Herbal Infusion

Nature’s Park was founded to promote healthy eating amongst urban dwellers. With deep understanding of lifestyle patterns and food habits, Nature’s Park brings bountiful goodness of Mother Nature most suitably combined and packed to give complete health benefits. The goodness of nature and health benefits that have been sitting in your kitchen can now be handily carried in your pocket. Nature’s Park brings the wellness herbs in most convenient packaging for you. Be it your home, office, travel kit, handbag or even your wallet, the ergonomically packed herbs can be your health companion always! Sit back and enjoy your cup of health with our range of wellness infusions. Sincerely wishing you good health always!

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Fennel Leaves

Commonly called saunf is well known to improve digestion and initiate regular bowel movements, Apart from just being a mouth freshener, Fennel Seeds also boost immunity and lower hypertension. They have good effect on people suffering with cancer and heart diseases. It has exceptional anti-inflammatory properties. It is strongly recommended to achieve a clearer skin and control acne outburst in teenagers.

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Turmeric

Curcumin, the most essential element in turmeric (haldi), has anti-inflammatory properties and enhances the antioxidants in the body. Turmeric boosts the neurotrophic factor thus lowering risk of brain diseases. Helps to heal wounds quickly, improves skin health and relives menstrual difficulties. It is anti carcinogenic and anti depressive and the root of turmeric is used widely to make medicine, it is one of the most ancient and popular antibiotics known.

Senna Leaves

Popularly known as sona mukhi has already made marks all over the world for treating constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, anal/ rectal surgery, anal fissures and haemorrhoids. Senna leaves are FDA-approved non-prescription laxative used to treat constipation, It stimulates liver for proper secretion of enzymes and aids in weight loss. It is also considered to be an anti ageing herb.

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Senna Leaves

Popularly known as sona mukhi has already made marks all over the world for treating constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, anal/ rectal surgery, anal fissures and haemorrhoids. Senna leaves are FDA-approved non-prescription laxative used to treat constipation, It stimulates liver for proper secretion of enzymes and aids in weight loss. It is also considered to be an anti ageing herb.

Ajwain

Also known as Bishop’s Weed or Carom Seed have always been an important member of our spice box. It is full of anti-inflammatory properties, Bishpo’s weed help in fighting bacteria and fungi.  They lower hypertension, combat peptic ulcers and relieve indigestion. Known to help build healthy cholesterol, Bishpo’s weed also bring relief to cough and cold. It aids relieve bloating and eliminate toxins from body.

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Tulsi Leaves

It is considered to be a sacred plant for Hindus and is worshipped as the avatar of Goddess Lakshmi, has a very important place within the Vaishnava tradition of Hinduism. Tulsi leaves contain Vitamin C and antioxidants such as Eugenol which protect the heart. Its been known to treat high blood pressure and high cholesterol. It helps in relieving problems related to bronchitis, asthma, cold, flu, sinusitis, sore throat, etc. It is also helpful in treating headaches, earaches, eye disorders, skin diseases and insect bites.

Cinnamon

Popularly known as daal-chini, Cinnamon is an excellent antioxidant and anti- inflammatory agent. It reduces the risk of heart diseases and improves sensitivity to hormonal insulin. It helps in fighting off bacterial and fungal infections. Cinnamon has good effect on treating neurodegenerative diseases and can also help in fighting against HIV and other autoimmune disorders.

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Herbal Infusion

Mint leaves

We all are well known to this condiment as pudina, the Mentha, or mint, family refers to a group of around 15 to 20 plant species, including peppermint and spearmint. Mint treats indigestion and gas. It has a calming and soothing effect on the stomach. It encourages bile flow and helps maintain cholesterol levels in blood. Adding mint flavour while cooking can also help to cut down on sodium intake.

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