Natural Herbs

Medicinal & Aromatic plants are moiety of phyto-chemicals like alkaloids, glycosides, flavonoids, polyphenols enzymes, heterocyclics, pigments, vitamins, quinines, terpenes, amines, hydrocarbons and phytoalexins. These active functional bio components are in the form of primary and secondary metabolites and they get ‘built in’ plants as a result of edaphilic conditions, stress, competition and threat of predators to them in nature. (More than 50% of 'life saving' drugs are originally derived from such compounds of medicinal plants)

We offer natural and organic crude wild crafted herbs in powder and whole forms which are:

  • TLC and HPTLC standardized
  • Microbes Free
  • Heavy Metals controlled
  • Vacuum Packed
Plant Name Phytoconstituents
Abrus precatorius Abrin, anthocyanin, campesterol, choline, cycloartenol, gallic acid, trigonelline (seed); precol, abrol, abrasine and precasine (root); delphinidin (plant); glycyrrhizin (leaf, root)
Abutilon indicum Alantolactone, isoalantolactone and gallic acid (roots), beta-sitosterol and vanillic, P-coumaric, P-hydroxybenzoic, caffeic and fumaric acids (plant); linoleic, oleic, palmitic, stearic and capric acids (fixed oil of root)
Acacia arabica 7-12 per cent tannin
Achyranthes aspera Achyranthine, oleanolic acid, xylose (plant); saponins (seed); betaine (root); ecdysterone (shoot)
Acacia catechu Acetaldehyde, fisetin, formaldehyde, gallic acid, isorhamnetin, kaempferol, procyanidin, quercetagetin, quercetin, quercitrin, rutin, tannin, taxifolin (plant)
Acacia sinuate Saponins which contain acacinin-C, -D and -E and a homologous series of oligosaccharides
Aconitum ferox Aconitine, Benzaconine (Picraconitine) and Aconine
Aconitum heterophylum Total alkaloids-1% Aconitine
Acorus calamus 1-8, Cineole, alpha-asarone, alpha-pinene, alpha-terpineol, azulene, beta-asarone, beta-elemene, beta-pinene, camphene, camphor, choline, delta-cadinene, elemicin, ethanol, eugenol, furfural, isoeugenol, limonene, menthol, menthone, methyl-eugenol, methyl-isoeugenol, p-cymene, terpinen-4-ol, terpinolene (rhizome); alpha-humulene, acoric acid, alpha-terpinene, ascorbic acid, borneol, butyric acid, gamma-terpinene, methyl-chavicol, myrcene, ocimene, oxalic acid, palmitic acid, tannin, trans-anethole (plant)
Adhatoda vasica Vasicoline, adhatodine, vasicolinone and anisotine (leaves)
Aegle marmelos Skimmianine, umbelliferone, coumarins, aegelin, lupeol and alkaloids (leaf); gamma and beta-sitosterol (bark and root); psoralin, xanthotoxin, scopoletin and tembamide (root); marmarin (fruit)
Albizzia lebbek Saponins
Allium sativum Adenosine, ajoene, alanine, allicin, alliin, allyl propyl disulphide, alpha-phellandrene, alpha-tocopherol, arachidonic acid, arginine, aspartic acid, beta-phellandrene, biotin, caffeic acid, choline, citral, cycloallin, cystine, diallyl disulphide, diallyl-sulfide, diallyl-tetrasulfide, diallyl-trisulfide, ferulic acid, geraniol, glutamic acid, glutathione, glycine, histidine, isoleucine, methionine, nicotinic acid, p-coumaric acid, phenylalanine, quercetin, tryptophan, tyrosine (bulb); ascorbic acid, beta-carotene, niacin, riboflavin, thiamin (leaf, flower, bulb, shoot); beta-sitosterol, chlorogenic acid, kaempferol, oleanolic acid, oleic acid, p-hydroxy-benzoic acid, rutin, stigmasterol, succinic acid, taurine, (plant); ornithine (leaf)
Aloe vera Aloe-emodin, aspartic acid, barbaloin, benzyl-acetone, beta-sitosterol, choline, chrysophanic acid, chrysophanol, cinnamic acid, coumarin, emodin, formic acid, glycerol, lupeol, p-coumaric acid, rhein (plant); arginine, ascorbic acid, beta-carotene, folacin, glutamic acid, glutamine, glycine, histidine, lysine, niacin, phenyl-alanine, riboflavin, serine, thiamin, tyrosine, valine (leaf)
Alpinia galanga Oil contains 48 per cent of methyl cinnamate, 20 to 30 per cent of cincole, camphor and d-pinene
Alstonia scholaris Ditamine, echitamine, and echitenine are the principal alkaloids
Althaea officinalis Mucilage and flavonoids, arabinogalactan, ascorbic acid, beta carotene, caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid, choline, erucic acid, ferulic acid, kaempferol, lecithin, quercetin, salycilic acid, scopoletin
Anacyclus pyrethrum Anacyclin, pellitorine, enetriyne alcohol, hydrocarolin, inulin, traces of volatile oil and (+)-sesamin
Andrographis paniculata Andrographolide 10%, neoandrographolide (plant); homoandrographolide, andrographosterol and andrographone (leaf)
Anethum sova The major constituent of the oil is carvone. It also contains apiol and dill apioll
Anjelica glauca Large, dry root contains 1% essential oil,lactones, sesquiterpenes, d-alpha-cadinene, umbelliprenin, and a terpene alcohol
Anthocephalus indicus Bark contains cinchotannic acid like substance besides this it contains steroid, fat, reducing sugars and alkalies
Aristolochia indica Beta-caryophyllene and alpha-humulene
Asparagus racemosus Saponin 30%, Shatavarins I-IV (plant); diosgenin and a flavonoid glycoside (leaf); quercetin (flower); rutin (flower and leaf); Aloin (gel)
Asparagus adscende Spirostanol glycosides (asparanin A and asparanin B) and two furostanol glycosides (asparoside A and B)
Asteracantha longifolia Chiefly mucilage, fixed oil, phytosterol, and a trace of an alkaloidal substance
Azadiracta indica Azadiractin 2%, nimbin, nimbinin, nimbidin, ursolic acid, apigenin luteolin and b-sitosterol
Bacopa monnieri Bacoside 20%
Balliospermum montanum Montanin (a daphnane polyol ester), baliospermin, and other tigliane polyol esters
Balsamodendron myrrha Volatile oil (2 to 10%) is called as myrrhol and contains curninic aldehyde, eugenol, m-cresol, pinene, limonene, dipentene and two sesquiterpenes
Berberis aristata Berberine, palmitine, jastorrhizine, columbamine, tetrahydropalmitine, berb-amine, oxyberberine, and oxyacanthine
Bergenia ligulata Bergenin and b-sitosterol
Betula edulis Betulin, lupeol, oleanolic acid, acetyloheanolic acid, betulitc acid, lupenone, sitosterol, methyle betulonate, methyl betulate and a new triterpenoid, karachic acid
Blepharis edulis Blepharin
Boerhaavia diffusa Alkaloids, sterols and steroidal compounds have been isolated from the plant. A nucicoside, hypoxanthine-g-L-arabinofuranoside has been isolated from the roots
Bombax malabaricum The flowers have b -D-glucoside of b-sitosterol, free b-sitosterol hentriacontane, hentriacontanol, traces of essential oil, kaempferol and quercetin. tannic and gallic acids.
Boswellia seratta Boswellic Acid 40% & 70% >
Brassica juncea Seeds contains 30 – 38% essential oil
Butea frondosa Flavonoids, chalcone-free butein, butin, butrin
Calotropis procera B-amyrin, B-amyrin, taraxasterol and its y-isomer, taraxasteryl isovalerate, taraxasteryl acetate, gigantin, giganteol, isogiganteol, B-sitosterol
Capsicum frutescens Capsaicinoids 0.62%
Capsicum annuum Alanine, alpha-carotene, alpha-linolenic acid, alpha-phyllandrene, alpha-pinene, alpha-terpineol, alpha-tocopherol, arginine, ascorbic acid, beta-carotene, betaine, capsaicin (a red coloring matter), caffeic acid, camphene, capsaicin, caryophyllene, chlorogenic acid, citric acid, eugenol, folacin, hesperidin, homocapsaicin, limonene, linoleic acid, lutein, myrcene, niacin, oleic acid, p-coumaric acid, pulegone, riboflavin, scopoletin, solanine, solasodine, stearic acid, stigmasterol, terpinen-4-ol, thiamin, tocopherol, tryptophan and vanillylamide decynate (fruit); fucosterol and iso-citrostadienol (seed oil); acetyl-choline, choline, (pericarp); beta-sitosterol (plant)
Carum copticum Stearoptene, cumene and terpene-'thymene'
Casealpinia crista 44 cassane- and norcassane-type diterpenes
Cassia absus 1.5% chaksine and isochaksine
Cassia fistula Free rhein, glucoside and sennosides A and B
Cassia tora Brassinosteroids and monoglycerides
Crataeva nurvala Triterpenoids lupeol and varunol
Croton triglium Crotonic acid
Cuminum cyminum Cuminol or cumin aldehyde 56%
Curculigo orchioides Curculigoside,a phenolic glycoside.
It aslo has glycoside 5, 7-dimethoxy myricetin 3-0-L-xylo- pyranosyl 4-0- P -D glycopyranoside is present in the rhizomes
Curcuma amada Curcumin
Curcuma longa Curcumin
Cynodon dactylon Cynodin, hydrocyanic acid, and triticin
Cyperus rotundus Sesquiterpene hydrocarbons, epoxides, ketones, monoterpene and aliphatic alcohols
Dolichos biflorus A new and nonspecific lectin having the inner carbohydrate moiety as N-acetyl glucosamine, N-M-glycosidically linked to aspargine has been isolated from the seeds
Eclipta alba Wedelolactone, Stigmasterol and L-terthienyl methanol, b amyrin and 7-desmethyl wedelolactone- 7 - glucoside
Elettaria cardamomum Cincole, terpinal, terpinene, limonene, sabinene and terpin
Embelia ribes Embelin 8%
Emblica officinalis Tannins 20%
Enicostemma littorale Presence of glycosides, gentianine' and ophelic acid
Ephedra gerardiama Total alkaloids 1.3%, ephedrine
Eugenia aromatica 10 - 13 % of tannin and caryophyllene
Eugenia caryophyllata Eugenol
Eugenia jambolana Two triterpene acids, oleanolic acid and crategelic acid(maslinic acid ) from flowers
Evolvulus alsinoides Shankhapushpine, evolvine, betaine
Ferula foetida Volatile oil, asaresinol ferulate, urnbelliferibne-a, and free ferulic acid
Ficus bengalensis A triterpine, friedelin and, 8-sitosterol (leaves). The flavonols of the leaves were identified as quercetin-3- galactoside and rutin
Ficus racemosa 8-sitosterol, Tannins, Psoralens and lupeol
Ficus religiosa Beta-sitosterol and its glucosides (bark)
Foeniculum vulgare Anethole
Fumaria officinalis Fumaric acid and fumarine
Garcinia cambogia Camboginal and cambogin
Gardenia gummifera Gardenin
Gentiana kurroa Gentiopicrin , gentianic acid
Gloriosa superba Colchicines 0.2-0.3%, gloriosine
Glycyrrihiza glabra Glycyrrhizin 20%
Gossypium herbaceum Peculiar acid resin, sugar, gum, tannin, fixed oil, chlorophyll
Gymnema sylvestre Gymnemic Acid 75%
Hedyehium spicatum The essential oil has ethyl ester of p-methoxy cinnamic acid, d-sabirene cineole, sesquiterpenes and pentadecane methyl paracumarine acetate. It contain,6-sitosterol and its fl-D-glycoside
Hemidesmus indicus Flavanoid glycosides are hyperoside, isoquercitin and rutin
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Cyanidin diglycoside, cyanidin, quereetin, hentriacontane
Holarrhena antidysenterica Conessine, kurchicine, conkurchine, kurchine and holarrhenine
Hydnocarpus laurifolia Chaulmugric acid, Hydnocarpic acid, Palmitic acid
Hyoscyamus niger Hyoscyamine, hyoscine, scopolamine, hyosciprin, choline, hyoscyamine
Inula racemosa Dihydroisoalantolactone,isoalantolac-tone and alantolactone
Ipomoea digitata Sterols, coumarin glyco-sides
Lawsonia inermis Lawsone, 2-hydroxy-1:4-naphthoquinone resin and tannin, gallic acid
Lepidium iberis Lepidin
Lepidium sativum Glucotropaeolin
Leptadenia reticulata Stigmasterol, tocopherols, hentriacontanol, a-amyrin, a-amyrin, stigmasterol and 8-sitosterol
Linum usitatissimum Linamarine
Mallotus philipinensis Rottlerin & Isorottlerin
MangiferineMangifera indica Mangiferine
Melia azadirachta Margosic acid, nimbin, nimbidin, nimbinin, kaempferol, quercureetin, 0-sitosterol, azadirone, paraisine, vanillic acid, nimbicetin, meliacins
Mentha arvensis 70-90% of menthol
Mesua ferrea Xanthones, a number of 4-phenylcoumarin derivatives, friedelin and triterpene
Mimosa pudica Mimosine, 10% tannin
Momordica charantia Charantin
Moringa oleifera Ethanolic extraction yielded a number of amino acids viz., aspartic acid, glutamic acid, serine, glycine, threonine, (-alanine, valine, leucine, isoleucine, histidine, lysine, arginine, phenyl-alanine, tryptophan, cystine and methionine
Moringa oleifera Anthraquinones, viz., damnacanthal, rubiadin-methyl ether, alizarin, morindone and anthragallol-2, 3-dimethyl ether
Momordica charantia Bitters 3%
Mucuna pruriens Its principle constituents are L-DOPA and the bioactive alkaloids mucunine, mucunadine, mucuadinine, prurienine and nicotine as well as -sitosterol, glutathione, lecithin, oils, venolic and gallic acids
Myrica nagi Myricitrin
Myristica fragrans Amylodextrin.
Nelumbo nucifera A triterpene betulinic acid
Nigella sativa Volatile oil that contains carvone, d -limonene, and a carbonyl compound, nigellone
Nardostachys jatamansi Jatamansic acid 3, 5%, jatamansone, jatamanshic acid and virolin
Ocimum sanctum Ursolic Acid 8%
Operculina turpethum Oleandrin,turpethin
Oroxylum indicum Oroxylin-A, baicalein and chrysin
Phyllanthus emblica Ellagic acid
Phyllanthus niruri Bitters 2%, lignans (e.g., phyllanthine and hypophyllanthine), alkaloids, and bioflavonoids (e.g., quercetin)
Picrorrhiza kurroa Kutkosides 10%
Piper cubeba 10 to 18 per cent of volatile oil, also resins, amorphous cubebic acid and colorless crystalline cubebin
Piper longum Piperine, piperlonguminine, piperlongumine, piplartine, sesamin, N-isobutyldeca-trans-2-trans-4-dienamide
Piper methysticum Kawine, Kavaine Methysticcum yangonin
Piper nigrum Piperine, piperidine and piperettine
Pluchea lanceolata Betaine hydrochloride (9) Quercetin and isorhamentin are present as aglycones (leaves)
Plumbago zeylenica Plumbagin
Psoralea corylifolia Psoralens
Psyllium husk Seeds contain mucilage (10 – 20%) as the major constituent, glycoside aucubin
Pterocarpus marsupium 1-epicatechin, flavones-liquiritigenin, Marsupol
Pterocarpus santalinus Chlorogenic acid, quercetin, gentisic acid, cis- sinapic acid
Pueraria tuberosa Disogenin 7%
Punica granatum 22.25% tannin, Active liquid alkaloids pelletierine and isopelictierine
Putranjiva roxburghii Putranjivin
Quercus infectoria 50 -70% gallo tannic acid
Randia spinosa Fresh fruit contains 2 -3% & dry fruit contains 10:% saponin
Raphanus sativus Raphanin
Rauwolfia serpentina Reserpine
Rheum emodi Emodin, Chrysophenol Rhein & Sennoside A & B
Ricinus communis Ricinin, 46 to 53 per cent of fixed oil, which consists of the glycerides of ricinoleic, isoricinoleic, stearic and dihydroxystearic acids
Rubia cordifolia Purpurine, manjistin, and xanthine garancin
Ruta graveolens Rich source Coumarins and of secondary metabolites such as furanocoumarins
Salacia oblonga The major bioactive constituents of Salacia reticulata are a xanthone-e-glucoside, mangiferin and two compounds with unique thiosugar sulfonium sulfate structures viz., salacinol and kotalanol. The other conistuents of Salacia reticulata include polyphenols viz,. epicatechin, (epigallocatechin, methylepigallocatechin etc; triterpenoids viz., kotalagenin 16-acetate, 26-hydroxy-1,3-fridelanedione, maytenfolic acid, dihydroxyolean-12-en-29-oie acid
Salmalia malabarica D-glucoside of -sitosterol, free -sitosterol, hentriacontane, hentriacontanol, traces of an essential oil, kaempferol, and quercetin.J236:K236
Salvadora perssica Saponin, salvadorine, tri methyl amine
Santalum album Santalol 90% or more. It is a mixture of two isomers known as a-santalol and,b-santalol
Sapindus trifoliatus Rind of fruit: The saponins A and C and sapindosids A and B .
Pericarp: Triterpenoid saponins, emarginatoside-B and emarginatoside-C
Saraca indica Tannins 8%
Saussurea lappa Saussurine, Kushtin
Sesamum indicum Contains sesamin & sesamalin
Semecarpus anacardium Bhilawanol & semecarpol
Smilax chinensis Flavonaid glycosides and gallic acid
Solanum indicum Solanine and solanidine
Solanum nigrum Solanine and saponin. solasodine, solamargine and solanigrine
Solanum nigrum Solanocarpine, Solanocarpidine, carpesterol
Strychnous potatorum Brucin
Strychnos nuxvomica Strychnine, brucine, pseudobrucine, pseudostrychnine and beta-colubrine.
Swertia chirayita Ophelic acid and chiratin
Symplocos racemosa Loturine, colloturine and loturidine
Syzygium aromaticum Has 14.23% clove bud oil, eugenol 70 – 90%, euginol acetate, caryophyllene
Tamarindus indica Pectins and pentosans
Taraxacum officinale Mellisic and p-hydroxyphenylacetic acids, (-sitoserol, stigmasterol, saponin, taraxasterol, homotaraxasterol inulin, levulin
Tecomella undulata Tecomin
Tephrosia purpurea Tephrosin, deguelin, isotephrosin and rotenone and quereetin
Terminalia arjuna Tannins 8%, Triterpenoid saponins (arjunic acid, arjunolic acid, arjungenin, arjunglycosides), Flavonoids (arjunone, arjunolone, luteolin), Gallic acid, ellagic acid, Oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs), Phytosterols (b-sitosterol)
Terminalia belerica Tannins 40%
Terminalia chebula Tannins 60%
Tinospora cordifolia The glycoside-giloin, a non-glucoside-gilenin and gilosterol.Bitter principle include columbin, chasmanthin and palmarin'. It also has alkaloid tinosporin(4), tinosporic acid, and tinosporol (Leaves)
Tribulus terrestris Saponin 20% & 40%
Trichosanthes dioica Active principles which are strongly laxative, it is likely that cucurbitacins of steroidal structure
Trigonella foenum graecum Saponin 10%
Tylophora indica 0.2 - 0.3 per cent tylophorine
Urgenia indica 2 glycoside(0.3:%) viz, Scillaren A & Scillaren B
Valeriania officinalis Valerenic acid. 0.8%
Valeriana wallichi Arachidic acid, haspertonic acid, valerianic acid, acetyl valerianic acid, behemic acid, caproic and isovaleric acid, some isomeric terpenes; et-and 0-valenes, valerian phenol, caffeinic and chlorogenic acid, tannins and the alkaloids valerine and chetine
Vanda roxburghii Alkaloids and glycoside. The plant also contains tannins, saponins
Viola odorata Yioline
Vitex negundo Alkaloids, reducing sugars, glycosides, flavonoids, sterols, resins and tannins are present
Vitis vinifera Bioflavonoids (vitamin P)
Catechins and anthocyanogenic tannins
Wedelia calendulaccae Wedelolactone, Norwedelolactone and the benzo- furan, norwedelic acid
Withania somnifera Withanolides 1.5%
Woodfordia fruticosa Octacosonol and 9 -sitosterol
Zanthoxylon alatum Berberine,dictamnine, magnofluorine, xanthoplanine, skimmianine
Zingiber officinale Gingerols 5%
Zizypus sativa Betulinic acid
Vetiveria zizanoides Benzoic acid, limonene, p-cymene, palmitic acid (root); vetiselinenol, vetiverol, khusilal (a terpinoid), khusimol, elemol, alpha and beta-vetivone and cyclocopacamphenol (essential oil)