Sunday, October 21, 2012

Pearl is an anti-aging agent for long, healthy, active life


Product Code166
Package90 Vege Capsules / 800 mg each
Serving Size
Adults take 1 capsule 2 or 3 times a day. Children above 8 take half the dose. Adjust the dose as per requirement. Use for a long period of time for progressive and long lasting results.


Pearl Calcium

Ayurvedic Rasyana

Rasayanas in Ayurveda is to nourish the blood, muscles, lymphs, nerves, brain, heart and lungs.
As an anti-aging agent for long, healthy, active life. A unique calcium and body tonic.
Supports healthy heart, eyes, skin, bones, liver, sexual organs, blood and energy circulation.
Revitalizes body and optimizes body functions.
Helps to lower the fast aging process and promotes well being. Pearl powder revitalizes the skin and catalyzes new skin cell growth. This traditional method of making calcium in ayurveda is different and superior to any chemical formulation.
Calcined Calcium as per Ayurvedic (science of life) theory is 40% lighter than other forms of calcium. This calcium has self assimilation qualities and gets absorbed with relatively high efficiency in our body. Ayurvedic Pearl calcium is the best calcium in the world.
Pearl - Sanskrit Name: Mukta (Mytilus margaritiferus or Pinctada margaritifera)
Source: Found in general molluscs inhabitating shallow seas and sandy banks.


Pearl mussel has nearly a semi circular cell, greenish in color and ornamented with the most beautiful nacre within. The nacre is employed in the arts and the fine pearls are produced from the extravasations of the nacre.Pearl is a valuable source of calcium and also contains traces of magnesium, zinc, strontium and selenium which aid in supplementing skin, bones, nails and teeth. It also contains 20-22 amino acids which are the building blocks of every living organism.
Varieties and Grading: Basically, there are two types of pearls viz. natural and cultivated. Natural pearls are much more expensive and much superior than cultivated pearls. The natural pearls used in herbalism are very small. The smaller pearls are more potent and effective. Some pearls are not much larger than a grain of salt. These very small pearls, which are softer, can be easily crushed and ground into very fine powder, which can be absorbed with relatively high efficiency by the digestive tract. Pearl can be fed to the skin both through external application and by taking as a supplement.
Contraindications: None Pearl is extremely safe. Safety studies on pearls have shown them to be absolutely harmless. It can be taken by anybody for the course of a lifetime without negative side effects.

Calcination (preparation of Mukta Bhasma)

Method of Purification: In medicinal purification the objects aimed at are:
Elimination of harmful matter
Modification of undesirable physical properties
Conversion of some of the characteristics
The enhancement of the therapeutic action and potentizing the material, known as "Sodhana" in Ayurveda.
In Ayurveda, Pearls are purified by boiling in the juice of Sesvania Aculeata (jianti) leaves for two to three hours. After purification, pearls are placed in earthen crucible, by adding Aloe Vera gel, covered with another earthen shallow plate, with the edges sealed with clay simmered cloth in seven consecutive layers, and dried. A pit is dug in an open space according to the required diameter, half the pit is filled with cow dung cakes and the sealed earthen crucible is placed over it and the remaining space is filled with more cow dung cakes. Fire is put on all four sides and the middle of the pit. When the burning is over, it is allowed to cool completely. The earthen container is removed, the seal is opened and the contents are taken out. These calcined pearls are grounded into a fine powder by adding more Aloe Vera gel and the above process is repeated again. This is known as pearl calcined powder (Mukta Bhasma).
Note: Calcined Calcium, as per Ayurvedic (science of life) theory, is 40% lighter than other forms of calcium and has self-assimilation qualities and gets absorbed with relatively high efficiency in our body.
Ayurvedic Pearl Calcium is the best calcium in the world.

Method of herbal process for multi natural nutritional properties

Once the calcination is complete, to enhance the multi dimensional properties of Pearl calcined powder (Mukta Bhasma), it is further triturated with the decoctions of herbs [it means that instead of mixing other ingredients, liquid extract of the same is put in a kharal (pistil mortar) and rubbed till it dries up]. The pearl again transforms into dry powder [this method is known in Ayurveda as Bhawana. This is the same method, which is applied to reduce all the metals in Ayurveda. In metals the powder is made into small round tikkies (pellets) for further calcination They carry the dry mass of the same herb. One by one with the extract of other herbs, the process is repeated. This process reduces the molecules of powder into smaller sizes (atoms), which is more effective due to increased solubility. (Usually fresh juice of herbs is taken in equal parts to the quantity of powder to be trituated.) Otherwise dry powder, 1/5 quantity is boiled with 8 times of water, boiled to half and filtered. The filtered solution is then taken and further processed with fresh juice of many herbs to raise its nutritional properties.
These herbs with details mentioned below
This traditional method of making calcium from pearls, in Ayurveda, is different and superior to any chemical formulation.


The powder is highly stimulant, tonic and aphrodisiac. As per Ayurveda, the other medical virtues, described to Pearl, are laxative, sedative, emetic and nutritive. The powder is used in heartburn and bilious affections. Pearl powder is useful in cough, phthisis and asthma, given twice a day with honey. Its chief use is in low fevers giving rise to burning sensation in the eyes, palms and soles. It reduces the yellowish tinge in the conjunctivae and in the urine due to low fever and checks the burning during micturition. It is also used as a cerebral tonic in nervous diseases like chronic headache, epilepsy and other convulsive attacks. It is used in piles, leucorrhoea, spermatorrhea and impotence. The powder is one of the ingredients in numerous Indian preparations used for potency, heart problems and consumption. Pearl powder is a rich source of calcium with self assimilation properties. All the illnesses due to calcium deficiency are easily covered by it. It is very useful for the eyes as it keeps the mind cool, blood pressure within the normal limits, digestive system in perfect order and improves vision.
Pearl powder is a natural moisturizer. It contains proteins, which renew the skin cells, vitamin B complex and Polysaccharides, which strengthen the muscles and enhance the metabolism.
Softens and cools the liver. Promotes healing and generates flesh. Has been known too slow down the process and signs of skin aging. Promotes smooth flow of blood and energy circulation. Calms and centers the mind.
Pearl is a valuable mineral source (calcium, magnesium, zinc, strontium, selenium) which Aids in supplementing skin and bones.
Contains dozens of amino acids that are necessary for maintaining health including the eight that cannot be produced by the body.
Promotes the activities of important natural antioxidant enzyme SOD which aides in the prevention of development of melanin, the main cause of freckles, dark patches and blemishes on the skin including pimples and boils.
Aids in the regeneration of skin cells which contribute to healthy, smooth and lustrous skin.

Other Uses

Detoxify the system
Clean and clear the skin
Remove age and other spots on the skin
Give the skin a younger appearance
Adjust the body energy
Relieve stress from the mind
Treat sore throat
Adjust the nervous system
Regulate the metabolism
Improve eyesight
Treat insomnia
Energize the body
Anti-aging agent for long, healthy, active life.
A unique natural calcium support for healthy bones and body tonic.
Support a healthy heart, eyes, skin, bones, liver, sexual organs, blood and energy circulation.
When pregnant women and breast feeding women consume Pearl Powder, it is believed to speed up bone development and promote intelligence in babies.
When used topically, it is famous for keeping skin smooth, soft and lustrous. Pearl powder revitalizes the skin and catalyzes new skin cell growth.

TRI-DOSHAR ( three humors)

There are three categories of herbs available in this formulation Vata (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water). Shamak (destroyer) herbs, which deal with imbalance of Tri-doshas (three humors). This formulation brings Vata (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water) in balance with each other and also it is a very good Rasayana (old age diminishing) formulation.
Tri-doshas ( three humors): Balancing of Tridosha (three humors) literally means air, fire, water in the balanced state in the body as per Ayurvedic theory of doshas (humors) (Indian herbal system).

Ayurvedic Herbs

1. Shankhapushpi (Convolvulus Pluricaulis)

Reduces spontaneous motor activity, reduces fighting response, persistent fall BP increased rate and force of contraction of heart, reputed brain tonic improve memory. This is Tridosha ( three humors) har, helps in growth of hairs, tones brain and a nervine vitalizer. Anti- leprotic, sleeplessness is cured, tonic to heart, helps in execration of urine. Mr. Ensaley says " This is very good remedy of Haemetemesias in urine micturation by its diuretic effect, it cures pyogenic infections. In females it promotes conceiving power and controls tendency to abort and uterine weakness. Tones uterus saves fetus.

2. Shatavari (Asparagus Racemosus)

Decoction of root: properties due to amalyse and lipase activity (enhances the bile and liver functioning), adaptogen, antistress, antitumor, antipasmodic, aphrodisiac, immuno-stimulant, equally effective in diabetes, oxytocic, demulcent, soothes the stomach and peptic ulcers. Keeps the blood pressure with in normal limits, cool in nature (soothing), Memory enhancer, it helps in enhancing production of seman (Vazikaran Rasayan), helps in nourishing foetus, (galactagogue) enhances the milk production in nursing women, has a diuretic effect, abortion tendency, Menorrhagia (excessive menstrual bleeding) and good for tuberculos patient, effective in curing the weakness of eyes. In women it improves the weight of memory glands. (Vatta (air) and Pitta (fire) Shamak)

3. Punarnava (Boerhavia diffusa)

(Punarnava means it provides new life- revives life) fresh juice of root is taken : (rich source of potassium , iron , magnesium and oxalic acid ) diuretic and anti -inflammatory, anti-hepatotoxic (removes toxins from the liver), anabolic, antistress and adaptogen, hypotensive, in oedema , useful in nephrotic syndrome (enhances kidney functioning), in geriatrics (Balances tridosahas Vatta (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water) due to its diuretic effect), it deals with the edema of upper and lower limbs (by excreting excessive fluid present in the upper and lower limbs). In-spite of its diuretic effect dehydration does not occur as it contains potassium and magnesium supplements.

4. Amla (Emblica officinalis)

A rich source of Gallic acid, tannic acid, albumin cellulose, calcium etc and a extremely rich source of natural vitamin C (that is Vitamin C is present 20 times more than orange juice. It helps in balancing Tridoshas ( three humors)as it itself Pitta (fire) Shamak, reduces burning senstaion and gives soothing effect, improves eye sight, nourishes hair growth. Fresh juice of fruit is used : adaptogen , antibacterial , antiemetic , antisposmodic (in respiratory diseases) , in hyperacidity , in liver disorders , tonic, natural source of Vitamin -C improves skin lustre , tonic to heart.

5. Ela (Cardamom)

This is Tridosha ( three humors) herb. Mouth freshener, controls thirst and indigestion, heart toner, powerful aromatic , cardiac stimulant , carminative, stomachic, and diuretic, expel-wind .checks nausea, vomiting and headache.

6. Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)

Juice of fresh leaves : antibacterial, antifungal and antitubercular, antistress, hypotensive, anti asthamatic , anti-inflammatory and -asthmatic, for peptic ulcer, colitis, liver disorders, adaptogen, expectorant, antipyretic , stimulating expectorant , in stomach and gastric disorders. This is Kapha (water) vatta (air)  shamak, helps to overcome the feelings of excessive heat (Fever). It increases Pitta (fire) and a strong anti - cancerous property.

7. Kutki (Picorrhiza Kurroa)

Used for ineffective and viral hepatitis immunostimulant, adaptogenic, for bronchial asthma, diuretic, laxative and skin infections. Anti -inflammatory (deep seated inflammation of tissues). It protect the body from viral diseases by its anti viral effect, improves the working of liver which ultimately improves the digestion and absorption of other ingredients.

8. Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)

Fresh juice adaptogen , antiallergy , bronchodilator , antibacterial , antifungal , antiprotozoal, antidiabetic, antirheumatic, anti - inflammatory , in liver disorders , in hyperacidity , in urinary disorders , tonic and immunostimulant. It is known as Amrita in Ayurveda, which literally means that by eating this herb one will remain young, and disease free through out his life. Tridosha (three humors) shamak (balances all Vatta (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water)). It reduces the excessive feverish feeling. Improves muscular skeleton system and enhances growth.

9. Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)

Kapha (water), Vatta (air) shamak increase Pitta (fire), used antiarthritic and anti- inflammatory , antitumour, antipeptic ulcer, anti-stress, adaptogen, aphrodisiac, growth promoter, immunostimulent, nervine, sedative and anxiolytic. Almost all are adaptogenic tonic, and immunostimulants, overcomes uterine colic, has got diuretic effect and growth promoter. It is somewhat heavy food to digest.

10. Gokhru (Tribulus terrestris)

This is Vatta (air) pitta (fire) shamak; it helps in renal coilc reducing pain by its diuretic effect and by dissolving original stones. It clean and clear urino gentio system, contains potassium in adequate form. Helps in reducing inflammation of heart and kidneys, fruit is used. It is a strong vajikaran Rasayan (sex power enhancer), and promotes retention of ejaculation. It activates working of supera reneal glands and enhances the production of semen. Its diuretic property is due to its Kapha (water) nature.

11. Manjishta (Rubia cordifolia)

Rubia cardifolia root Alterative, diuretic, emmenagouge; astringent; antiseptic; pigment stimulatory colouring agent, liver and spleen disorders; in rickets due to calcium and delayed bone consolidation, excellent Blood purifier.

12. Vidhara beej (Argyreia specaosa)

This is the herb, which diminishes the old age and its ailments. Kapha (water) vatta (air) Shamak, brain and heart tonic and nervine tonic, enhances the production of semen, diminishes uterine inflammation, it improves intellect, strengthens body and prevents effect of age, youth enhancer.

13. Ipomoea digilata (Biadarikand)

14. Rose petals

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One of the benefits of having capsules is that capsules have a consistent disintegration time, typically less than 30 minutes i.e. the capsule shell takes about 30 minutes to disintegrate once it has been eaten. Another benefit of taking capsules is that the capsule shell offers excellent protection for oxygen sensitive ingredients so capsulated supplements will stay fresher longer.
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This attention to detail produces a finished extract that optimally represents the herb from which it is made. Our extracts are very rich in the aroma, taste and contain bioactive compounds of the original herbs themselves. They are easily and optimally absorbed and assimilated by the body, and therefore their health-promoting effects are promptly felt.
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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Uses of Essential Rosewater

A close friend asked me to post about Rose water & it's benefits - so here goes. Rose water is a staple in Lebanon. It's a must in the house whether to be used for baking or as home remedies for skin irritations & more.Rose water is a by-product of Rose Oil. During the preparation of Rose essential oil, a distillation process is used & the oil is separated from the water - making both a Rose Oil & Rose Water. Both the rose oil & the rose water contain a beautiful scent & natural healing properties. Rose water contains a variety of nutrients and vitamins; one vitamin that is highly available in rose water is Vitamin C (a must in everyone's diet). Vitamin A can also be found in rose water, as well as antioxidants - such asflavonoids (Quercetin - allergy suppressant, gallic acid, malic acid, citronellol geraniol and more.Rose is a natural astringent (contracts tissues and canals of body, diminishes blood or mucus discharge) with anti-inflammatory properties. It has hydrating & rejuvenating affects on the skin.
Please note that these benefits are only found in genuine natural rose water - some manufacturers produce synthetic rose water which have no therapeutic value. It is important you obtain the right product to see results
Astringent -Contracts tissues -Diminishes blood/mucus discharge Relieve Eye Irritation & Infection
  • Applied by cotton swab, dab eye lid & around the eye area to relieve eye irritation
  • Also helps reduce puss due to conjunctivitis or bacterial infections of the eye. Antiseptic.
  • Apply throughout the day, especially before bed and after waking up.
  • Anti-inflammatory
Facial Toner
  • Helps absorb excess Oils
  • Helps in controlling Acne
Diminish Wrinkles & Pores
  • Tightens pores
  • Reduces appearance of fine lines
Soothes Headaches
  • Dab on temples and eye area to ward off or soothe headaches.
Reduces Skin Redness
  • Diminishes the redness caused by enlarged capillaries.
  • May help reduce or stop bleeding in minor cuts & wounds
  • Cleanses cuts & wounds
Aperient -Laxative -Purgative Constipation
  • Helps in relieving constipation & gas
Carminative -Relieves FlatulenceGas / Flatulence
  • Helps in relieving constipation & gas
Refrigerant -Cooling effectAfter Shave
  • Reduces irritation after shaving
Hives Rashes Chicken Pox Eczema
  • Mixed with Corn Starch - Reduces Irritation & diminishes Itch
Sunburn Soother
  • Soothes & cools sunburned skin
  • slightly disinfects skin to help in preventing infection & irritation
Cardiac Tonic -Stimulates & Strengthens Heart MetabolismHeart Health
  • Aids in Circulation
  • used in treatments for heart disease
  • Anti-inflammatory
Other Properties Make-up Setting Spray
  • Add it to spray bottle
  • Spritz lightly over your face.
  • It will set your makeup and gave you a dewy finish for hours.
Body Mist
  • Add it to spray bottle
  • Spritz lightly.
  • (Add a couple drops of Rose oil to enhance smell)
  • Add to shampoos to give refreshing smell & help soften & condition hair.
  • Pour over head while showering - can reduce inflammation of the scalp,
  • Can increasing blood supply to the scalp and promotes hair growth.
Natural Cleanser
  • With the addition of a few drops of Rose Oil, you could make a natural cleanser.
Make-up Remover
  • With a cotton swab, you could use Rose water as a make-up remover.
  • apply in a circular motion (take note not to press hard, so as to not irritate the skin)
Balances skin pH
  • Helps in controlling dry & oily skin
  • Soothes dermatitis conditions ie. eczema
Hot Bath
  • Add to a hot bath for relaxation help
  • Helps in trapping moisture - making skin smooth & firm
  • Relieve fatigue
  • Improve your mood
  • Reduces stress and depression
Emotional & Psychological
  • Mild sedative and anti-depressant
  • Improves Mood
  • Reduces stress
  • Relieves Nervous tension
Air Freshener
  • Just as a body mist, this natural remedy can be used on both the body & in the home.
  • Spritz Rose water (with a few drops Rose oil) for a refreshing scent
  • Rose water is used in many desserts & baking recipes.
  • Some use it as a substitute for vanilla extract

Uses of Essential Rosewater
By Lucille Verrier, eHow ContributorRosewater has become well known for its versatility.
Rosewater, also known as "rose hydrosol," is used extensively for its wide range of properties, including flavoring, aromatic, therapeutic and ceremonial. It was also used by upper classes of the past. According to, "As a further reminder of her love to Mark Anthony, Cleopatra had the sails of her ships soaked in rosewater so that the scent of the rose on the breeze alerted her lover of her impending arrival -- well before she could be seen."

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  • Due to its distinctive flavor, rosewater is used in a variety of traditional recipes in the Middle East, India, Indonesia and Western Europe. This includes such dishes as puddings, custards, cakes, scones, candy, ice cream, syrups, mousses, rice, cookies, turnovers, jellies, fancy desserts and fondues. It is used in drinks and as a non-alcoholic alternative to wine. A 2004 issue of the "Saudi Aramco World" reported that "Rose water offers a way to refine the socially ubiquitous glass of tea, and it is now often offered as a healthful caffeine-free 'white coffee.' "
  • Mixing rosewater into an unscented moisturizing cream or oil creates a luxurious rose-scented massage. Spraying rosewater on bed linens, on a yoga mat, in a room, or directly onto skin and hair adds an infusion of its sweet fragrance. Use a bottle with a nozzle that provides a fine mist to maximize the effect. Add it to bath water to enhance the experience of relaxation. Dab it onto the skin as a light perfume. Instead of plain water, rosewater may be used to add its particular aroma to anything, including laundry water as did the Elizabethans. Cleopatra was known to use it as an aphrodisiac.
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  • Rosewater has been prized for centuries as a natural antiseptic and anti-bacterial solution. It is used to prevent and treat eye infections as an eyewash. It can also reduce the effects of such skin conditions as acne, wrinkles, redness and puffiness. Apply rosewater by itself as a moisturizer to hydrate dry skin and lips, to soothe sunburned skin, and to relieve such skin irritations as insect bites. It can restore the natural luster of nails and hair, and brighten a dull complexion. It is also beneficial when used in aromatherapy. reports that it "offers a soothing property to the nerves and emotional /psychological state of mind. It is regarded as a mild sedative and anti-depressant."
  • Rosewater is prominently featured in certain cultural ceremonies and traditions. At the end of a Muslim wedding banquet, the hands and faces of guests are sprinkled with rosewater using special hand-held sprinkler bottles. It is also used to greet guests and as a body cleanser before praying. states that "Throughout history rose water has been widely used to purify and cleanse places of worship" and indicates that the Taj Mahal is no exception. Rosewater is also a fundamental ingredient in love potions and amulets.