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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

Suggest Ayurvedic immunity booster Products

There are number of Ayurvedic immunity booster products available:

Few are:

Gilzac-T 60 tab 

(Giloy and Tulsi Tablets)

Ingredients:
Each tablet contains
Giloy 500 mg
Tulsi 100 mg
Dosage: 1-2 Tablets twice a day or as directed by the physician


Giloy Plus Ras 450 ml 

Composition:
Giloy 50%
Tulsi 30%
Bhumiamla 20%
Dosage: 20-30 ml twice a day or as directed by the physician

Plat Pill Pro Tablets 6*1*15 pack:

Composition :
Each film coated tablet contains :
Carica Papaya Leaf Extract 1100 mg.
Tinospora Cordifolia Extract 200 mg.
Goat Milk Powder Extract 200 mg.
Excipients q.s.


Plat Pill Syrup 200 ml:

Compostion:
Giloy 40%, Papaya leaves 20%, Kiwi 15%, Tulsi 8%, Amla 7%, Aloevera 7%, Haritaki 1.5%, Black pepper 1.0% etc.

Retake Syrup 200 ml:




Shahi Trifala Kada:

Each 10 ml contains:
Harar (Terminalia Chebula) 30%
Bahera (Terminalia Belerica) 30%
Amla (Emblica Officinalis) 40%
Mulethi (Glycyrrhiza Glabra) 2%
Nosader (Ammonium Chloride) 1%
Kala Namak (Powder 0.5%
Alovera 0.5%


Shahi Aamla Plus Kwath

Each 10 ml contains:
Amla (Phyllanthus Emblica) 1 gm
Tulsi (Ocimum Sanctum Linn) 500 mg
Ashwgandha (Withania Somnifera) 500 mg
Shatawar (Asperagus racemosus) 250 mg
Giloy (Tinospora Cordifolia) 250 mg


Shahi Aloevera Plus Kwath:

Each 10 ml contains:
Aloe Vera 3 ml
Amla (Phyllanthus Emblica) 1 gm
PanchTulsi (Ocimum Sanctum Linn ) 250 mg
Shankpuspi (Convolvulus Pluricaulis) 250 mg
Bhrami (Bacopa Monnieri ) 250 mg


Panch Tulsi Drop

Composition : 
Each 1 ml contains :
Aqueous extract of following herbs :
Rama Tulsi (Ocimum Gratissimum) 60 mg
Shyama Tulsi (Ocimum Sanctum) 60 mg
Kapoor Tulsi (Ocimum Killimandscharicum) 60 mg
Van Tulsi (Osimum Basilicum) 60 mg
Rosary Tulsi (Ocimum Canum) 60 mg


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