Adding herbs to your meal and daily routine helps you get various nutritious benefits of increased blood antioxidant levels and normal functioning of the liver and kidney. Promotes proper digestion and a healthy immune system.
The bright red colour of the berries comes from anthocyanins, which are plant pigments that may boost your brain and heart health. Barberries have been used to treat diarrhoea for centuries. Eating the berries may help decrease your chances of developing risk factors for metabolic syndrome, as well as reduce oxidative stress associated with it. Barberries have a tart, slightly sweet flavour and can be eaten raw, in jam, or as a component of rice dishes and salads.
They are juiced or used to make tea. They contain a unique compound called berberine, which acts as an antioxidant. Barberries are a key ingredient in our powerful anti-Inflammation.
Berberine decreases insulin resistance and increases glycolysis, removes obstructions, clears or opens the natural ducts of the fluids and secretions of the body. There are numerous bioactive compounds in Indian Barberry.