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SUMMER HEALTH CARE

SUMMER HEALTH CARE

2018-04-21

Summer careAyurveda is an ancient system of preventative health care, rejuvenation and longevity. Ayurveda is a way of life that creates harmony by teaching you to honor your individual nature, while consciously following the rhythms and cycles of the natural world. Depending on your constitution, summer may increase your internal sense of harmony, or it may aggravate one of your innate tendencies. For example, a hot-natured individual who prefers a cool climate may love the winter, but will

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VARICOSE VEIN

VARICOSE VEIN

2018-04-14

                                                   VARICOSE VEIN Varicose vein is a common health hazards among long standing people, older people and obese/ weight loading people. Vein is said to be varicose when its is dilated, tortuous and

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Neck Pain& Ayurveda

Neck Pain& Ayurveda

2018-04-07

                                     Ayurveda and Neck Pain A middle aged male patient, who is working as a driver in Dubai for 10yrs came to consult me in our clinic with pain around shoulder blade, right arm and fingers. while taking his detailed history ,he told me that1 yr back, he used to get  neck pain

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Female infertility- An ayurvedic approach

Female infertility- An ayurvedic approach

2018-03-26

FEMALE INFERTILITY – AN AYURVEDIC APPROACHInfertility has been a global concern since years, although some regions over the globe especially South Asia, Middle East or North Africa, Central or Eastern Europe show a higher prevalence rate than others. Likewise the cause of infertility also shows its diversity, when different regions are considered. If it is the advanced age of conception in Europeans; In African it relates to the high degree of infection. Generally the stress and strain of

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Health benefits of Gooseberry

Health benefits of Gooseberry

2018-02-28

Health benefits of Gooseberry Amla, also called Indian gooseberry, is a medicinal plant commonly used to manage iron deficiency in the human body. The botanical name for amla is Emblica officinalis . It is considered as the most important medicinal plant and valued in Indian culture and tradition. Not only the fruit, but various parts of the plant is also used to treat a wide range of diseases. Amla fruit is used as Indian food items such as snacks, pickles, and jams. It is also known as

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