Learn all about Chyawanprash, an ancient Ayurvedic herbal remedy. A well-tested formula for promoting health, wellness, youthfulness and longevity.
Some effective home remedies for infant colic and gripping stomach pain. How warm water and asafoetida helps cure infant stomach pain, flatulence and gas. How mustard oil massage benefits to baby
Oil pulling is an ancient Indian Ayurvedic technique that helps treat many health conditions. Read on to learn more...
When my baby continued to have reoccurring colds, I relied on Ayurvedic medicine and personal experience to restrict fruits and vegetables that are known to enhance cooling in the body.
Panikoorka, an antipyretic, is popularly used in South Indian states to alleviate coughs and colds in children. The herb is also used to treat a variety of health problems in both children and adults.
Gulkand is a ancient Indian preparation that has been used in Paan - the traditional Indian digestive and mouth freshener. It also has many other health benefits.
You may be wondering, what is arrowroot? Let's talk about the many health benefits and therapeutic uses of arrowroot powder and how to incorporate it into a delicious porridge at home.
The neem tree, also called the Wonder Tree, has extraordinary medicinal qualities. Don't ignore the benefits of nature—learn how to use neem to help your stomach, skin, and hair!
Explore some useful home remedies for the common cold in infants, toddlers, and children. I blend my personal experience and traditional Ayurvedic medicine for best results.
Triphala churna is considered to be a solution for all diseases. Find out more about what it contains, its health benefits, and how you can use it.
Amaltas or cassia fistula is an Indian medicinal tree that is used in Ayurvedic medicine. Learn about the amaltas tree and its many health benefits...
The objective of pranayama, or breathing exercises, is to teach the ability to properly inhale, exhale, and retain your breath. There are different branches of pranayama dedicated specifically for inhalation, exhalation, and breathing retention.