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Snow Mountain Garlic, also known as Kashmiri Lahsun or Himalayan Garlic or Ek Pothi Lahsun is a specific variety of garlic found in the Himalayan region. It is much smaller in size compared to the commercial garlic consumed in everyday life. In Ayurveda, it is a highly revered medicine and considered very effective alone for many ailments including Lung...
Uses, Benefits, Side Effects and Ingredients of Balaswangandhadi Thailam
  Balaswangandhadi Thailam or Oil is an ayurvedic preparation used for increasing muscle strength and tone the nerves. It treats the weakness of muscles, ligaments, joints, and bones. It is made on the principles of Kerala Ayurveda. It is also known as Ashwagandha Bala Lakshadi thailam named after its dominant constitution of Ashwagandha, Bala, and Lakshadi.Uses and Benefits of Balaswangandhadi...
Yoga For Acidity Gas Gerd Feature Image
  In our previous article, we discussed the reasons, precautions and some quick relief home remedies for acidity and gastritis. In this article, I would like to give top 7 yoga poses you can do to help reduce chronic acidity. Yoga is a form of exercise, which has solutions for almost all sort of ailments but the only condition is...
Acidity Causes and Ayurvedic Remedies Feature Image
  Acidity, acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and gastritis are groups of diseases caused by excess secretions from gastric glands of the stomach; these include hydrochloric acid, bile juice, and various other enzymes. Acidity refers to the heartburn and formation of gas in the stomach resulting from the excess secretions. The acid may irritate and enter the lower esophagus...
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  Kottamchakkadi Thailam / Oil is named after its main ingredient Kottam (Saussurea Lappa) which has a strong anti-inflammatory effect. This Ayurvedic oil preparation is taken from the text Sahasrayogam which is a popular book on keraliya ayurvedic treatment.   Uses and Benefits of Kottamchukkadi Thailam: Kottamchakkadi thailam is used for treated all kinds of vata disorders like muscular pain, arthritis, neuromuscular...
Ayurvedic Remedies For Constipation Feature Image
  Constipation is one of the most common ailments in modern life. With the advent of junk food, aerated drinks, over salty food and a lifestyle of eating out, little activity, smoking, and alcohol consumption, constipation is a common consequence. We tend to see chronic constipation as just a small issue which can be resolved quickly by popping a few...
Top 7 Yoga Pose For Balancing Kapha Dosha
  Kapha Dosha is one of the primary tridoshas that make up the constitution of our body. I have previously written a detailed post describing what Kapha Dosha comprises so you can read it if you need more details. The seat of kapha dosha is the chest. Aggravated kapha is generally manifested in the chest area and causes illnesses related...
Ghee Golden Elixir Of Healthy Life Featured Image
 In Ayurvedic Philosophy, Ghee (popularly known as Clarified Butter in the west) is indispensable towards maintaining a healthy living. If you study deeper into Ayurveda, ghee appears almost everywhere which clues on its importance. Not only that, but It also appears a lot in all ancient Indian cooking methods as a foundation stone. Today we delve deeper into what...
Arjuna Herb comes from Arjun Tree which is also known by names Terminalia Arjuna (botanical name), White Marudah (English name), Arjun(Hindi name). Arjun Tree is considered a boon for cardiovascular health in Ayurveda and has been used in ancient India for more than 1000 years. The bark of Arjuna Tree also popularly known as Arjuna Chaal (means skin in...
Everything You Need To Know About Chamomile Tea
Recently one of my friends quit smoking. It was the hardest things he ever had to do.. and one of the most difficult parts of quitting smoking was severe anxiety and irritability. I started looking on the internet to find a solution that could help him with the withdrawal symptoms when I discovered Chamomile Tea. I thought I would...