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Aloe Vera | The Perfect Gel

Aloe Vera, also called as “Plant of Immortality” by Egyptians, about 6000 years ago is nothing lesser than a green gem. Americans referred it as the “Wand of Heaven” and this plant has a...

Yoga Asanas to Start Your Day

June 21 has been declared International Yoga Day; Yoga which was earlier associated with only India, especially the Hindu religion. But, now it has been established that Yoga has nothing to do with religion....

Triphala: The miraculous powder

Triphala powder is a composed of an equal blend from the dried fruits Haritaki (harad), Bibhitaki (baheda) and Amalaki (amla). It is one of the most effective medicines in Ayurveda as it puts direct...

Cardamom- Benefits

Cardamoms, also called Elaichi, is warm, fragrant and highly mysterious having a unique and pleasant fragrance and is an inseparable part from Indian sweets. Elaichi has a plethora of health benefits that are mentioned...

Weight-Loss in the Ayurvedic way

Fighting obesity is tough. But sometimes even after excessive dieting and exercise s(he) cannot get rid of the stubborn adipocytes (fat cells) that settle on your abdomen and thighs. These cells are very stubborn...

Ayurveda in Skin Diseases

The skin of an average adult consist of 3 identifiable layers 1) Epidermis 2) Dermis 3) Hypodermis Skin infections can affect all ages from neonate to the elderly and cause Discomfort, Disfigurement, Disability and sometimes Death. Most common Skin...

How can Directions Affect You while Sleeping

Sleep rejuvenates, replenishes, restores and promotes good health and proper growth.  In this age’s over—stimulating and stressed out lives, our body and minds are often stressed out and remains tensed throughout the day. People...

Significance of Betel (Paan) in Indian Traditions and Customs

Betel Leaves, commonly called as Paan in India has been in use since 400 B.C.  There have been various mentions of this wonder leaf on Ayurveda. Its referred with many names across India- Tambula...

Significance of Banana Leaves in Hindu Customs

According to Hindu culture, particularly in the South, people prefer eating foods served in the Banana leaves. These trees are considered to be sacred and are used during all celebrations like marriages, functions or...

Significance of Colors in Ayurveda

Colors fill us with energy and make us feel energetic. Each color has a particular significance and these colors influence the changes that occur in the world and also in our lives. These colors...