Most stomach issues arise due to an imbalanced digestive fire (Agni) – a topic Ayurveda gives utmost importance to. While diet and Ayurvedic medicines give long-term relief to the issues, it obviously takes time. Meanwhile, yoga can give you faster relief from the symptoms. Yoga poses for stomach issues Here are a few… Continue reading Best yoga poses for stomach issues
Ayurveda places great importance on natural remedies and nutrition for maintaining a healthy body and mind. One of the most treasured natural remedies in Ayurveda is tender coconut water. This refreshing drink is rich in nutrients and has numerous health benefits, making it a staple in Ayurvedic practices. Ayurveda recommends having tender coconut water for… Continue reading Why Ayurveda Loves Coconut Water
Do you add turmeric to every dish you are cooking? Turmeric is a spice that has been used in traditional Indian cooking for thousands of years and has recently become a popular supplement. It is easy to see why turmeric is such an attractive choice for health enthusiasts looking to boost their immune systems… Continue reading 7 Benefits of Turmeric – the Wonder Spice!
Tongue is one of the sense organs; it is the organ of taste. But Ayurveda sees the tongue as a far more important tool that can be used for diagnosis. The tongue is considered the window of the inner system and that is why tongue assessment is an important part of Ayurvedic diagnosis. In Ayurveda,… Continue reading Let’s Assess Your Tongue the Ayurvedic Way!
Ayurveda is all about customization when it comes to foods based on each person’s body type, mental state, imbalances, place of living, climatic conditions, etc. However, on the rarest of rarest occasions, Ayurveda also mentions certain foods universally good for everyone every day. The following list is one of them – Ayurvedic superfoods that you… Continue reading 7 Ayurvedic Superfoods to Eat Daily
Bloating is one of the common digestive issues faced by many. Unhealthy food habits, indigestion, desk-bound lifestyle – all contribute to bloating. According to Ayurveda, bloating is caused due to a weak digestive fire (Agni). It is called Aadhmaana and is a kind of Vata imbalance. Bloating that occurs occasionally is considered normal. However, if… Continue reading Remedies for gas or bloating
Rice is medicine in Ayurveda. Also known as Anna, rice is the first food mentioned in Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, rice is the lightest food to digest and has a sweet taste. It is a nourishing food, which is cooling in nature. Rice can also be with vegetables, pulses and nuts to make it healthier… Continue reading Brown Rice vs. White Rice: Which is Better for Daily Consumption?
Desi ghee or clarified butter tops the list of Indian superfoods. A dollop of ghee to your favourite dishes adds to their deliciousness. Not to mention the different health benefits ghee offers. According to Ayurveda, you are not what you eat. Instead, you are what you digest. Your health is directly proportional to your digestive… Continue reading Why is Ghee Not for Everyone According to Ayurveda?
Breakfast is generally thought of as the most important meal of the day. However, it does not mean that the other two meals are any less important. Many skip dinner so that they do not gain weight. But in reality, this practice can only disrupt the system, leading to health problems and weight gain. Ayurveda… Continue reading 7 Best Dinner Options According to Ayurveda
“Doctor, I am doing everything, but I am not losing weight” “I have constant headache for no reason, don’t know why?” “I tried everything for my acne, but nothing works.” These are some common complaints I come across during consultations. One question I ask them all is “DO YOU HAVE CONSTIPATION?“ What is constipation? When… Continue reading Ayurvedic Remedies for Constipation