Ayurveda has long been a source of holistic wellness, with Asthisamhari (Cissus quadrangularis) being one of its lesser-known but powerful herbs for bone and joint health. We will tell you the uses, benefits and contradictions surrounding our herb of the month!
Ladies and Gentlemen! We have unlocked the ancient secret to re-energize and refresh during summer. It lies in the delightful taste and goodness of none other than Licorice. This unique herb has a sweet, zesty flavor cherished as a natural revitalizer for centuries. Did you know licorice has numerous health and beauty benefits too?
Beauty and wellness go hand in hand; the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda has much to offer to help you with excellent skin health while keeping your overall health in check.
Considering the Doshas that govern our bodies, we can balance elements and manifest clearer and healthy skin.
Ayurveda offers a natural and holistic approach that focuses on balancing the mind, body, and spirit. Ayurvedic skincare practices use natural ingredients and time-tested techniques to nourish the skin, boost its natural glow, and promote overall health and well-being.
The 7 mothers hold great significance in Hinduism and the Vedas as they represent the different aspects of motherhood and the interconnectedness of all living beings. Each mother plays a unique role in the child's physical, emotional, and spiritual development and is considered a source of love, support, and guidance.