Ayurveda

Amla

Amla

The Indian gooseberry, best-known locally as Amla, is a tree that’s best-known for its nutrient rich fruits. It has been a common plant in the ancient Indian medicinal practice of Ayurveda. It’s a potent source of vitamin C and also contains iron and calcium.

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Boost immune system naturally

In the wisdom of Ayurvedic medication, the thought of good health isn’t relegated to merely ‘not being sick.’ Our entire constitutions are fully balanced and reinvigorated after we truly experience ‘good health’. Apart from balancing the doshas – vata, pitta, and kapha, as well as ensuring our digestive fire, referred to as Agni, is functioning to its utmost, we can follow some very sound techniques which will facilitate boost immunity.

According to Ayurveda, even the foremost deadly illness would never have an effect on an individual in ‘good health’.

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Kaishore Guggulu

Kaishore guggulu is a guggul formulation used for raised uric acid, Vata rakta (mild to severe attacks of gouty arthritis), inflammatory diseases, Vrana (wounds),  Gulma (abdominal diseases), constipation, Ajirna (indigestion), Prameha Pitika (diabetic carbuncles) etc.

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Chinchadi Lehyam

Chinchadi Lehyam is a semi-solid Ayurvedic medicine which is prepared with addition of jaggery, sugar or sugar-candy and boiled with prescribed juices or decoction. These preparations contain protein, minerals and vitamins that helps to improve overall health.

Chinchadi Lehyam is suitable for persons suffering from general weakness, low weight, low appetite and children. It is a health tonic suitable for gaining immunity from recurrent infections and weight.

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What Time Should You Sleep??

By James Pang Is there a best time to sleep? There is a saying that sleeping early and waking up early is good for your health. How true is that? Is it alright to sleep late and wake up late? You actually have an amazing biological clock ticking inside your body. It is very precise. …

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Fatty Liver Disease

In Ayurveda, the liver is considered a fire – or pitta – organ, since it is essential to digestion and elimination. Therefore, the health of the liver requires balance in the pitta dosha to support the liver’s ability to flush toxins from the body. When the liver is overloaded with toxins like alcohol or fats, it will work too hard and burn too hot. This causes inflammation and problems throughout the body. Ayurvedic practitioners treat liver problems like fatty liver with a combination of dietary and lifestyle modifications and herbal remedies.

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