Health Benefits of Ayurvedic Antioxidant Supplements

Free radicals contribute to a multitude of diseases. Antioxidants-rich diet helps prevent tissue degeneration and prolong aging.
Rasshmie Salunkhay Apr 12, 2019
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Antioxidants are your body’s first line of defense. They counteract and reverse the damage done by free radicals thereby cleaning them from your bloodstream. Albeit our body produces antioxidants, it produces far more free radicals. Antioxidants help maintain the balance between the two.
Ayurveda has gifted us an array of natural antioxidant-rich herbs. The potential beneficial effects of these herbs can be procured by consuming them as dietary, nutritional and anti-aging supplements.

Clove

Clove is more than just an aromatic spice. It fights inflammation, boosts immunity and promotes healthy digestion. Its benefits are due to the natural antioxidant eugenol that reduces oxidative stress and prevents development of chronic disease.

Holy Basil

Phenolics, account for a bulk of Holy Basil's antioxidant properties. It exhibits antimicrobial, anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer activities. Ayurveda has been using Holy Basil for centuries, as a remedy for fever, headache, anxiety, nausea, hypertension and convulsions.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon is packed with powerful antioxidants, such as polyphenols. It is helpful when inflammation turns chronic, against our body tissues. It's a well known remedy to reduce your heart disease risk and bad cholesterol too.

Amla

Amla is loaded with super-charged antioxidant groups like flavonoids, polyphenols and tannins. Amla, in its original form or as part of the formula Chyawanprash, can do wonders in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels. Amla is the key ingredient of this ayurvedic superfood. It aids rapid utilization of glucose in cells and removal of glucose from the blood.

Turmeric

Turmeric is known for dramatically accelerating body's antioxidant capacity. Curcumin, a potent antioxidant in turmeric neutralizes the free radicals that react with organic substances such as proteins, fatty acids or DNA. It also counter-attacks free radicals, blocks them and stimulates your body's own antioxidant defenses.
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