Benefits of coconut


Coconut has prime importance in Indian tradition. But this importance is because of its scientific importance.
The Latin name of coconut is “Crocus Nucifera” and it belongs to the “Arecaceae” family. Coconuts are highly nutritious and rich in fiber, vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5 and B6 and minerals including iron, selenium, sodium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous.

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Panchakarma the real way of body Detoxification

“Ayurvedic panchakarma”

Nowadays you can see many advertisements regarding ayurvedic detoxification, which shows you someone taking massage with oils and powders or any other elements, Taking a bath in the bathtub with some leaves and water, taking steam. Some advertisements show you oil is pouring on the forehead. But all these things are not ayurvedic detoxification.

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 Do You Know ​Pineapple Is Not Just A Fruit.


Pineapple is a small herb. It has around 60cm to 1mt longleaf with thorny margins. This plant is basically from Brazil and brought to India by the Portuguese. Now abundantly available in India.

Pineapple (ananas)
Latin name: ananas consistent

Family: Bromeliaceae

Loaded With Nutrients

Pineapples are low in calories but have an incredibly impressive nutrient profile.

One cup (5.8 ounces or 165 grams) of pineapple chunks contains the following :

  • Calories: 82.5
  • Fat: 1.7 grams
  • Protein: 1 gram
  • Carbs: 21.6 grams
  • Fibre: 2.3 grams
  • Vitamin C: 131% of the RDI
  • Manganese: 76% of the RDI
  • Vitamin B6: 9% of the RDI
  • Copper: 9% of the RDI
  • Thiamin: 9% of the RDI
  • Folate: 7% of the RDI
  • Potassium: 5% of the RDI
  • Magnesium: 5% of the RDI
  • Niacin: 4% of the RDI
  • Pantothenic acid: 4% of the RDI
  • Riboflavin: 3% of the RDI
  • Iron: 3% of the RDI

Pineapples also contain trace amounts of vitamins A and K, phosphorus, zinc and calcium, Pineapples are full with a variety of vitamins and minerals. They are especially rich in vitamin C and manganese.

Fruition happens at the end of summer and in Rainey season. So you get all benefits of pineapple if consumed in this period.

  • According to Ayurved pineapple are Vata and pitta shamaka
  • Pineapple is very helpful in anorexia abdominal pain and  hyperacidity (amlapitta)
  • Fresh Pineapple juice also helpful in constipation and worms
  • Make sure not to eat pineapple in pregnancy as it causes abortion when taken in excess.
  • Raw pineapple is very effective in kashtartava ( metrorrhagia- painful menstruation) and anartva (amenorrhea- scanty or no menses).
  • Pineapples are delicious, accessible and easy to add to the diet.


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The full Yogic breathing involves all 3 types of sectional breathing discussed before in previous blogs.

1. Take a comfortable sitting position, make sure the head and spine are in one straight line in the centre.
2. Begin slowly by inhaling through the nose, let the air fill your lungs without stopping the movement.
3. Continue to inhale smoothly until your ribcages have expanded sideways.

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Best Sitting Posture While Working On The Desk

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Poor posture while working on the desk is the major cause of neck and back pain.

In order to get rid of these pains, it is very essential to maintain good posture while working on the computer.


1) keep your spine supported on the backrest.

2)don’t slouch your back too much.

3) avoid forward bending of your neck.

4) keep your computer screen at eye level. If you are using a laptop then consider attaching an external keyboard and keep laptop screen on eye level.

5) while typing on the keyboard make sure ur shoulders are relaxed and not elevated.

6) maintain your elbow in 90 degrees.

7) keep your wrist in a neutral position.

8) knees bent to 90 degrees and feet well supported on a small table or footrest. Avoid hanging your legs.

9) take a break from work every 45 minutes and do some quick stretches.

10) maintain your hydration well.

11) if you have to attend a call then get up from the chair and walk while talking on a phone.

Try these out and see the difference in your pain.

this content is solely for informational purposes and is not intended to be suitable for professional medical advice.


Dr Priyanka Sanghvi

Physiotherapist, B.P.T, M.P.T.( Orthopaedics)

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ABCDE Technique To Resolve Your Mental Trouble, Based On WHO Guidelines

ABCDE Technique to resolve your mental trouble,  based on WHO guidelines


Dr.Madhavi Sheth. Counselling Psychologist.


We are almost entering 85 days of the pandemic. As warned before we all are bruised physically, emotionally, financially and almost feeling drained.

As a result, we are coming across many unpleasant, unacceptable and shocking news and situations.

All of us, mind well words all of us whether rich or poor, adult or child, employed or unemployed are feeling lots of emotions which is pandemic itself, it is like a tsunami takes away almost all our positive energies.

Anxiety, restlessness, unseen fear and insecurity whatnot.

We all need to do one simple exercise which is called ABCDE


A – Pay ATTENTION to your inner dialogue, what are my feelings.

B – Do not automatically BELIEVE your thought process, since every thought we have is not necessarily is real 

C – CHALLENGE the thoughts to defuse anxiety. Is it a fact or an opinion? So if I am in a calmer state still I would have thought same or something else.

D – DISCOUNT so should I react to it or I should give a discount to it?

E – EXPLORE the options, what is going to be helpful to focus right now? What options do I have?


Most of the time, you will be able to handle your emotions. Friends practise it will definitely help all of us, Nothing is permeant, every night is followed by bright morning, after every disaster, there is a new creation, so we are evolving. God has an answer to every situation.

Have faith…….


Dr.Madhavi Sheth.

Counselling Psychologist.


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Hair-Fall Treatment With Homoeopathy

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1 in every 2 females suffers or has suffered from hair fall/ hair thinning in their life. 

40% of men have noticeable hair loss by age 35, 65% by age 60, and 80% by age 80

The issue is so common; we forget the severity of it.  But, people who have hair loss, they would know how it affects them in so many aspects. I would like to talk about common causes of hair fall followed by implications of it from psychological point of view which are not talked about so often. 

Normal hair loss is considered to be 100 hairs per day, based on the average scalp containing 100,000 hair follicles.

Common causes of hair loss are:

Male and female pattern baldness: Male pattern hair loss is believed to be due to a combination of genetics and the male hormone testosterone.

The cause in female pattern hair loss is still not known

Local infections: Some bacterial and fungal infections of scalp and hair follicles can cause hair loss like folliculitis, Tinea capitis etc.

Alopecia areata: Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder also known as “spot baldness” that can result in hair loss ranging from just one location to every hair on the entire body. It can also spread to the entire scalp (alopecia totalis) or to the entire body (alopecia universalis).

Trauma: Traction alopecia is most commonly found in people with ponytails or cornrows who pull on their hair with excessive force. Trauma such as child birth, pregnancy, stress can cause hair loss

Drugs: Many drugs can cause hair loss including chemotherapy.

Thyroid disorders: Patients of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism complaint of hair loss commonly.

Pregnancy: Post pregnancy hair loss is quite common because of hormonal imbalance.

Unhealthy scalp environment: Not washing hair and scalp properly, Air and water pollutants, environmental toxins, conventional styling products and excessive amounts of sebum have the potential to build up on the scalp

Nutrition: Lack of proper nutrition is one of the most common causes of hair loss.

Stress: Mental wellbeing plays a vital role in maintaining quality and quantity of hair. Hair loss due to stress is very common which is caused by Telogen effluvium in which a large number of hairs enter the resting phase at the same time, causing shedding and subsequent thinning.

Hair is an integral part of self-image for both males and females. Hair loss and thinning can make people look older and is very closely related to our standards of beauty and attractiveness. That is why hair loss becomes such an important issue for most. Hair loss changes their self image for them and subsequently confidence, interactions, communication and so on for many people. It is a complex psychological issue and not only hair loss but also this psychological complex needs to be addressed. Many people don’t regain their former self image even if they have been treated for hair loss. 

There are many causes of hair loss which can be successfully treated with Homoeopathy without any surgical interventions. Hair loss due to Alopecia areata which is an autoimmune disease can be treated so beautifully with Homoeopathy that result can astound you. Homoeopathy gives wonderful results in other causes like stress, local infections, thyroid disorders, faulty nutrition, post-pregnancy hair loss too. As per my experience, pattern baldness is difficult to treat but the pace can be slowed down with Homoeopathy. 

The beauty of Homoeopathy is- it not only treats hair loss but treats you as a whole so that all psychological issues along with it are taken care too. 

Have healthy hair and healthy self!



– Dr Kruti Trivedi (B.H.M.S., C.C.A.H., C.D.E.)

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Ritu Sandhi: Seasonal Transition

Ayurveda is not merely medical science, but it is the science of life. The aim of Ayurveda is to prevent disease and to maintain health. Acharya Charaka has explained that the strength and lustre of human beings who knows the suitable diet and regimen for every season and practices accordingly are enhanced. But habituated things if to be given up then it is to be done slowly and gradually otherwise it may lead to Asatmyaja roga (allergic disease).


Ritu Sandhi

Acharya Vagbhata in his treatise Ashtang Hridaya Sutrasthana has stated the term ritu sandhi which means the last 7 days of the present season and first 7 days of the upcoming season. It is a period of 14 days. In ritu sandhi, one should gradually start rejecting the practices of the present season including the practices related to dietetic practise, lifestyle, and behaviour. At the same time, he or she should gradually start practising and adapting to the practices of the upcoming season including diet, lifestyle, and behavioural practices. The practices should be adapted in a step ladder pattern, so should let going process.

It is the period in which the body adapts itself to stressors of the incoming season. The regimen or diet prescribed for this period is calculated to help in a smooth change over. Therefore, in ritu sandhi, the regimen of the preceding season should be discontinued gradually and that of the succeeding season should be adopted gradually.

Ritu sandhi (transit season) lowers down the immune system of the body and makes the conditions favourable for the spread of the disease. One who fully knows the reasonable dependent activities done by him or her and the food taken by him or her and taking this into consideration prescribes his diet, and lifestyle then,  he or she only increases his or her body strength and complexion and develop better resistance of sandhi kalgat disease (seasonal disorder).

Practising anything or letting go anything suddenly is not easy. Both are processes which need to be done gradually. The body does not tolerate when anything is implemented out of regular practice or withdrawn from regular practice suddenly. The body will take time to get adapted to any changes, be it letting go of the things or practising the new things.

Seasons and their ritu sandhis

Shishira (late winter) and vasanta (spring)

It ranges between 9th March and 22nd March. During sishira ritu, agni (digestive fire) is stronger, Kapha dosha accumulates in the body due to extreme cold environment and food which are heavy to digest are usually consumed. But as vasanta ritu commences Kapha liquifies due to heat of the sun and reduces agni (digestive fire) therefore, foods that are light and easy indigestion should begin. As per Ayurveda, during sishira ritu, foods dominant in sweetness, sourness and saltiness should be gradually reduced and use of spices and vegetable with pungent, bitter, and astringent tastes should be increased. Preventive therapies like Nasya (nasal medication), dry massage, and physical exercise should be gradually started in 14 days.

Vasant (spring) and greeshma (summer)

It ranges between 9th May and 22nd May. The heat of the sun increases in summer therefore, foods with pungent taste should be decreased slowly and diet which are sweet, cold, and liquid in nature should be consumed. The gradual change in the diet corresponding to the upcoming summer season helps in maintaining the health of your body. As spring and summer are included in the northern solstice (uttarayana kala), change to a considerable extent in diet, and lifestyle is not obligatory.

Greeshma (summer) and Varsha (monsoon)

It ranges between 9th July and 22nd July. Agni starts weakening and doshas start increasing during varsha ritu therefore, all measures to increase the digestive capacity should be adopted gradually. In Ayurvedic scriptures, sleeping during daytime is suggested in summer because of long days and shorter nights, but as Varsha ritu starts progressing, it should be avoided to prevent it from increasing doshas. One must start drinking boiled water during Varsha ritu.

Varsha (monsoon) and Sharad (autumn)

It ranges between 9th September and 22nd September. The person is accustomed to the cold due to monsoon which results in a sudden increase in pitta when a person is exposed to warm rays of the sun. Therefore, he or she should slowly start consuming a diet which includes amla, potato, green gram, and rice, and dominating in bitter, sweet, and pungent tastes.

Sharad (autumn) and Hemanta (winter)

It ranges between 9th November and 22nd November. As per Ayurveda, nights are longer during the winter season and one feels hungry early in the morning therefore, he or she should adopt to oil massage (abhyanga) which balances Vata. As the digestion power starts increasing, the diet should include soup with fatty substances, black gram, and freshly harvested corn.

Hemanta (winter) and sishira (late winter)

It ranges between 9th January and 22nd January. Sishsira ritu is stronger than Hemanta, therefore, all practices adopted in Hemanta should be adopted with more intensity. Practices of Hemanta ritu should be gradually stopped and diet, the lifestyle of shishira ritu should be started.

Although today seasons do not follow the perfect schedule the knowledge of ritu sandhi (interseason period) help in the prevention of many seasonal disorders. The secret to living a healthy life is adapting to seasons throughout the year.


Purav Jayesh Trivedi

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