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Seeds of Knowledge

Seeds of Knowledge

Ashwagandha Rasayana

Taking 12 grams Ashwagandha Powder with milk, Ghee, sesame oil or lukewarm water for 15 days is called Ashwagandha Rasayana, according to Ashtanga Hridaya. The main purpose of using Ashwagandha Rasayana is to strengthen the body. It provides all benefits of Ashwagandha Powder. Overall, Ashwagandha Rasayana increases physical strength, stamina, vigor, vitality and physical endurance...
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Shatavari Kalpa

Shatavari Kalpa is an ancient ayurvedic concoction of shatavari and elaichi that not only enhances the production of breast milk but also reduces pain, fatigue and general weakness in the mother. It bestows energy and overall nourishment to the new mom and effectively balances the Pitta and Vata doshas. Apart from the new mom, this...
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Immunity Booster

Boosting your Immunity with Ayurveda Image Source: Google Concept of Immunity Human beings are born with a basic immune system that is feeble. Through continual synergy with the microbes in our environment, and within our gut, we learn to strive against new microbes, which aids to strengthen the immune system.  Immunity, as we are led...
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Treasure your Gut!

Your gut is base to trillions of bacterial cells, numerous of which carry out essential roles to keep your body functioning and your health in tip-top condition. These bacteria, alongside fungi and viruses, make up your gut microbiome.  Experts are now realizing that digestive, or gut, health is connected to various diseases, so keeping your...
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Triphala: Detoxification

A herb that helps you detoxify your body Triphala is an ayurvedic herbal formulation comprising the three fruits (also known as three myrobalans) in equal proportion. Triphala is used in the form of powder (Triphala churna), tablets and extract capsules. Triphala contains diverse biological compounds. It mainly consists of tannins, Gallic Acid, Chebulagic Acid, and...
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The Sweet Talk On Stevia

Sedentary lifestyles, everyday stress, and fatty food have prompted an expanding presence of what are ordinarily alluded to as ‘lifestyle diseases’ – diabetes and blood pressure. Diabetes specifically has effects on individuals of all age groups and also the WHO has cautioned about the disease developing to pestilence extents in India. While different reasons including...
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12 Fascinating benefits and uses of basil seeds

They look similar to sesame seeds but are black. The type that you eat typically comes from sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum, which is the plant commonly used to season foods. For this reason, the seeds are typically referred to as sweet basil seeds. They also go by many other names, including sabja and tukmaria seeds....
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Moringa: An essential guide to the healthy leaf

Made from dried and ground moringa leaves, the powder incorporates a mild flavor with a rather earthy taste, so it works well with many alternative recipes. Moringa leaves stick out as a superfood because one cup of chopped leaves is taken into account as a good source of iron, calcium, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and...
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Shatavari: Queen of Herbs

Queen Of Herbs & One with 100 husbands: What you need to know Coined as the “Queen Of Herbs”, Shatavari has been used for centuries as a hormone balancer and a general tonic to uplift female health and libido. Commonly used to improve reproductive and digestive wellbeing, Shatavari is said to have reviving and nourishing...
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Makhana: Five ways to add in diet

Not all people know that the Phool Makhana or Fox Nut is, actually, not a nut but the seed of a selected type of water lily, and grows abundantly within the eastern parts of the country. It’s eaten very commonly in Bihar in various ways starting from Parathas to an easy trail-mix like snack.  Ayurveda...
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