Basil Plant - Ingredients Nirdosh Cigarettes


Basil (Ocimum basilicum), of course, is popularly known as a splendid spice. When used as a tea, it is also an excellent remedy to stop vomiting.

The word 'basil' is derived from the Greek word "basileus" that means 'king'.  From the sacred Basil of India, to the sweet pungent Basil of Thailand, to the aromatic Basil of Egypt, this herb is abundant throughout the world and is common in many cuisines.  Most commonly associated with the Mediterranean cuisines of Italy, Greece and France, this herb (also known as Sweet Basil) is welcome in any kitchen.

Holy Basil (Ocimum sanctum), like sweet (culinary) basil, comes from India where it is revered as a sacred herb. The Egyptians burned a mixture of Basil and Myrrh to appease their gods. Sweet Basil was introduced in Europe as a seasoning for food. The herb has very important medicinal properties - notably its ability to reduce blood sugar levels. It also prevents peptic ulcers and other stress related conditions like hypertension, colitis and asthma. Basil is also used to treat cold and reduce fever, congestion and joint pain. Due to its antibacterial and fungicide action, Basil leaves are used on itching skin, insect biting and skin affections


Cloves (Caryophyllum aromaticus) are actually the dried buds of the clove tree. Used in China for more than two thousand years, legend has it that Cloves are an aphrodisiac. Although there isn't any evidence to back up this claim, we do know that oil of Clove is a time-honored remedy for toothache. Clove oil is highly antiseptic. It is also used to stop vomiting.

  • Ease toothache pain
  • Relieve indigestion
  • Control diarrhea
  • Heals cuts and bites

Liquorice root is an excellent aid for exhaustion and long term stress as it is an adrenal aid, it nourishes the adrenal glands and can help recovery from ME.

It is also a plant oestrogen and can help balance hormones, so it can be good for relieving symptoms of menopause and discomfort in menstruation.

It is also an anti-inflammatory so can help bring pain relief and reduce inflammation. It is good for Ulcers, gastritis, indigestion, dry coughs, pharyngitis, laryngitis, it makes a wonderful cough expectorant and relieves constipation.


In traditional Chinese medicineA whole medical system that originated in China. It is based on the concept that disease results from disruption in the flow of qi and imbalance in the forces of yin and yang. Practices such as herbs, meditation, massage, and acupuncture seek to aid healing by restoring the yin-yang balance and the flow of qi. and Ayurvedic medicineA whole medical system that originated in India. It aims to integrate the body, mind, and spirit to prevent and treat disease. Therapies used include herbs, massage, and yoga., turmeric has been used to aid digestion and liver function, relieve arthritis pain, and regulate menstruation.

Turmeric has also been applied directly to the skin for eczema and wound healing.

Today, turmeric is used for conditions such as heartburn, stomach ulcers, and gallstones. It is also used to reduce inflammation, as well as to prevent and treat cancer.

Turmeric's finger-like underground stems (rhizomes) are dried and taken by mouth as a powder or in capsules, teas, or liquid extracts. Turmeric can also be made into a paste and used on the skin.

 Gangal   Gangal is a stimulating aromatic, and has been successfully employed to aid the digestive process, preventing fermentation and removing flatus. It will be found especially useful in some forms of dyspepsia, preventing vomiting or sickness of the stomach, and facilitating digestion. It may be used in all cases in which a stimulating aromatic is indicated. It has some reputation as a remedy for perineal relaxation with hemorrhoids, and for a lax and pendulous abdomen. Its best form of administration is in tincture, the dose of which is from 1/2 to 1 fluid drachm. The powder may be given in doses of 15 to 20 grains; from 30 to 60 grains may be given in infusion. It is rarely prescribed at the present day.
 tendu leaf   Tendu leaves are non-tobacco herbs. It is primarily used for making of Bidi. Herbal Bidis are excellent mixture of many different and rare Herbs blended in right proportion, wrapped in a dry Leaf known as TENDU LEAF.

 Indian Cinnamon: Cinnamon oil is widely used in liniments, lotions, mouthwashes, soaps, toothpaste, and other pharmaceutical products and cosmetics. Claims have been made for cinnamon products as an analgesic, an antidiarrheal, and an antifungal. In Eastern and Western folk medicine, uses for cinnamon include treating abdominal pain, chest pain, chronic diarrhea, colds, female reproductive disorders, hypertension, kidney disorders, and rheumatism.

Cinnamon extracts have demonstrated significant inhibitory effects on strains of Helicobacter pylori and its urease, but a pilot study of an alcoholic cinnamon extract was ineffective in eradicating H. pylori in 15 subjects after twice-a-day dosing for 4 weeks.


The colloquial name for Bishop's weed is ajwain or ova and its botanical name is trachyspermum ammi.

Bishop’s weed is known to ayurveda since the very beginning and is included in most of the carminative mixtures because of its carminative properties. It was known to old greek medicine as well and is included in greek carminative formulas since then.

Traditional healers recommend this medicine to patients suffering from pain in the abdomen because it has antispasmodic properties. Ayurveda prescribes this medicine for the treatment of colicky pains, flatulence and digestive disorders. Oil extract of the seeds is used in non-specific diarrhea, dysentery, dyspepsia etc. The seeds are taken directly with hot water or in the form of decoction.

 Bedellium   * Indian Bedellium: Guggul is the yellowish resin (or gum) that is produced by the mukul Commiphora mukul tree, a small, thorny plant that grows throughout northern India. Guggul is also referred as guggul gum, guggal, gugglesterone, guggul, gugulu and gum gugal.

Indian researchers discovered an ancient Sanskrit medical text, Sushruta Samhita, in the 1960s.

This classical medical text prescribed guggul for the treatment of medoroga, a disease that closely resembles the symptoms of high cholesterol and hardening of the arteries. Indian scientists subsequently tested animals and found that guggul gum both lowered cholesterol levels and protected against the development of hardening of the arteries