Aphrodisiac

Health benefits of Semecarpus anacardium

Health benefits of Semecarpus anacardium

Semecarpus anacardium, commonly known by different names such as Bibba, Bhilwa, Ballataka etc is a close relative of the cashew nut. A native to India, especially the sub-Himalayan region, central,…Read more
Health Benefits of Damiana

Health Benefits of Damiana

Damiana, scientifically known as Turnera diffusa is a shrub that produces aromatic flowers and is well known for its aphrodisiac properties. Although there is no scientific evidence to prove the…Read more
Health benefits of truffle

Health benefits of truffle

In spite of the fact that truffles are truly a tasty treat, there are several other reasons why you should be eating it, the most important of all being the…Read more
Health Benefits of Mucuna pruriens

Health Benefits of Mucuna pruriens

Mucuna pruriens or the velvet bean has been recognized for hundreds of years for its aphrodisiac properties, ability to enhance mood, improve libido and increase the production of testosterone. Native…Read more
Health benefits of Chironji

Health benefits of Chironji

Often used as a substitute for almonds, Charoli seeds are full of health benefitting nutrients and an important element in Ayurvedic medicine. Charoli (Buchanania lanzan) or the Chironji tree is…Read more
Health benefits of tiger nut

Health benefits of tiger nut

Tiger nut (Cyperus esculentus) is often mistaken to be a nut but it is actually a tuber that has its origins in the subtropical and warm temperature regions of the…Read more
Health Benefits of Asparagus

Health Benefits of Asparagus

We know Asparagus as spring vegetable. Asparagus officinalis is the commonly known edible species of Asparagus. It is part of family of Liliaceae, which includes onion, garlic and other onion…Read more
Health benefits of Vanilla

Health benefits of Vanilla

Vanilla

Scientific Name: Vanilla Fragrans or Vanilla Planifolia

Vanilla follows saffron and cardamom as the most expensive spice. Vanilla is native to Brazil, Indonesia, Madagascar and Mexico. Vanilla is one of the most popular flavoring agents for chefs and amateur cooks alike. In fact in the older days Vanilla’s use was only restricted for the royalty because of the pricey nature.