Migraine in Ayurveda

Migraine is a severe disorder without a permanent cure according to modern science. The exact mechanism of a migraine is unclear. However, it is co-related with abnormal brain activity. Migraine attacks may be triggered by any of the following: Hormone disturbances Irregular sleep patterns Alcoholism Exercise or other physical stress Loud noises or bright lights … More Migraine in Ayurveda

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Rock Salt in Ayurveda

Rock salt is called Saindhava lavana in Sanskrit. It is another name for Himalayan pink salt. The name “saindhav” is derived from the sanskrit name of the river Indus – Sindhu. Therefore the salt that is found in the Indus region was called saindhav lavana. It is also called pink salt as the salt crystals … More Rock Salt in Ayurveda

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Rice in Ayurveda

  Photo by Buenosia Carol on Pexels.com   Rice Rice is the commonest and the most ancient grain used all over the world. Most of the ancient civilizations have been rice-eating population.The description of cereals in all Ayurvedic text, including Charak Samhita, start with the description of rice. Organic rice is one of the grains … More Rice in Ayurveda

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How to Use Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is one of the wonder herbs of Ayurveda. Some scientific researches have proved it to be very effective for multiple health benefits. But unfortunately, most of the people do not know how to use it. Ashwagandha can be used in many more ways and in multiple combinations according to the individual requirements. Some of … More How to Use Ashwagandha

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ASHWAGANDHA: A perfect health supplement

Ashwagandha – Introduction The Sanskrit word Ashwagandha is made up of 2 words “Ashwa” meaning horse, and “Gandha” meaning the smell. Ashwagandha is a herb native to the Indian subcontinent. It is one of the wonder herbs of Ayurveda. It is a great tonic for the male reproductive system and is compared to Chinese Ginseng … More ASHWAGANDHA: A perfect health supplement

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Good Food and Bad Food According to Ayurveda – Food that should be consumed in miniscule quantities

Food that should be taken in minimum quantity There is some food that can be consumed regularly but only in small quantities or after a short break. Salt is the best example of such food. Too little salt or too much salt, both will spoil the dish. But just the appropriate amount can do wonders … More Good Food and Bad Food According to Ayurveda – Food that should be consumed in miniscule quantities

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