Ashwagandha Ashwagandha is medically named as Withania somnifera. In Sanskrit, ‘ashwagandha’ means the horse’s smell and it probably is suggestive of the smell of the roots of the plant it is derived from. The plant is commercially cultivated in Madhya
Acorus calamus or sweet flag is common throughout India. It is widely cultivated and is a source of income for farmers of the swamp, marshy regions. Vacha is also seen on the edges of the lakes, tanks, streams and rivers.
If you are living in a smoggy city like Delhi where the ambient air quality ranges between 26 to 208 micrograms per cubic meter of air with the world average being 71 micrograms (source:Wikipedia) then this blog is for you! Between 3,000 to 30,000 deaths in