Ayurveda

Ayurveda, which literally means the science of life (Ayur = Life, Veda = Science), ayurveda is an ancient medical science which was developed in India thousands of years ago. Believed to have been passed on to humans from the Gods themselves, Ayurveda developed and evolved into what it is today from several ancient treatises, most notably Adharva Veda which dates back to five thousand years. The ancient Vedic literature by sages has clearly laid out instructions to maintain health as well as fighting illness through therapies, massages, herbal medicines, diet control and exercise...

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Ayurveda in Day to Day Life

Eat light foods and drink water with honey during Fall.Chew each bite of food 32 times as it helps in keeping the stomach light.Pass Urine after each meal as it helps in keeping the kidneys active.Have regular baths and oil massages and avoid napping during the day.Choose foods that are heavy during winter and drink warm water, cow’s milk or juice.Have a tepid bath after your oil massage, dress warmly and exercise.Drink more fluids during the summer. Avoid foods that are pungent, acidic or salty.Wear light clothes and avoid strenuous exercise. Avoid foods that are cold, sour, sweet or difficult to digest during spring.Avoid daytime naps but have lots of oil massages and vigorous exercise. ..

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Ayurveda Use in Diet

Ayurveda gives some great guidance for eating, especially when it comes to digestion. Here are nine Ayurvedic guidelines you should try to embrace.Eat only when you are hungry..........As in really hungry -- that is to say, when your previous meal has been completely digested. Sometime we might think that we are hungry, however, it could only be that we are dehydrated. Be in tune with your body and re-discover how it feels to be really hungry.Eat in a calm and comfortable place..........Sit down when you eat and eat with as little distraction as possible: no tv, no book, no phone, no laptop…Eat the right quantity..........We are all different, with different needs and different stomach size and metabolic speed. Listen to your body and eat only to point when you feel satisfied.Eat warm meal..

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Ayurvedic Best Healthy Tips

DandruffHeat coconut oil with 100 gms.of neem powder and apply to your hair once a week.Face PackBasil (stem/leaves) juice, lime juice and honey can work wonders to your oily skin.PimplesMix neem powder, red sandalwood powder and curd in equal proportions. Apply the paste on the affected areaHair TonicMix henna powder, gooseberry, curd & lemon juice. Apply this to your hair and leave it for an hour. Then wash your hair with a mild shampoo.Memory EnhancerCrush few tender leaves of Indian pennywort and express the juice after filtering with a clean cloth.Take 2 tea spoon of Brahmi juice before meal...

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