From the ancient time we are exploring the heart of nature and harnessing some gems for healthy living. In this blog, we will take you on a joyride to make you aware of one such shrub Avarampoo. We will try to understand its benefits for health and use it to enhance our beauty. It is also known as Senna auriculata or Tanner’s cassia this shrub is abundant in the Indian sub-continent, and we can easily identify it with bright yellow flowers. It has importance in Ayurveda, due to its nature and capabilities to provide us health benefits. With time the usage of this shrub did take a steep dip, but in the last few years it has again started to gain some limelight and people started to know about it.
Understanding Nature’s Marvel: Health Benefits of Avarampoo
From ancient ayurvedic mediational benefits to some modern applications this shrub is quite popular among young people. The benefit realized from it will help different skin conditions, detox the body, improve kidney health, and act as an antioxidant. We sincerely recommend you consult a healthcare expert before using Avarampoo. Some areas are still untapped and more studies to be done to understand the full potential of Avarampoo. The knowledge that we have right now about Avarampoo, it works magically in some medical condition, and maintain body fitness by detoxifying it and regulating weight.
Trying to solve the nutritional mystery of Avarampoo!
The nutritional composition of Avarampoo
Avarampoo is loaded with essential nutrients, it is used as a meditational plant in Ayurveda and we can find traces of it being used in many cultures. The nutrient content is dependent on the way it is cultivated and consumed. We will break down its nutrient contents, to make it easier to understand how it got such wonderful properties:
Avarampoo is rich in Protein
It contains a fair amount of protein which is known as a basic building block of our body. Each cell in our body contains protein in some form, our body needs it to repair and make new body cells. It can prevent wrinkles and anti-ageing while we all know how good is protein for hair and skin.
Avarampoo is rich in Dietary Fibers
It is a good source of dietary fibre, which can have a positive impact on our gut health. It helps to regulate the natural bowel movement, lowers the cholesterol level, controls blood sugar, and helps in weight control. It is said that our hair and skin condition depends a lot on our gut health. Skin will have a natural glow when our digestion system is good.
Avarampoo is rich in Carbs
Avarampoo is a rich source of carbohydrates, which provide glucose to the body which in turn gives the necessary energy. Carbohydrates also help to remove body toxins which can promote healthy skin and hair.
Avarampoo is rich in Vitamins
It is a very rich source of Vitamins, especially Vitamin A (retinol) which acts as the body’s natural defence system. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) keeps body cells healthy, and maintains healthy skin and bones. Vitamin B which keeps brain functions healthy, cell metabolism B complex can help in preventing infections and promote cell health.
Avarampoo is rich in Antioxidants
Avarampoo is rich in flavonoids which have antioxidant properties. Over some time, the body accumulates free radicals which cause oxidative stress. This can give rise to various heart diseases and certain cancers. Antioxidants scavenge free radicals from cells of the body and reduce their impact. They help to protect skin cells and reduce the symptoms of anti-ageing.
Avarampoo is rich in Minerals
Avrarampoo has an abundance of minerals like iron, calcium, zinc, and potassium. All these are very important for the smooth functioning of the body. They are essential for bone health, nerve function, and blood circulation. If the body has less iron, it will produce less haemoglobin which can result in anaemia, which in turn causes many problems it can also cause hair fall and many skin problems.
The broader area of benefits of Avarampoo
Benefits of Avarampoo in providing flawless skin
One of the main benefits of using Avarampoo is to improve the skin condition. The ingredients found in it not only help skin and hair but provide tremendous health benefits. Besides these health benefits, we always recommend you consult an expert before actually using it.
Benefits of Avarampoo in Hydrating the Skin
When we apply Avarampoo oil or use a face pack (the procedure to make them both is explained later on in the blog) it will clear the skin pores, make them breathable and hydrate them. Our skin can be dry and rough due to various causes, this skin condition can cause acne, roughness, and skin inflammation. When we use Avarampoo it will provide the necessary hydration to the skin and make it soft, shiny, and nourished.
Avarampoo has anti-inflammation properties
Many skins conditions can make them look rough, patchy, inflamed, and unnourished. Regular use of Avarampoo can help us to fight these conditions. It is rich in anti-inflammation properties which allows it to fight inflammation causing bacterial and viruses thus making it suitable to fight many skin infections like acne, scars, and pigmentation.
Benefits of Avarampoo in providing younger looks
The presence of antioxidants in Avarampoo makes it suitable to fight free radicals in the body and flushes them out. Free radicals are the main reasons we can have wrinkles, prematurely ageing skin and age spots. Regular use of an Avarampoo face pack or oil massage will give us relief in these conditions.
Benefits of Avarampoo as a Skin Cleanser
Avarampoo face pack and oil can act as a natural cleanser. Regular use will help to remove dirt and excess oil by cleaning the skin pores. It can be used as a substitute for face wash or soap. It will also tone your skin by reducing dark spots.
Benefits of Avarampoo as a natural healer!
Benefits of Avarampoo in Diabetes
It regulates blood sugar by making the body insulin-sensitive
Avarampoo is proven to be very beneficial for diabetic patients. The rate with which diabetes is increasing in the world is alarming and, in this period, finding a natural healer is a true bliss. It is believed to have hypoglycaemic properties means it can lower the level of glucose in our body, so it can control the sudden rise and drop of glucose levels.
Sometimes our body becomes resistant to insulin absorption. It is a very important compound to regulate blood sugar in our bodies. It is found that the patient with type 2 diabetic condition develops insulin resistance. Under the supervision of a healthcare expert if the patient is given Avarampoo then it can increase insulin sensitivity in the body.
Benefits of Avarampoo in Protecting Kidney
We have seen how wonderfully Avarampoo works in diabetes. With increasing blood sugar in our body lots of organs also take the hit and the kidney is one of them. Over time diabetes can damage the kidneys, taking prescribed Avarampoo can promote kidney health by increasing the production of urine which will flush out all the toxins of the body.
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Avarampoo benefits in providing amazing hair
The second most challenging role in which Avarampoo provides benefits is hair care. It is used to prevent various hair conditions which are:
Prevents Dandruff and other scalp issues
Avarampoo hair oil (the procedure to make it is explained later in the blog) is used to massage the hair scalp. It is rich in anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, which means it will fight hair dandruff and also cure other scalp infections. It can also reduce the symptoms that can arise due to infection like itching, redness, and irritation.
Increase hair growth
Avarampoo is rich in various nutrients and minerals. When we apply Avarampoo oil regularly to our scalp it will nourish the hair follicles. This nourishment will help hair growth. While massaging the blood flow in the scalp also increases which will help to improve the scalp conditions.
Provides natural shine
As we start experiencing hair problems first noticeable thing is it loses natural shine and becomes dull. When we massage our scalp with Avarampoo oil it will restore the scalp hydration and also condition it as it acts as a natural conditioner.
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Some other benefits of Avarampoo
So far, we have seen some ultimate benefits of Avarampoo for skin and hair. As it is loaded with nutrients, we can see its benefits in our overall health. The healthcare expert may suggest you use it based on various symptoms. We have mentioned some other diseases where we can see the magical effects after using Avarampoo for a significant amount of time. Things to be noted here are that the amount of dosage, the right amount and ways to use it will be determined by a healthcare expert, and we need to follow it to see good results.
It has anti-cancerous properties
There are many hidden properties of Avarampoo that are yet to be explored, the amount of knowledge we have about it says that it works miraculously in throat and breast cancer. We can identify it from the fact that Avarampoo is high in antioxidants and anti-cancer properties. It cleans our system and also acts as a natural blood purifier.
It prevents constipation and promotes weight loss
Being rich in dietary fibre, it can cure our digestive system-related issues. When taken as directed by a healthcare expert it can generate natural bowel movement and help to clean our gut. It also helps to control the cholesterol level in our body, we can say that it helps to regulate our optimal body weight. Obesity is like a curse to the modern generation; with rising cases of overweight people, we generally find that they are not able to digest food properly and are constipated most of the time. Using Avarampoo regularly can prevent constipation and help us to fight obesity.
It regulated periods
An irregular or painful menstrual cycle is a curse for any woman. We can see rising cases of problems related to it, it can be hormonal or lifestyle changes. A healthcare practitioner may recommend you to have Avarampoo in such a condition and it can help to regulate the cycle by controlling the uneven blood flow.
It improves kidney health
Avarampoo is proven to be amazingly beneficial for curing kidney failures mainly due to diabetes. It gradually heals it with the help of a protein called Albumin. It can also deal with infections related to our urinary tract.
How to make Avarampoo soup
We can get essential health benefits by preparing delicious Avarampoo soup. It is a popular traditional way to get the goodness. Let us quickly assemble the ingredients we will require to make the soup.
- Dried Avarampoo flowers
- Water (as per the quantity of soup you want to make)
- 2 small onions in a chopped state
- 2 small tomatoes & 1 small carrot in a diced state
- Spices (turmeric, coriander powder, and salt as per taste)
- Ginger and garlic paste
- 1 tablespoon of ghee or other cooking oil
- Freshly chopped coriander leaves to garnish the soup
- Rinse the Avarampoo flowers and soak them in water for 15 to 20 minutes.
- Take a pot put it on medium flame and add 1 tablespoon of ghee or other cooking oil.
- Take the ginger & garlic paste with chopped onions and saute the whole thing for 2 to 3 minutes.
- Add the spices (if you want you can add salt in this step) as per your taste and add tomatoes and carrots.
- Now mix everything well and let each ingredient settle for another 5 minutes.
- Take the Avarampoo flowers and add them to the pot. Add water as per the quantity of soup you are planning.
- Let the whole thing take 1 boil then reduce the flame to low and cover it with lid. Let the whole thing under the flame for another 25 minutes.
- Soup is almost ready, the Avarampoo flowers must be tender by now. It is up to you if you want them as it is or you can blend them with maintaining soup consistency.
- Now add freshly chopped coriander leaves and enjoy the soup slowly.
4 different ways to use Avarampoo
1. Using Avarampoo as an oil
Using Avarampoo infused in oil is the best way to use it. We can take 50 ml of base or carrier oil like virgin coconut oil or olive oil. Take 2 tablespoons of powdered form of Avarampoo and mix with the oil. Boil the whole solution for about 10 minutes, take that oil in a glass container, and keep it in direct sunlight for the next 2 to 3 days. During this time the essence of Avarampoo slowly dissolves in the oil. After 3 days strain the oil and we have Avarampoo oil ready.
Use this oil to massage your scalp and wash your hair with a good Ayurvedic or baby shampoo after 1 or 2 hours. You can also massage your face with the oil, it will open your skin pores and increase the blood flow, which will result in glowing skin with improved texture.
2. Use of Avarampoo dried flowers to make tea
Take 1 tablespoon of dried flowers of Avarampoo in water. Boil it for 5 to 10 minutes. Strain the liquid, sip, and enjoy it.
3. Using Avarampoo as a face pack
- 2 tablespoons of Avarampoo in powdered form.
- Use rose water for better results (about half a cup). It is antibacterial and will fight any infection and cuts.
- 1 tablespoon of curd as it contains lactic acid and vitamins which will clear the dead skin.
- Half a tablespoon of honey. It will hydrate the skin.
Making the Avarampoo face pack is very easy to mix everything and clear the lumps, you will get a paste. Apply this paste evenly onto your face, and keep it for another 15 minutes. Wash it with cold water for better results we recommend not to use soap.
4. Using Avarampoo as a bath powder
Depending on the body mass take Avarampoo Power, 1 tablespoon of turmeric powder, and take sandalwood powder and mix them all. Bath powder is ready, use it to scrub your body parts lightly, keep it for 1 or 2 minutes, and wash it with water. You will get a glowing look.
Some side effects of using Avarampoo
The consumption of Avarampoo (Tanner’s cassia) is generally considered safe and it does not have any alarming side effects. However, we need to be very cautious while determining the exact value to intake or even using it topically. We cannot generalize the side effects of any natural remedy, as our body type is different, and based on the sensitivities it can react differently with everyone. Some commonly known side effects are:
It can cause allergic reactions
When using Avarampoo if a person’s body is sensitive and it reacts with it it can cause allergic reactions. Some symptoms are itching, redness, swelling, dryness, and difficulty in breathing. If any of these symptoms persist then the person needs medical attention. Immediately stop using Avarampoo in any form.
Beware to use it during pregnancy and breastfeeding
Although, there is no foolproof literature on how to use Avarampoo during pregnancy or if you are breastfeeding. On the safer side, we recommend not to use it during such conditions. Still, if you have to use it then seek counselling with an experienced healthcare practitioner.
It can imbalance our body’s electrolytes
When we consume Avarampoo it can have a laxative effect, if we overuse it for a longer period it can interfere with the electrolytes of our body. Due to the laxative effect, it can deplete potassium levels which can further generate some new problems for us.
All these side effects are subject to our body and sensitivity type. We should always start with small dosages, and wait to see its impact on our body. If we see any side effects immediately discontinue using it In my opinion, we should always consult an expert, they will help and guide us better.
We have been harnessing the benefits of Avarampoo powder in India for centuries. It is a traditional natural herb used mostly for amazing benefits on hair and skin. We need to pay attention to the fact that the potential health benefits of Avarampoo: are anecdotal which means they are based on opinions rather than on scientific facts. We cannot generalize the health benefits of Avarampoo as is a natural traditional product whose effects on our bodies are yet to be determined scientifically. It is recommended to consult a healthcare expert before extensively using it.
Avarampoo is a traditional natural medicine used widely in Southeast Asia and parts of India. Scientifically known as Senna auriculata it is a shrub that can be identified with bright yellow flowers. It is often consumed as a tea after drying the leaves and flowers of the shrub and grinding them in the form of powder. It has various benefits which include aiding in constipation and treating various hair conditions. It also contains some compounds that are antidiabetic and antipyretic.
Yes, it is believed that Avrarampoo has compounds that are antidiabetic. It increases insulin production in the body which may reduce the increased glucose levels in a diabQetic patient. It helps the body to utilize glucose for energy although, these claims are anecdotal and are not backed up by scientific studies.
It is absolutely safe to consume Avarampoo tea at any time of the day. It has distinctive benefits if we drink it at different times of day. When it is consumed in the morning it can act as a natural laxative which can enhance natural bowel movements, relieve constipation, and boost our energy levels. When we take it before bedtime it improves the blood glucose level and helps us to relax and fall asleep. To determine the correct dosages of Avarampoo tea we can consult with a healthcare expert.
Yes, regular use of Avarampoo shows excellent results for improving skin conditions. It is a bright yellow flowering plant native to India. The nutrient contents of Avarampoo make it an excellent traditional remedy it is rich in flavonoids and has anti-inflammatory properties. It is used to treat various skin conditions like acne, eczema, and pigmentation.
Yes, Avrarampoo shows very good results in treating various hair conditions like balding and dandruff.