Akarkara Herb

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What is Akarkara?

Akarkara (Anacyclus pyre-thrum) is an herb with several medicinal uses. This herb is used in Ayurveda, Unani and herbal medication tradition and belongs to the Asteraceae family of plants. Its botanical name is Anacyclus Pyre-thrum. This herb is also widely used in the science of Homeopathy . Known for its aphrodisiac effect on the body, the plant has many other benefits and is used in the form of dried powder.

Ayurveda For Beginners: What’s Your Dosha?

Ayurveda is the holistic science of healing which was developed about 5000 – 6000 years ago in India. Literally, it means The Science Of Life (Ayur = Life, Veda = Science) and has age old secrets to perfect health and healing. Today, we explain how Ayurveda works at the most basic level. This will help you find out a little more about how your body and mind work and why things that go wrong, go wrong in the first place.

What Are The Three Doshas?

Ayurveda is largely based on the principle of the Three Doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Simply put, your Dosha is a blend of your physical, mental and emotional characteristics. Your health and your nature stem from your body constitution which is made up of these three Doshas. Each person has all
three Doshas but one or two of them dominate to create your unique constitution. Here is a brief outline of the three Doshas:

Ayurveda For Beginners: What’s Your Dosha?

Ayurveda is the holistic science of healing which was developed about 5000 – 6000 years ago in India. Literally, it means The Science Of Life (Ayur = Life, Veda = Science) and has age old secrets to perfect health and healing. Today, we explain how Ayurveda works at the most basic level. This will help you find out a little more about how your body and mind work and why things that go wrong, go wrong in the first place.

Anacyclus Pyrethrum (Akarkara) Benefits, Uses & Side Effects

Anacyclus Pyrethrum (also called Akarkara) is Indian Medicinal plant used in ayurvedic, Unani and herbal medicines worldwide for the treatment of men’s diseases, common cold, toothache and pyorrhea.

Anacyclus Pyrethrum or Akarkara has libido stimulant and aphrodisiac properties, so it improves physical strength and performance during physical contact.

Phytochemistry (Chemical Composition)

The exact biochemical composition of Anacyclus Pyrethrum is not well known. Some Studies suggested that Akarkara root contains alkaloid PELLITORIN (PYRETHRIN) and ALKYL AMIDES. ALKYL AMIDE in the Akarkara roots is made of TYRAMINE amides and ISOBUTYLAMIDES. ALKYL AMIDES have libido stimulant and neuroprotective properties.  The aerial parts of Akarkara plant contain ANACYCLIN. Other active constituents are INULIN, SESAMIN and HYDROCAROLIN.

Summary of Anacyclus pyrethrum

Anacyclus pyrethrum is a pro-fertility and virility enhancing herb that is currently in preliminary testing in rodents. The main bio actives in this plant are the alkylamides (similar to Spilanthes Acmella and Macao), and preliminary evidence seems to confirm its traditional claims of fertility and libido enhancement as well as its role as a ‘brain tonic’ (since it appears to have anti-amnesiac and anti-convulsive effects).

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