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  • Ayurvedic remedies for treating hair fall

    Ayurvedic remedies for treating hair fall

    Ayurveda also offers ayurvedic remedies for hair loss, a common concern for many people. In this article, we will discuss some effective Ayurvedic remedies for hair loss. Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine that has been used for thousands of years to treat various health conditions.

  • Ayurvedic diet plans for weight loss and detoxification

    Ayurvedic diet plans for weight loss and detoxification

    Ayurvedic principles believe that a balanced diet can help in weight loss and detoxification. In this blog, we will explore the Ayurvedic diet plans for weight loss and detoxification.Ayurvedic principles for weight loss and detoxification are based on the concept of balancing the three doshas. Each person has a unique balance of these three doshas, and this balance determines their body type and health condition. According to Ayurveda, the accumulation of toxins in the body leads to weight gain and various health problems.

  • Ayurvedic remedies for stress and anxiety

    Ayurvedic remedies for stress and anxiety

    Stress and anxiety are common problems that affect millions of people worldwide. Stress is a natural response to challenges and threats, while anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease. When stress and anxiety become chronic, they can lead to a range of health problems, including depression, high blood pressure, and heart disease. Ayurveda offers a holistic approach to managing stress and anxiety that includes diet, lifestyle, and herbal remedies.

  • Garbha Sanskara – Ayurvedic Antenatal Care

    Garbha Sanskara – Ayurvedic Antenatal Care

    Garbha Sanskara is a process to achieve physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, social development within the mother and baby. It is a complete pregnancy care guideline to get a marvelous healthy child. It is those ‘nine months’ crucial period when maximum efforts are to be taken for betterment of the offspring’s. Now it is scientifically proved that the unborn baby can not only listen, feel but also responds by using its own way. Garbha sanskara is some special efforts taken to stimulate baby’s senses gently from outside for the maximum development of its physic & intellectual ability. The process of selecting and transmitting positive influences to the fetus using yoga, reading, thinking and praying including healthy eating and cheerful behaviour of the mother is known as Garbha Sanskara. A good nutritional status maintained by the mother during pregnancy helps to grow a strong, healthy placenta, which determines the birth weight and future health of the baby in adult life.

  • Concept of Tridosha – Three BioEnergies

    Concept of Tridosha – Three BioEnergies

    Dosha, dhatu and mala are the basic elements of human body. Amongst these doshas are more important. Principle of ‘Purusha-loka sammit nyaya’ (Theory of macro and micro cosmos) explains that Kapha, Pitta, Vata maintain body functions, same as the moon, the sun and the wind do it in the nature.

  • Vaisheshika Darshana and Ayurveda

    Vaisheshika Darshana and Ayurveda

    Vaisheshika Darshana is one among the Astika Darshana, propounded by Maharshi Kanada. It is also known as Aulukya Darshana, Samana Tantra, Samana Nyaya, Kalpa Nyaya. He highlighted the description of “Vishesha” of Shat Padartha (Six positive substances) hence named as “Vaisheshika Darshana'”. Maharshi Kanada used to collect and eat Ahāra-kana (food particles), hence named as “Kanada”. He used to beg at nights like an owl and was also blessed by the Lord Shiva in the form of owl, hence it is named as “Aulukya Darshana”

  • Strotas – Human Transportation System

    Strotas – Human Transportation System

    The pathways within the human body which communicates and links the different corners. The pathways which help in manufacture and transportation of essential ingredients which support the life entity, the basic amenities needed to manufacture and create the tissues of the body and to flush out the unnecessary things which contaminate the inner sanctum.

  • Stress Management in Ayurveda

    Stress Management in Ayurveda

    Stress is basic elements of various human diseases and mental illness. It is a term that refers to the sum of the physical, mental, and emotional strains or tensions on a person. Stress is the wear and tear our mind and body experiences as we attempt to cope with our continually changing environment. Stress is also called as anxiety, tension etc. Stress Management in Ayurveda has been explained using majorly shodhana chikitsa. Psychosocial stressor is defined as “any life event or life change that may be associated temporally (and perhaps causally) with the onset, occurrence, or exacerbation of a mental disorder (Jo-shua Cowaetal). The study of mind is called as Psychology. The profounder of Ayurveda were probably the first who gave detailed description of mind and body relationship. They clearly stated that, the concept of mind and body are two separate entities. The word Manas is came out from the Dhatus and it forms the meaning of this is through which we are collecting the knowledge and objects that is called as Manas.

  • Chandrodaya Rasa – Indications and Ingredients

    Chandrodaya Rasa – Indications and Ingredients

    Chandrodaya Rasa is a herbo-mineral formulation. Chandrodaya Rasa is described in Ayurved Saar Sangraha. It mainly contains Parada, Gandhaka, Vanga and Abhraka. This herbo-mineral formulation is profoundly used in oligospermia, generalized debility, anorexia, jirna jwara and other psychosocial diseases.

  • Autism – Ayurvedic Perspective

    Autism – Ayurvedic Perspective

    Ayurveda has viewed ASD as a behavioral abnormality with its roots situated in the defective neuropsychological system and disorder in the digestive and metabolic system Autism, typical or atypical disabilities and other autistic disorders fall into the category of Unmada (According to Ayurveda), where one or more of the mental abilities go wrong. The whole concept of unmada incorporates various types of inappropriate behavior shown by the person as a result of the distortion of the normal mind, intellect, conscious awareness, memory, desire, manner, and behavior.

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