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Sciatica And Ayurveda Management

Sciatica And Ayurveda Management

Overview Sciatica Sciatica is related to a nerve called sciatic nerve which is considered as longest nerve of the body. Sciatica is name given to pain in the area of distribution of sciatic nerve (l4 to s3), which is commonly felt in buttock and over the poster...

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Takradhaara  in Treatment of Hypertension

Takradhaara in Treatment of Hypertension

Introduction Hypertension Treatment & Management Ayurvedic Panchakarma is famous for the different lifestyle related diseases of the current scenario where other system of medicine are also found to be ineffective. Hypertension although, the handy literature is...

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Holistic Ayurveda

Holistic Ayurveda

Overview Holistic Ayurveda “Ayurveda treats the whole person, not just the organ or system involved.” Dr. Vasant Lad, Textbook of Ayurveda What is Ayurveda? World over Ayurveda is known as the science of life, knowledge about life and longevity. If we go a little...

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Treatment Of Infertility By Uttar Vasti

Treatment Of Infertility By Uttar Vasti

Overview Ayurvedic Treatment For Female Infertility Infertility is “a disease of the reproductive system (Artav vaha Srotas) defined as a failure to achieve conception after 12 months or more having regular unprotected sexual intercourse.” The female factor is...

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Fasting Therapy: Langhana Chikitsa

Fasting Therapy: Langhana Chikitsa

Overview Fasting/Langhana Therapy Our body is an engine which is designed to work for a definite period of time. Like we make sure that our bike engines make a proper rest and reuse it for the better efficiency of it, our body also requires the rest. Rest is one of...

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Shatavari: Queen of Herbs

Shatavari: Queen of Herbs

Shatavari literally means a woman with 100 husbands. This indicates towards the strong hormonal and reproductive system of the woman making her able, fit and full of vitality. The plant is also called Shatamuli representing multiple roots in a bunch. Shatavari, Latin...

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Tratak

Tratak is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘to see or gaze’. It is one of the practices of meditation performed gazing at a certain object. Generally, it is practiced by looking at the flame of the lamp. Moreover, it also can be practiced by gazing at the symbol, photo,...

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Shankhaprakshalana

Shankhaprakshalana (The process of cleansing entire digestive tract) Sankhaprakshalana has vital role in yogic detoxification so we can say this is one of the major detox in yoga .  Shanka Prakshalana evacuates and cleanses the intestines and whole digestive track...

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Vaman Dhauti

Vaman Dhauti  (Regurgitative cleansing) Vaman mean 'vomoting' and dhauti mean wash or cleanse so the vaman dhauti mean cleaning of  digestive system by means of vomiting is vaman dhauti. This process is effective to take out acid, indigested food, toxic and other...

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Shatavari: Queen of Herbs

Shatavari: Queen of Herbs

Shatavari literally means a woman with 100 husbands. This indicates towards the strong hormonal and reproductive system of the woman making her able, fit and full of vitality. The plant is also called Shatamuli representing multiple roots in a bunch. Shatavari, Latin...

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Healthy Eating Habits

Healthy Eating Habits

We are what we eat. Food is one of the three basic needs of human. In Ayurveda, it is the prime among the three Upasthambha, which holds us. The food we take is responsible for our growth and development, health and sustainability. Food gives us the energy to perform...

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Adharaniya Vega

Adharaniya Vega

Ayurveda is an art of how we live. It is a lifestyle, truly a way of living. It explains every do’s and don’ts in our day to day life, in the form of Dinacharya, Ritucharya, Dharaniya vega, and Adharaniya vega and even more. Human beings have of the body with a...

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