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Read your tongue yourself: Ayurvedic tongue diagnosis

According to Ayurveda the tongue is not just an organ of taste only but also a strong tool for diagnosis. Tongue analysis is a part of Ayurvedic diagnosis complementary with pulse, nails, eye, face etc. Tongue is also called a window of the inner system. Ayurveda says, read your tongue and know your...

Takra Dhara (Shirodhara with Buttermilk)

 Takra Dhara is one of the forms of Shirodhara, which involves pouring medicated butter milk gently over the head. Takra dhara is different from shirodhara in terms of the liquid poured on the head. Medicated butter milk with blend of herbs is poured gently. Takra means butter milk, the diluted ver...

Hot Pressed Oil Vs Cold Pressed Oil – The Basic Overview

The edible oil we use in cooking is generally hot pressed oil. However, it is only in the recent period, once people gained awareness about the importance and benefits, cold pressed oil became very popular. The major difference lies in preparing the input material used to press the oil, rather than ...

October: Month of Ayurveda

The month of October is an auspicious month for Ayurveda practitioners and Ayurveda health workers.  It is during this month that the day of Dhanwantari Jayanti is celebrated.  Dhanwantari is the Father of Ayurveda Medicine, and every year we celebrate his birthday in either October or November. ...

Why not eat with your Hands?

There is a funny saying; “we are digging our graveyards with a fork and knife”. Every day we are using a sharp knife and pointed fork for our food. Can’t we eat without any weapon? Why don’t we try to use our biological tools for eating? The ancient science of Ayurveda advocates eating with ...

Planning for a baby!? PANCHAKARMA before conception!

Everyone desires a healthy, intellectual, beautiful offspring with a long life. Today in the competitive and rapid world, all the parents are longing to achieve a healthy offspring with marked excellence in all fields, with no exceptions. The Mother Soon to be mother of the current era be or may be ...

Ayurvedic Guidelines for Good Sleep

Ayurvedic Guidelines for Good Sleep Bedtime: Create a regular routine for sleep. Try to go to bed between 9:00 PM – 10:30 PM. During these hours, the amount of serotonin is high, which enable you to fall asleep easier. Going to bed after 10:30 PM, where lack of serotonin may lead to difficulty...

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Ayurvedic Ritual: Self-massage

Ayurvedic Ritual: Self Massage There is a saying that you are your own best friend. In Ayurvedic terms you are your own healer, therapist and doctor. In other words, each one of us possesses healing energy that we can use to treat ourselves. Most of us love to be massaged and touched. When we receiv...