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நிலவேம்பு சூரணம் Nilavembu / Kalmegh / king of Bitters Chooranam

நிலவேம்பு சூரணம்  Nilavembu / Kalmegh / king of Bitters Chooranam
நிலவேம்பு சூரணம் Nilavembu / Kalmegh / king of Bitters Chooranam

Nilavembu also called king of bitters in English. Nila means soil and vembu means neem, the name exactly means an herb that grows close to the soil that is as sour as neem, nilavembu is very very tart, presently like neem. Andrographis paniculata is erect plant with height of 30–110 cm.

Botanical Name         : Andrographis paniculata.

English Name             : Kalmegh/king Of Bitters.

Tamil Name                : நிலவேம்பு / Nilavembu / கிரியாத்தை

Hindi Name                : eचरायता / Chirayatha.

Malayalam Name      : നിലംകാഞ്ഞിരം / കയറിയതു / നിലവേപ്പ് / കാകാഞ്ഞിരം /കിരിയാട്ടു / Nilamkanjiram, Kiriyathu, Nelavepu, Kaakanjiram, Kiriyattu.

Telugu Name             : Nల WFంబj / Nila Vembu.

About Nilavembu (Kalmegh / King of Bitters): -

Kalmegh | Nilavembu also called king of bitters in English. Nila means soil and vembumeans neem, the name exactly means a herb that grows close to the soil that is as sour as neem, nilavembu is very tart, presently like neem. Andrographis paniculata is erect plant with height of 30–110 cm. Its stem is slender dark green, squared in cross-section with longitudinal furrows and wings along the angles.The lance-shaped leaves have hairless blades measuring up to 8 centimetres long by 2.5 wide. The small flowers are borne in spreading racemes. The fruit is a capsule around 2 cm long and a few mm wide. It contains many yellow brown seeds.

Procurement & Agriculture Method: -

90% of Our Herbs are Wild crops and 100% organic by nature, remaining 10% are organically grown, dried, and pulverized with no chemical or preservatives.

Disclaimer: -

The Consumption details and benefits listed out in our website are taken from Tamil ancient books and Siddha records, as well as its been further fine-tuned by our Siddha Doctors Team. Any how you are requested to consult your Doctor before use.

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How to consume Nilavembu (Kalmegh / King Of Bitters) Internally: -

• Morning - Mix 5 gms of powder in 100 ml water, Boil the content for few minutes. once the water gets warm, filter the content and drink it before food. Repeat the same for Evening Dosage after dinner.

• Diabetic: A simple decoction made by boiling 15 to 20 leaves of fresh or dried kalmegh leaves in a cup of water till it is reduced in half can be used for treating diabetic patients.

• Dengue: Take 1 part of a single papaya leaf, 10 kalmegh leaves, 5 peppercorns and 1 tbsp of palm candy powder, pound it once in a mortar and pestle and boil till it is reduced to half a cup.Drink it for 3 days in an empty stomach.

How to Apply Nilavembu (Kalmegh / King of Bitters) Externally:

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Internal Benefits of Nilavembu (Kalmegh / King Of Bitters): -

• It has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties, but most commonly used for common cold, sinus infections, general inflammation, pain, and detoxification also used for for Diabetes, Arthritis, Liver diseases and Allergies.

External Benefits of Nilavembu (Kalmegh / King of Bitters): - 

NA.

Rs.45.00
Ex Tax: Rs.42.86
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: Chooranam
  • Weight: 50.00g
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