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Did you know that one in eight women are at risk of developing thyroid problems during her lifetime? Thyroid issues typically present themselves post-pregnancy and during menopause. That said, one of the biggest misconceptions of bearing this disease is that it cannot be cured or can be only cured by popping pills.  From yoga to Ayurvedic natural remedies, there's a...
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Ever heard of a healthy potion that nourishes from the inside while ensuring that the body is free of harmful toxins? That's Gandhak Rasayan for you. Whether it's skin-related fungal infections such as eczema or psoriasis you're suffering from, or whether you wish to get on your hands on an anti-ageing potion, Gandhak Rasayan's benefits are too many to...
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  Get this: According to the World Health Organization, "It is estimated that about 80% of the world's population relies on herbs for their primary healthcare needs." Then, it is hardly surprising, that people oftentimes enquire about a useful Ayurvedic herb/aushadhi (medicine) that is evergreen, ornamental, and more importantly, medicinally-valuable. Vidhara is one such Rasayana herb. This perennial and evergreen...
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If you're someone who prefers a natural alternative to everyday health issues such as premature greying, calcium deficiency, etc., Praval Pishti is for you. Literally translated, Praval means coral in Hindi whereas Pishti refers to processed rose water. Collectively, together these two elements come together to form the powerful Praval Pishti Ayurvedic medicine.   Praval Pishti's Dual Ingredients Shuddha Praval or...
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Get this. One out of every 100 people in the United States suffers from hyperthyroidism, whereas five out of every 100 people suffer from hypothyroidism Plus, data indicates that women are almost 2-10X more likely to develop thyroid than men. What's worse is that in most cases, thyroid transpires due to lifestyle-related causes and not genetic issues (which are...
Mouth-freshener. A natural coolant. A digestive stimulant. A superfood that's in essence, a sweet preserve of rose petals (pun intended). There's no denying that Gulkand's benefits are as diverse as its Ayurvedic and healing properties. Worldwide, it is referred to as a rose petal jam, whereas us desis know it as Gulkand. You must have heard its name when you...
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Did you know that the majority of the body’s mood-boosting hormone - serotonin - is present in the stomach lining and not the head, contrary to popular belief. This is why it is extremely important to take care of your digestive system which not only helps to digest food but is also responsible for cell repair and regeneration. This...
Moti Pishti (aka Mukta Pishti) and Mukta Pishti Bhasma are separate yet similar compounds made up of Pearls calcium. According to Ayurveda, play a great role in cooling the system apart from being a great calcium supplement. It works by balancing Pitta and Kapha doshas. Moti Pishti derives its name from...
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"When Lord Vishnu manifested himself as Narasimha to protect Prahlada and destroy Hiranyakasyapa, his nails were drenched with poison as he tore the demon's stomach. As a result, Narasimha’s nails were seething with great heat and pain. Goddess Lakshmi, seeing the suffering of Her Lord, plucked some fruits of the Audumber Tree which she happened to find nearby. The...
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Did you know that an ancient Indian Ayurvedic herb has been mentioned in the Bible? Hint: It occurs when Mary of Bethany rubs Jesus’s feet with its ointment. Can you guess what it is? It is Spikenard or Muskroot (English name), which back home goes by the name of Jatamansi (Sanskrit name) or Bhootkeshi (Hindi name). Circling back to its...
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