Sambhavana clinic

Our Medicinal Garden is part of Ayurvedic Interventions. At Sambhavna’s herbal garden medicinal plants are grown using compost and herbal formulations are used to deal with unwanted insects. Today the garden has 135 kinds of medicinal plants on little more than an acre of land inside the Clinic premises. The plants grown are used either directly or by converting them in to Ayurvedic medicines in treatment of common problems prevalent in gas victims and to those exposed to contaminated ground water. Herbal plants grown are helpful in treatment of respiratory disorders, digestive complaints, skin diseases, allergy, joint disorders, mental disorders, eye disorders, immunological and endocrinal disorders. Some of the important plants available at our garden are Nirgundi (Vitex negundo),Giloya (Tinospora cordifolia), Tulsi  (Holy basil), Gwarpatha (Aloevera), Vasa (Adhatoda vasaca), Neem (Azardirachta indica), Punarnawa (Boerhaavia diffusa), Bhringraaj (Eclipta prostrate), Bhumiamla (Phyllanthus niruri), Arjun (Terminalia arjuna), Kanchnaar (Bauhinia variegate), Sada pushpa (Vinca rosea), Japa Hhibiscus rosa), Shigru(Moringa oleifera) ,Shatavari (Asparagusracemosus), Ashwagandha(Withinia somnifera),  Eranda (Ricinus commenis) and others.