Good Food and Bad Food According to Ayurveda – Food that should be consumed rarely I

Bad food choices makes a person prone to diseases and faster aging. Therefore, it is crucial to see that the right food in the right amount goes inside your body and to avoid anything that is not compatible with normal human digestion.  … More Good Food and Bad Food According to Ayurveda – Food that should be consumed rarely I

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Good Food and Bad Food According to Ayurveda – I : Food that should not be consumed

Keeping in mind that food cannot be cooked separately for all persons in a house, Acharya Charak describes the food quality that should be taken regularly for all seasons and all prakrati, along with food that should be used very rarely by all prakrati individuals. However, it is particularly important to refrain from the bad … More Good Food and Bad Food According to Ayurveda – I : Food that should not be consumed

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Healthy recipes you must have this rainy season! : Part 1

The physiological shock that body receives due to seasonal changes cause seasonal joint pain, flu, body ache and a hoard of other diseases. Change in food habits and lifestyle can help prevent seasonal physiological shock to the body. This systematic change in food and lifestyle is called Ritucharya.
More Healthy recipes you must have this rainy season! : Part 1

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Use of Cloth during Periods : An Effective Diagnostic Tool

In earlier times, cloth was used for sanitary protection during the periods. But it serves as more than a sanitary protection; it is also a tool for prognosis of female reproduction and hormonal system disorders. There is a simple diagnostic test for the reproductive health of a lady, based on the type of blood stains … More Use of Cloth during Periods : An Effective Diagnostic Tool

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Dhatu

Dhatu is something that holds or sustains (धारण करना), similar to anabolism (Building up process). Dhatu is a very important factor as it holds the life force and controls or steers the Dosha. Dhatu is like the hand that holds the steering wheel of Dosha, without which the wheel may throw the vehicle off track … More Dhatu

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