Honey – Therapeutic Uses

Honey has a significant position in ayurveda due to it high nutritional and medicinal values. It’s medicinal properties, quality, taste, color and aroma varies according to the geographical area and the species of plants of the area in which it has been collected from.

Honey and its contents

Honey contains sugars like fructose, glucose, sucrose, maltose, lactose and other disaccharides and trisaccharides. It also contains proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, volatile aromatic substances, water etc.

Therapeutic Values of Honey

  • Honey is an instant energizer as it contains sugar which are quickly absorbed by our digestive system and converted into energy.
  • Honey speeds up healing, promotes growth of healing tissues and thereby dries it up because it is hygroscopic.
  • It a sedative and is used in treating conditions like bedwetting.
  • It contains antioxidant properties that repairs the damaged skin and thereby restoring your complexion and young look
  • It has antibacterial properties because of its acidic nature and enzymically produced hydrogen peroxide.
  • Daily use of Honey strengthens the blood corpuscles which shields against viral and bacterial attacks.
  • It quenches thirst and dissolves kapha.
  • It is very good for the eyes and eye sight.
  • It halts hiccups and reduces effects of poison.
  • It is used to cleanse wounds and also heals wounds.
  • Honey is effective against urinary tract disorders, worm infections, bronchial asthma, cough, diarrhea and nausea.
  • Newly collected Honey acts as a good laxative and increases body weight.
  • Stored honey which is old helps in metabolism of fat and curbs kapha.

In Honey is widely used with many herbal preparations. The presence of honey in these preparations enhances medical qualities of these preparations and helps to penetrate the deeper tissues.

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Effective Treatment for Acne and Scars

Numerous treatment procedure are available to treat acne and scar, ayurveda treatment for acne and scar are comparatively effective than other medical treatments. In Ayurvedic acne means mukhadushika, it is caused due to improper balance of the body that is Vata, Kapha & Shonita (Rakta). Herbal plants are used as the main ingredients for the treatment for acne, so no side effects will happen, another main advantage of the ayurveda treatment is, it will cure the root causes of the disease. That is the reason why Ayurveda is step ahead of other treatments procedures.

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Ayurvedic Treatment Cheap and Best

Ayurvedic hospitals are the cheapest and best alternative, and you can avail treatment at an ayurvedic hospital for a reasonable amount of USD 1000/month. Your accommodation will be excluded from the treatment charges at the various resorts that provide ayurvedic treatment. Experience the treatment in a differently in leisure with ayurvedic houseboat packages for two people.

Places where Ayurvedic Treatment is available

Kerala is the place where you find the best of ayurvedic treatment; this could be because of the climate and the ample availability of herbs and other medicinal plants. There are few ayurvedic centers in Tamil Nadu and Goa, but nothing so exotic and exclusive like what you find in Kerala.

The Best Time in Kerala to go for Ayurvedic Treatment.

The monsoon in the month of June-September is the best time for Ayurvedic treatment, because the climate is cool and moist and dust free. This enables the body pores to open up and be acceptive to herbal oils and therapy while oil massage.

Benefits of Ayurvedic Medicine:

Ayurvedic medicine is particularly good for metabolic, tension associated, chronic conditions. Treatments are also instrumental in easing the effects of surgery and draining treatments such as chemotherapy. Other popular uses of ayurveda are for generalized rejuvenation.

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Enjoy Ayurveda Holidays In Kerala – Rejuvenate The Mind Body & Soul

Kerala one of the best place to enjoy your holidays and make it a memorable one. Kerala known for its hospitality and immense beauty. The God’s own country is the most blessed land featured with natural beauty and pleasant climate.

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Ayurvedic medicine, is it facing extinction

Ayurvedic medicine could face an unsure future as 93 percent of the wild plants used in the practice is facing extinction due to overutilization, in a recent survey

The Botanical Survey of India lately prioritized 359 wild medicinal plant varieties conducted an appraisal across the country to ascertain their health. The news was not favorable to the ayurvedic industry. Taking into account that there are 359 species of medicinal plants, 335 is classified as endangered that face extinction and vulnerable due to civilization encroachment.

The list was prepared through a survey based on the categories to ascertain the list that falls under the endangered species. The International Union for conservation of Nature has Red listed the threatened species and looking to ascertain it falls under the right bracket.

Most of the researchers believe that more than 95 percent of plants used in ayurvedic medicine faces extinction. The researchers opinioned how plants are collected from the wild and with destructive means of harvest is killing or damaging the plant. This will lead to scarcity and at later stage; Ayurveda will obviously have a uncertain future. This is the only treatment that still continues the traditional method and millions still enjoy this treatment and believes in its benefits.

Ayurveda has its own significance taking into account the historical and cultural importance will only benefit India. Ayurveda and its treatment is going places, most department of ancient treatment like Naturopathy, Unani and Yoga is exploring export opportunities. At this stage if plants are extinct it will hamper the industry, and we may have a blink nature in Ayurveda.

Unlike other traditional medicine that needs parts of endangered animals like Rhino and Tiger bones, Ayurveda has not faced any such criticism so far. At the face of plant extinction, it’s more likely that we realize what we are going to lose.


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Rejuvenate and Revel in Kerala’s Charm

Kerala is a beautiful tourist destination known globally for its backwaters, beaches, tea estates, waterfalls, and Ayurveda hospitals. Every year thousands of tourists from across the globe comes here to explore the serene beauty of this southern Indian state. The geographical and cultural diversities make Kerala a repertoire of surprises and delights. Ayurveda, the science of life, is one of the popular aspects of India Tourism. Honeymooning couples from all over the world visit Kerala to celebrate their honeymooning vacationers in most romantic ways in serene and calm ambiance. Ayurvedic treatment will rejuvenate you to the hilt. Kerala is internationally famed for amazing Ayurveda resorts. Ayurveda provides you the medical treatments for physical and psychological ailments. The treatments processes are all natural, and have no side effects. Kerala is truly a Travelers paradise. The Kerala cuisines identified for its spicy and hot look successful enough in pampering the visitor’s taste buds.  The Ayurveda of Kerala is believed to have the property of combating diseases and filled with the mantra of healthy life.

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Anxiety & Stress – How to tackle it?

Anxiety and Stress is one of the hardest things that the modern generation faces. It is stifling and exhausting the present generation to a great extent. Their mind is simmering with worries created by external factors like work, environment, natural disasters, the collapse of the economy due to recession, terrorism, war, insecurity and it seems there is no conclusion to the number of things to worry about. Many of the things mentioned our not under our control, but still it takes a great toll on our anxiety level. Anxiety & Stress is co-related and does not completely evolve out of the circumstances mentioned. Research points out that minds that are prone to lot of anxiety & stress tends to return to it at the slightest provocation.

For some people worrying about small and big events in life become a habit. Such kind of people, fall into a mindset of worry and stress for silly reasons. They fall prey to this net of stressful thinking without being fully aware of the health hazards due to it. It slowly engulfs their life and become a habit. In such conditions it is very important to stop worrying and start living.

Symptoms & Diagnosis

  • Accelerated heart beat called Palpitation
  • Sweating
  • Shaking or Trembling
  • Feeling shortness of breath or smothering
  • Chest pain and discomfort in chest area
  • Nausea and abdominal distress
  • Dizziness, unsteadiness, faint or feel lightheaded
  • Depersonalization or feel detached from oneself
  • There is a feeling of loosing control of oneself or going crazy
  • Fear of dying
  • Numbness or tingling sensation
  • Hot flashes or chills

Reasons & Causes

Main root cause for anxiety is stress

The main reasons of stress are –

  • Stress arising out of career. It is one of the primary reasons of stress.
  • In this world of consumerism we tend to be over-demanding.


  • Alcohol addicts and those who consume alcohol are more exposed to anxiety related disorders
  • Those who have weak nervous system due to irregular habits
  • Way of thinking and mindset


You should cultivate an attitude – 90 % of the things we fret on, NEVER ACTUALLY HAPPEN!

How Can Stress be busted?

  • Stress can be controlled and pacified by dealing with problems and not running away from it.
  • Get guidance and discuss problems with friends and family.
  • Don’t give too much attention and interest to problems, thinking too much on it, gives you stress and destroys your health.

Ayurvedic Treatment & other alternative measures to control Anxiety.

According to Ayurvedic perspective, anxiety is the result of imbalance in Vata. So, the primary step is to control vata.

Pancharkarma: It is prescribed for rejuvenation and to detoxify the body.

Ashwagandha: is famous anti-depressant without any side effects.

Almond Milk: Reduces stress

Pudina: Drinking pudina tea twice daily will help in reducing stress

Almonds: It is considered as a good brain tonic. Taking 4 almonds daily before going to bed will relax you.

Having warm foods, vegetable soups with ginger and pepper will reduce stress

Other Measures

Yoga: Doing yoga relieves stress and anxiety. Meditation calms the mind and asanas relaxes the muscles.

Pranayama: Gives you relaxation and helps in oxidization of the cells.

Massage: A warm oil massage helps in releasing toxins from the body.

Laughter Therapy: If there is laughter club near, join it as it is highly beneficial as stress reliever.

Listen to Classical Music: Music reduces stress in great deal.

Renunciation: Try to be satisfied with what you have, it itself will bring great relief.

Organize your life: If you are organized, then half the problem is over and will give you great confidence.

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Massage and its multiple benefits

Massage is part of our treatment system from ancient times. While undergoing massage, the body is benefited with manifold physiological benefits, moreover it soothes and relaxes the body. Physically massaging or kneading the soft tissues is the procedure in which a person derives relief from pain, stress, discomfort and promotes health and wellness. When such techniques are applied to promote health and wellness it is called Massage Therapy.

Massage in ayurveda is known as abhyanga and are recommended for treating several diseases. Besides that, it plays an important role in body detoxification process called “Panchakarma” usually prescribed before starting the core treatment for a disease in ayurveda. Massage is performed using ayurvedic herbal oils and aromatic oils. Ayurvedic physician select oil according to the condition and objective of massage.

There are different types of body massages according to the ayurvedic texts and they are selected after diagnosing the patient and his discomforts. The different types of massage are udvarthana, mardana and paadaghata.

Massage and its immense benefits

  • During massage, the blood circulation in tissues increases, releases muscle spasms and stimulates the nervous system or sedates it. When the circulation is increased, the tissues get more oxygen and nutrients.
  • The recovery period of illness or injury is shortened.
  • Due to massage, endorphins which are natural pain killers are released into the body
  • It stimulates lymphatic system which boosts body immunity.
  • Massage relieves muscle tension, stiffness, pain and reduces swelling.
  • As a result of massage the formation of scar tissue is reduced.
  • Massage increases performance of the athletics and gives immense joint flexibility
  • Apart from that it reduces the level of stressful hormones called cortisol.
  • It helps to handle stressful conditions in a relaxed and calm way
  • It enhances the creative ability and creative thinking.
  • It altogether promotes the feeling of wellbeing.

Cases where massage has to be avoided

Ayurveda text underlines that massage should not be done on patients who suffer from fever, diarrhea, vomiting, indigestion and pregnancy. Therapists avoids massaging for persons suffering from fever, skin eruptions, large bruises, inflamed joints, sensitive veins, varicose, tumors, a period, indigestion, nut allergy, appendix, dislocated shoulders, and vertebral problems.

It is recommended that you ensure that massage therapist is qualified or not.

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Panchakarma Treatment

Pancha means five and Karma means actions in Sanskrit. It’s a five process for purification of boby.This is done by using food and herbal medicine. This is also known as elimination therapy. All the wastes are eliminated from body through diet and natural herbs. To keep health and fitness, Ayurveda recommends Panchakarma treatment at least once in a year. Panchakarma Therapies are Vamana,Virechana,Vasti,Nasya, and Raktamokshana.

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Ayurveda in Modern times

According to Ayurveda an improper diet can perhaps be the cause of many widespread ailments. Changing your eating habits to adapt to your digestive system will help your well-being vastly including the ability to deal more effectively with any hurdles you face in routine life. Ayurveda generally seems an difficult chore the good thing is that you don’t have to pick up all about Ayurveda or spend all your income for classes; even a little bit facilitates to get better. Continue reading

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