Dr. Muneesh

Dr. Maneesh S is an authority in the field of traditional style of Ayurvedic treatment. With over 10 years of expertise and a proven track record of classical style of treatment his work has immensely benefited several people all over India and the world. He mastered the Ayurvedic method of treatment from the renowned Pankajakasthuri Ayurveda Medical College, Trivandrum. His experience includes working with Somatheeram Resorts, Club Mahindra Resorts and as a Dubai Healthcare City licensed Consultant Physician. He has also traveled extensively across the length and breadth of the Indian subcontinent collecting medicinal plants to replenish his extensive organic infusions. He has treated patients with chronic and complicated diseases as well as delivered lectures on Ayurveda, partaken in discussions and seminars pertaining to the propagation of various treatment modalities cited in the Ayurveda texts. With his extensive knowledge on various subjects like Sanskrit, Vedas, Mythology, ancient Indian Culture and Classical arts etc., he is considered to be one of the best in the industry.

| Mar 28 |

Here’s How Valerian Can Help With Anxiety

The Valerian herb is native to Europe and South Asia. However, it grows in North America as well. This contains an array of compounds which can lower stress and anxiety. Further, people often combine this with other herbs (such as hops or lemon balm) which causes calmness or sleepiness. Thus, this can treat various health […]

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| Feb 04 |

The Little Known Benefits of Moringa

Moringa is a popular ingredient in in South Asian food. For instance, Indian recipes use these extensively as a spice through curries, cooked vegetables, and rice dishes. However, these leaves offer more than just a flavourful punch alone. This is because it packs vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, and C, all of which give […]

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| Feb 01 |

Here’s All You Need to Know About Liquorice

Liquorice is a flowering plant of the legume family. It is common to both Asia and Europe. You will find that it is native to Europe and Asia and has multiple uses in these regions. For instance, both regions use this flavour medicines, drinks, and sweets. In addition, it is of immense medical value. For […]

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| Jan 30 |

The Hidden Marvels of Lemon Peels

Who doesn’t enjoy a chilled glass of lemonade on a hot day? Likewise, have you smelt the fresh and awakening scent of a lemon while cutting it? Lemons are among the most popular and hydrating citrus fruits. They can treat colds, coughs, an upset stomach, scurvy, or even kidney stones. Further, they can reduce inflammation, […]

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| Jan 27 |

An Introduction to Tracaganth Gum or Gond

There are some Ayurvedic herbs you have been eating all your life. Alternatively, there are others which are not as popular. The Katira gond, for instance, is one such example. It also goes by the Latin name Tragacanth gum or gond in Ayurveda. While it may initially seem futile, don’t turn away – or there are […]

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| Jan 26 |

Six Amazing Benefits of Bitter Gourd

The bitter gourd or Karela isn’t a very popular ingredient. This is probably because it doesn’t taste good, looks strange, and isn’t readily available. However, it is one of the oldest natural healing foods in Ayurveda. Further, it is a staple to Indian recipes for its versatile nature. Above all, the bitter gourd is a […]

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| Jan 12 |

An Introduction to the Kapoor Kachari Herb

Our mother earth contains a range of valuable herbs. The Kapoor Kachri is one of them, and also goes by names of Hedychium Spicatum (latin) or Gandh Amalika (sanskrit). This contains antioxidant and purifying properties which soothe all systems. Most importantly, it helps with hair growth by stimulating growth, thickness, and leaving behind a pleasant fragrance. Overall, […]

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| Jan 07 |

Introducing Kapikacchu: Benefits and Dangers

The Kapikacchu plant also goes by the names Macuna Pruriens in Latin and Kaunch in sanskrit. Alternatively, people call this the velvet bean or cowhage in English. It contains a holistic composition – namely that of crude protein (11-23%) and crude fibre (35-40%). In this manner, it brings balance to the body’s endocrine, reproductive, and […]

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| Jan 05 |

Eight Marvels of the Jatamansi Herb

The Jata Mansi is a rare Ayurvedic herb. Also known as nardostachys jatamansi, it is a dwarf, hairy, and herbaceous endangered plant type. It contain multiple restorative compounds which cures nerve, heart, skin, and digestive ailments. Above all, it holds relaxing and calming attributes. Therefore, it is an ideal ingredient in herbal medicines. Most importantly, this […]

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