Cumin seeds are also known as jeera in Hindi and Marathi. It is known as jeerak in Ayurveda, the word jeerak indicates its ability to improve your digestive power. The botanical name of cumin is Cuminum cyminum Linn and it belongs to the Umbelliferae family. 


In Ayurveda, jeera has a very crucial role specifically in disorders related to your digestion. The cumin seeds have a tendency to increase pitta dosha and balance Vata and Kapha dosha. It has ushna potency.

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Most of us don’t wake up until we’ve had our dose of caffeine.  The two most popular forms of beverages are black coffee and green tea. Black coffee and green tea have many health benefits. They both have great properties, making them ideal for evening or morning teas. Distinguishing between coffee and green tea can be difficult. But we are mentioning a few things you should know about them.

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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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Halasana (Plow pose)

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Halasana is also known as the Plow pose.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words hala meaning “plough” and asana meaning “posture”.
Halasana, the pose is entered from Sarvangasana (shoulder stand), lowering the back slightly for balance, and moving the arms and legs over the head until the outstretched toes touch the ground and the fingertips, in a preparatory variant of the pose. The arms may then be moved to support the back into a more vertical position, giving a second variant pose. Finally, the arms may be stretched out on the ground away from the feet, giving the final pose in the shape of a traditional plough.

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Homoeopathy for females and during pregnancy

Homoeopathy in Pregnancy

Homoeopathy is effective in treating a variety of troubles that female faces. Whether it is a menstrual problem, PCOD, infertility, migraine, depression, anxiety, recurrent infections, Asthma and many more; Homoeopathy can manage them all. The Homoeopathic system of medicine works from within, it helps in strengthening a neuro-endocrine-immunity axis and thus helps in keeping illnesses at bay. It strengthens one’s natural defences so that he or she can fight off and helps them stay healthy and illness-free for longer durations of time.

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