Aloe Vera, sometimes described as a “wonder-plant”, is a small-stemmed shrub. Aloe is a genus that includes more than 500 species of juicy flowering plants. In North Africa, there are many aloe naturally. Aloe Vera has been the subject of much scientific study over the past few years regarding its claimed therapeutic properties.
Amla is found in both summer and winter seasons. Amla is a fruit that has acid, alkali, salt, acid, sweet and astringent properties together. This avoids ‘Tridosha’. Amla provides immunity to the body by replenishing Shatras. Amla has been called Amrit fruit in Ayurveda due to its many properties. Amla is more commonly used in Ayurvedic medicines. Among the scholars and texts of Ayurveda, haraad and amla are considered the best among the Vanaushadhi.
Wheat tides have the power to make pure blood, only then the juice of these tides has been called ‘Green blood’. One reason for calling it green blood is that both wheat sorghum juice and human blood have PH. Factor 7.4 is the reason, due to which its juice is consumed and its absorption in the blood is accelerated.
Chlorophyll is the most important element of wheat sorghum. It occurs in special types of cells called chloroplasts. Chloroplasts produce nutrients with the help of sun rays. It is called ‘concentrated sun power’. Although there is chlorophyll in all green vegetation, but the chlorophyll of wheat sorghum is very good. Apart from chlorophyll, it also contains high amount of calcium and anti-oxidant.