Ayurvedic Remedies

Thirst (Ayurvedic Name – Trishna)

Thirst (Ayurvedic Name – Trishna) — Water is very vital for living beings on this planet among all other four element necessary for life. Two third surface of earth is covered with water , 76% of human body consists of water and thus thirst is the natural process in human body. As all other ailments, Ayurveda treats thirst according to …

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Stretch Marks Removal

Stretch Marks Removal — Stretch marks can be described as lines on the skin surface, with an off-color hue. Such lines are mainly found in the abdominal wall, below the umbilicus, but can also occur over the thighs and breasts. While pregnancy is the predominant cause of stretch marks, other reasons include gain or loss in weight, rapid growth (especially …

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Stress

Stress — Stress is the term given to the difficulty that the body faces while combating a physical or emotional threat, be it actual or imagined. Some of the common symptoms of stress include irritability, muscular tension, inability to concentrate and a variety of physical reactions, such as headaches and accelerated heart rate. Stress is not always harmful. Sometimes, it …

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Spring Skin Care with Ayurveda

Spring Skin Care with Ayurveda — In the spring, Kapha dosha tends to escalate in most people’s physiologies, giving rise to Kapha – related skin problems such as excessive oiliness, breakouts and a lack of clarity. Cleansing and rejuvenation are the ayurvedic keywords for spring. Spring skin care, in keeping with this overall theme, focuses on deep – cleansing, exfoliation …

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Sprain

Sprain — Wear and tear of the ligaments is a common phenomenon, especially when a person indulges in regular physical activity. A sprain can be described as an injury in which the tissues around the injured joint get torn. These tissues, better known as ligaments, are extremely soft in nature. They connect two or more bones together to form a …

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Splenomegaly (Ayurvedic Name – Pleehodar)

Splenomegaly (Ayurvedic Name – Pleehodar) — Splenomegaly is the state in which spleen is enlarged. Enlargement of spleen is generally caused by involvement of lympho-proliferative disease, by the resumption of extramedullary haemopoiesis in myeloproliferative disease or by enhanced reticuloendothelial activity in autoimmune haemolysis. In Ayurveda enlargement of spleen is known as “pleehodar”. Pleehodar is also caused by combination of impure …

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Sore Throat

Sore Throat — Sore throat is an inflammation or swelling in the pharynx i.e. at the back of the throat. Often caused by a viral infection, sore throat is the result of cold, cough or flu. Other causes of sore throat include tonsillitis, mumps, sinusitis, measles, diphtheria, leukemia, excessive smoking, talking loudly and shouting. Some of the most common symptoms …

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Snoring

Snoring — Snoring is the sound produced, while sleeping, due to the vibration in the respiratory structures. In this situation, the air movement gets obstructed while breathing, resulting in the sound. The throat or pharynx is a muscular tube that relaxes and decreases in size when a person is sleeping. For some people, this narrowing is enough to cause vibration …

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