Apamarga or Prickly Chaff - hand harvested and shade dried.
The Sanskrit word apamarga literally means that which keeps away the dhosas.The plant has been mentioned in several ancient manuscripts of Ayurveda as useful against parasites and miscrobes, and as a digestive
|Botanical Name||Achyranthes aspera|
|Ingredients||Apamarga - Prickly Chaff (stems and buds)|
Apamarga is pungent and bitter in taste. Because of its potency Apamarga has been mentioned in several ancient manuscripts of Ayurveda as an aid with digestion. It possesses light, dry,and sharp attributes. It is known to be useful in helping curb appetite as well.
Apamarga has many uses. Commonly is can be used in culinary dishes. Best known for a dish using rice and milk, May also be used as a tea. Add 1 tsp of herb to 2 cups of boiling water, steep for 10 minutes, sweeten if desired and drink. Perfect for an after dinner drink to help with digestion.
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