Bloating is a condition where in the stomach feels full and tight due to the buildup of gas in the small intestine. While there are many different causes of gas or a bloated stomach, it often occurs when the body struggles to break down food after meals.
Acharya Charaka in his Charaka Samhitha has mentioned Guduchi as Medhya Rasayana, a mental rejuvenator. It is of great benefit in treating Fever, Anemia, Jaundice, Urinary tract disorders, Asthma etc
It helps in the functioning of the healthy immune system by maintaining sufficient levels of WBC and helps reducing stress.
Ah, what a timely post! Right when the sun is raging like never before, we get to talk about something that offers absolute respite.
This fruit needs no introduction, does it? It has been on our list of favorites since we were kids, and it will continue to remain…
No matter the age or gender, anyone can benefit from Black pepper, this extra ordinary spice!
It has an active component called piperine that gives Black pepper its characteristic taste. It contains iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, chromium, vitamins A and C, and other nutrients.
Also called the ‘King of Spices’ and ‘Black Gold’, Black pepper has a unique taste of its own, and it is not intended to be used like salt.
Named after one of the highest states of consciousness (Brahman or God consciousness), Brahmi/ Mandukaparni is one of the most powerful brain tonics in the Ayurveda.
The leaf of the plant resembles the cerebellum and is traditionally used to promote memory and intelligence and to relax the central nervous system.
Gotu Kola is said to develop the crown chakra, the energy center at the top of the head and to balance the right and left hemispheres of the brain, which the leaf is said to resemble.
The seeds come from flax, one amongst the oldest crops in the world. Flaxseed was initially cultivated in Babylon in 3000 BC, followed by Egypt and China. King Charlemagne believed so strongly in the health benefits of flax seeds that he passed a law to make sure his subjects ate flaxseeds.