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Don't Let Diwali Make You Short Of Breath. Here's How To Protect Your Family And Yourself

Diwali has become synonymous with pollution and despite the Supreme Court judgement banning sale of firecrackers in Delhi NCR, the air quality is still expected to deteriorate.

Look Your Glowing Best During Diwali 2017 With These Skincare Tips

Take a few spoons of homemade yoghurt, mix enough coffee powder in it to make the mixture brown, and apply on to your face.

Have Diabetes? These 10 Tips Will Help You Have A Rocking, But Healthy Diwali

Oils like olive oil, soya bean oil, rice brain oil, and canola oil are rich in MUFA and PUFA (good fats) and in omega fatty acids, and have low saturated fat (bad fat) content.

Rujuta Diwekar, Celebrity Nutritionist’s Diwali Manual Is All That You Need For A Healthy Diwali

The key is to enjoy Diwali and forget everything that people have told you about mithai, ghee, dry fruits, and laddoos. So if you\'ve been on the lookout for exotic, healthy Diwali recipes, then quit. This guide is all you need.

Through The Cracks: How To Fix Cracked Heels

Cracked heels are not just a cosmetic issue. If left untreated, they can go on to become painful. Home remedies such as use of neem, honey, banana pulp,etc can help in cure of cracked heels.

How to Avoid Tooth Decay

Tooth decay and gum disease are the most prevalent dental diseases amongst both children and adults. Learn the various techniques you can use in your daily life to avoid tooth decay.

Dr Prashanth Patil, A Leading Orthopaedist, Shares The Reasons That Are Putting You At Risk Of Arthritis

Arthritis is a painful condition and there is no denying that. Chronic joint pain can be unbearable to live with, then be it osteoarthritis or rheumatoid.

I’m Highly ‘Experienced’: Why Men Slut-Shame Sexually Experienced Women

Being sexually active and experienced is every woman’s right, just as much as it’s any man’s right. If a man is slut-shaming you for living your life, discovering yourself, and being open with what you want, just walk away.

Study Shows That Just 248 Grams Of Magnesium Every Day Is More Effective Than Most Antidepressants

Who thought the humble magnesium could have such powerful effects on our health and wellbeing? Never underestimate the power of good nutrition again!

The Best Ways To Whiten Teeth Naturally

Forget chemical teeth whiteners and toothpastes. Learn how to whiten your teeth with the help of strawberries, banana peels, baking soda,etc. With the help of these remedies, you can get white teeth naturally.

Amishi Naturals - Liv-Zyte

Amishi Naturals\' Liv-Zyte is a herbal product which cures liver problems like fatty liver, liver cirrhosis , anorexia, alcoholism, and hepatitis. Also cures hangovers. Dose: 1-2 capsules, twice a day.

Amishi Naturals - Shakti Ras

Amishi Naturals\' Shakti Ras is a product for diabetes, viral, anorexia, chikungunya, and dengue. Shakti Ras is your go-to immune system booster. It works with your body the way a natural or ayurvedic medicine for immunity will work. Dose: 30 ml, twice a day .

Amishi Naturals - Shilajit Ras

Amishi Naturals\' Shilajit Ras is a product that developed as a natural way to combat stress, ageing, and fatigue - effective for general debility, libido enhancer, strengthens immunity. Dose: 20-30 ml, 1-2 times a day.

Amishi Naturals - Arthogain Oil

Amishi Naturals - Arthogain Oil is a 100% herbal product for joint-related problems - rheumatism, arthritis, gout, spondylosis, and sprains. Herbal oils work quickly and efficiently to provide relief from joint pain. Dose: Apply oil, and lightly massage.

Amishi Naturals - Arthogain Tablet

Amishi Naturals Arthogain Tablet is a herbal product for joint care, stiffness in muscles, pain, and is also used for rheumatoid. Dose: One tablet, twice a day .

Amishi Naturals - Musli Ashwjit

Musli Ashwjit from Amishi Naturals is a completely herbal product composed of musli, ashwagandha, and shilajit, which helps to strengthen immunity and enhance libido. Dose: One capsule twice a day, with milk.

Amishi Naturals - Arogyashri

Arogyashri from Amishi Naturals is a herbal support for both immunity and fevers like dengue and chikungunya, and also provides immunity to the body to fight against infections. Dose: One capsule thrice a day, with glass of milk.

Amishi Naturals - Debcon 7X

Debcon 7X is an effective ayurvedic product composed of 9 herbs - jamun, karela, saptrangi, kanduri, neem etc. It is beneficial for diabetics, as it regulates the amount of sugar in the blood, and curbs its increase. Dose: 1-2 capsules, twice a day.

Amishi Naturals Follifit

Follifit is a natural ayurvedic capsule product which controls hair fall, thin hair, dandruff, split ends, alopecia, and premature hair greying. Follifit has no side effects on the body. It is 100% beneficial. Dose: 1 capsule, twice a day.

Amishi Naturals - Debcon 9X

Debcon 9X is a herbal juice for diabetics. It regulates the amount of sugar in the blood, & curbs its increase. It is fast-acting and lowers blood sugar levels instantly. The herbs which are blended are 100% natural. Dose: 20-30 ml twice a day with warm water

Amishi Naturals - Slimo

Slimo is designed to help balance and regulate excess fat in the body. It is highly beneficial in weight loss and aids in increasing metabolism rate. Slimo is a herbal healthcare drink with absolutely no side effects found till date.

Swaarnim Jains’ A2 Ghee 1 Litre

As the Ganges has poured down through the myths and plains of India for thousands of years, so has ghee flowed through all aspects of the Indian culture. In Ayurvedic wisdom, family homes, religions, and kitchens of India, ghee is sacred.

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The Vedas call ghee the ‘first and the most essential of all foods’ and ghee is a central element of the Vedic culture. Jains’ A2 Ghee is more yellow. It is made from A2 Milk of Certified A2 Indian Native Cows and remains in liquid form at body temperature.

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Fear Vs Intuition: Know The Difference! Sumiran Annamaria Kashyap
22 Apr 2017Array min read

Fear kills more dreams than failure ever will. There is a difference between your gut feeling and fear. Know the difference.

Why are fear and intuition often equated with each other? The reason lies in how we’ve conditioned our minds and memories about them. Remember the time you said you were, “Getting a bad feeling about your bags being lost in transit at the airport”? You feared losing them along the connections of your long-haul flight; because you knew it could happen to you, like it could to anyone else. But, this fear, based on probability, is not the same as the sensation from within, telling you that you’ve really lost them. 2 major features, described below, highlight what differentiates fear from intuition.

Fear is emotionally wired; intuition is based on experience

When you don't know what to expect in a sequence of events (whether or not you've experienced them before), some of your precautionary measures can get irrational. I'm still embarrassed at the precautions my brother took to ensure I wouldn't lose my bags, when travelling abroad for my studies alone. He bought me a pair of bright tangerine suitcases, and insisted on tying a fuchsia pink ribbon on each. “So you can spot them from a distance”, he defended himself.   Intuition is based on knowledge and experience, which your brain stores in its subconscious. When you encounter an ‘I've been here before’ situation, your subconscious guides your actions, based on the cues it registered from the previous instance. You end up preparing for it, maybe without realising, thus able to respond to circumstances better than others; for whom the circumstances are ‘unforeseen’, due to their lack of preparedness.  

Fear is more reactive than intuition

Fear fuels itself on adrenaline, which, in turn, affects the snap ‘fight-or-flight’ decision you make. You may take the plunge to fight what's scaring you, but it could be a bad decision; because fear will cloud your ability to think/act calmly after you've decided to ‘fight’. If you take ‘flight’, it won't solve the problem, only distance you from it. In fact, your next fear will be based on being unable to predict when that problem will catch up with you again.   Intuition, on the other hand, is persistent, but quietly so. That's exactly why you tend to ignore it in the first place. Ignoring intuition costs heavily, because its advice is a matter of fact, not a matter of ‘what if’. I have a diabetic friend, who takes the precaution of carrying something sweet with him very lightly. He never does; he feels it infantilises him. One evening, as I was closing my handbag before heading out to a party, I felt my own voice say, very unassumingly, “Put in a toffee”. Thinking of my friend, I did so. Later that night, when he was frantically asking around for something sweet, the only thing that calmed my goose pimples was the same voice saying, “Well done”.

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All About Them Herbs: 10 Most Popular Ayurvedic Supplements Explained Anjali Nayyar
06 Apr 2017Array min read

Ayurveda uses the gifts of nature, and makes them super supplements. Here’s what they can do for our health.

Allopathic medicines have become an unavoidable part of life of almost all of us – from babies to the aged. In fact, one notices almost an overdependence on allopathic medicines. This is not good news, as most medications come with side-effects. It is, therefore, wise to explore other options for health and healing. Look towards nature; it offers a wealth of herbs and spices for this purpose. The ancient science of ayurveda has always propagated the natural approach, and now that the world is coming back to its roots, we help you decode the 10 most popular ayurvedic supplements.

  1. Ashwagandha – This herb holds a prominent place in ayurveda. Also known as Indian ginseng, ashwagandha promotes the vitality of the body and the mind. If you are experiencing a low sex drive, or are suffering from mental sluggishness, ashwagandha can help. This herb also helps to reduce stress and induce sleep. It is recommended that you speak to an ayurvedic doctor before consuming ashwagandha leaves, as the plant has multiple properties that can affect both weight gain and weight loss. You should make sure you are consuming the right element of the plant for your specific needs.
  2. Brahmi – Brahmi is also known as the ‘brain tonic’. It helps to rejuvenate the brain cells, as well as the nervous system. If you have a hair growth problem, crush some brahmi leaves and apply it on your scalp for better hair.
  3. Peppercorn – Black pepper is one of the most favoured ingredients in kitchens all over the world. Apart from enhancing taste, it also adds to the nutrient content of the food.  Peppercorn is also good for your throat and your gut.
  4. Triphala – A combination of 3 herbs – amla, bibhitaki, and haritaki – triphala helps in detoxification and weight loss. You may add triphala to your medicine cabinet for added benefits.
  5. Cardamom – Cardamom (elaichi) is commonly found in the Indian kitchen. We often use cardamom to make tea, which benefits us by reducing the harmful effects of caffeine. By the way, a little cardamom a day keeps cholesterol away!
  6. Ajwain – Elderly people often insist on eating ajwain (carom seeds) after their food, and with good reason – ajwain is a digestion-aiding and nerve-stimulating herb. This spice is also known to heal painful joints.
  7. Cumin – I first got to know of the importance of cumin (jeera) when I had a baby. I was advised to eat cumin for proper lactation. That apart, cumin has antiviral properties too. It also helps in controlling asthma and bronchitis.
  8. Neem – Neem is a wonder herb! It is famous for its antibacterial and detoxifying properties. One can drink neem juice to purify the blood, and get rid of stomach worms. Neem is also used to cure diseases of the skin and gums.
  9. Turmeric – Turmeric (haldi) is an essential kitchen spice. Haldi is an ingredient in most Indian recipes, and has amazing benefits – it is good for our brain, and helps control inflammation. Turmeric is also known to inhibit the growth of cancerous cells.
  10. Tulsi – A gentle herb with great healing capabilities, tulsi (basil) is worshiped by Indians, and is grown in most Indian households. Tulsi concoctions have always been used to fight common colds and sore throats. This herb helps build immunity as well. One must remember that herbs and spices are ideally used in combinations for specific treatments. Always consult an ayurvedic doctor or expert for the same.
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Lavender Fan: Try Lavender Oil For These Amazing Benefits Lakshmi Devan
22 Apr 2017Array min read

Lavender oil is for those who would like their troubles to go away in a sniff!

Lavender oil is believed to have been in use for medicinal, religious, and other reasons for over 2,500 years! The Egyptians used it during mummification, and as perfume; while the Romans used it for bathing, cooking, and as scent. Lavender oil is said to be the most versatile of all essential oils, and just carrying a little vial in your bag is equivalent to prepping yourself to go to war. Why do I say that? Because whatever problem you have, lavender oil will fix you up! And hey, what bigger problem than going to war? Don’t believe me?

Check out all that lavender oil can do for you:

  • Bad for bugs – The smell that makes you go ‘hmm’, makes bugs go ‘eww’. Good for us, because it’s a great way to keep mosquitos, midges, and moths away. And if you do happen to get bitten, lavender oil will reduce that inflammation and pain for you.
  • Good for sleep – Rub 2-3 drops on your palms and inhale deeply, for the true lavender oil experience. You will find your mind becoming calm, and ready for sleep. You may also rub a few drops on your pillow.
  • Nervous system – Very helpful in the treatment of migraine, depression, anxiety, and emotional stress, because of the calming effect it has on your nerves.
  • Acne – Dermatologists and aroma therapists seem to swear by lavender oil when it comes to treating acne.
  • Pain relief – A quick and effective remedy for pains caused by sore muscles, rheumatism, sprains, and lumbago.
  • Urine flow – Stimulates urine production, helping to reduce hormonal imbalances, cystitis, or inflammation of the bladder.
  • Respiratory disorders – The oil can be used as vapour, or applied to the neck, throat, and chest for throat infections, flu, cough, cold, asthma, bronchitis, tonsillitis etc.
  • Hair welfare – A useful treatment against lice, dandruff, hair fall, and effective for overall great hair.
  • Blood circulation – Lavender oil is believed to lower blood pressure in hypertension cases, and stimulate blood circulation to promote heart, skin, and overall health.
  • Digestion – Lavender oil aids digestion, and promotes the secretion of digestive juices, thus alleviating indigestion, flatulence, diarrhoea etc.
  • Skin – Its antiseptic and antifungal properties make it a perfect companion for skin care. Lavender oil is also useful in the treatment of eczema, acne, wrinkles, cuts, burns etc.

An essential oil cannot possibly do anything more! However, it’s important to remember to avoid essential oils if you are pregnant, or at the very least, check with your doctor before using them.

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Strengthens and tightens gums. Stops bleeding, fights bad breath. Treats sensitive teeth, removes stains, and whitens teeth. Prevents plaque and tartar formation, helps in toothaches.

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Completely natural, powerful cleaner which is cost-effective and an environmentally friendly alternative for cleaning floors, tiles, and surfaces. Completely natural and non-toxic. Cost-effective (approximately quarter of the cost) compared to other cleaners.

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Today, what we all need most is peace of mind, and mind you, it doesn’t come easy. To find tranquility, you must let go, and to learn to do that, you must embark on a journey for your own sake. We know that being healthy means so much more than just a healthy body. It means a healthy mind – a state of complete mental wellbeing. We welcome personal experiences, expert views, meditation techniques, and other holistic ways of achieving mindfulness.

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The human body is perfectly designed by nature, and how we fuel it is important. In order to climb the Everest, backpack around the globe, get that promotion, break the world record for baking the largest apple pie, or anything else that you want to do in life – it is important that you and your body are on the same page. And surprisingly enough, of all aspects of health, nutrition is the most ignored or misinterpreted. No more fad diets, ‘magical detoxes’, or weight-loss powders. Nutrition is simple science...and lots of taste. Submissions within this category will include articles on health through foods, recipes, juices and smoothies, and natural and sustainable ways to achieve weight goals.

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Love for a friend, family member, or lover – all such profound, complex emotions and connections. Oh love, love, love! It has the power to heal the soul, make a saint out of a criminal, and basically, just bring a smile to your face even on the most dismal of days. There are no rules, no laws, no policies, and absolutely no one manual when it comes to relationships. But oh, wouldn’t we all like a little help once in a while? Our broad categories include relationships, friendship, dating, sex, parenting, and other aspects of love.

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