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  • June 22, 2017
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Home Remedies for Glowing Skin Who doesn't want to have glowing and flawless skin? But, in this day and age, where our environment is polluted and almost everything we consume is adulterated, our skins lose their natural glow. The expensive, chemical-based treatments in beauty salons result in a temporary glow…

5 myths about Yoga
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Don’t Let These 5 Myths About Yoga Fool You The word yoga makes people think of one of the following - a sage type person sitting cross legged with his eyes... READ MORE

Ustrasana or Camel pose
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Flax seed uses ?

Poonam Dhawan Kandhari . 3 weeks ago

Could you please let me know how to use flax seed and it’s uses?

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  • Profile photo of Gargee Goswami Gargee Goswami - 3 weeks ago

    Flax Seeds Benefits – It lowers bad cholesterol levels; hence it is good for the heart It aids in digestion and prevents constipation It helps in regulating blood pressure It promotes healthy hair and skin It facilitates weight loss It is rich in antioxidants and thus, helps remove toxins from the body How to use? It is better to grind the seeds as whole flax seeds might pass through your intestine undigested. You can add it to your regular salad, curry, dal, etc. Alternatively, you can add 1-3 tablespoons of ground flaxseed to your morning smoothie, in the batter for making rotis, cookies, cakes, breads, muffins, pancakes, etc.

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Ashwagandha for diabetic

Ashoo Gupt . 1 month ago

Can I use ashwagandha? I am a diabetic.

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  • Profile photo of Herbo Natural Herbo Natural - 1 month ago

    Studies on animals with type-2 diabetes found that hyperglycemia could be reduced and insulin sensitivity improved when taking ashwagandha. Other research indicates that the herb can also cholesterol-lowering benefits as well. it s better to take shilajit .

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What are the real benefits of Ashwagandha?

Akhtar Jalaludheen . 3 months ago

I have been asked to have Ashwagandha as a natural anti-inflammatory herb. However, different products in the market promise different benefits – alleviating general weakness and fatigue, boosting natural testosterone production, treating diabetes, tuberculosis, liver disease, arthritis etc.
How much of this can believed? What are the real, proven benefits of Ashwagandha?

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  • Profile photo of Rahul Siwal Rahul Siwal - 3 months ago

    Regular consumption of Ashwagandha can result in various health benefits. like Anti-Carcinogenic , Anti-Inflammatory , Anti-Depressant, Fights Diabetes, Stimulates the Thyroid Gland, Relieves Stress, Increased Blood Production, Reduces Ocular Diseases

  • Profile photo of Gargee Goswami Gargee Goswami - 8 months ago

    Ashwagandha has been used in Ayurveda since ages for preparing various medicines for treating different ailments. Recently, scientists across the globe has researched on this magical herb and found that it has Anti-Inflammatory, Antibacterial, Cardio-Protective, and Anti-Depressant. Studies have also shown that it helps in fighting diabetes and other ailments.

  • Profile photo of -15 Anjali - 8 months ago

    Ashwagandha is a magical herb that finds its mention in the Ayurveda. Recently, scientists have proved that this herb is highly beneficial in treating alzheimer’s disease along with other ailments.

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Eating greens like wheat grass is supposed to have multiple health benefits but not sure. Can someone please share tips and their experiences?

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  • Profile photo of Rohit Rohit - 9 months ago

    With some more research, found that there are multiple options to eating greens like barley grass, moringa powder, spirulina powder etc. Another thing I discovered was that after I have consumed the juice and i put glass under the tap, lot of bubbles get formed. Not sure why but some explanation would help.

  • Profile photo of vibhu4 jindal4 Vibhu - 10 months ago

    A small helping of Wheatgrass juice,alone OR mixed with either of Dudhi/Lauki(bottle gourd) and Karela(bitter gourd) OR mix of all three, is supposed to help a lot. You can find it easily being sold by vendors in various parks known and frequented by morning walkers and joggers.

  • Profile photo of Rahul Rahul - 10 months ago

    Try Beets. It basically lower your blood pressure, boost your stamina, fight inflammation, anti-cancer properties, rich in valuable nutrients and fiber and detoxification support. And, most importantly eat your beet greens too as it help ward off osteoporosis by boosting bone strength, fight against Alzheimer’s disease and strengthen your immune system by stimulating the production of antibodies and white blood cells.

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