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Reverse Aging With Ayurvedic Herbs

Ayurveda provides an effective holistic solution for combatting the natural process of aging. Ayurvedic herbs contain powerful anti-aging benefits that promote long life and good health in body and mind.

Centella asiatica leaf extract has been demonstrated to possess both in vitro and in vivo anti-aging effects (4).

Fo-ti is a Chinese herb known for its longevity tonic properties. It reduces fatigue, improves mental clarity, and acts as a natural antibiotic.


Ginseng is an anti-aging supplement with multiple benefits for your skin. It helps improve collagen production, smooth deep wrinkles and decrease pigmentation while improving your lipid layer and balancing pH levels to provide smooth and flawless texture in any type of skin type. Ginseng should be included as part of any healthy ageing toolkit for all skin types – and especially during cold weather months to keep skin hydrated and keep wrinkles at bay!

Plantain has been used for millennia to treat everything from fatigue and stress to headaches, asthma and cancer. As one of the world’s most widely consumed herbs, it’s often called an “adaptogen,” meaning it helps your body cope better with mental or physical stressors.

Ginseng contains saponins known as ginsenosides that act as its main active components, boasting dammarane triterpenoid structures with sugar moiety binding sites at C-3, C-6, and C-20 positions. Nearly 50 of these compounds have already been identified with new ones constantly being discovered – they’ve been demonstrated to possess anticancer, diabetes management, immunomodulatory effects as well as cognitive enhancement properties including improving memory retention.

Ginseng has been shown to prevent oxidative damage by decreasing oxygen-derived free radical production and decreasing apoptosis, as well as inhibiting tumor formation in animals as well as human cancer cells. Furthermore, it possesses chemopreventive effects by blocking chemical carcinogen-induced tumor development in rats.


Horsetail is an herb commonly found in moist climates worldwide. Characterized by thin green stems that resemble horse tails and growing perennially from spring through fall. Horsetail has long been utilized by ancient cultures for medicinal uses and boasts rich antioxidant and silica content (1).

Silica is an essential trace mineral necessary for flexible joints and glowing skin, strengthening bones, tendons and preventing osteoporosis. Ancient Greeks used Horsetail to promote wound healing and staunch bleeding while Native Americans utilized its cleansing effects as kidney tonic and urinary tract cleanser. (2)

Studies demonstrate the natural diuretic properties of Horsetail help reduce fluid retention by stimulating kidneys to release water and eliminating excess toxins, without negative side effects such as pharmaceutical diuretics would produce. (3)

Horsetail’s high silica content also makes it an effective supplement for hair health, helping strengthen individual strands to combat dandruff and split ends while decreasing dandruff levels and split ends. Furthermore, research published by Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology indicates that Horsetail may aid in hair growth – those taking Horsetail had noticeably healthier, shinier locks 90 and 180 days post consumption!


Oregano is one of the world’s most beloved herbs, used in countless dishes for its sharp and pungent flavor. Additionally, oregano serves as an effective natural remedy that reverses aging by providing antioxidant protection from free radicals that cause inflammation while simultaneously strengthening immunity against diseases like heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

Oregano contains compounds such as thymol and carvacrol that possess potency antibacterial properties. A study conducted on oregano oil found it more effective against 23 distinct strains of bacteria than either sage or thyme oils; as such it can be used to combat infection of the nose, throat and ear as well as treat cold symptoms; it even has antiviral properties to help treat herpes outbreaks.

Oregano contains antioxidants which may help slow down the aging process by protecting liver from damage and reducing oxidative stress caused by chronic diseases, as well as helping prevent premature aging and related chronic illnesses. You can add oregano into salads or use as seasoning in cooked dishes; sauces and soups.

When shopping for oregano, seek organic varieties grown without pesticides and chemicals. When choosing fresh oregano leaves and stems with vibrant green hues are preferred over dried varieties as fresher oregano offers stronger and more intense flavors than its dried counterpart. Dry varieties can usually be found in most grocery store spice aisles but it is always better to purchase fresh varieties as it contains stronger aromas than its dried counterpart.


Rosemary is renowned as a natural antidepressant and memory booster. According to studies, rosemary can prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine which boosts cognitive function and alertness while simultaneously increasing circulation and preventing gastrointestinal problems. Furthermore, rosemary may help stimulate production of bile for improved digestion as well as being used as an herbal tea or food seasoning; its powerful sebum balancing properties make it ideal for skin care as well.

Rosemary can also serve as a natural air freshener. Simply place several sprigs of fresh rosemary in a saucepan or crock pot that is two-thirds filled with water, simmer on low, allow them to steep for several minutes and remove before taking them out of your home for fresh and clean scent. It will leave an enjoyable pine aroma as well as leave behind an invigorating, relaxing scent!

Rosemary is an effective anti-inflammatory herb, helping reduce bloating and stomach cramps associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Additionally, this powerful medicinal plant can treat numerous digestive issues including IBS. One study even demonstrated its cancer-fighting capabilities by inhibiting tumor growth – this suggests rosemary might inhibit ovarian cancer cells; further research is necessary to pinpoint its exact mechanism of action so its use should only be undertaken sparingly for now.


Thyme is an annual wild herb rich in antioxidants that’s packed with medicinal benefits. These include anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal benefits. Furthermore, its essential oil contains 20-55% thymol – an antibiotic and antiseptic agent. Thyme extracts and oils have also been shown to prevent inflammation conditions like gastroesophageal issues or respiratory infections by providing protection from oxidative damage with its powerful phenolic antioxidant compounds – its extracts also reduce hypertensive patients’ blood pressure as well as improve circulation to both brain and joints.

Psychologically, inhaling the fragrant fragrance of thyme can serve to uplift spirits and bolster self-esteem, as well as foster courage during times of uncertainty or fear. Pliny the Elder once claimed that its powerful aroma could put “all venomous creatures to flight”.

Ayurveda and Siddha medicine utilize a mixture of 30mL (1 fl oz) of Thyme Oil and Peppermint Oil to relieve stomach pain, stress, fatigue, indigestion, and abdominal bloating. When mixed with Jojoba or Grapeseed oils for massage use it can assist digestion by soothing belly ache relief while simultaneously decreasing inflammation in the digestive tract and reduce its associated discomforts. You could even add it into moisturizer or body wash products for maximum impact!


Gotu kola (Centella asiatica) is native to wetlands in India and Asia and widely respected for its rejuvenating properties in both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Ayurveda as an anti-ageing herb with healing effects for both skin and brain health. When taken internally or topically it has shown to improve cognition, decrease anxiety levels and lower stress markers on skin while healing wounds, increasing collagen formation, strengthening blood vessels, as well as providing anti-ageing benefits.

One of the primary gotu kola benefits is its ability to defend against the oxidative damage wrought by chronic inflammation. A potency antioxidant, it protects against harmful free radicals responsible for premature aging and disease while simultaneously stimulating new cell production while helping existing ones from becoming sagging over time. Furthermore, gotu kola can speed healing of scars while simultaneously preventing cellulite from appearing on your skin surface.

Gotu kola is packed with skin-nourishing nutrients such as Vitamin C, flavonoids and triterpene saponins that provide powerful rejuvenating benefits for the body. As such, this rejuvenating herb can be taken either directly as a supplement or added to skincare products such as our Organic Anti-Aging Enzyme Mask; alternatively it can also be taken in tea form or made into tincture form for internal consumption and made into tincture for external application. Furthermore, gotu kola may even treat insomnia symptoms and reduce negative stress effects on body’s cells!