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Triphala is probably one of the most extensively used herbal blends in Ayurveda. From being used as a hair wash to treating diabetic foot – Triphala finds a pivotal role in health. While almost all systems of healing and medicines primarily look at treatment of diseases, Ayurveda goes deeper and wider in terms of it’s

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      Health as per Ayurveda – The concept of “Right Living”   Ayurveda emphases on the concept of ‘right living’ as the core of good health. Each acharya of Ayurveda prescribes that we if follow certain daily and seasonal routines, diseases will be a rarity. Pillars of right living Dinacharya – A prescribed

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It is said in Ayurvedic scriptures that applying the miraculous elixir on one’s face every night would make the face “glow like gold” . This miraculous elixir the ancient sages talk about is the Kumkumadi Tailam.   Here are the top benefits of the Kumkumadi Tailam Cures blemishes, acne scars and hyperpigmentation.  Helps relieve dark circles.  Good

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Why the Nalpamaradi is a must if you want to consider total skin care that is chemical free and completely plant based.

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Ayurveda is an age old medicinal system. The core principle of Ayurveda is not to treat a disease, but to keep the body healthy and prevent diseases. It is a clever system that integrates natural forces to align with the body and mind. According to Ayurveda, nearly 85% of health issues are related to food

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The Vata season is the time for warm delicious food. A rich, nutritious pumpkin soup is just the dish you need. Cooking time – 20 minutes. Stuff you’ll need: 1 Onion, medium diced. 5 to 6 garlic cloves, peeled and smashed. Half a pumpkin, peeled and sliced. Seeds and pulp taken away. 2 tspns of

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  Vata is a combination of air and space. Typically, the fall is Vata, being windy where the leaves change colour and fall off. Vata is typically the season from October to February. People in the northern part of India consider this a season starting the festival of Diwali and ending with the festival of

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