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This one is specially for all mothers since I always hear them complain about how their little ones while playing have cut themselves or bruised themselves. Trust me, the remedy is right there in your kitchen and it’s so simple that you will not even believe it! (more…)

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Today we are racing ahead of time, are under constant stress of achieving more and bigger things. The aspiration to acquire things never ends and it seems like one endless battle for more and more and more! We have forgotten what our scriptures have thought us! If our ancestors were alive today what advice would they give us to recover from our constant battle with disease and stress? (more…)

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So it is that time of the year when someone or the other we may know is suffering from cold. If that is you or your family member, I highly recommend you try the following:

– Avoid being out in the cold, eating cold foods and bundle yourself if you do step out.

-Drink Ginger Tea

-Cut down spices from your food

– Drink ginger cinnamon tea 2-3 times/ day. Follow the steps below to make this tea: (more…)

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This dosha usually gets aggravated in the summer time and hence Pitta persons should focus on a diet that cools, is sightly heavy and a little dry. Foods that are sweet, bitter and astringent are better suited for them and they should avoid sour, salty and pungent tasting foods (for example too much yogurt and sour juices). (more…)

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Since Vata predominant people are usually talkative and have sporadic bursts of energy, they should mainly focus on a diet that calms, strengthen, grounds and nourishes. Vata usually goes in an imbalance or is aggravated in fall and early winter, hence foods that are warm,sour and salty are recommended. (more…)

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Have you ever paid attention to your breath? Probably not, right? Have you noticed what happens to your breathing pattern when you get excited, angry, agitated or anxious? Your breath becomes irregular and broken, the opposite of slow, smooth flow of the breath when you are calm, composed and relaxed. (more…)

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