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Hakeem Syed Abdul Ghaffar Agha launched Agha Herbal in 2009 and invented some herbal products for hair, skin, teeth, and digestive system and pure honey and providing to all new era of yore adroit. He practices as a herbal consultant in Organic Body Balance Institute, where all facilities are available for our good health i.e. Aerobics, Yoga, Gym, Massage, Herbal Jacuzzi, Herbal Steam Bath, Sauna Bath, Aromatherapy, Dietitian, Gynecologist & Foot Management is being introduce in Pakistan by him for the first time & now arranging for Organic Healing Center at rural area.

He has success stories that make him a wonderful role model. He is a man who not only dared to dream, but also had the courage to transform the dream into reality. Today he rests on his laurels comfortably and spends the major part of his time in herbal era.



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For centuries, flaxseeds have been prized for their health-protective properties.

In fact, Charles the Great ordered his subjects to eat flax seeds for their health. So it's no wonder they acquired the name Linum usitatissimum, meaning "the most useful."

Nowadays, flax seeds are emerging as a "super food" as more scientific research points to their health benefits.
Flax seeds Are Loaded With Nutrients
Grown since the beginning of civilization, flaxseeds are one of the oldest crops. There are two types, brown and golden, which are equally nutritious.

A typical serving size for ground flaxseeds is 1 tablespoon (7 grams).

Just one tablespoon provides a good amount of protein, fiber and omega-3 fatty acids, in addition to being a rich source of some vitamins and minerals.

Flax seeds are good sources of many nutrients. Their health benefits are mainly due to their content of omega-3 fats, lignans and fiber.
Lignans are plant compounds that have antioxidant and estrogen properties, both of which can help lower the risk of cancer and improve health.

Interestingly, flaxseeds contain up to 800 times more lignans than other plant foods.

Observational studies show that those who eat flaxseeds have a lower risk of breast cancer, particularly postmenopausal women.

Additionally, according to a Canadian study involving more than 6,000 women, those who eat flaxseeds are 18% less likely to develop breast cancer.

However, men can also benefit from eating flaxseeds.

In a small study including 15 men, those given 30 grams of flaxseeds a day while following a low-fat diet showed reduced levels of a prostate cancer marker, suggesting a lower risk of prostate cancer.

Flaxseeds also appeared to have the potential to prevent colon and skin cancers in laboratory and animal studies. Yet, more research is needed to confirm this.

Nevertheless, the evidence thus far points to flaxseeds being a potentially valuable food in the fight against various cancers.

Just one tablespoon of flaxseeds contains 3 grams of fiber, which is 8–12% of the daily recommended intake for men and women, respectively.

What's more, flaxseeds contain two types of dietary fiber — soluble (20–40%) and insoluble (60–80%).

This fiber duo gets fermented by the bacteria in the large bowel, bulks up stools and results in more regular bowel movements.

On one hand, soluble fiber increases the consistency of the contents of your intestine and slows down your digestion rate. This has been shown to help regulate blood sugar and lower cholesterol.

On the other hand, insoluble fiber allows more water to bind to the stools, increases their bulk and results in softer stools. This is useful for preventing constipation and for those who have irritable bowel syndrome or diverticular disease.

With so much fiber packed in each tiny seed, adding flaxseeds to your diet promotes regular bowel movements and can improve your digestive health.

5. Flaxseeds May Improve Cholesterol
Another health benefit of flaxseeds is their ability to lower cholesterol levels.

In one study in people with high cholesterol, consuming 3 tablespoons (30 grams) of flaxseed powder daily for three months lowered total cholesterol by 17% and "bad" LDL cholesterol by almost 20%.

Another study of people with diabetes found that taking 1 tablespoon (10 grams) of flaxseed powder daily for one month resulted in a 12% increase in "good" HDL cholesterol.

In postmenopausal women, consuming 30 grams of flaxseeds daily lowered total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol by approximately 7% and 10%, respectively.

These effects appear to be due to the fiber in flaxseeds, as it binds to bile salts and is then excreted by the body.

To replenish these bile salts, cholesterol is pulled from your blood into your liver. This process lowers your blood levels of cholesterol.

This is definitely good news for those wanting to improve their cholesterol.

The high fiber content of flaxseeds can help lower cholesterol and may play an important role in improving heart health.

6. Flaxseeds May Lower Blood Pressure
Studies on flaxseeds have also focused on its natural ability to lower blood pressure.

A Canadian study found eating 30 grams of flaxseeds daily for six months lowered systolic and diastolic blood pressure by 10 mmHg and 7 mmHg, respectively.

For those who were already taking blood pressure medication, flaxseeds lowered blood pressure even further and decreased the number of patients with uncontrolled high blood pressure by 17%.

Furthermore, according to a large review that looked at data from 11 studies, taking flaxseeds daily for more than three months lowered blood pressure by 2 mmHg.

While that might seem insignificant, a 2-mmHg reduction in blood pressure can lower the risk of dying from stroke by 10% and from heart disease by 7%.

Flaxseeds have been proven to lower blood pressure and are especially helpful for those with high blood pressure.
7. They Contain High-Quality Protein
Flaxseeds are a great source of plant-based protein, and there's growing interest in flaxseed protein and its health benefits. Flaxseed protein is rich in the amino acids arginine, aspartic acid and glutamic acid.

Numerous lab and animal studies have shown that flaxseed protein helped improve immune function, lowered cholesterol, prevented tumors and had anti-fungal properties.

If you are considering cutting back on meat and worried that you will be too hungry, flaxseeds may just be your answer.

In fact, in one recent study, 21 adults were given an animal protein meal or plant protein meal. The study found no difference in terms of appetite, satiety or food intake noted between the two meals.

It's likely both the animal and plant protein meals stimulated hormones in the gut to bring about the feeling of fullness, which resulted in eating less at the next meal.

Flaxseeds are a good source of plant-based protein and can be an alternative protein source for people who do not eat meat.
Flaxseeds Helps in Controling Blood Sugar
Type 2 diabetes is a major health problem worldwide.

It's characterized by high blood sugar levels as a result of either the body's inability to secrete insulin or resistance to it.

A few studies have found that people with type 2 diabetes who added 10–20 grams of flaxseed powder to their daily diet for at least one month saw reductions of 8–20% in blood sugar levels.

This blood sugar-lowering effect is notably due to flaxseeds' insoluble fiber content. Research has found that insoluble fiber slows down the release of sugar into the blood and reduces blood sugar.

However, one study found no change in blood sugar levels or any improvement in diabetes management.

This might be due to the small numbers of subjects in the study and the use of flaxseed oil. Flaxseed oil lacks fiber, which is credited with flaxseeds' ability to lower blood sugar.

Overall, flaxseeds can be a beneficial and nutritious addition to the diet of people with diabetes.

Flaxseeds may lower blood sugar due to their insoluble fiber content. They can be a beneficial addition to the diet of people with diabetes.
Flaxseeds Keep Hunger at Bay, Which Aids Weight Control
If you have the tendency to snack between meals, you might want to consider adding flaxseeds to your beverage to stave off hunger pangs.

One study found that adding 25 grams of ground flaxseeds to a beverage reduced feelings of hunger and overall appetite.

The feelings of reduced hunger were likely due to the soluble fiber content of flaxseeds. It slows digestion in the stomach, which triggers a host of hormones that control appetite and provide a feeling of fullness.

Flaxseeds' dietary fiber content may aid weight control by suppressing hunger and increasing feelings of fullness.

Flax seeds keep you full for longer and may help you manage your weight by controlling your appetite.
Flax seeds Can Be a Versatile Ingredient
Flax seeds or flax seed oil can be added to many common foods. Try the following:

Adding them to water and drinking it as part of your daily fluid intake
Drizzling flax seed oil as a dressing on salad
Sprinkling ground flax seeds over your hot or cold breakfast cereal
Mixing them into your favorite yogurt
Adding them into cookie, muffin, bread or other batters
Mixing them into smoothies to thicken up the consistency
Adding them to water as an egg substitute
Incorporating them into meat patties
Flaxseeds are versatile can be easily added to your daily diet. There are a variety of recipes you can try.
Tips for Adding Flaxseeds to Your Diet
Many impressive health benefits are attributed to consuming flaxseeds.

Here are some tips on how you can add these tiny seeds into your diet.

Consume Ground Seeds Rather Than Whole

Opt for ground flaxseeds, as they are easier to digest.

You won't reap as many benefits from whole flaxseeds, as your intestines cannot break down the tough outer shell of the seeds.

That being said, you can still buy whole flaxseeds, grind them in a coffee grinder and store the ground flaxseeds in an airtight container.

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MORINGA plant is beginning to gain more popularity as a new “SUPER FOOD” for its highly nutritious profile and powerful anti-inflammatory, anti oxidant and tissue protective properties
MORINGA OLEIFERA, also known as horseradish tree in English and sohanjna in most part of South East Asia. It is a small tree from Pakistan, India and Nepal that has been used for generations to treat and prevent diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, anemia, arthritis, liver disease, respiratory, skin and digestive disorders
MORINGA has become popular as a leaf powder supplement, although the pods, roots, bark, flowers, seed and fruits are also edible. It is used as a traditional remedy for many ailments, and here are some scientifically benefits of consuming it:
MORINGA is rich in vitamins, minerals and amino acids. It contains significant amount of vitamins A, C and E, calcium, potassium and protein.
Anti oxidants fights free radicals, molecules that cause oxidative stress, cell damage and inflammation. MORINGA contains antioxidants called flavonoids, polyphenols and ascorbic acid in the leaves, flowers and the seeds. This means it prevents the damage and degradation that free radicals cause in the cells of different organs in the body, keeping them healthy and functioning at their best.
Inflammation can lead to chronic diseases like diabetes, respiratory problems, cardio vascular disease, arthritis and obesity. MORINGA reduces inflammation by suppressing inflammatory enzymes and proteins in the body, and MORINGA leaf concentrate can significantly lower inflammation in the cells.
MORINGA leaf powder has been effective at reducing lipid & glucose levels & regulating oxidative stress in diabetic patients, which means it lowers blood sugar & cholesterol & improves protection against cell damage.

MORINGA leaf powder has heart healthy benefits, particularly in blood lipid control, the prevention of plaque formation in the arteries & reduced cholesterol levels.
MORINGA supports brain health & cognitive function because of it’s antioxidant & neuro-enhancer activities. It’s also being tested as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease with favorable preliminary results. It’s high content of vitamins E & C fights oxidation that leads to neuron de-generation, improving brain function. It’s also able to normalize the neurotransmitters serotonin, dopamine & noradrenaline in the brain, which play a key role in memory, mood, organ function, responses to stimulus such as stress & pleasure & mental health, for example in depression & pshychosis.
MORINGA contains high concentration of polyphenols in it’s leaves & flowers that protect the liver against oxidation, toxicity & damage. MORINGA can reduce liver damage & fibrosis & reverse oxidation in the liver. MORINGA oil can also restore liver enzymes to normal levels, reducing oxidative stress & increasing protein content in the liver.
The liver is responsible for blood detoxification, bile production, fructose metabolism, fat metabolism & nutrient processing & it can only fulfill these functions with the aid of liver enzymes, so it’s vital that they stay at normal levels. For instance, lower levels of hepatic enzymes can impair it’s ability to filter the blood.
MORINGA has antibacterial & anti-fungal properties that fight infections. It’s been effective against type of fungi that cause infections on skin & strains of bacteria responsible for blood & urinary tract infections & digestive problems.
MORINGA has blood-clotting properties in it’s leaves, roots & seeds that enhance wound healing & can reduce clotting time, which means it reduces the time it takes for scratches, cuts or wounds to stop bleeding.

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The plant is originally native to Paraguay and Brazil but is now also grown in Japan and China. It is used as a non-nutritive sweetener and herbal supplement.

A non-nutritive sweetener is one that contains little to no calories. Stevia is used as a healthful alternative to added sugar in many meals and beverages.

1) Diabetes

Research has shown that stevia sweeteners do not contribute calories or carbohydrates to the diet. They have also demonstrated no effect on blood glucose or insulin response. This allows people with diabetes to eat a wider variety of foods and comply with a healthful meal plan.

Another review of five randomized controlled trials compared the effects of stevia on metabolic outcomes with the effects of placebos. The study concluded that stevia showed minimal to no effects on blood glucose, insulin levels, blood pressure, and body weight.

In one of these studies, subjects with type 2 diabetes reported that stevia triggered significant reductions in blood glucose and glucagon response after a meal. Glucagon is a hormone that regulates glucose levels in the blood, and the mechanism that secretes glucagon is often faulty in people with diabetes.

Glucagon drops when blood glucose climbs. This regulates the glucose level.

2) Weight control

There are many causes of overweight and obesity, such as physical inactivity and increased intake of energy-dense foods that are high in fat and added sugars.

The intake of added sugars has been shown to contribute an average of 16 percent of the total calories in the American diet. This has been linked to weight gain and reduced control of blood glucose levels.

Stevia contains no sugar and very few, if any, calories. It can be part of a well-balanced diet to help reduce energy intake without sacrificing taste.

3) Pancreatic cancer

Stevia contains many sterols and antioxidant compounds, including kaempferol.

Studies have found that kaempferol can reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer by 23 percent.

4) Blood pressure

Certain glycosides in stevia extract have been found to dilate blood vessels. They can also increase sodium excretion and urine output.

A 2003 study showed that stevia could potentially help lower blood pressure. The study suggested that the stevia plant might have cardiotonic actions. Cardiotonic actions normalize blood pressure and regulate the heartbeat.

However, more recent studies have shown that stevia does not seem to impact blood pressure. Further research is required to confirm this benefit of stevia.

5) Children's diets

Foods and beverages containing stevia can play an important role in decreasing calories from unwanted sweeteners in the diets of children.

There are now thousands of products on the market containing naturally-sourced stevia, ranging from salad dressings to snack bars. This availability allows children to consume sweet foods and drinks without the added calories while transitioning to a lower sugar diet.

Excessive sugars and calories are linked to obesity and cardiovascular disease.

6) Allergies

In 2010, the European Food Safety Committee (EFSA) reviewed existing literature to determine if there was any cause for concern regarding the potential for allergic reactions to stevia.

The reviewers concluded that "steviol glycosides are not reactive and are not metabolized to reactive compounds, therefore, it is unlikely that the steviol glycosides under evaluation should cause by themselves allergic reactions when consumed in foods."

Even the highly purified forms of stevia extract are highly unlikely to cause an allergic reaction. No cases of allergic reaction to stevia have been recorded since 2008.

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1. Fights Acne

Sweet lime juice and kalonji oil together can fix many skin problems. For every cup of sweet lime juice, you’ll need about half a teaspoon of kalonji oil. Apply the oil twice a day on your face and watch your blemishes and acne disappear. If you keep pure kalonji oil handy, you can use it to treat cracked heels as well.

2. Keeps a Check on Diabetes

This is probably one of the most known benefits of kalonji. If you already have diabetes, kalonji oil can also help to manage it. Take half a teaspoon of the oil in a cup of black tea every morning, and see the difference in a few weeks.

3. Increases Memory and Alleviates Asthma

Ground kalonji seeds with a little bit of honey is known to boost memory. And if you mix this in warm water and drink, it also helps in alleviating breathing trouble (asthma included) in children and adults alike. But you need to do this is for at least 45 days, and avoid cold beverages and food during the period.

4. Gets Rid of Headaches

One of the most common urban problems in today’s time is headaches. Instead of popping a pill, rub kalonji oil on your forehead, relax, and wait for your headache to disappear. Nothing like natural home remedies!

5. Aids Weight Loss

The warm water, honey, and lemon combination is often recommended for those who are on a diet. Now add a pinch of powdered kalonji seeds to this mix and see how it works. Many health enthusiasts have claimed that kalonji seeds is a miracle ingredient which helps in shedding those extra kilos.

6. Eases Joint Pain

It’s an old-school treatment; take a handful of kalonji seeds, and heat it well with mustard oil. Once the oil is smoking, take it off the flame and cool it down for a bit. The oil is ready when you can dip the tip of a finger into the oil without feeling uncomfortable. Now use this oil to massage the inflamed joint.

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7. Controls Blood Pressure

For those who suffer from or have the tendency of high blood pressure can drink half a teaspoon of kalonji oil with warm water to keep hypertension under control. It is of course advised to follow a proper diet along with it.

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8. Protects the Kidney

Kidney stones are a common urban problem. It is said that half a teaspoon of kalonji oil had with two teaspoons of honey and warm water can aid in getting rid of kidney pain, stones and infections. But you also need to consult a doctor to get a proper diet.


9. Makes Teeth Stronger

Did you know that kalonji has been used traditionally to take care of dental trouble such as swelling or bleeding of gums, and weak teeth? Of course you need to see a dentist, but you can also massage your teeth with curd and some kalonji oil twice a day to strengthen your gums.


10. Strengthens Immunity

Kalonji oil, honey and warm water have more than one benefit. Apart from the ones already mentioned, it can also help to strengthen your immunity if consumed daily. If you add kalonji oil in boiling water and inhale the fumes, it can also reduce nasal congestion, and help those who suffer from sinusitis problems.

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Quick Facts
When you’re buying nigella seeds, remember to check the pack carefully; the seeds are jet black and shouldn’t look stale.
Storing nigella is important. Always store it in a dry place and make sure it doesn’t come in contact with moisture.
Don’t buy large quantities of kalonji. 100 grams can take you a long way, so buy in smaller portions. This will prevent the seed from losing its aroma and benefits by sitting on the shelf for too long.

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