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Lotus Extracts

Written By: UMA Editorial Team |

Published on: January 9, 2024

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Lotus Extracts

The lotus, India’s national flower, is also known as “Kamal” or “Padmini”. It symbolizes divine beauty and purity and has versatile cosmetic properties. Lotus is used in skincare products for its anti-acne, anti-wrinkle, and skin-whitening effects. According to Ayurveda the entire plant, including flowers, seeds, roots, stem, and stigma, has medicinal properties. It alleviates burning sensations, enhances skin texture, improves mental well-being, and regulates peristaltic movements.
Lotus extract combats wrinkles, provides antioxidants, and reduces inflammation. It is also used for urinary problems and to maintain normal body temperature. Lotus leaves are applied to the body for fever and inflammatory skin conditions. Young lotus leaves with sugar are recommended for rectal prolapse. Lotus stamens with jaggery and ghee treat hemorrhoids. Lotus flowers and leaves help manage bleeding disorders. Lotus petals promote conception. Powdered lotus seeds with honey address cough. Lotus with ghee and milk is a general tonic for strength, virility, and intellect. Lotus petals garnish dishes, and lotus leaves are used for food wrapping. Moreover, dried stamens can be brewed into herbal tea.

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