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Category: Metabolism

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09 June

Facing Fibroids Sixty to sixty-five percent of women Face fibroids by age 50 in their lifetime. While common, they are often not discussed. Leiomyomas or fibroids as they are commonly known are fibrous tumors that grow in the wall of the uterus and are mostly non-cancerous. Women can have a single fibroid or multiple fibroids […]

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08 June

PCOS: Hormone & Harmony With over 1 million cases every year, polycystic ovarian syndrome/ disease (PCOS/ PCOD): an endocrine hormone disorder, is precariously on a rise in Indian women and is now the major cause of infertility. It affects the hormone levels in women. Due to the hormone imbalance caused by PCOS, they tend to […]

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02 June

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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28 May

Indian Gooseberry And Immunity Amla or Amalaki or The “Indian Gooseberry” (EMBILICA OFFICINALIS) is one of the most beneficial fruit found in India. It is used as a major ingredient in many Ayurvedic formulations due to its enormous health benefits & medicinal properties. Amla is the rich of vitamin C and anti-oxidants. As per Ayurveda […]

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14 May

Benefits Of Chyawanprash Chyawanprash is packed with rich nutrients which help enhance immunity and fight against various bacteria and viruses and helps increase your energy and youthfulness. The product is believed to help reduce the bad cholesterol in the body. It is a time-tested herbal remedy the use of which has been mentioned in various […]

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03 April

In Ayurveda, impairment of digestive fire (jathar-agni) and tissue metabolic function (dhatu-agni) are the root cause of all diseases, including those which caused by infections. Unfortunately, the classical texts are vague about the definition of agni and we are yet to decipher what it means in biochemical terms. Nonetheless, the concept of Agni may be […]

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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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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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29 November

Ayurveda is the science of dynamic equilibrium. In fact, the entire science of Ayurveda revolves around different equilibriums within the body and without. Health is in balancing this equilibrium. Can anyone provide a simpler explanation of health? This is the beauty of Ayurveda. The unified theory of Western science is yet to find a comprehensive explanation, […]

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