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  • Know Thyroid and its natural solution

    The thyroid gland is situated in the front of the neck and produces a hormone thyroxine which plays a very important role in regulating the general metabolism of the body. When it is defective, the conditions known as myxedema (in adults) and cretinism (in children) result. An excess of its secretion is associated with a condition known as exophthalmic goiter or thyrotoxicosis or Grave's disease.   Read more

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  • Hypertension /High Blood Pressure – The silent killer!!!

    Hypertension is one of the major causes of disability and death all over the world. Hypertension causes heart attacks, strokes, kidney failures and other disorder if it is neglected and remains untreated. In many cases, hypertension does not cause any symptoms until it causes complications such as heart attack and stroke and plays a role of silent killer in the body. So it is important to realize that you may have high blood pressure and only way to find it out that get your blood pressure checked at regular intervals.   Read more

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  • Sugar or Jaggery – Ayurvedic help for Diabetic patients

    Diabetes is the most common disorder found in majority of the Indian population some even at a younger age. The biggest and the major culprit of Diabetes is the excessive use of Sugar in daily diet. The side effects of using sugar in so large quantities among the Indian populace are one of the most alarming reasons for heart issues and sugar problems. On the contrary, with the same elementary sweetness in the daily food, Jaggery causes lesser health issues and also is a natural sweetener. Usage of Jaggery creates lesser health issues and also gives you the good health and lesser infections and sickness.  Read more

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  • How to Stay Fit in Summer by Following Ayurvedic Summer Lifestyle

    The heat of the summer seeps into our system, saps away our strength and leaves us dehydrated. Ayurvedic regimen for all, which helps to Stay fit in summer and maintain vitality.  Read more

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  • Onions and garlic - Not ideal for Pitta Dosha Person

    You‘ve often heard of the no onion and garlic diet that lot of people follow. Often, food prepared for the deities is also without onion and garlic. Wondering why Ayurveda recommends a no onion-garlic diet, even though onion and garlic have several health benefits?  Read more

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  • Ayurvedic tips to delay menopause

    An active menstrual cycle is a sign of our youth, vitality and more importantly, our fertility.

    But there are alarming cases of women having early menopauses these days. Let alone women in their 50s, those in their late 30s are experiencing hot flashes, vaginal dryness, reduced sex drive and absence of menstruation: all classic signs of menopause. Infertility aside, early menopause also robs us of our bone health and cardiac health, leaving us more susceptible to osteoporosis and strokes.  Read more

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  • Avoid these honey combinations according to Ayurveda

    Know which healthy ingredient becomes dangerous for consumption when you add them to honey.
    Health benefits aside, honey a natural sweetener also has loads of medicinal value.  A versatile sweetener, honey can be used as a part of salad dressings or stirred into a healthy smoothie. According to Ayurveda, honey is the best yogavahi, or a catalyst that carries the properties of the medicines added to it. But this potent substance can also turn dangerous if it is mixed with the wrong ingredients.  Read more

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  • PCOD/PCOS-Polycystic Ovarian Diseases- Ayurvedic view

    PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a major cause for female infertility. Altered diet, stress and unhealthy lifestyles all lead to PCOS. Patients experience symptoms like obesity or weight gain, hair growth on face, hoarseness of voice and irregular menstrual cycle and altered menstrual flow.  Read more

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  • Know the root cause of diseases!!!

    Many Patients suffering from conditions like chronic constipation, IBS, certain auto immune conditions, various types of acne and arthritis etc, who say the following: I have tried various remedies for my problem. I often find that there is relief for the first few days but after a while no matter what I do, I appear to be standing at a dead end. Nothing works and the problem never seems to go away.  Read more

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  • Hair fall Causes

    It is normal to witness shredding of some hair each day as part of hair growth cycle. But few may experience hair fall more than normal. Excessive shredding of hair is called as hair loss or hair fall.  Read more

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  • Ayurvedic tips for Insomnia

    Insomnia is defined as “difficulty to fall asleep”. People with Insomnia or sleepless ness suffer from various symptoms. They feel it difficult to fall asleep. Sometimes they wake from middle of sleep and find it difficult to fall asleep again. Many of those who suffer from sleep disorders feel tiered after waking up. Even waking up too early in morning is a sleep disorder.  Read more

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  • Madhumeh – Diabetes Mellitus

    Diabetes is a wide spread chronic disease of which 80-90% are Type 2 Diabetes mellitus. Beta Cells of the Pancreas Glands are responsible for Insulin which is essential for proper utilisation of carbohydrates. If insulin is absent, the carbohydrates is not utilised and these appear in the blood in the form of Glucose.  Read more

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  • Garcinia Cambogia the herb of Ayurveda- Vrikshamla

    Garcinia cambogia is a small, sweet, exotic fruit native to South India and Southeast Asia has garnered a lot of attention of late as a popular natural weight loss aid. People have long used the dried Garcinia rinds for chutneys or curries, and sometimes as an aid for stomach problems.  Read more

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  • Shadrasa – Six taste

    A healthy diet is very important for a healthy body and a healthy mind. An ideal diet, according to Ayurveda incorporates the six tastes prescribed in the literature and comprises a wide variety of fresh fruits, grains and milk.rectly and indirectly affect the three doshas of an individual. We can achieve a balance in these three doshas by regulating diet.  Read more

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  • Treat Constipation with Ayurveda

    Ayurveda, the ancient healing science from orient always considered our array of physical and psychic malfunctions as interrelated and integrated in the gross nature of our organic incoherence. Thus treating constipation with Ayurveda does not precipitate or suggest any readymade medicinal approach like curative drugs of allopathic tradition. Constipation is one of the most common health problems experienced by countless people all over the world.   Read more

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  • Are you healthy? Know how to stay healthy...

    How to stay healthy is the most common and major question in everyone's mind across the globe at present. Health and fitness are the major concern of every individual throughout the entire life and everyone wants to stay healthy and fit for longer period of time. But due to hectic lifestyle, excessive work pressure and many other factors it has become a difficult task to maintain good health.   Read more

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  • Osteoarthritis

    Osteoarthritis is a joint disease, most common types of arthritis. It is characterized by a breakdown of the joint's cartilage. Cartilage is the part of the joint that cushions the ends of bones. Cartilage breakdown causes bones to rub against each other, causing pain and loss of movement. Osteoarthritis can range from very mild to very severe, and most commonly affects middle-aged and older people. It affects most of the all joints of the body such as knees, hips, feet and the back.  Read more

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  • Immune System and Ayurveda

    Our Immune System protects us from diseases by detecting a wide variety of agents - from Viruses to other harmful Micro-organisms. But unfortunately, given our Erratic Lifestyles, Improper Eating Habits and Irregular Routines, we end up compromising on our Immunity that makes our body more susceptible to dangerous diseases. Immune-deficiency is a state in which the body’s ability to fight infectious diseases is compromised or entirely absent. An immune-compromised person may be particularly vulnerable to opportunistic infections, in addition to normal infections that could affect anyone. Immune-deficiency may also increase the risk of Cancer.  Read more

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  • Ayurvedic Approach to Indigestion

    The word “Indigestion” is commonly used to describe the discomfort in one’s belly mostly caused after food consumption. Fullness, bloating, nausea, heart burn are other symptoms of Indigestion.  Read more

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  • Irregular menstrual cycle

    The menstrual cycle in female plays an important role for her physical and mental wellbeing. This is the development that makes a lady the mother one of the most respectable designation. But on contrary if this cycle gets irregularity due to any reason, it curses. However abnormal menstrual periods in various form is continuously. According to ayurveda the annoyance of the dosha especially amalgam of Pitta with Rakta is responsible for this. Ayurveda considers the DUB is a cluster of diseases that can be revolutionized many other diseases like infertility, anemia and other.  Read more

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  • Alcoholism & Ayurveda

    Alcoholism is a chronic mental disorder which takes a toll on a person; not just physically, but mentally as well. Certain kinds of alcohol, if taken in small amounts, can be good for the body; but when consumed in large quantities can have far-reaching effects on the body and mind.Drinking too much slows down the brain, makes the mind and memory foggy and lowers inhibitions. Liver damage, high blood pressure, heart diseases, stroke, impotence, infertility, breast and throat cancer, brain and nerve damage and premature aging are the end result of alcohol.   Read more

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  • Cholesterol in Ayurveda

    Ayurveda has a slightly different view on cholesterol than Western medicine. Ayurveda views cholesterol as playing an important role in supporting and lubricating the body’s numerous circulatory channels, known as shrotas. The shrotas are the circulatory channels of the body; micro-shrotas carry nutrients to the cells and waste from the cells. Larger shrotas, such as the arteries and veins, carry blood to and from the heart. To be healthy and functional, the shrotas must be flexible and elastic, and cholesterol plays a role in constantly lubricating and supporting the shrotas. This is particularly the case for the delicate pranavahi shrotas that lead to the brain as well as the shrotas that carry hot fluids, i.e. blood.   Read more

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