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Miracle Cure – Oil Pulling

Posted April 15, 2013

Oil pulling is an ancient ayurvedic treatment which has been brought to light by Dr.F Karach in 1992. The oil pulling therapy is gaining popularity due to its simplicity and being very economical at the same time.

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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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Paving the Way for Greater Use of Ancient Medical Knowledge

Posted March 15, 2013

Scientists are reporting an advance toward overcoming a major barrier to tapping the potential of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and India’s Ayurvedic medicine in developing new and more effective modern drugs. Their report appears in ACS’ Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling.

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Ayurvedic Treatment for Cancer

Posted March 2, 2013

All human kind is searching for the cure of cancer. While we all know about the modern treatment options, you should also think about the Ayurvedic treatment for cancer. Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine that uses natural substances and herbs for healing purposes.

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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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Australian Expert concludes Natural Health Remedies are better than Prescription Drugs

Posted November 15, 2012

Ayurvedic practitioner, Raman Das Mahatyagi believes “The natural way is the better way”. Based in Sydney Australia, with over 20 years of experience he has helped patients lead healthier lifestyles using natural remedies. He is an advocate of both Ayurveda and Yoga and believes that many conditions can be relieved naturally, but more importantly prevented from recurring when full balance is restored.

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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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Ayurvedic Treatments for Epilepsy

Posted September 6, 2012

There are various references to Ayurvedic treatments for epilepsy in the ancient Indian texts such as the Vedas. The tenets of Ayurveda are revealed to later generations by way of the Samhitas (the encyclopedic works) of Caraka and Sushruta which date back to 1000 BC or thereabouts.

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Ayurvedic Home Remedies -Safe Herbal Treatment for Diseases

Posted August 19, 2012

Ayurvedic home remedies refer to the treatment of health problems using natural herbs and spices available in the kitchen or backyard garden. It is not a secret anymore that the modern medicines have more side effects than effects. Especially in the case of chronic diseases (lifestyle diseases in particular) the modern medication is prescribed for longer duration that is likely to cause several complications.

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