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 +Certified Organic
 +Anantamul root powder
 +([[wp>​Hemidesmus indicus]])
  
 +Also known as Indian [[wp>​sarsaparilla]],​ this herb is believed to purify the [[wp>​blood]] and have [[wp>​diuretic]] and [[wp>​diaphoretic]] actions.
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 +Source: http://​www.banyanbotanicals.com/​prodinfo.asp?​number=6821&​variation=&​aitem=4&​mitem=77
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 +Anantamul (Hemidesmus indicus), literally 'the eternal root' in Sanskrit, is a thin creeping plant with long, red spreading roots and a sweet, aromatic odor. Its Hindi name, Sugandhi, means 'the fragrant one'. Anantamul'​s color and spreading quality suggest its affinity for the circulatory system and the blood. It spreads throughout the body, cooling and removing excess pitta in the digestive tract, joints, nerves and reproductive system. As a pitta reducer it is used to support proper function of the genitourinary system and to promote healthy skin and a clear complexion. Anantamul is said to promote the production of breast milk in women and support the healthy production of sperm and testosterone in men. Its pitta-reducing qualities extend beyond the body as it is traditionally used to cleanse the mind of negative emotions such as anger and irritability.*
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 +==Ayurvedic Energetics==
 +*  Rasa (taste): sweet, bitter
 +*  Virya (action): cooling
 +*  Vipaka (post-digestive effect): sweet
 +* Doshas (constitutions):​ Balancing for all doshas, especially good for pitta
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 +==Suggested Use==
 +¼ to ½ teaspoon with warm water, once or twice daily, or as directed by your health practitioner.
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 +Please consult with your health care practitioner prior to the use of this product if you are pregnant or nursing, taking medications,​ or have a medical condition. Keep out of the reach of children.
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 +Anantamul Root Powder (Hemidesmus indicus)
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 +This product is organically grown and processed in accordance with the USDA's National Organic Program (NOP).
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 +This item contains no animal products and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
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 +==Products Often Used with Anantamula==
 +* [[Blood Cleanse Tablets]]
 +* [[Turmeric]] [[powder]]
 +* [[Triphala]] powder
 +* [[HealThy Skin Tablets]]
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 +[[Fair Use]] [[Source]] http://​www.banyanbotanicals.com/​shop/​category/​bulk-herbs-spices-formulas/​anantamul-powder/​
 +[[Fair Use]]
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 +Search [[wp>​MedLine]] [[wp>​PubMed]] for Hemidesmus indicus ([[wp>​Latin]] [[wp>​Botanical Name]])
 +http://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​entrez/​query.fcgi?​cmd=Search&​db=PubMed&​term=Hemidesmus%20indicus
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 +Search [[wp>​MedLine]] [[wp>​PubMed]] for Anantamula ([[Sanskrit]] spelling)
 +http://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​entrez/​query.fcgi?​cmd=Search&​db=PubMed&​term=Anantamula
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 +Search [[wp>​MedLine]] [[wp>​PubMed]] for Anantamul ([[wp>​Hindi]] spelling)
 +http://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​entrez/​query.fcgi?​cmd=Search&​db=PubMed&​term=Anantamul
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 +Search [[wp>​MedLine]] [[wp>​PubMed]] for Sariva ([[Sanskrit]] spelling)
 +http://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​entrez/​query.fcgi?​cmd=Search&​db=PubMed&​term=Sariva
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 +[[Category]]:​ [[Category:​Ayurvedic Herbs]]
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