Neem (Azadirachta Indica)

Sarvaroga Nivarini: In ayurvedic texts it is described as ‘Sarvaroga Nivarini’ means ‘Panacea- one that cure all aliments or diseases’. Neem Popularly known as ‘Margosa’  is probably one of the oldest and most widely used medicinal plant in India. Every part of Neem tree  possess unique therapeutic value and is  also known  as the “Village Read More

Ugadi Pachadi

Ugadi pachadi is an Indian festival special dish, that helps to balance vata, pitta, kapha doshas and detoxify the body. It also helps fight infections and improves the body’s overall immunity. It is a combination of six tastes that Ayurveda recommends to include in the daily diet to lead a healthy and happy life. Health Read More

Tulsi (Ocimum Sanctum)

Tulsi also known as “Holy Basil” is worshiped in Indian Tradition. Besides being auspicious it has many health benefits. Traditionally it is used in Malarial fevers, Gastric disorders, and in Hepatic conditions. It has anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic properties and useful in respiratory tract infections. Ayurvedic Properties- Taste (Rasa)- Pungent, Bitter Quality (Guna)-Light to digest(Laghu), Dry(Ruksh), Read More

Takra (Buttermilk)

An Ayurvedic Healthy Drink, Butter milk is known as “Takra” in ayurveda. Takra is light (laghu) to digest, It balances kapha(water) and vata(Air) dosha. It is prepared by mixing 1 part of fresh yogurt and 4 part of water. It should not be too thick or too thin. In Ancient text book (Bhavaprakasha) it is Read More

Turmeric/Haridra (Curcuma Longa)

The Golden Herb- much more than just a spice. Turmeric is used as a traditional medicine in Ayurveda for the purpose of healing and in cosmetic preparation. It purifies the blood and is antiseptic by nature. It is Bitter & Pungent in taste. Its heat alleviates Vata & Kapha , bitterness balances Pitta. Thus Turmeric Read More

Ashwagandha (Indian Ginseng)

Ashwagandha is one of the most powerful herb in Ayurvedic medicines. It is a Rasayana (tonic) because of its rejuvenating properties and is also called as “Indian Ginseng”In Sanskrit Ashwagandha means ‘The smell of a horse’ indicating that the herb infuses the vigour and strength of a horse to the user. Root extract is used Read More

Full Body Warm Oil Massage

Abhyangam Application of oil to the skin followed by massage in specific direction is known as ABHYANGA.It is a therapeutic procedure where the selection of oil is choosen based on the PRAKRITI. It involves rubbing of the skin with herbalised oil (usually sesame oil is the base) to increase blood circulation and drawing toxins out Read More

Preconception Detox

Only a Healthy father and a Healthy Mother, can give birth to a healthy child. For that we have to do sodhana (detox) before conception. In ayurveda it is said that for a healthy pregnancy and healthy child 4 factors are very important.1. Ritu (Menstual cycles)2. Kshetra(Healthy uterus)3. Beeja (Healthy sperm)4. Ambu (nourishment to the Read More

Keeping Eyes Healthy

Akshi Tarpanam Eyes are the most important, delicate and beautiful sensory organ in our body.According to Ayurveda Pitta Dosha (element of fire) governs our eyes. When it is in balance-eyes are healthy, bright, clear with sharp eye sight.Due to improper diet and lifestyle Pitta Dosha gets aggrevated in the body causing imbalance in the eyes. Read More

Oil Pulling

Kavala Graha and Gandusha To get healthy and strong teeth do oil pulling daily. As we know that Prevention is always better than cure so it is one of the examples of it. Oil pulling means to swish or hold oil in mouth. It is an ancient cleansing and detoxifying technique. In Ayurveda it included Read More