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Ubtan Abhyanga Snan

Narak Chaturdashi being one of the five days celebrations is one of the most important days of Diwali. It is believed that on this auspicious day Lord Krishna killed the demon called Narakasur. This day signifies the victory of good over evil.

 Begin with the abhyanga snan and wash away all your problems. Abhyanga Snan symbolises the elimination of evil, followed by a purification process.

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A Simple Way To Treat Your Chronic Pain

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Everyone experiences aches and pains at any time. When an injury occurs, pain signals travel from the injured area to your spinal cord and to your brain.

The pain will become less day by day as the injury heals. But Chronic pain is different from typical pain. With chronic pain, your body continues to send pain signals to your brain, even after the injury heals. This can last for several weeks to years. Chronic pain can limit your mobility and reduce your flexibility, strength and endurance. it will be difficult to perform daily tasks and activities.

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Built good immunity to fight with Mucus problem

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Cold and cough are common health problems that affect children the most. If not treated properly, it can build up mucus in the lungs. Mucus is a normal, slippery and stringy fluid substance produced by many lining tissues in the body. It is essential for body function and acts as a protective and moisturizing layer to keep critical organs from drying out. Mucus also acts as a trap for irritants like dust smoke or bacteria. A running or stuffed up nose is a pain, but that extra mucus helps your body stay healthy. Mucus is an important substance. The body produces to protect itself from viruses and bacteria.

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Amla- The Exceptional Berry

 

Amla (Phyllanthus Emblica or Indian Gooseberry) is native to India and grows in tropical and subtropical conditions. Thus, it has been extensively used in many parts of India as traditional medicine or for its nutrients. Regionally, amla is known by various names as Amalaki, Dhatri, or Amrutphala. In Ayurveda, amla has been described as peculiar green plum-like fruit that has all six tastes (except saltiness). It has been referred for a host of health benefits that involve improving digestive health to relieving cough in respiratory diseases. 

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Immunity & Ayurveda

Immunity & Ayurveda

 

Immunity is the body’s natural response to maintain homeostasis in human. Usually, the immune system recognizes a variety of threats including viruses, bacteria, and parasites; and distinguishes them from the body’s healthy tissues. The overall immune mechanism is essential for our survival. It is a holistic system, which is interconnected with the psychological endocrine neurological systems. The immune system is associated with the proper functioning of different type of cells, organs, and constantly cooperates with the chemical signals to protect us against any infectious disease. Immune mechanisms are coordinated by different cellular components such as T-cells, B-cells, macrophages, and dendritic cells. Each has a specific role in recognizing, attacking, recruiting, and killing foreign invaders like harmful bacteria, viruses, worms, and others. 

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Flavoured water (peach and basil)

Flavored water (peach and basil)

Can say that summer has started, day by day temperature will increase, And while these easily reach 36 °C and more, the desire for a cold drink is strongly felt.

This time, it is the peach that I put in the spotlight with a few basil leaves. It is subtle, light, delicate, soft and beneficial water.

I find it economical and really perfect for the hot weather. We can put a little of everything and make this flavoured water.

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