Ayurveda lays utmost importance on having a healthy morning routine. A good routine helps in preventing many chronic diseases, aids digestion, and helps in promoting eternal humane qualities such as peace, discipline, longevity, and happiness.
As per Ayurveda, there are three Gunas present in all beings: Tamas, Rajas, and Sattva. All three GUNAS are present in variant proportions in all beings and the balance of these three GUNAS is extremely important for better health and happiness. Human beings are the only creatures with the ability to alter the levels of GUNAS in the bodies. Let’s see what are the characteristics of these GUNAS: -
Psoriasis is a condition in which skin cells build up and forms itchy dry patches on the skin. These red patches join together and cover the large area of the body. Though, they can grow anywhere but in most cases appear on the elbow, knees, scalp and lower back. The spots can come and go over a few days to over a month.
Psoriasis is thought to be an immune system problem. It is a chronic skin disease that causes red scaly patches, most commonly on elbow, knees, and scalp. Sometimes, these patches can crack or bleed. Rash on the skin is the most common symptom. Psoriasis starts affecting small parts of the body but slowly spreads over other parts. Treatments are available to manage psoriasis, and according to AyurvedGuru, Panchakarma therapy is the best Ayurvedic treatment for psoriasis.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease in which dry red patches with white scales appear on face, elbow, lower back or knees. Itching, burning or redness on skin are some symptoms of Psoriasis. Experts say that Psoriasis is a Immune System problem. The chances of an offspring diagnosing with Psoriasis increases if one parent has it.
What’s that one food item that never changes across India? Though India is a vast country where language, food, and tradition change after every 100 KM but that one food item remains on a plate (only its type changes). Still not get it? It’s our delicious Achaar or Indian Pickle. Ayurveda suggests eating pickles in moderation as it sparks the digestive fire (AGNI), and promotes digestion. There are many types of Achaar like Aam Kaa Achaar, Mirchi Kaa Achaar, Onion Achaar, and the list is endless.
Fox Nuts are also known as Fool Makhane in India. They are packed with a ton of health benefits and the Chinese also use it as medicine to treat their patients. Sometimes we mistake them for Popcorn, but there are many reasons why Desi Fool Makhane in your kitchen are better than Popcorn. Hence, let’s see 6 major benefits of fox nuts: -
Are you searching for herbs to treat most of your health problems? Try Giloy! It offers many benefits and is definitely something to add to your lifestyle. Giloy is one of the most important herbs present in Ayurveda. Also known as Tinospora in India and in Hindi as (Giloya / Guduchi). Guilloy is often called Amrutha, nectar in India. It is used for various purposes, especially when it comes to various disease treatments.
According to Ayurveda, Sesame seeds may be tiny and oily, but they have a ton of health benefits. There are two kinds of sesame seeds: Unhulled and Hulled. Unhulled seeds have the outer husk while hulled ones are without the outer covering of husk. Today, we have enumerated 7 amazing health benefits of sesame seeds. Let’s see them one by one: -
Pregnancy and childbirth are a regenerating experience in a woman's life. During this beautiful phase, a woman requires great care from her family. Ayurveda therefore places an enormous emphasis that prescribes some important rules for every pregnant woman. Ayurveda compares the human conception to germination and budding and transformation into a sapling.