All About Ayurveda

Medicinal Herb – Bibhitaki

Bibhitaki, also known as Baheda in Hindi, is derived from the Sanskrit term Vibheetaki, which means lack of fear. Bibhitaki is known as the fruit that makes one “Fearless” from all diseases. It is grown on large deciduous trees and has flowers which are greenish yellow with a pungent and unpleasant odour. The Ayurvedic properties of Bibhitaki are Kashaya (astringent), Rukshas and laghu (dry and light), Madhura (sweetness) and ushna (heat). These properties make Bibhitaki ideal for p...

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Medicinal Herb – Amalaki

Ayurveda is one of the oldest forms of medicine that is prevalent in India. It is entirely based on the power of nature and the natural herbs it provides to mankind. As we already know, the sages and “rishis” believed that Ayurveda and its herbs have the power to cure any disease. Today, we discuss the most important herbs of Ayurveda that help you stay healthy. Medicines prepared from herbs not only cure diseases from the root but also have absolutely no side effects. They possess ...

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Dosha Combinations & Tridoshic Hair

If the quiz on Hair types mentioned here gave you a combination of doshas as the answer, then you might be dealing with two or more aggravated doshas which might be causing all the trouble for your hair. We've explained about Vata, Pitta and Kapha hair already, now let's deal with the most troublesome categories of hair as per Ayurveda, which sees the best and the worst of more than one of the doshas. Vata-Pitta Hair This is probably the worst kind of hair to have, which leads to premat...

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