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Most Effective Ayurvedic Herbs To Balance Female Hormones
If you are a woman like me in this day and age, you must be well aware of the everyday health problems we face. It may be PCOD, PCOS, PMS, Thyroid, Hot flashes, Difficulty in conceiving to heavy, painful or irregular menstruation, the root of all these problems is a hormonal imbalance due to the times we live in...
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Karpooradi Thailam / Oil, also known as Karpuradi Thailam obtains its name from Kapoor (Camphor) which is its main ingredient. It is an Ayurvedic massage oil by Kerala Ayurveda, used for the treatment of muscle pain and cramps, arthritic joint pain. Its main use is pain relief for swelling, inflammation and almost all kinds of body...
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 Sukumaram Kashayam (Sanskrit name) - also known as Sukumar Kashaya (Hindi name) - is an Ayurvedic medicine available in the decoction liquid form or in the concentrated tablet form. This all-powerful decoction has been mentioned in one of the ancient root texts of Ayurveda known as Ashtanga Hridayam. The Ashtanga Hridayam guides users in matters oh health and nutrition and...
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 Abhayarishtam (Sanskrit name) or Abhayarishta (Hindi name) is one of the most common Ayurvedic medicines formulated by our ancient Rishis and has been mentioned in the Ayurvedic texts - Bhashajya Ratnavali and Ashtanga Hridayam. Arishtams are aqueous remedies formulated in Ayurvedic medicine. Popularly considered to be a "miracle potion," Abhayarishta is primarily used for treating constipation and haemorrhoids.Abhayarishtam Key...
Did you know that there are some 3,000 different types of parasites and that around 50% of Americans struggle with parasitic issues on a daily basis? And if Ayurvedic texts and research are to be believed, parasite growth is encouraged by a weak digestive fire or low Agni. If only there was a natural herb that had the ability...
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 Ancient medical practitioners were onto something when they discovered the benefits of Gokshura (Sanskrit name), Gokhru (Hindi name) or Tribulus Terrestris (Botanical name). This herb -  also ingested as a dietary supplement - is hardly a bitter pill to swallow (pun not intended). Why? Because it comes with infinite health benefits - physical and mental - that'll keep you...
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At the heart of Ayurveda - the mother of all healing - lies an important herb that's been utilized since 1500 BC: "Kalmegh."It's only recently that western medicine has begun to acknowledge the wonders of this powerful herb. Adding to this is the fact that as per Market Research Future (MRFR), the Global Herbal Medicine Market will generate a...
Gambhari, also known as Gambhar / Kashmari is a medicinal plant that is found natively in the hilly areas of India, Pakistan and Bhutan but is also found in Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. In Ayurveda, all its fruit, leaves, flowers, roots and bark are considered very useful for the treatment of several ailments like hyperacidity, blood pressure,...
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Udwarthanam massage is an Ayurvedic deep tissue massage. It involves rubbing oil and herbal powder on the body in a direction opposite to the direction in which the body hair is growing. The herbal powders are rubbed forcibly on the body. It is one of the most sought after therapies for weight loss. It is in demand, especially in...
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 Chandanasava or Chandanasavam is a potent herbal formula which is used to effectively treat urinary and urogenital disorders. What most people don’t know is that Chandanasava is an Ayurvedic wine preparation. It contains 5-10% of self-generated alcohol. However, it is safe for consumption. Chandana (sandalwood) and Asava (sweetening agent) are the primary ingredients in Chandanasava. Chandana has a cooling...
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Did you know that according to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO), 80% of the population prefers traditional herbal medicine for primary health concerns - for obvious reasons. It's cheaper and safer to use than the antibiotic counterparts. In such a scenario, it becomes imperative to get a better understanding of one of the most useful herbs...
Chirata is a medicinal herb that grows twice a year up to a height of 4 feet. The plant is cultivated extensively in Bhutan and many mountainous regions of northern India. Ancient Vedic literature carries proof of the various medicinal benefits of this wonder herb. Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani testify to the pharmacological properties of Chirata. Chirata herb is...