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| Mar 26 |

Four Easy Means to Detoxify with Ayurveda

Ayurveda is one of the oldest healing sciences in the world. Above all, it suggests safe and healthy detox methods for healing. Unlike other quick cleanses or fasts, this adopts a holistic method of wellness. In other words, it benefits both your mind and psyche. There are various methods you can use to cleanse each […]

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| Mar 06 |

My Yoga Journey: Reflections by Miss Shabana Safdari

“When a crisis hits, you have to dig deep. Yoga helps people tap into the reserves of inner strength to find new hope, resilience, and happiness…” Miss Shabana Safdari hails from Bangalore. She carries five years of experience and a postgraduate diploma in yoga therapy. Further, she is a therapist with knowledge of various ailments […]

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| Feb 14 |

Why You Should Do Yoga: Megha’s Thoughts

People often see yoga as a passing fad or trend. Likewise, many pick it up for a month or couple of weeks just to try it out. However, you can only reap the benefits of yoga with patience and discipline. Over time, your body will grow flexible, strong, and alert. Here at Mekosha, we were […]

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| Feb 13 |

Dr. Anusha on Tackling Obesity

There are a number of questions which surround obesity. For instance, is it simply a cosmetic issue? And by extension, does it actually matter? Here at Mekosha, we are lucky to connect with a number of experts who can provide an insight into the topic. In this case, for instance, Mrs. Anusha Ramanna tells us […]

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| Feb 08 |

Saigaurav’s Journey with Yoga

Yoga and Ayurveda bring to us a number of privileges. Believe it or not, the physical benefits are only a part of this. The other larger benefit is engaging with the wider community. This brings us valuable insights of the respect and rigour of these schools of thought. Here at Mekosha, we have the privilege […]

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| Dec 02 |

Understanding Srotamsi: The Body’s Transport System

Our bodies constantly transport nutrients, sensory information, and waste products. Hence, our bodies require channels or paths for their movement. Ayurveda names these as Srotamsi (river or stream) which exists in various forms. For instance, single cells, capillaries, and ducts transport bodily fluids and dissolved gases. In this manner, smaller srotas form larger ones such […]

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| Nov 13 |

Lose Weight with Triphala

Ayurveda houses an array of herbs you can use as natural medicines. For instance, Triphala is one of the most old and powerful poly-herbal medicines. It consists of three types of local Indian dry fruits, namely Amla, Haritaki and Bibhitaki. These herbs collectively strengthen your immune, digestive, and dental health. Above all, it clears toxins […]

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| Nov 07 |

Tackling Sinusitis: An Ayurvedic-Centric Health Approach

Ayurveda states that symptom treatment takes you only halfway to optimal health. You will need to additionally address the ‘root cause’ of a disease to achieve optimal health. This is especially the case with long term health ailments. For instance, sinusitis occurs due to the inflammation of paranasal sinuses. Thus, this blocks mucus production and […]

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| Nov 05 |

Ayurvedic Treatment of Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is the condition of bone thinness or brittleness. It is a result of low calcium, protein, or hereditary causes. Thus, the body does not form sufficient bone mass, or reabsorbs existing bones into the body. It is most common amongst elders. For instance, it affects half of 60-year old American males, and one-third of […]

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