When rightly set, your kitchen can be a treasure trove of healing medicines. The herbs and spices stored here can effectively ward off several common ailments, while also providing vital vitamins that our body requires on daily basis. Listed here are 7 essential Ayurvedic herbs that ‘should’ be ever available in yourRead More →

It is very narrowing to associate Menopause only to the end of menstruation or to a simple physical evolution. Too many women are buried (often even before being at this stage of their lives) under the weight of this occidental vision that associates it to a burden…including aging, wrinkles, decay,Read More →

Do you suffer from insomnia or poor quality of sleep? A popular ancient herb, widely used in Ayurvedic treatments, often referred to as the king of herbs, namely, Ashwagandha, was used for centuries in Ayurvedic line of treatment to promote sound sleep, say Indian researchers. Their study showed that an activeRead More →

Dr. Arati Varma, BAMS Cough is termed as ‘kasa‘ in Ayurveda. The term kasa is given because of the sound produced while coughing. (“kasanaat kasaha”).   In the view of Allopathic medicine, cough is regarded as a reflex either as protective stimulus or due to any infection or allergies. According to Ayurvedic science, Kasa isRead More →

1. Helps Lower Stress and Anxiety Because stress is related to nearly every aspect of overall health, an Ayurvedic medicine practitioner might call for a number of different techniques used to naturally treat anxiety and depression symptoms, lower cortisol and rebalance the body’s hormones or “energy.” This can include meditation, yoga,Read More →

Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old system of natural healing that’s truly stood the test of time. First originating in the Vedic culture of India, it’s actually considered by many to be the oldest healing science there is. Ayurvedic medicine is based on the premise that there are three doshas: Vata, Pitta andRead More →