AyurvedGuru has been sharing valuable knowledge on YouTube for many years. Every week Dr Manoj Virmani comes up with a health topic, and guides general public about the benefits of Ayurveda for that health problem. Ayurveda is our ancient medical science that focuses on curing the roots of the disease, instead of merely working on the symptoms.
Lockdown has extended to 3rd May, 2020 and by now it’s getting hard for us to stay at home and only watch TV. This is the first time in history that so many people are sitting idle in their homes for a common cause.
Hypertension, or most commonly known as high blood pressure is a condition when the force against the artery walls is too high. Hypertension has visible symptoms like Nose Bleeding Nausea HeadacheAnxiety and Dizziness. With time, it might lead to certain health complications like stroke, heart attack or even kidney failure. According to Ayurveda, it is due to abnormality of Rakta Dhatu and is known as Shonita Dusti.
Holi is on the way, and we all are super excited for it. There’s no other festival as much maddening and fun as Holi. This is the only time when you can afford to go a little crazy. Today, AyurvedGuru has decided to give you some tips on how to have a safe and fun Holi this year. We are also going to tell you, how to make some herbal colours at home, which aren’t harsh on the skin. They are simple to make, 100% natural, and won’t take your much time.
We are approaching the beginning of 2020 and new year resolutions are the best ways to start a new habit or end a bad one. December 31, 2019, is the day when you should sit down and note down specific habits that you want to change in yourself.
November 14th is on the way and every year we celebrate it as "Children's Day" to increase awareness about the rights, care, and education of children. Health and Nutrition are also important aspects of a child's overall mental and physical development. Healthy kids, without a doubt, will create Healthy India. However, this is our plight today that most youngsters and parents are least informed about Nutrition, Exercise, and Ayurveda.
If the west has Valentine’s Day, India has Karwa Chauth. On this auspicious day, Indian wives keep ‘Nirjala’ fast for the long life and prosperity of their husbands. The wives eat little before dawn and then stay empty stomach for the whole day without drinking water. This fast has its reference in many Hindu mythological stories. In the night, the wife looks at the moon through a sieve and then breaks her fast by consuming water from her husband’s hand.
For women, there is no running away from this time of the month. However, it is very unfortunate that basic biological processes are often hushed among other important issues in society. Discussion about menstruation is a taboo. Many girls don't even know about menstruation.
What’s that one healthy food that was originated in India and now has taken over the world? Take some hints, it’s made from milk; Ayurveda says it has medicinal life-giving properties and, our grandparents used to consume it on daily basis without any worry.