Category: Health and Ayurveda

Top Ayurvedic Herbs for Stronger Hair 0

Top Ayurvedic Herbs for Stronger Hair

Maintaining healthy and stronger hair itself is a challenging task nowadays. Unnatural way of lifestyle is one of the reasons for weak hair. Stress and tension also play a big role in this. Firstly...

How to Get Healthy And Strong Hair Naturally 0

How to Get Healthy And Strong Hair Naturally

Hair loss is the common problem nowadays among men and women. Because of modern lifestyle with stress and tension, many have become prone to hair loss. There are many products in the market which...

Top 10 Ayurvedic Tips for glowing skin and face 0

Top 10 Ayurvedic Tips for glowing skin and face

There are many products available in the market which uses chemicals. These chemicals can cause skin problems in the long run. They also can cause premature ageing sometimes. There is no need to spend...

Surya namaskar – Sun Salutation 0

Surya namaskar – Sun Salutation

Surya or Sun is the giver of light and is responsible for giving life to living beings in Earth. According to Ayurveda scriptures, it is said, ‘Arogyam bhaaskaadicchet’, which means Sun is the giver...

Bhastrika Pranayama 1

Bhastrika Pranayama

How to perform Bhastrika Pranayam? Sit in a meditative posture. You can sit in sukhasana, padmasana or Vajrasana. Place your hands on the knees. You can use jnana mudra. Breathe in forcibly through both...

Anulom Vilom Pranayama 1

Anulom Vilom Pranayama

It is also called as alternate nostril breathing. Inhale air through the left nostril to the maximum possible and exhale through right nostril completely. Again the process has to be reversed. Now inhale through...

Pranayama: Techniques of Rhythmic Breathing 1

Pranayama: Techniques of Rhythmic Breathing

  Pranayama is a rhythmic breathing exercise. Pranayama consists of two related words; Prana and Ayama. Prana means Life force or cosmic energy and Ayama means to regulate or control. There is cosmic energy...

Fasting and its significance 1

Fasting and its significance

  Fasting in Sanskrit is called as upavaasa. Fasting means abstinence or reduction of certain food for a period of time. The Bhagavatgita says; eat appropriately with simple and sattwik food. Fasting is used...