How to solve Inflammation after eating food?
This blog discusses the concept of Pitta Dosha in Ayurvedic medicine. Pitta is a physical energy that controls digestion, metabolism, and modification in the body. When it is in excess, it leads to symptoms such as heat increase in the body, inflammation, and stomach issues. The causes of excess Pitta include an improper diet, exposure to toxins, and stress. To reduce Pitta, the blog recommends dietary changes such as incorporating foods that are bitter, astringent, and sweet, and avoiding heavy foods. Herbs such as Amla and Amritaya Smoothlax Capsules are also recommended as home remedies to lower Pitta instantly.
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Ayurveda For Stamina: 5 Essential Herbs To Boost Energy
This blog post discusses how to maintain stamina through Ayurvedic therapy. The author suggests five plants that can be used as remedies for fatigue issues: Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Shilajit, Tulsi, and Shatavari. Ashwagandha is said to improve brain function, athletic performance, and cellular energy generation. Brahmi is used to treat neurological diseases and improve mental acuity and focus. Shilajit is said to improve sexual vigor and address issues of diminished stamina caused by hormonal imbalances. Tulsi is said to improve physical and mental health, and boost the immune system. Shatavari is known as "queen of herbs" and is used to boost the immune system and improve the female reproductive system.
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Diet and digestive health: What foods and how much of them do Ayurveda advise you to consume
This blog is about Ayurveda, a holistic medical system that emphasizes body-mind harmony. It explains how the five elements of the cosmos (Vayu, Jala, Akash, Teja, and Prithvi) form three distinct doshas (Pitta, Vata, and Kapha) in the body, each with a specific physiological function. The blog also includes information about the Ayurvedic diet, which is a form of eating regimen based on one's dosha or body type. Examples of recommended foods for each dosha are provided, such as protein, dairy, fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains, seeds and nuts, and spices and herbs.
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