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03 April

IngredientsPippali (in image) powder: 100 gGhee: 400 gWater: 1.6 litres PreparationMix all ingredients in a thick bottom steel pot of about 4 L capacity. Cook on low flame with constant stirring to avoid burning and getting stuck to the bottom. Cook till the sputtering stops indicating complete evaporation of water. At this stage the mixture […]

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03 April

IngredientsDried Licorice (Yashtimadhu/ Mulethi) roots: 500 g PreparationWash the roots thoroughly and sun-dry. Grind the roots using an electric mixer grinder to get a coarse powder. Store this powder in an air-tight glass container, for up to 6 months. You can add couple of tsp of Trikatu powder into Yashtimadhu powder. Mix about ½ teaspoon of this […]

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03 April

IngredientsDry ginger: 100 gDry pepper: 100 gDry pippali (long pepper): 100 gSugar candy and/or Honey: As required Preparation Separately powder dried ginger, pepper and pippali. Mix thoroughly and then sieve through a muslin cloth to get a fine powder. This can be stored in an air-tight container for up to 6 months. While administering, mix […]

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31 March

OsteoArthritis Osteoarthritis (OA) or Sandigatavata as known in Ayurveda is a degenerative joint disorder. It is caused by aging joints, injury, and obesity. Symptoms of Osteoarthritis include joint pain and stiffness.Ayurveda Treatment for arthritis aims to control pain, minimize joint damage and improve or maintain quality of life. Arthritis is treated with a combination of medications, […]

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27 March

Benefits of Kumkumadi Tailam Kumkumadi Tailam (also called Kumkumadi Oil) is an Ayurvedic facial oil, made entirely from natural herbs and oils. It provides cosmetic as well as therapeutic effects for the skin without causing any damage. Besides nourishing the skin, it also works as a cleanser, toner, and moisturizer. The most valuable benefits of Kumkumadi […]

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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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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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