Welcome Spring Healthfully

Spring (March to May) is the time when nature is flourished very well with beautiful landscapes adorned with fresh flowers and leaves. It seems like mother earth has just taken a rebirth. The environment warms up after the body-freezing cold of the winter. This inspires people to come out of their houses to explore the refreshing beauty of nature. This …

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Ayurvedic Herbs for flu and fever

1. Guduchi · This herb helps to clean the lungs and strengthens immunity. · It enhances the strength of the lungs and their ability to overcome pathogens. · It is also helpful in controlling a fever 2. Tulsi · Tulsi is one of the best Ayurvedic herb with antiseptic, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. · It can detox the body and …

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Immunity & Flu Prevention Products List

Nature has the most abundant resources for prevention, management, and cure for all kinds of disorders. Let’s see some of the most important and practical preventive measures. These preventive measures are absolutely natural and free from harmful chemicals. 1. Sesame Oil · Massage the whole body with oil in the morning, before the start of the day or before breakfast,. …

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Ayurvedic Lifestyle and Food recommendations in Winter

Winter occurs when the Earth’s Northern hemisphere is tilted away from the sun. It is the perfect season to spend time with your close ones. One can enjoy the serenity of nature, the beauty of snowfall, and the comfort of coziness by building a fireplace when it’s cold outside. In winter, Kapha Dosha is dominant and it gets aggravated easily. …

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Tridosha 3 bio-energies that rule our state of being

Tridoshas are made of the 5 elements. These five elements are essence of creation. Everything is being created from it. Vata, Pitta, and Kapha- The three bio-energies responsible for the existence of life. These energies are needed to be balanced to maintain a healthy body and mind constitution. “vāyu: pittaṃ kaphaśceti trayo doṣ ā: samāsata: || vikṛ tā’vikṛ tā dehaṃ …

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Meaning of Ayurveda

The term Ayurveda is made out of two Sanskrit words ‘Ayuh’ +’ Veda’ ‘Ayuh’ stands for longevity or life. ‘Veda’ stands for science or knowledge It literally means the science of life, to extend one’s healthy and meaningful life. This ancient science is considered to have originated by the Gods in times where disease and misery was increasing in the …

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