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Tulsi/ Holy Basil – The Queen of Herbs – Benefits and Uses

Tulsi is well known for its myriad medicinal properties — antibacterial, antifungal, antipyretic, antioxidant, antiseptic and anticancer. The nutritional and pharmacological properties of the whole herb in its natural form, as it has been traditionally used, result from synergistic interactions of many different active phytochemicals. Although Tulsi is known as a general vitalizer and increases physical endurance, it contains no caffeine or other stimulants.

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Vijaysar – One of the Best Ayurvedic Treatments for Diabetes

Vijaysar (also known as Pterocarpus marsupium / Indian Kino Tree / Malabar Kino wood) is one of the best natural methods for managing diabetes. It is also the most ancient medium of treating diabetes. First introduced by Sushruta thousands of years ago, Vijaysar was given to Diabetics since ancient times. Vijaysar is a huge tree […]

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Weakness and Fatigue: Ayurvedic Wonders

Recurrent fatigue and weakness can be a symptom for major illnesses like Heart Stroke, Cancer, Diabetes, etc. it is often a result of our lifestyle, physical and mental stage and food habits. Lack of exercise combined with stressful lifestyle has resulted in muscular weakness and general lethargy in most of us.

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Digestive Issues – Reasons

Digestive Issues are associated with reduced and/ or strained bowel movements, hard to pass stools, bloating, stomach ache, etc. Digestive problems include Constipation, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Anal Disorders (Hemorrhoids), Colitis, etc.

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Understanding Obesity

Obesity results from imbalance between the energy intake from food and drinks and the amount of energy spent on metabolism and physical activities. Lack of physical activity results in burning less or no calories and hence contributes to obesity. Sedentary nature of work, increased urbanization combined with lack of exercise and infrastructure (parks, playgrounds, walking areas, etc.) is contributing to the increase in Obesity.

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Understanding Diabetes

Diabetes is one of the most common lifestyle and/or genetic diseases affecting people in the modern society. As of 2014, 387 million people were living with Diabetes in the world and are expected to increase to 592 million by 2035 (Data by International Diabetes Federation). So what is Diabetes? In layman’s terms, Diabetes is a […]

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