Bad Breath – Causes, Herbal Treatment and Home Remedies

Halitosis, commonly known as "Bad breath" or "Foul breath", is the continuous bad odour of breath originating from a variety of simple-to-serious reasons related to diet and health. The most common and simplest of these can be eating odorous things like onions and poor dental hygiene, whereas the serious ones can include severely aggravated diabetes... Continue Reading →

How and When Bitter can actually be Better for Health

Bitter is mostly shunned as the most undesirable and ‘toxic’ taste in food, but did you know that, the same bitter also happens to go hands in hands with some of the best medicinal properties in natural foods. So today we see how and when bitter can actually be better for health!   What Ayurveda […]

Top Ten Misconceptions about Ayurveda Busted

Ever since I started Ayurvedic practice, I repeatedly find that there are more misconceptions floating around about Ayurveda, than there are fanships. So here comes The Top Ten Ayurveda Myth-buster List ... Myth 1. All Ayurvedic drugs contain heavy metals like lead and arsenic. Ayurvedic drugs are classified in two types - Vanaspatij/Aushadhi (herbal) and... Continue Reading →

All about the Zika virus outbreak, Aedes Mosquito and How to Fight Them Herbally

Zika virus is the latest viral pandemic after Ebola, that has got Health authorities across the world sleepless at nights in less than a week. Currently centered mainly in Brazil and rest of Latin America, this infection is almost on its way to rapid spread across the world. Here's a roundup of all that you... Continue Reading →

Did you know #1: More than 60% of today’s modern drugs have herbal origin.

Want examples? Read on to see how many of these well-known drugs that you know of, are actually herbal in origin - Atropine The Anticholinergic used in a wide variety of ailments comes from Atropa belladonna plant. Theophylline This preferred Bronchodilator and diuretic drug is the active principle of Theobroma cacao, alongwith Theobromine, another lesser... Continue Reading →

Happy Doctors Day, the Indian way!

Today is 9 November 2015, Dhantrayodashi, the day of the incarnation of Lord Dhanvantari, the Hindu god of health and medicine. He is regarded as the bringer of Amrut, the nectar of immortality; and the physician to the gods. In India, he is worshipped widely as the blessing deity by all medical professionals, traditional and... Continue Reading →

The vegetarian diet plan for body-building

Bodybuilding has long been considered a meat-eaters only domain. But vegetarians need not lose heart. With a few tweaks and tricks in your diet, you too can go the extra mile with ease and earn those impressive muscles without compromising on your principles. Eager to know how? Read on. FIRSTLY, KNOW WHAT YOU ARE LAGGING... Continue Reading →

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