Ayurveda Herbs for Cholesterol

Cholesterol is considered a type of fat and a very essential structural component of plasma membrane of mammals required for maintaining proper membrane permeability and fluidity. Cholesterol is essential to human biology and essential to Vitamin D synthesis. Cholesterol is a medical problem that most of us encounter and have to battle with at one point in our lives.

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Ayurvedic Herbal Steam Bath – Fat Loss Treatment

Ayurveda is the Knowledge of Life, ayurvedic medicine accentuates disease prevention within the framework of one of civilization’s oldest ways of life

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Improve Eyesight with Eye Massage

Eye massage helps to enhance the beauty and sight of Eye. It helps to stimulate the flow of the blood in the skin, muscles and capillaries around the eyes.

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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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Kerala – Global Celebrities favorite place for Ayurveda treatment

Naomi Campbell was in Kerala recently. No she was not here as state guest or tourist, but for a different purpose.The world famous supermodel was here for Ayurvedic massage session.She was spotted at Leela Kovalam Beach hotel to experience India’s ancient system of medicine.  This again proves that the ancient form of Indian medicine is so much popular in the western world.

Ayurveda in Kerala is preserved in its purest form, and this has been popularly among people who are in show business. The commonly known remedy is about the ailment that sustains their youthfulness and charm; besides take care of their ageing factor. There are few institutes in Ottappalam, Kerala where researcher are trying to rediscover the methods used in ancient India for reverse ageing. Some of the scientists are still working on it.

Ayurvedic tourism is a very apt term, since most western tourist visit India for this special treatment. Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci has been visiting Kerala more often for ayurvedic treatment for their continuous ailment. As the national daily Deccan Chronicle reports celebrities like Kate Winslet are likely to join the list of famous screen idols to hop into God’s own Country for a restorative and preventive ayurvedic experience.

Word to mouth promotion often takes place among celebrities; otherwise guess how Naomi Campbell could ever make it to Kerala for this purpose. Sources say it was Yogi Cameron, a yesteryear supermodel himself, who is also known therapist may have suggested Naomi about Kerala ayurveda. Cameron is the unofficial ambassador for ayurveda and has advocated about Kerala’s rich nature and successful history of Ayurveda and its success story, she had expressed concern how the world is forgetting this tremendous culture”

These days modern diagnosis is carried out first to know the root cause of any ailment, and then they undertake ayurvedic method to cure the disease. May sportsman have benefited with ayurveda and they still want to continue with it.

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Water in Ayurveda

Water is the major constituent of all living beings and the major component of the human cell. Moreover, 75% of the earth is covered with water. Panchamabhutas make a human body. Water is one of such panchamabhutas. It acts as a good medium for almost all biological process that happens in living beings.

Effects of Dehydration

The loss of water in the body is called Dehydration. It results in lowered energy, dry skin, muscle cramps, reduced alertness and distress vital organs.

Drinking Water

Drinking Water must be free from heavy metals, suspended particles and pathogens like bacteria. According to Ayurveda, rain water which is free from impurities and microbes can be used as potable water. This kind of rain water is healthy, cools body, increases alertness and satiates taste buds. In the present conditions it is not recommended to use rain water. It contains all type of contaminations like polluted sky, carbon monoxide other industrial emissions get dissolved with rain causing acid rain. Therefore it is not recommended to use such water. Even Ayurveda advices to use rain water only after checking its purity.

Water that is polluted with mud, weeds, algae and microbes is referred as Dushtajala in ayurveda. Human beings should not use it for any purpose as it harmful to them.

Cold Water and its benefits

Cold water lessens intoxication of alcohol and also relieves fatigue, giddiness, vomiting sensation and quenches thirst.

Hot Water and its benefits

It accelerates digestion and good to take after meals for perfect digestion. It stirs up hunger, cleanses bladder, soothes throat, reduce hiccups and alleviates vata and kapha.

During the time of cold it is good to intake hot water as it reduces cold as well symptoms like cough, fever and breathlessness.

Benefits of drinking plenty of water

Healthy Glowing Skin:

Those who drink plenty of water will have a perfect skin. It avoids wrinkles and moisturizes the skin from inside. They get a young look and the skin gains elasticity.

Healthy Cardiovascular System:

Intake of good amount of water reduces the risk of heart diseases. According to studies dehydration increases the viscosity of blood and plasma which are risk factors of heart disease.

Essential for good Digestion:

It is very important for digestion of food and absorption of nutrients. Also, it helps in flushing out of waste material that is produced during metabolism.

Cures Constipation:

By drinking 14 glasses of water per day along with rich fiber diet would remove constipation. It will ease bowel movement.

Alert Mind:

Drinking plenty of water keeps the mind alert and avoids dehydration which causes dizziness.

Detoxification in Daily Basis:

In the Cotemporary period are surroundings and nature are polluted due to rampant industrialization and use of pesticides in cultivation. Due to these reasons they get into human body also through food. To get rid of these toxins it is good to drink lot of water to flush out these toxins.

Other then these benefits, water regulate body temperature and boost the immunity of the body. Sports persons should drink plenty of water and not aerated cool drinks.

Other benefits of Water

  • If you drink 8-10 glasses of water per day, it washes out the toxins from the body and moisturizes the skin thereby removing acnes and pimples.
  • If you drink a glass of water before every meal it helps you to reduce weight.
  • If you drink good amount of water you can keep headache away.
  • Frequent spray of water on face will keep the dry skin smooth and soft.
  • Drinking lot of warm water will reduce discomfort out of bronchitis and arthritis.

The intake of ½ glass of water every 2 hours will remove indigestion.

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Kerala Ayurveda and the German connection

Ayurveda in Kerala once experienced and you are never the same. The person who believes this is the German film actress Ingeborg Schoener.

The actress visited Kerala during this season for an intense Ayurveda treatment. This 77-year old celebrity has is still not lost her grace and charm. Her visit to seek the ancient treatment went around like wild fire and eyes got her captive, as she went around in the state.

Ingeborn Schoener, has been visiting Kerala for the past 8 years and putting up at various resorts. She had a severe knee problem that pained a lot and with ayurveda treatment, she has been completely cured. The actress keeps coming back to Kerala for more, besides ayurveda to enjoy the pleasant environment and locales.

Tourists last time visited Kochi and happen to walk in to Matt India, he saw us mentioned in some social media forum. He described his tour across Kerala, and had stayed in many places and according to him there is nothing like Kerala ayurveda in the world. He felt so strong about the ayurvedic treatment and how it rejuvenates him into a healthy soul.

Going back to Ingeborn Schoener visit, she on behest of her travel company has been giving lecture on Ayurveda across Germany.  This ancient treatment is the only one that has not changed even a bit, but they still go on to do the best with the old technique. The methodologies and the medicines are the same. Ayurveda strike to the core of any issues and they leave a huge impact almost nullifying the ailment. It does not take much time for the medicine to take effect and may even slowly rejuvenate your body wholly.

Accordingly who is a staunch believer of Ayurveda, believes that she should very rarely venture out during the treatment, because it will hamper the cause and effect of the treatment. She is truly in love with Kerala and feels the place has changed her perception about life. She strictly follows a life prescribed by the Ayurvedic doctor.  Her advice to wannabe is to drink hot water in the morning and get a year purchase of medicines, she stopped allopathic and the changes are visible. With Ayurveda its fantastic, she added further.

 

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Sleep according to Ayurveda

Sleep according to ayurveda is classified according to the constituency of the body; vata type of body finds it difficult in attaining sleep or staying asleep for the required time. Such a body constituency always finds their mind very active, imaginative, and restless during night and would find difficulty in calming down for a good night sleep. In the case of kapha constituency, lot of sleep is required and if they fail to achieve the right level of sleep, it becomes groggy and ineffective.

According to ayurveda, to get good sleep, everyone should keep a regular bedtime to go to sleep and to wake up in the morning. The time to go to sleep should not go beyond 10:00 p.m. and the hours before going to sleep should be spend doing some quiet activity. Your mind should not get tensed by going for unnecessary arguments and talks. If there are any issues to be discussed, postpone it for the morning. Before going for sleep it is good to do some meditation, yoga or reading some spiritual books. Don’t go for a diet that is heavy as it may disturb your sleep.

To endorse good sleep, a warm sesame oil massage followed by a warm bath or shower is very relaxing and would benefit in getting good sleep.

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Ayurvedic Treatment for Migraine

Migraine is a very common form of headache, seen in nearly 15 % of the population. A migraine is a severe, painful headache is a complex condition accompanied by sensory warning signs such as flashes of light, blind spots, tingling in the arms and legs, nausea, vomiting, and increased sensitivity to light and sound. The excruciating pain that migraines bring can last for hours or even days. The treatments for migraine varied from person to person. Some of the major factors that led to migraine are stress, lack of food, alcohol, hormonal changes in women, lack of sleep and the environment. Ayurvedic treatment for migraine comprises of Nasya, Basti, Shirobasti, Dahan, Shaman, Thalam Thalapothichil treatment.

Experiencing a severe head ache contact ayurveda hospital in Kerala or call – +91 9746755229

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Ayurveda – India’s Contribution to Mankind

Ayurveda proclaim to mankind to live in perfect harmony with nature and is no doubt a contribution to mankind by our ancient sages for good health care, longevity and well being. The word was coined out of two words ayur (life) and veda (science) and thus it means “the science of life”. Ancient books called Charaka Samhitha and Susruta Samhitha written almost 2000 years ago are considered to be the main text on ayurvedic medicine and treatment. The evolution of ayurveda was parallel to the growth of Indian civilization and some practices were passed through generations by word of mouth and relying on pure memory. Some families had a unique treatment method that is passed to next generation and no one else.

It is based on the principle that a person’s health is based on the balance of Tridosha’s called – Vatha, Pitha and Kapha. An imbalance in this constitution due to unhealthy lifestyle, diet, or too much mental or physical strain, spurs diseases. This system uses medicines, powder, medicated oil which is made from natural herbs and process is based on ancient scriptures. There are no side-effects and body responds quickly to the treatment. The treatment can be classified into four – shodan, or cleansing; shaman or palliation; rasayana, or rejuvenation; and satvajaya, or mental hygiene. It also includes yoga, ayurvedic-oil-massage, panchakarma and meditation which relaxes and calms the nerves and the whole body and also detoxifies and relaxes your mind out of tension and daily stress.

Ayurveda is widely accepted all over the world and as an industry it has tremendous potential and people are relying on it as a safer option to cure disease and body ailments.

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