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Ayurveda

Could Knowing Your Dosha be the Secret Treatment for Your Health Complaints?

Posted January 9, 2014

Sometimes it feels like that you need a different doctor or specialist to treat every ache and pain in your body. According to Dr. Oz, the secret to treating your health complaints may not with your doctor, but with your “Dosha” as Dr. Oz reintroduces the ancient healing practice of Ayurvedic medicine.

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The remarkable health benefits of shilajit

Posted October 27, 2013

Shilajit is an Indian Sanskrit word that means “rock-invincible.” It was a sacred rock in the Aryuvedic traditions and renowned for its remarkable health benefits. It is a rock-like substance that is found in mountainous regions in Asia. This material has been found to have great detoxification and energy-producing health benefits.

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Naturally slow aging, increase mental awareness and eliminate impurities with Ayurvedic massage

Posted July 18, 2013

Giving yourself a daily self-massage with aromatherapy massage oils is a deeply healing and deeply enjoyable practice that activates the body’s inner pharmacy and slows the aging process. This ancient holistic tradition from India is known as Abhyanga or Ayurvedic massage. Ayurvedic massage enhances health by creating a balance of mind, body, and spirit. Depending upon your unique mind-body type (dosha), your massage technique can be gentle or more vigorous.

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Six ways Ayurvedic medicine can change your life

Posted May 10, 2013

China has their ancient medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and India has its ancient medical version called Ayurveda. Both go back 5,000 years or more. This article focuses on Ayurveda.

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The Best Ayurvedic Treatments for Diabetes

Posted May 4, 2013

Diabetes is one of the most commonly occurring medical conditions in the world and is caused due to the high blood glucose level in a person’s body. Diabetes or diabetes Mellitus occurs when either the insulin production level is inadequate in a body or in the case when a person’s body cells do not respond to insulin in a proper way.

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Shirodhara

Posted April 30, 2013

In Ayurveda “Shirodhara” is a treatment which totally relaxes the nervous system. For a person who is under mental stress, it lowers the metabolic rate and establishes a blissful feeling, and a person undergoing the therapy is fully refreshed and rejuvenated.

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Stay Young and Healthy Forever with Natural Healing – Ayurveda Expert Speaks

Posted April 9, 2013

The term ‘Ayurveda’ conjures up images of relaxing massages and steamy baths with fresh scent of medicinal herbs wafting through the air to instill in us an exhilarating sense of wellbeing. Popping pills is easy for those on the go, but the principles and practice of ayurveda, an alternative medicine, guarantee rejuvenation of the whole system—body, mind and soul, to enhance a person’s health and quality of life.

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Evaluation of pharmacological activities and assessment of intraocular penetration of an ayurvedic polyherbal eye drop (ItoneTM) in experimental models

Posted January 2, 2013

The polyherbal eye drop (ItoneTM) is a mixture of aqueous distillates of nineteen traditionally used ingredients that sum up to impart potency to the formulation and make it a useful adjunct in various ocular pathologies. However, as there have been no controlled experimental studies accounting to the above claim, therefore, the present study was designed to evaluate the polyherbal formulation (PHF) for antiangiogenic, anti-inflammatory, anticataract, antioxidant and cytotoxicity in addition to the evaluation of intraocular penetration of PHF in rabbit eyes using LC-MS/MS.

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Foods to Increase Sexual Vigor from Ancient India

Posted October 6, 2012

Long, long ago people in ancient India believed that imbibing snake blood or eating flesh of the Nilgiri Langur could increase sexual libido. Men from the land of Kama Sutra also believed that consuming goat’s testicles boiled in milk increased sexual vigor. The repertoire of aphrodisiacs of Indian origin, find their roots in Ayurvedic therapies. In early days man looked on aphrodisiacs to overcome sexual inadequacies and infertility – with procreation as the foremost obligation.

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Shatavari – A Woman’s Best Friend

Posted September 27, 2012

Shatavari or Asparagus racemosus is a popular herb aptly called the “Female Health Formula”. Asparagusracemosus is the most commonly used Asparagus species in ayurveda and indigenous medicine in India. The plant is called shatawar in Hindi and in Sanskrit this plant is called shatavari which means ‘able to have one hundred husbands’. In Ayurveda this amazing herb is known as the “queen of herbs” because it promotes love and positive emotions and is very useful in strengthening the reproductive system of women. It is also a very important herb for women’s overall health and vitality.

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