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17 February

The biggest health threat in this century is non-communicable diseases. Communicable diseases are to a certain extent, under control due to measures such as hygiene, affordability of nutritious food and wide use of antibiotics, the diseases of today are not amenable to any of the above-mentioned measures. They are due to a sedentary lifestyle, a culture […]

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15 February

Practitioners of Ayurveda medicine prescribe remedies on the basis of their attributes /quality. This includes,slow/sharp, oily/dry, cold/hot, slimy/rough, dense/liquid, soft/hard, static/mobile, subtle/gross, thick/clear, and heavy/light. The other aspects of classification of herbs are according to six tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent and astringent. Taste is a therapeutic agent in Ayurveda. The diseases can be […]

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13 February

From menarche to menopause is the reproductive age of women where physiologically all functions are optimal. A woman is called vruddha after she attains menopause. The best part of a woman’s life cycle is this reproductive phase. Ayurveda has a treasure of advise to keep this reproductive phase happy and productive. The uterus is the primary […]

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11 February

Neurodegenerative disease is an umbrella term for a range of conditions which primarily affect the neurons in the human brain. Many neurodegenerative diseases including Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and Huntington’s occur as a result of neurodegenerative processes. Neurodegenerative diseases are incurable and debilitating conditions that result in progressive degeneration and/or death of nerve cells. This […]

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09 February

Children are the epitome of purity and divinity. An uncontaminated mind and an unprejudiced intellect make the child really divine. The child grows through the societal interaction he or she receives from peers and seniors. Kashyapa divides the child’s life into three stages : Fetal stage (Garbhastham) – 9 months Infancy and early childhood (Balyam) […]

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22 January

Do you care for your work more than your life? Yes, at the peak of the career everyone has to. But then what about happiness and health when you turn 50? Here’s a simple 20 minute help that can be derived from Ayurveda. On a busy workday wake up with an alarm but do not […]

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19 January

Ayurveda, treatment is aimed towards complete cure from disease. It has the best answers to many diseases, it can be helpful to show the path towards healthy living. Winter is characteristically like Vata Dosha (dry and cold) and has a harmful effect on joints. With the progress of age, problems like rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout, idiopathic […]

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15 January

Did you know that the fruit Bel or Bilwa works on Diabetes like a charm? Bel (Aegle marmelos) known as Bilwa in Sanskrit has both spiritual and medicinal properties.  It is known as Lord Shiva’s favourite and is believed that worshipping this tree will bring prosperity in life. Hence it is also known as Shreephala […]

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29 December

Foot infections and gangrene are common complications in people with diabetes. They may even end in the loss of a toe, foot, or even a leg! Read more to know about the condition and how to lower your chances of having diabetes-related foot problems with Ayurvedic treatment. Diabetes mellitus represents several diseases in which high […]

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25 December

For diabetics, a healthy diet along with exercise is key to healthy living. Diabetic Diet meal plans Eating regimented meals that contain wholesome meals thrice a day is very beneficial. The meal plan is based on 60% calories from carbohydrates, 20% from proteins, 10% from fats or oils and 10% portions of fruits and vegetables […]

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