immunity booster in ayurveda

| Apr 15 |

Understanding Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a water-soluble compound that is mostly present in fruits and vegetables. In fact, this is especially high in citrus fruits. It is especially antioxidant and immune-rich, and can boost skin health. Similarly, it can help collagen synthesis and connective tissues. It can especially aid the health of your bones, teeth, and smaller […]

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| Mar 30 |

The Antioxidant-Packed Power of Amlas

The Amla has been in use in Indian cooking for centuries. In fact, Ayurveda regards this as a ‘super fruit’ or gift from the gods. You’ll find that it has a marble shape with a tough skin coating, and is bitter on the inside. Interestingly, it is both bitter and sour. Above all, it is […]

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| Mar 30 |

All You Need to Know About Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass or wheat leaves are has more benefits than you can imagine. For instance, it can lower your cholesterol, blood sugar levels, and cancer cell count. Further, it can promote weight loss and reduce inflammation. This is because it houses an array of vitamins, such as A, C, and E. It also contains minerals such […]

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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 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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| Apr 06 |

Six Steps to Naturally Improve Your Immunity

Ayurveda has a deep connection with immunity. It labels the latter as beej-bhumi, meaning seed and land. This theory compares the human body to land and infections to seeds. Just as seeds grow or sprout when provided with fertile land, the toxins and lack of Ojas in our body provide an ideal breeding ground for […]

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