×

REGISTER NOW

loading

We are What We Eat – The Three Types of Food – Sattvic, Rajasic, Tamasic

According to Ayurveda, in order to experience swasthya or best health, the human body needs to have the right mental, physical and emotional balance. Ayurveda states that dashavidha pariksa or proper functioning of ten factors including genetic constitution (prakriti), age (vaya), geographical location (desa), body…

Understanding Diabetes from Ayurveda Point of View

Diabetes is a common lifestyle condition, and around 537 million adults worldwide are living with this condition as of 2021. While modern medicine states there are two types of diabetes– Type I (diabetes insipidus) and Type II (diabetes mellitus), the ancient medicine system of Ayurveda…

Food as Medicine – Ahara Vidhi Vidhaan in Ayurveda

Ayurveda, India’s timeless medical treasure, is based on the concept of promoting a holistic life through a healthy ayurvedic diet and lifestyle. A lot of diseases in modern times (diabetes is a prime example) are the result of unhealthy dietary choices and undisciplined lifestyle habits.…

What Is The Best Treatment For Hypertension In Diabetic Patients?

In our busy lives, we are worried about a lot of things. But our health? Not so much. This carelessness or negligence has put a lot of people on the verge of health conditions like diabetes, hypertension, and even hypertension caused by diabetes. Yes, you…

All About Ayurvedic Approach To Prameha Or Urinary Disorders

According to Ayurveda Prameha is derived from the Sanskrit root word ‘mih skharane’ that means to water. The prefix Pra refers to excess and Meha literally means increased passing of urine. So Prameha can be translated as excess urine both in frequency and quantity. Prameha…

Prameha, Prameha Purvarupa and Its Connection With Madhumeha or Diabetes Mellitus

With over 77 million diabetics, expected to grow to 98 million by 2030, diabetes is one of the most worrying & serious public health issues in India. Diabetes mellitus is a condition where there is insulin resistance as the body is unable to use the…

Grishma Ritucharya – Ayurvedic Regimen in Summer

Ayurveda has always stressed the importance of following a Ritucharya (seasonal regimen) based on the particular ritu or season. Ayurvedic texts mention that each season has a specific impact on our body and thus the diet and lifestyle have to be commensurate to that season…

Worldwide Contribution Of Ayurveda In Health Care And Wellness – World Health Day

If there is one thing in our lives that is priceless and needs to be nurtured with utmost respect and care, it is our health. Good health – of mind, body and soul - is the fulcrum around which our lives revolve as it results…

Celebrate the National Nutrition Month 2022 – A World of Flavors in Ayurveda

March is celebrated as the national nutrition month by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to encourage people to make informed food choices, embrace healthy eating habits and make a conscious effort to develop a regular exercise schedule. The national nutrition month 2022 is celebrating…

How to Cure Diabetes Naturally Without Medication – Lifestyle Changes

Ayurveda states that each person is born with a unique Prakruti that is governed by the interplay of three doshas in the body – Vata (dry and airy), Pitta (hot) and Kapha (cold, heavy and oily). Any imbalances in the doshas causes diseases and health…

What are The 10 Early Signs of Diabetes?

Diabetes is a metabolic condition which occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body is unable to effectively use the insulin it produces. This leads to an increased concentration of glucose in the blood known as hyperglycemia. One of the…

Effective Ayurvedic Tips for Weight Loss

Working from home, lack of regular exercise, irregular and unhealthy eating habits, most of us have borne the consequences of these lazy excesses with that weighing scales taunting back increased numbers! Apart from (unnecessary) vanity, weight gain can be harmful to health… obesity, heart troubles,…

Role of Ayurveda in Diabetes Treatment

Compared to modern medicine, Ayurveda has a holistic approach towards health and believes that a harmonious balance between mind, body and soul is essential for all round well-being. Diabetes is a chronic metabolic condition categorized into Type I diabetes where insulin production is hampered (when…

Kapha Dosha – The Kapha Type and Their Characteristics

Ayurveda teaches that each one of us has a distinct Prakruti which is determined at birth and is the result of the interaction between the tridoshas or energies, Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These doshas arise from the combination of the Panchamahabhutas or the five basic…

Vata Dosha – The Vata Type and their Characteristics

Ayurveda believes that all of us are born with a specific Prakruti which is an outcome of the interchange between the tridoshas that are present in each of us. A certain proportion between Vata, Pitta and Kapha regulate our overall well being, be it physical,…

Pitta Dosha – The Pitta type and their characteristics

Ayurveda states that our Prakruti is governed by tridoshas or energies – namely Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These tridoshas, which are the foundation of all life, are present in each cell and are responsible for all our bodily processes. What is Pitta dosha? Pitta comes…

Healthy Diet Plan and Lifestyle Changes with Ayurveda

Ayurveda believes that a healthy diet plan, based on ritus or seasonal changes, is the key to balancing the tridoshas (vata, pitta and kapha) or energies and subsequently to good health. Ayurvedic diet An Ayurvedic diet (practiced since thousands of years) will consider the specific…

The role of Ayurveda in health and well-being

The word Ayurveda is derived from a combination of two Sanskrit words - ‘Ayu’ (Life) and ‘Veda’ (Knowledge). Ayurveda teaches that balance between body, mind and spirit, flexibility in diet & lifestyle and adaptation to changing seasons is the key to continued wellness and good…

What Is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda, Indian medical wisdom practiced since millennia, is a blend of two Sanskrit words Ayu (life) + Veda (knowledge) and is rightly termed as ‘Science of Life’ as its fundamental belief is total wellness, a harmonious balance between mind, body and soul. Origin Progressively compiled…

Ayurvedic Beauty Tips – The Natural and Healthy Approach to Body Care

Beauty may lie in the eyes of the beholder but being beautiful is so much more than just having a pretty face. Ayurveda defines true beauty as a state when the mind, body, and soul are in harmony and takes a holistic approach of “Roopam,…

Latest Blogs

We are What We Eat – The…

According to Ayurveda, in order to experience swasthya or best health, the human body needs to have the right mental, physical and emotional balance. Ayurveda states that dashavidha pariksa or proper functioning of ten factors including genetic constitution (prakriti), age (vaya), geographical location (desa), body…

Understanding Diabetes from Ayurveda Point of View

Diabetes is a common lifestyle condition, and around 537 million adults worldwide are living with this condition as of 2021. While modern medicine states there are two types of diabetes– Type I (diabetes insipidus) and Type II (diabetes mellitus), the ancient medicine system of Ayurveda…

Food as Medicine – Ahara Vidhi Vidhaan…

Ayurveda, India’s timeless medical treasure, is based on the concept of promoting a holistic life through a healthy ayurvedic diet and lifestyle. A lot of diseases in modern times (diabetes is a prime example) are the result of unhealthy dietary choices and undisciplined lifestyle habits.…