Super Shatavari Veggie

The Shatavari (in Ayurveda) is known as Asparagus to the world. While innumerable benefits are now believed by modern medical experts, the properties of this wonderful herb have been illustrated hundreds of years back in texts of Ayurveda Paakashashtra (cooking book). Shatavari is one of the most innocent herbs that have multiple benefits in human body. Ayurvedic scholars in many parts of India advise patients to prepare Super Shatavari Veggie for several benefits. [Read more…]

Importance of Natural Milk -Ayurvedic Prospective

Milk is something that has great relationship with human health for centuries together. It has been associated with us from times immemorial and will remain with us for ever. It is a product that is actually a by-product of the birth of a baby. It must be natural but the milk that we get today is obtained from dairy farms where it is taken from cows where the latter are treated in the most inhumane manner. [Read more…]

What is Compromised Milk in Ayurveda?

Ayurvedic text and teachings show milk to be a great way of taking in nutrition and fortifying our bodies against various diseases. Charaka Samhita (in Ayurveda) has shown the problems associated with its overuse as well as misuse. Ayurveda has been in use for almost 5000 years among the yogis and the common man of India whereas milk has proven effects in maintaining our health. [Read more…]

Influence of Ayurvedic Doshas and Agnis

Human body is composed of complex systems which may be classified as nervous system, digestion system, breathing system and others. As science has become advanced in this era, homeopathic or quack’s treatment is not preferred. If you feel any problem in any of your system, you contact your primary doctor and try to get rid of this situation as early as possible. [Read more…]

Fig Delight with Brainy Almonds

The uniqueness of Indian dish is not just the main course they serve. It’s the side dish or accompanying food as well. Most of the Indian dishes come with side dishes that not just add deliciousness to the food but also make sense of having medicinal or health benefits. For instance, the chutneys are a spicy condiment made of chopped fruits or vegetables cooked generally in vinegar and sugar with ginger and spices. These are not the main course of foods but they make dish better, tastier and more healthful. [Read more…]

Gluten Free Healthy Ayurvedic Pilaw

In ancient texts of Ayurveda like Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita and Ashtanga Hridaya, there has been description of the people who have intolerance to certain food, herbs and water. What we term in modern medicine the allergy, Ayurveda considers that to be an Upadrava (pronounced -oo pa dra va). Though literal translation of this word is ‘complication’, many Ayurvedic scholars resemble this condition with intolerance or allergy due to food or whatsoever. [Read more…]

Ayurvedic Panchakarma-How it helps in the Body’s Detoxification and Purification

Panchakarma came from Sanskrit words ‘Pancha and ‘Karma’, the former meaning the number five and the latter meaning action. These Sanskrit words when put together would come up with ‘five actions’ which directs us to the conclusion that Panchakarma is that ayurvedic treatment involving five various actions which purifies and detoxifies the body from toxins and wastes. [Read more…]

Indian Dhyana in Treating Modern Lifestyle Stress and Depression

Meditation in India is an old-aged tradition that has come a long way with philosophies and practices developed by sages, monks, saints and other commoners over the years—even centuries. It has derived its name from the term dhyan which also means contemplation. What does this mean in simple words? Simply, it’s the reflection of a human’s own inner soul. [Read more…]

How You Neutralize Toxins in Ayurveda?

The ancient Indian word Ayurveda means ‘knowledge of life’, this word has the history of 5000 years. In those days physicians used to treat people with this knowledge. This knowledge basically cures man’s root cause and not just their diseases. [Read more…]

Restore Digestive Fire -Deepaniya Recipe in Ayurveda

What is Deepaniya?
Deepaniya (pronounced –dee pa nee ya) in Ayruveda literally means the one that lit up the digestive fire without aggravating or disturbing the pitta dosha in the body. The Deepaniya herbs and eatables are typically used for conditions such as: [Read more…]