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30 April

The Covid-19 Pandemic has given rise to innumerable cases of Cough, Cold and Fever across all age groups, and so improving our immunity seems to be the only way to be healthy and protect ourselves from being effected by the Coronavirus.  Giloi (Tinospora cordifolia) is an Ayurvedic herb that has been used in Indian Medicine […]

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03 April

IngredientsTurmeric powder: 1 teaspoonCrushed jeera/cumin seeds: ½ tspPepper corns: 4-6Milk: 1 cupJaggery/Sugar: to taste PreparationBoil 1 tsp of turmeric powder with half cup of milk in a small, pan for 5-8 minutes.Strain using a tea strainer. Add a little jaggery/sugar to taste. This milk should be consumed within 4-5 hours after preparation. UsesBoosts your immunity […]

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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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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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24 October

Dr. Tehreem Khan suggests that yoghurt/curd Is not recommended during Winters & Monsoons as it produces Kapha, Blocks Sinuses, Makes You Prone To Cough, Cold and Allergies.Yoghurt is considered a “super food” and there are many who love having it “daily”. Yoghurt is consumed for one or more of the following reasons- 🗹 Considered as […]

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