Posted in Health on 06/05/2014 12:55 am by admin
Improve health of your respiratory system to provide oxygen to every organ of your body with herbs and plants such as licorice root, coltsfoot, osha root etc.
We are living in the city environment that is becoming more and more polluted day by day. This polluted air cause different kind of disease in human respiratory system to weaken its working strength. This air pollution leads to various respiratory disorders including asthma, bronchitis, and lung cancer. Many antibiotics medicines are present in the market that helps to reduce damage to your respiratory system and specially lungs.
But as everyone knows that antibiotic drug also has many side effects that cause another problem in your body while healing one health issue. One alternative and very effective way to reduce bad effect of air pollution on our respiratory system is to use natural herbs. Herbs may work on long and continue consumption but it cures any health issue from its root and without any side effects. Many Ayurvedic medical stores have lung health boosting Herbal supplements in their stores that will reduce your time to find out various herbs in consumable form. So, daily consume various herbs and plants listed below to support boosting process of your lung’s health. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Beauty on 03/14/2014 06:38 am by admin
Get healthy and beautiful skin with golden herb – Saffron! Its anti-bacterial quality is ideal for curing acne, its exfoliating quality works great in purifying & lightening the skin tone… means your complete beauty kit. Check out Saffron benefits for beauty here.
From olden days to modern times, saffron is well-known for beauty benefits. In ancient times, women used Saffron for beautiful skin, wherein they applied a paste made from saffron on the face and exposed parts of the body alike foundation makeup. Its paste is believed to be great in imparting smoothness to a woman’s skin also it gives their skin a golden tint. It also used in queen’s bath-tub to soak in its beauty benefits. And today, it is used as one of the key ingredients for making most fairness creams because it is great in promoting fairness of complexion and removing skin blemishes. Besides beauty wonders, it also provides healthy skin by curing acne with its amazing anti-bacterial properties and removing the dust and impurities. It has multiple benefits to solve beauty woes. The only problem is its high cost, but on the strong side, you just require a pinch of Saffron to reap in its benefits. Also you can say that saffron has ample of qualities that justify its value. So don’t waste your money in purchasing artificial cosmetic products…Get natural beauty and glowing skin by using saffron with its perfect measure and perfect applying knowledge, given below.
Saffron is a golden color spice and bitter in taste like honey. It is a versatile herb with Cooking, Medical, Commercial in addition to Cosmetic benefits. For cooking, it is used for its pleasant aroma also to provide its yellowish color. It is the most costliest spice in the world. You can easily buy it from the special spice markets.
The best quality saffron is available in Iran and Spain. Iranian Saffron is deeper red in color but difficult to obtain because of ban on export by the Iranian Government. Spanish saffron is easily available also categorized in grades like Coupe, Superior, La Mancha and Rio. It is good to purchase dried, whole stigma rather than powdered saffron because it may be mixed oftentimes. Fresh saffron features in bright orange-yellow hue and every thread-like stigma measuring 2 to 4 cm in length. keep away from inferior quality product that features grey color streaks or light spots on the stigma. Also, there are some fake products being dyed to copy saffron. To find out pure saffron, dip a bit of the product in warm water or milk. Now if the liquid colors instantly, then the saffron is fake because pure saffron must soak in warm water or milk for minimum 10 to 15 minutes before its deep red-gold color also the saffron aroma begin to develop. Opt for a well-sealed container with date of package and expiry from the reliable selling company. Store in cool dark place away from the light because light rays oxidizes the pigments in saffron and offsets its flavor. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Health on 05/01/2012 11:07 pm by admin
All of us are leading a fast and busy life. With this lifestyle, the stress factor comes as a supplement. Even small kids are falling prey to stress. Stress is some sort of negative and unpleasant feeling. Numerous factors which contribute in increasing the stress levels like lack of fitness, sleep, rest, and some external factors like your job, relationships, home environment, etc. This stress badly affects our health and lives. Many people suffer stress to such an extent that they are forced to take medication. However, many people are unaware of the fact that one can get rid of stress through natural ways instead of gulping those pills. And the best way is to consume natural herbs.
Natural herbs are safe and effective natural medicine with no side effects. Herbs contain certain active ingredients that relax mind and body. They are also capable to boost up your immune system, your adrenal functioning, and your nervous system thus improving your body’s response to stress. Moreover, natural herbs are readily available in the market and they are inexpensive too. Hence, include the natural herbs given below in your diet to overcome the stress and enjoy the life to the fullest.
1, Rhodiola Rosea
Rhodiola Rosea is also known as a goldenroot. It is a native plant of arctic Siberia. It is a small green plant with a golden blossom. All of the beneficial properties lie in its root. Rhodiola rosea root contains some precious compounds like rosavin, rosin, and rosarin that can make a significant contribution to anti stress properties. This golden root arouses neurotransmitters and improves their effect on the brain. It enhances the brain’s skill to process serotonin, which is a neurotransmitter that helps your body to adjust to stress. When your body gets adapted to stress, you will develop more and more tolerance against stress. Rhodiola Rosea also improves your mental clarity, energy level, and mood. Rhodiola Rosea is even considered as an excellent medicine for depression, gastrointestinal ailments, infections, anemia, impotence, infections and nervous system disorders. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Health on 01/18/2012 12:06 am by admin
What is ‘Smudging’??? – A powerful cleansing technique of an ancient Native American tradition. Smudging is a ritual way to invoke positivity and dispel negative influences or energies. This is an ancient Native American practice to cleanse a person or place by burning of herbs. It produces a feel of harmony in the area by making it free of negativity. The hypothesis behind smudging is that the smoke connects itself with negative influence and as it clears it takes the negative influence with it to discharge it into another place to be revived to positive energy. It is a very effective technique when you have been feeling unwell, resentful, angry, depressed, or after you have had a squabble with somebody. As well, it is nice to smudge yourself, the place and all the participants or guests prior to a ceremony or celebration or ritual. Moreover, smudging is even useful for cleansing the spaces of home, work area, car, gemstones, crystals, altars, sacred books, or any other spiritual item.
There are lot of ways of smudging and a range of different smudging herbs have been utilized for this purpose. Smudging herbs are mainly used in the forms of “smudge stick” which are made by tying the herbs into a bundle. In traditional cultures, the smudging herbs are regarded as sacred and the smudge stick is treated with high esteem. Different traditions and tribes utilize different herbs for smudging. Every herb utilized in smudging has its function and the burning of each herb results in a specific change in the surroundings. Many people consider that burning of 2 or more herbs concurrently is a potent way to unite the energy of the different herbs in the ritual, ceremony or celebrations. Some commonly used smudging herbs include sage, frankincense resin, sweet grass, myrrh resin, lavender, pinion pine, copal gold resin, cedar and juniper. Let’s take a look at the individual uses of each most commonly used smudging herb. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Health on 10/28/2011 03:29 am by admin
These days, people are more interested in herbal remedies to cure diseases and infections. Herbal remedies do not have any side effects like medicines. Tulsi is the most popular herbs which can treat a variety of conditions. In Hindu religion, it is said that a home which has Tulsi plant in courtyard is always holy and pure. Even a small Tulsi plant has a magical power to cure many serious health problems. Different types of problems can be cured by combining tulsi with other things. Tulsi herb helps you to cure the problem naturally. You can try any of the following beneficial treatments to cure different types of problems.
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Posted in Health on 03/24/2011 06:49 am by admin
Bones are very important part of body as it supports every move of the body. Bones consistently go through the process of breaking down and rebuilding. So, to maintain strength bones, a constant supply of nutrients is required. The building ability of the bone decreases as we age therefore the risk of osteoporosis or debilitating fractures and breaks increase. It is essential to take good diet to make the bones stronger. Refer the article to know the foods that make the bones strong.
There are total 206 bones in the human body which are categorized into 5 types such as long bones, short bones and flat bones, irregular bones and sesamoid bones. Bones have 11 main functions in the body. Bones are strong and hard as well as have a multifaceted internal and external structure. Among all bones in the body, femur is the biggest bone. Diet must contain lots of calcium, magnesium, protein and vitamins B, D, and K. Along with diet, perform exercise daily and decrease caffeine consumption as well as high-protein animal foods to make the bones strong. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Health on 02/11/2011 04:46 am by admin
Stomach ulcers are very painful and very common problem which can affect any body including children. Person who experience acidity or have some stomach infection, stomach ulcers are very common in them. They suffer from severe abdominal pain particularly around the inner part of the stomach. Compared to women, men have two times more risk of Stomach ulcers. There are many medicines available for stomach ulcers but the best way to treat is natural home remedies. There are many home remedies for stomach ulcers so read on the article to know them.
Stomach Ulcer is also known as peptic ulcer or peptic ulcer disease (PUD). Stomach ulcer is open sore which build up on the inside lining of the stomach (gastric ulcers), esophagus (esophageal ulcers) and the upper part of the small intestine (duodenal ulcers). All three types of ulcers are denoted as stomach ulcers and they are extremely painful. 70% to 90% of stomach ulcers are connected with Helicobacter pylori. Helicobacter pylori are bacterium which exists in the acidic surroundings of the stomach. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Health on 02/01/2011 12:55 am by admin
Shankhpushpi is a twining perennial herb considered as the most wonderful gift of nature to the mankind. In Ayurveda (an ancient system of Indian medicine), it is mentioned as a rasayana which is commonly used as brain stimulator and memory enhancer. The herb has appearance like morning glory with blue flowers situated at alternate positions with flowers or branches. In India, it is commonly found in the state of Bihar. This herb’s all parts are used medicinally and have beneficial effect on the body. It is considered to be the only herb which has the ability to enhance all the aspects connected to brain power, for example memory, learning, and the ability to recall.
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Posted in Health on 01/27/2011 04:29 am by admin
In ancient time people used to cure their disease with the help of various herbs and some natural therapies that always proved effective. One of the most important formulas among these therapies is Chyawanprash. It is an ayurvedic herbal tonic with multiple health merits. It has been used widely in India and all around the world today as an immunity enhancer, rejuvenative and appetizer.
Chyawanprash is a complex ‘Rasayana’ derived from 2500 years old ayurvedic formula. First documented formula for chyawanprash was found in the ‘Charak Samhita,’ an Ayurvedic dissertation written by the sage Charak in the 4th century BC. As per Charak Samhita, administration of rasayana provides endurance of life, memory, health, youthfulness, vigor, brightness, improved voice, and body stamina.
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Posted in Health on 10/01/2010 02:11 am by admin
Dong quai is a common name for the herbal drug Angelica sinensis and is a part of traditional Asian healing systems. The plant grows at high altitudes in the mountains of the cold and damp regions of China, Japan and Korea. ‘Dong quai’ is a Chinese word which means ‘return to order’. Roots of dong quai have been used for more than a thousand years as a spice, tonic, and medicine. It is believed that this Chinese medicine best suits to individuals with yin or low energy profile due to its mildly warming effects.
Dong quai herb is also a commonly used menopause herb like other menopause herbs such as black cohosh herb but it must be used with extreme cautions. Primary use of the dong quai herb is to treat conditions involving women’s reproductive systems. Dong quai roots decrease pain and stimulate and relax muscles of the uterus as it contain compounds that dilate blood vessels. Dong quai is available in tablet, liquid extract, and raw root forms. Dong quai is often boiled or soaked in wine in Chinese medicine. The liquid is taken orally after the removal of root. Read the rest of this entry »