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  • Eat only when you are hungry (sometimes only a drink is required to satisfy a craving). • Eat breakfast to help prevent a mid-morning energy slump (especially Vata types). • Drink a glass of fresh, organic fruit/vegetable juice each day (esp; carrot, apple and spinach). • Don’t mix fruit and vegetables juices apart from carrot and apple. • Eat the largest meal at mid-day – this is when the digestive fire is at its strongest. • Take ‘Ginger Pickle’ (see recipe section) half an hour before each meal. • Sit down whilst eating and put your full attention...

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VARIOUS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES OF KAUNCH BEEJ ARE : Useful in all types of neurological disorders. It helps to increase the immunity and strength of an individual. It increases the production of faeces. The herb shows aphrodisiac nature. It provides proper nourishment to the body.     THERE ARE NUMEROUS HEALTH BENEFITS OF KAUNCH BEEJ SEEDS: These seeds are a natural source of levodopa. It supports the overall nervous system. These seeds maintain posture and physical balance. The seeds have the ability to reduce stress and anxiety. It helps to improve immunity, improves energy levels and endurance. These seeds support the intellect....

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I think C.S. Lewis may have been speaking directly to me when he said, “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” One of the teas that cross my mind reading that is the powerfully beneficial hibiscus tea.Hibiscus tea (sometimes referred to as “sour tea”) is one of those incredible, yummy teas that is high on the list of drinks to keep around the house, like matcha green tea and yerba mate. That’s because hibiscus tea benefits are so numerous — a large amount of antioxidants found in this beverage...

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Used for well over 2,000 years, Triphala is a staple of Ayurvedic medicine. In India, it’s considered the greatest and most versatile of all herbal formulations. What is Triphala or Triphala churna? It’s a traditional herbal formulation made from the dried powder of three different fruits. The name comes from combining the Sanskrit words “tri” meaning three, “phala” meaning fruit and “churcha,” which means powder. Triphala contains gallic acid, ellagic acid, and chebulinic acid, which are all strong antioxidants. It also has flavonoids and polyphenols, which have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antidiarrheal abilities. Triphala’s purported uses include the natural treatment of cancer, infections, gastrointestinal issues, inflammation,...

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Did you know that there are over a hundred herbs and spices that can be consumed or used topically for healing? These natural foods possess a number of beneficial properties and work to reduce inflammation, improve the health of your heart, boost your immune system, and even prevent and fight cancer. With so many natural remedies at your disposal, the need for prescription medications goes down considerably. In fact, in the field of herbal medicine, naturally occurring, plant-derived substances are used to treat illnesses within local or regional healing practices. Well-known systems of herbal medicine like Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic Medicine believe in...

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