In Ayurveda, September is also the month that sees the end of the rainy season (Varsha) and the beginning of Autumn (Sharad). The pandemic and the constant worry of falling ill, has taught us the importance of eating right and taking care of our bodies. This is why an Ayurvedic diet - one that follows the principles of Ayurveda and of balancing the body and mind, is useful in maintaining good health.
As we get used to the new normal during these COVID-19 times, we take a look at all the ways the pandemic has changed our relationship with food.
Asthma is a common inflammatory disease of the lungs that cause shortness of breath, chest tightness, coughing etc. Patients who are diagnosed with asthma should take these simple herbs as a part of their regular diet.
The age-old Indian medicinal practice of Ayurveda has lately become a global phenomenon. Among other aspects, Ayurveda puts special emphasis to what we consume. Ayurvedic foods are known to have amazing health benefits. They can help boost our immunity, detox the body, enhance physical and mental strength, and aid in digestion. Here are 5 Ayurveda-approved superfoods that must be part of your daily diet. (Newsbytes)
Focusing on health in the hectic and stressful lives that we lead today is becoming difficult. Incorporating relevant herbs in your daily diet is the first step towards a healthier you. Ayurveda texts and modern research say that herbs contain compounds that have beneficial health properties that can help prevent many lifestyle disorders and rejuvenate our bodies. Dr Shruthi M. Hegde, Ayurveda Expert, The Himalaya Drug Company, suggests incorporating the following herbs in your daily diet to practice preventive wellness and take a concrete step towards maintaining good health. (IANS)
Winters have set in and this is the time when most people suffer from respiratory problems.Here we detail the Vedic method of doing Jal Neti which helps in cleansing the nasal passage and blocking the entry of allergens into the respiratory passage. Take 500ml bearably warm water in a neti pot, add ½ tsp black/rock salt and a pinch of turmeric. Saline water is the best cleansing medium, which absorbs and scrapes away infectious pathogens accumulated in the nasal passage.
Vedas are the source of everything. Time and again, great men across cultures have turned back to the Vedas to find answers to the deepest secrets of creation, be it the working and properties of heavenly bodies, complex theories of science and geometry, or the undying quest to find a solution to an ageing body…