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Gone are the days when women were praised just for their gentleness, love and care alone. She is an indispensable part of the society now and her voice and opinions are loud and clear. An epitome of perfection, the world has realized her true potential and celebrates March 8th every year as International Women’s Day. A woman plays many roles at the same time; a daughter, wife, mother, a professional and what not! But many […]

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If you have read the heading closely, you might think how an ancient science like Ayurveda can give pointers to make your relationship more blissful. Ayurveda as such, is not just a medical science. It also encourages the man to live a blissful life to its fullest. Ayurveda has been a source of wellness wisdom and medical care for the South Asian continent for centuries. The knowledge of Ayurveda, which has infused to these communities, […]

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Sarasvati, Mahaushadhi, Swayambhuvi, Madukamala, Madsyakshi, Medhya, Satyavati and Samarani – these are the different names of Brahmi. It is a small creeper plant that has tiny thick juicy leaves. However, its contribution for the betterment of one’s health is much larger than its size. Its names also hold fascinating meanings in them – its Sanskrit name is obtained from the name of Lord Brahma, the creator of the universe. The literal meaning of Brahmi is ‘energy’. It is […]

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Hibiscus is used by Hawaiian ladies in an interestingly unique way. Apparently, if a lady is wearing a hibiscus on her left ear, it indicates that she is unmarried. If the hibiscus is on the right ear of a lady, it means she is married. This exquisite flower, especially the red one, has a special place when it comes to spirituality as it represents goddess Durga (in Hindu Culture) and also offered to Lord Ganesha […]

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Rapunzel is a name that hardly requires introduction. A young princess who was locked inside a tall tower for several years; she had the longest and strongest hair the world has ever witnessed. Her hair were so strong that a charming young man climbed the tower with the help of her hair and set her free. So the take away from this brief story of Rapunzel is that it is always good to have strong […]

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Amla has a legend to its credit. The demons and gods churned the ocean of milk in order to accomplish their wishes. The churning was so intense that it produced both poison and elixir. Some portion of the elixir fell on the earth leading to the growth of amla in abundance.  So it is a precious gift from nature and rightfully called the ‘elixir’. We see amlas sold on carts in the market, sold in […]

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Skin disorder is a pretty broad classification. Skin ailments may include diseases like Psoriasis, Eczema, Acne, Rashes as well as a variety of other disorders. What does Ayurveda say about Psoriasis? Ayurveda explains beautifully how a person gets or becomes prone to skin disorders. Ayurveda blames skin ailments on the lifestyle that a person leads. This means that factors like improper food can add to it. A lot of the skin disorders are psychosomatic in […]

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Salt and pepper look works well on your hair at certain age, not when you get it at a young age and that too unwillingly. If your hair has strong follicles to keep them anchored, you can surely enjoy long and strong hair for many years. And proper nourishment with Nili at the base is what your hair needs to remain strong and thick with its natural color.  The flower helps you avoid premature graying and […]

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Amla has a legend to its credit. The demons and gods churned the ocean of milk in order to accomplish their wishes. The churning was so intense that it produced both poison and elixir. Some portion of the elixir fell on the earth leading to the growth of amla in abundance.  So it is a precious gift from nature and rightfully called the ‘elixir’. We see amlas sold on carts in the market, sold in […]

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Sarasvati, Mahaushadhi, Swayambhuvi, Madukamala, Madsyakshi, Medhya, Satyavati and Samarani – these are the different names of Brahmi. It is a small creeper plant that has tiny thick juicy leaves. However, its contribution for the betterment of one’s health is much larger than its size. Its names also hold fascinating meanings in them – its Sanskrit name is obtained from the name of Lord Brahma, the creator of the universe. The literal meaning of Brahmi is ‘energy’. It is […]

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