aphrodisiac, semenogogue, and deobstruent properties. It is helpful to stimulate blood flow in the pelvic area and uterus; some stimulate menstruation.

Daruhaldi ( Berberis Aristata):

It is used traditionally for inflammations, high blood pressure, and for abnormal uterine bleeding

Kasis Bhasma (Ferrous Sulphate):

Kasis Bhasma is a iron source and helpful in treating diseases like anemia and menstrual disorders.

Lodhar (Symplocos Racemosa):

Lodhar is useful in treating female reproductive dysfunctions induced by cold restraint stress. It is also useful in various uterine disorders

Tagar (Valeriana Wallichii):

It is used in neurological, physiological and digestive disorders. It also has uterine stimulant property. It has analgesic and anti inflammatory action.

Pippali (Piper longum):

long pepper stimulates menstrual flow and to treat menstrual cramps, infertility, and loss of interest in sexual activity.

Kutki ( Picrorrhiza Kurroa):

It has widely applications in diseases like obesity, uterine fibroid, POCD, gall stone, hypothyroidism etc.


Dasmool is combination of herbs i.e. Aegle marmelos (Bilva root (golden apple tree), Premna integrifolia (Agnimantha root), Oroxylum indicum (Shyonaka root), Stereospermym suaveolens (Patala root), Gmelina arborea (Kashmari/Gambhari root), Solanum indicum (Brihati root), Solanum xanthocarpum (Kantakari root), Desmodium gangeticum (Shalaparni root), Uraria picta (Prishnaparni root), Tribulus terrestris (Gokshura root).

Dashmularishta cures post-partum and uterine infections, general weakness in women and resolves lactation issues

Guduchi (Tinospora Cordifolia):

Tinospora cordifolia is used for diabetes, high cholesterol, allergic rhinitis (hay fever), upset stomach, gout, lymphoma and other cancers, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), hepatitis, peptic ulcer disease (PUD), fever, gonorrhea, syphilis, and to boost the immune system

Chitrakmool (Plumbago Zeynalica):

Chitrakmool helps in preventing abdominal pain. It has stimulant, digestive, expectorant, laxative, abortifacient, antiperiodic properties and useful in the treatment of muscular pain, intestinal parasites, anemia, dysentery, fever or malaria and rheumatic diseases

Yastimadhu (Glycyrrhiza Glabra):

It is effective in excessive uterine bleeding and during menopause.

Nagarmotha (Cyperus Rotundus):

It regulates menstruation, and it is effective for signs such as menstrual irregularities, overdue periods, and abdominal pain during menstruation that is due to liver depression in emotionally inhibited women

Utizac (Sugar Free) 200 ml syrup

Each 5 ml contains Extract of Ashoka (Saraca Indica) 900 mg, Ghritkumari )Aloe Vera) 200 mg, Ulatkamal (Abroma Augusta) 200 mg, Shatavari ( Asparagus Racemosus) 150 mg, Manjistha (Rubia Cordifolia) 150 mg, Ashwagandha (Widania Somnifera) 100 mg, Daruhaldi ( Berberis Aristata) 100 mg, Kasis Bhasma (Ferrous Sulphate) 100 mg, Lodhar (Symplocos Racemosa) 100 mg, Tagar (Valeriana Wallichii) 100 mg, Pippali (Piper longum) 100 mg, Kutki ( Picrorrhiza Kurroa) 100 mg, Dasmool 75 mg, Guduchi (Tinospora Cordifolia) 50 mg, Chitrakmool (Plumbago Zeynalica) 50 mg, Yastimadhu (Glycyrrhiza Glabra) 50 mg, Nagarmotha (Cyperus Rotundus) 50 mg etc

Indication: Uterine Tonic, Dysmenorrhoea, Menorrhagia, Leucorrhoea, Menopausal syndrome etc.

Dosage: 10 ml twice a day with or as directed by medical practitioner.

Caution: To be Taken under the supervision of medical practitioner only.



The information provided here is for informational purposes only and should not replace professional medical advice. Always consult a qualified healthcare practitioner for personalized guidance.

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