Artemisia: A Sanjeevani

Written By : Rajesh Goyal ( Director )

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A big issue which has arisen nowadays is “Climate Disturbances”. Climate threats are due to lack of awareness and knowledge about our environment and people don’t know what exactly they must do to preserve their atmosphere, their surroundings. There is a saying that, any big change in the society happens from a small change or from a small idea only. These climate issues will not get resolve in a day but we all can start doing small things for the change from today only. As we all know that Delhi NCR is so much suffering from Pollution and its worse effects. And the pollution is the main cause in the increase of mosquitoes and other insects in Delhi NCR so now it is the prime time that people should get together to save the Delhites in the best way they can.

With the big concern, IIP Foundation has laid a big commute across the deadly diseases like- Dengue and Chickengunia which is spreading very quickly everywhere.Und er IIP Foundation Corporate Social Responsibility, the MD of IIP Foundation Mr. Rajesh Goyal understanding his duty and responsibility towards the society had vision to plant or sell the Artemisia plants to people at an authentic nominal cost within 3 months. People must get conscious about the health benefits of Artemisia.

Artemisia or Wormwood also known as Damnak in ayurvedic terms. Wormwood is an herb. The above ground-plant parts and oil are used for medicine. Artemisia plant is very much beneficial as it is the cure of Dengue, Malaria and Chickengunia. People should plant this Artemisia in their garden or in any pot so that they can be safe from these deadly ailments. The best part about this plant is that, all the four things its leaves, flowers, stem and root can be used in daily life for several body medications. Artemisia is used for various Digestion problems such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, gall bladder disease and intestinal spasms. Artemisia is also used to treat fever, liver disease and worm infections and also to stimulate sweating. Artemisia oil is also used for digestive disorders and to stimulate imagination. There is a very ancient proverb which describes the nature of Artemisia and that is: “as bitter as Wormwood” because Artemisia is bitter in nature but on the other hand very useful for the human body and it is the reasonable ‘Sanjeevani booti’ of modern times.

Posted on :29 December 2015