There Is More To Fruits Than What You See. Here's An Ayurvedic Look At Them

“When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need.”Ayurveda is akin to making a lifestyle choice in order to maintain some balance in your life. According to ayurveda, here’s how you should eat your fruit, as poor food combinations and wrong timing do more harm than help. Here are a few guidelines:
  • Best to eat in the morning – According to ayurvedic principles, fruit is best eaten first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach, in order to reap maximum nutrients. Fruits like apples, pears, kiwi, and bananas help detox the system and remove impurities, and are best consumed half an hour before you eat breakfast. Try not to eat citrus fruits on an empty stomach though, as they can be acidic.
  • Eat fruit on its own – There are several reasons why ayurveda believes that fruit needs to be eaten in isolation, instead of being paired with other breakfast items like egg, bread etc. It is believed that if you eat fruit followed by, or along with, other items, in the time taken to digest these other items, the fruit ferments in your stomach, and almost all nutritional value is lost. Wait for half an hour, after eating fruit, to consume anything else.
  • Eat raw rather than cooked fruit – There is a tendency to think that fruit juice is as good as the fruit itself, but you couldn’t be more wrong. Focus on eating raw, fresh fruit, as it digests easily and is good for the system. Cooked fruit has poor nutritional content, and is highly avoidable. Ayurveda also believes that in summer, you should stick to fresh fruit, while dried fruits should be eaten in winter.
  • Fruit combinations that work – Some fruits like watermelon, melon, and grapefruit should be eaten as a separate snack, as they don’t always react favourably with other foods. Berries of all kinds are great as a breakfast snack, except for strawberries. Grapes can be eaten at any time in the day.
  • Fruits by season – Traditional ayurvedic wisdom focuses on eating fruit based on seasons. For example, during the months of March-April, the body takes longer to digest foods, so lighter meals comprising fruits are highly recommended. Similarly, in summer, try and consume fruits that are sweet and raw like mangoes, apricots, and plums, that go down well.

The Top 5 Supplements That Can Do Wonders For Your Acne

Way past the teenage years, and still struggling with acne? Let’s get your supplements right.

At some point in time, we all have suffered from acne. If you thought acne was just meant for teenagers, you’ve got a surprise coming! Adult acne is for real, people.  

First, let us understand why exactly these red monsters happen.

Adult acne are the multiple bumps that occur underneath your skin, leading to inflammation in the targeted area. Acne happens because of hormonal imbalances, when your oil glands work on the double, and clog skin pores. This, in turn, becomes a conducive environment for bacterial growth to happen. And as a result, we see whiteheads, blackheads, cysts, and nodules appearing all over the face. However, there are supplements that can help deal with acne. So move over, antibiotics and topical creams!

  • Omega-3s – According to research, omega-3s are the best supplement if you want to deal with acne quickly. Sometimes, within days of consumption, omega-3s work their magic for clearer and softer skin, sans acne marks. Omega-3 fatty acids are highly anti-inflammatory, and are not only known to better general health, but are also a very popular way to alleviate acne, promote heart health, and lower cholesterol.  Flaxseed oil and fish are prime sources of omega-3s. Vegetarians can opt for algae, which is also an excellent source.
  • Magnesium – When the body is low in magnesium, it leads to skin inflammation. This is why dermatologists all the world over suggest magnesium supplements, along with calcium, to bring down the amount of C-reactive proteins in the body. C-reactive proteins are the reason why inflammation occurs in the body. The use of calcium, with magnesium, is a must to bring down inflammation, and help with skin cell regeneration. Sources include dried fruits, nuts, beans, bananas, seeds, whole grains, and yoghurt.
  • Zinc – Another supplement that superbly deals with acne is zinc. This mineral can be orally consumed, or applied topically. Past studies and research have shown the effective powers of the mineral in bringing down oil production in the skin. In addition to that, zinc, when consumed or applied, also brings down inflammation and bacterial infection. However, researchers warn against the overuse of zinc, since it can lead to copper deficiency in the body, which is why speaking to a doctor is advised before you take supplements. Try oysters, beef, veal, and pumpkin to add zinc to your diet.
  • B-vitamins – One needs to have B-vitamins, especially B6, as it provides plenty of energy to the skin cells for repair and regeneration. This supplement is a must to help the skin against sebum overproduction and inflammation. This is why B-complex is needed every day, which is a great way to combat premenstrual and hormonal acne.
  • Probiotics – Probiotics help in creating good bacteria that aid in the digestion of food, and the absorption of nutrients. Not only this, probiotics are a great way to reduce the irritation on your skin. Probiotics are especially beneficial for those who have been suffering from acne, or have been on medication for too long, because of which the skin can erupt. Probiotics can help get the skin back to its supple and smooth form. Include sour pickles, yoghurt, and cheese in your diet.

Monsoon Showstopper: Best Fabrics For Monsoons

You may be a showstopper round the year, but maintaining that title during monsoon isn’t an easy task.

I love the rainy season – the smell of the wet earth, the feeling of being alive, everything fresh and clean…what’s not to love? Except, well, that if you get caught in a downpour, your clothes stick to you, don’t dry for ages, and that sticky feeling is really not something I’m a fan of. So what can one do?

During monsoons, stay away from fabrics that stick to the skin and absorb too much moisture – knits and linen should be out. Whatever you wear should not remain damp for long, and should not sag or lose its sheen after getting wet. Here are some fabrics that can brave the rain:

  • Nylon/poly-nylon – Water does not stand on nylon, and neither does this fabric crumple or sag with moisture. Loose clothes, made of nylon and blends, are good for monsoons.
  • Plastic – The best outfit to wear in the rains is…guess…yes, a raincoat! Made of plastic blends, this is the safest fabric for wet, muddy seasons. Look for raincoats that come in attractive hues to be fashion forward, while being ready for the rains too!
  • Khadi – If you wear saris, then the best bet for monsoons is khadi. This material does not get soggy, and stays un-crumpled and in place. These days, there are a lot of clothes available in the markets that are made from khadi, apart from saris.
  • Cotton – Cotton is undoubtedly a most comfortable fabric (I consider it to be an all-weather fabric). It is good for the monsoons, as it soaks sweat well in humid weather, and dries off quickly too. Designers opt for cotton blends for the rainy weather, such as rayon and cotton blends.
  • Mul – Mul is ultimate for the monsoons. Softer than cotton and very comfortable, mul kurtis, saris, and tops provide style and comfort during the rainy season. If you are mulling on mul, you are on the right track for monsoon wear.
  • Silk – Light silk, crepe silk, and silk cotton blends are good fabrics to wear during monsoons. Silks come in bright colours and feel good in sticky weather. These fabrics dry quickly and stay fresh-looking for long.
  • Chiffon – Chiffon is also good for the rains. The fabric dries quickly and because of its billowy nature, is comfortable as well. Chiffon saris, tops, and kurtis are cool and stylish.

So what would you choose to wear for the rainy weather? I suggest that you try out all the fabrics and see what suits you best. Happy monsoons to you!

Brave The Rain And Fight Monsoon Stickiness

Hot, wet, and sticky…monsoons can be bothersome. How does one remain cool and composed in the face of such humidity?The first showers of monsoon are welcome, as they dispel the heat and bring the temperature down to tolerable levels, but as the days progress, so does the humidity and the discomfort. What can we do to overcome this?
  • Sticky skin – With too much moisture in the air, the skin, especially that of the face, becomes sticky – one feels like an oil factory. If you have an outdoor life, then you will get some dust and grime added to the oil, and the sad tale of pimples and blackheads will begin…the secret is to wash, tone, and moisturise your face often.
  • Cucumber and honey for your face – Oily skin needs proper treatment, and cucumbers happen to be good for it. Cut thick chunks of cucumber, dab them in honey, and rub them on your face at night; wash it off in the morning. If you don’t want to keep it overnight, wash off after an hour. Your skin will feel cool and refreshed.
  • Excessive sweating and body odour – With humidity comes sweat, and brings body odour with it. It is the bacteria in the sweat that produces the odour. Keep yourself clean, and take baths twice a day, if possible. Make sure that the underarms, groin area, feet etc. remain dry. Use powder, roll-ons, antifungal sprays or gels. Change your clothes daily, and avoid reusing unwashed garments.
  • Sticky locks – Monsoons come with a plethora of hair problems – stickiness, frizz, hair fall, breakage, and, oh, dandruff too. It is important to wash your locks at least thrice a week with a mild shampoo. Massage your hair with coconut oil an hour or so before you shampoo. A hot oil treatment would be good too. Coconut oil helps controls frizz. If you have dandruff, rub lemon juice on your hair before you wash it.
  • Moisturise – It’s not that monsoon and humidity mean bye-bye to moisturisers. In fact, experiencing stickiness means you should switch to the right kind of moisturiser – an oil-control one. If you take a shower twice a day during monsoons, then apply moisturiser twice as well. This will ensure a good and fresh feel during this season.
  • Eat fresh foods – It is important to eat the right kinds of foods for the body to function well, and to be able to handle the heat and humidity of the rainy season. Stick to fresh and raw fruits and vegetables, if you can. Food cooked in too much oil may stimulate the sebaceous glands to over work, leaving you with skin problems.
With these few tips in tow, I hope that you have a great monsoon – brave the rains, and fight the sticky feel!

These Are The 7 Most Powerful Healing Plants In The World

Look deep into nature, and you will find answers to almost anything!

Did you know that the World Health Organization estimates that 80 per cent of people use plant-based home remedies to try and cure themselves? Don’t underestimate the power of plants and herbs that grow around us. In fact, it’s a good idea to grow yourself a little patch with some of these powerful plants, to help heal your ailments. Your backyard or terrace will look pretty, and you will have the added health insurance right in your home. If you don’t have the space to grow your own plants, no worries; most of the plants are easily available in the market.

Our top 7 picks of powerful healing plants are:

  • Turmeric – Turmeric (haldi) is one of the most powerful healing spices, and Indians have known that for centuries. Our grandparents couldn’t stop telling us how we should consume or apply turmeric for any and every illness. It contains a compound called curcumin, which is a powerful anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant. It is used to treat high blood pressure, wounds, depression, diabetes, cholesterol, and arthritis. It is also used by cosmetic companies to enhance their skincare products. It can be grown as a potted plant, and only needs moist soil, with alternate day watering.
  • Aloe vera – This is my personal go-to plant. The gel found in the leaves is an excellent salve for mosquito bites, burns, and other skin conditions. This magic plant is also used extensively in cosmetic products, since it provides amazing skin-nourishing benefits. Aloe vera juice is consumed by a lot of people to cure indigestion, acid reflux, and to build immunity. Even though aloe vera juice is available in the market, nothing beats the fresh stuff. All you need is a cup of water, 1 teaspoon of honey, and 1 aloe vera leaf. Scoop out the gel from the leaf, and place in a blender. Add water and honey to it, and blitz. Et voilà, you have your very own wonder juice.
  • Holy basil/Tulsi – Tulsi is considered sacred, and can be found in most Indian households. It is known to be an excellent remedy for a number of ailments like bronchitis, cough, cold, and asthma. Its antiviral and antibacterial properties make it a very useful herb to have around. A drink made by boiling tulsi leaves, with a handful of peppercorns, is recommended to patients recovering from dengue.
  • Chamomile – This plant looks like a weed, and can be found in dry parts of India. Chamomile is a rich source of antioxidants, and is used for help with anxiety, nervousness, spasms, morning sickness, insomnia, and digestive disorders. Chamomile flowers are ground up and used on wounds and haemorrhoids. Sipping chamomile tea before going to bed has become quite popular, as it has a calming effect, and helps you sleep better.
  • Lavender – Lavender is a pretty purple flower, and is used by a lot of cosmetic companies to make perfume. Besides that, lavender is used to treat insomnia, nausea, flatulence, migraines, and toothaches. Lavender oil is used in aromatherapy, to relieve pain, and for mental wellbeing. People even add lavender to their food for the beautiful, sweet flavour it imparts.
  • Garlic – Garlic is one of the most effective antimicrobial plants. Not only is it a tasty addition to our food, it is extremely powerful, as a remedy, for a number of ailments. The consumption of garlic helps treat infections that cause bronchitis, influenza, recurrent cold, and worms. Using garlic daily is a good preventive measure against congestion and the common cold.
  • Cinnamon – Cinnamon helps cure problems like asthma, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, stomach bugs, arthritis, and tooth decay. Its antibacterial and antifungal properties make it ideal for daily consumption. You can add it to your food, or sprinkle some cinnamon powder in your coffee.

All these plants and herbs are known for their powerful healing properties. However, please do consult a doctor if your ailments get aggravated. And remember, too much of anything can be toxic – even a medicinal plant.

9 Amazing Ways To Fight Acne That You Must Try

There is no singular disease that causes more psychological trauma, maladjustment, and insecurity than what we call – acne vulgaris.

Credits Saluda Programa de Salud/flickr Pimples have a way of appearing out of nowhere to mar your precious look on that very special day, don’t they? Actually, what happens is that pores get clogged with oil, dead skin, and pus – white cells and bacteria – causing redness, inflammation, and bumps. Oily skin is more prone to zits than normal or dry skin. The secret of fighting acne is to control excess oil secretion, kill the bacteria, and keep the pores of the skin unclogged. But how?

  • Steam ‘n ice – Steam opens the pores of the skin, and lets out the dirt and the excess oil. Once the pores are open, the medication for acne penetrates easily and cures faster. After the treatment, don’t forget to rub ice on the area – this helps to close the pores, and reduce redness and swelling.
  • Apply apple cider vinegar – This vinegar has acids that help exfoliate, and kill the bacteria. The application of this reduces the redness of the acne, and flattens it out. Dilute the vinegar with water before applying.
  • Use tea – The properties of tea, whether in the form of the drink (green or black tea), or in the form of tea tree oil are well suited to fight acne. Its antioxidant and antibacterial properties disinfect the pimples, and heal the skin.
  • A cinnamon-honey mask – Make a mask with honey and cinnamon, and apply it on the affected area/s. Honey has antibacterial properties that kill the infection and cure the acne along with the help of cinnamon, which is anti-inflammatory.
  • Use lemon and aloe – Make a mixture of lemon and aloe vera juices, and apply on the pimples. Lemon juice helps to dry up the acne, and aloe vera helps to fight the infection and heal the skin. This is a deadly combo for the stubborn zit!
  • Tomato treatment – Place tomato pulp on your pimples, and forget about them. The pimples will dry out. This is because tomatoes are acidic, and have vitamins A, C, and K, which heal the skin.
  • Rub garlic – You’d be surprised to know this, but garlic helps combat acne! Cut a clove of garlic in half, and rub it on the zit. Wash off with warm water after some time. The antiseptic properties of garlic, along with the presence of sulphur, destroy a pimple.
  • Apply toothpaste – And you thought toothpaste only cleans your teeth! It helps clean your face too – of acne. Apply a small amount of toothpaste on the pimple and a few hours later, it will dry up. Make sure the toothpaste isn’t on your skin for too long, especially if you have sensitive skin, as it could cause a burn.
  • Take aspirin – Make a paste of a crushed aspirin tablet and water, and apply it on your pimple. Keep it for some time. When it becomes dry and flaky, wipe it off. Aspirin has certain ingredients that help in reducing and drying up zits.

Remember, using shampoo, conditioner, or volumiser can trigger an outbreak of pimples if the residues of these products remain on the skin. So use your hair products with care. Take care of your skin, as it takes care of you!

Back To The Future With Iatromathematics: Maths, Medicine, And Astrology

“Iatromathematics is an old field of medicine that incorporates the principles of physical mechanics and mathematical computations, to understand human functioning/its ailments.”

“He who does not understand astrology is not a doctor but a fool”

Hippocrates, father of modern medicine.

As I write, I realise that maths, medicine, and astrology are everywhere. Whether you like/need them, or not. Mankind has never been able to do without them, or kill them, and so we have here, ladies and gentlemen; or have had (since ages) – Iatromathematics.

Iatromathematics is an old field of medicine that incorporates the principles of physical mechanics and mathematical computations, to understand human functioning/its ailments. Scottish physician Archibald Pitcairne, regarded as the ‘forgotten father’ of iatromathematics, was inspired by Galileo Galilei and Leonardo da Vinci. Both these Renaissance era revolutionaries were adept at mathematical, engineering, scientific, and astronomical analyses/inventions.

This maths-medicine amalgamation shouldn't come as a shock. Is there any tool for physiological/psychological diagnostics today that doesn’t use some form of algorithmic data mining, or computer programming?

Whilst this may validate the significance of iatromathematics in the eyes of the lay person, it’s the astrological twist that causes it to be labelled a pseudoscience. Iatromathematics is also the traditional name for medical astrology, or the ancient system of attributing human anatomy, its problems, and the corresponding cures to the positioning of the sun, moon, planets, and 12 astrological signs.

Astrology is an acquired taste, and an interest/belief in it is something that finds you, I think; it’s not you who finds it!

What I mean is that it’s a matter of perspective. There was a time when I wanted to be a biomedical scientist. Some cosmic conspiracy (see?!) saw to it that this doesn't happen. Today, if someone told me that medical astrology is nonsense, I’d beg to differ.

If you go by the very scientific premise of all objects possessing an electromagnetic field, emitting energy at some frequency; you’ll see that it’s quite possible for a human child, born at a precise timing of planetary positioning, to be affected by the electromagnetic energy of that cosmic mosaic.  

There may not be robust evidence supporting the applicability of this, but you can’t diss medical astrology if you’re happily wearing a moonstone ring on your finger, because your family priest prescribed it for your temper tantrums.

If you’re born, and continue to grow with a certain ‘discrepancy’ in your energy field as a living creature, then scientific/astrological remedies can bring that difference into balance. Science will give you medicinal drugs, to add to what’s lacking hormonally/neurologically. An astrologer might give you a crystal/healing herb, like Hippocrates might have; and he was the one to separate medicine from religion, mind you.

Crystals radiate raw energy vibrations through their fantastically symmetrical atomic structures. Scientific technology has made it possible to map (here’s some maths/physics for you!) and view the different colours of the human aura, depending on the vibrational levels (and some astrology) at which they're radiating. In very simple lingo, crystal therapy is like completing a jigsaw – you find a crystal emitting vibrations that’ll close the ‘energy hole’ in your aura; existing thanks to some physical/emotional disruption to your wellbeing.

Suddenly, astrology and medicine sound like partners, don’t they? As for medical astrology/crystal healing being pseudosciences, well, psychology was a pseudoscience once. Our world runs on what ‘founding fathers’ like Hippocrates, Newton, or da Vinci had to say. Until we reconcile to the fact that the world is coming ‘full circle’, let’s just call iatromathematics an alternative therapy, and live in peace!

You’d Never Have Thought That This Oil Provides Full-Body Benefits!

Who would’ve thought an oil could do so much?

This white-flowered herbal plant has its origins in the Mediterranean region. It was introduced to the world by the Romans and the Egyptians, and its oil has gained immense popularity as an essential and an aromatherapy oil. Anise oil is extracted from the herbal plant anise, or aniseed, using steam distillation. This liquorice-flavoured oil has a variety of uses, ranging from cooking to medication. Here, we list a few benefits of this oil for your entire body.

Benefits of anise oil:

  • Battle bronchitis – Anise essential oil is used in diffusers and inhalers to loosen mucus, and to ease breathing issues and asthma. It works as an expectorant, and helps relieve congestion and phlegm. Did you know that in some cases, a few whiffs of the oil are more effective than ingesting it?
  • Boost breast milk – Anise oil has oestrogenic properties, and promotes breast milk production. Tea that is brewed with a few drops of anise oil helps increase lactation. However, it has been known to cause miscarriages, and pregnant women should avoid using it.
  • Antispasmodic – Spasms are painful contractions of the respiratory tract, or of muscles that cause severe cough, cramps, or pain in the stomach and chest. Anise oil, when rubbed into the skin, helps reduce and calm down the spasms, and relax the muscles.
  • Digestion – It’s an old custom in India to chew on anise seeds after a meal. It helps with digestion, bloating, and flatulence. Drinking warm water with a few drops of anise essential oil helps release any trapped gas, giving instant relief.
  • Anti-epileptic – Anise oil is known for its narcotic and sedative properties. The use of this oil slows down blood circulation and respiration. It is administered quite frequently to control hysteria or an epileptic attack. However, talk to your doctor before using this on children, since it has a narcotic effect.
  • Antiseptic – When used on open wounds and bruises, it creates a protective layer over the wound. Anise oil helps speed up the healing process, and has strong antiseptic and antibacterial properties.
  • Increase in libido – Anise is known to have aphrodisiac properties. Drinking a glass of water infused with anise oil can help increase one’s libido. You should know that herb-based libido enhancers don’t produce instant results, but increase a person’s sex drive over a period of time.
  • Deworming agent – Anise oil is an excellent natural deworming agent, especially for children. Due to its insecticidal properties, anise oil is prescribed by alternate medicine practitioners. It is very effective in killing worms found in the intestines.

Anise oil can cause allergic reactions, so please check with a health expert before you start using it. Another thing to remember is to never apply an essential oil directly to your skin, since these oils are extremely potent. Always dilute it with a carrier oil like almond oil or olive oil, before application.

These DIY Detox Baths Will Truly Rejuvenate Your Skin, By Removing ALL The Toxins

It’s a toxic world we live in, and modern living is just increasing the levels of toxicity in our bodies. It’s a sad state of affairs, no doubt, but is there something we can do about it?

The human body is naturally equipped to eliminate toxic wastes. But the problem is, we are bombarded with toxicity, from morning till night, by every usable product of daily life – food, cookware, cosmetics, cleaning liquids, plastic materials, air, water, and a lot more! It is not possible for the body to handle toxicity at this level. We need to take steps to help cleanse the body of toxic elements – pesticides, heavy metals, free radicals. The simplest way to do this is to soak in a specially prepared detox bath.

There are household stuffs that work well as detoxifying agents: Epsom salts (a naturally occurring substance), for instance, are high in magnesium and sulphates, which reduce the inflammation and soreness caused by toxins; bentonite clay has the property of combining with toxins, and drawing them out; and baking soda, you’d be surprised to know, is used to tackle radiation toxicity, as it binds with uranium!

Here are some useful detoxifying bath mixes that you can use. Get your bathtub ready!

  • Green tea bath – Mix green tea, Epsom salts, bentonite clay, baking soda (aluminum free), and any essential oil that you fancy in warm bathwater, and soak in it for instant antioxidant activity in the body, detoxification, and relaxation.
  • Eucalyptus and vanilla bath – Mix eucalyptus oil with Epsom salts and baking soda in your bath, to get relief from itchiness during winters, along with detoxification.
  • Calming salt bath – Dead sea salts, bentonite clay, Epsom salts, lavender, and frankincense mixed in your bath will give you detoxification and relaxation. Lavender helps calm the mind, and frankincense helps reduce anxiety.
  • Ginger-lemon bath – Fresh ginger, lemon, and Epsom salts – add these to your bathwater, and soak yourself in it for 20 minutes. Voilà! You will emerge detoxed, refreshed, and ready to take on the world!
  • Milk bath (a must for the queens!) – The secret ingredient in this bath mixture is milk powder. Add to it either coconut milk or almond milk, plus your favourite essential oil, and soak in it…mmm, wonderful! Milk cleanses the skin of toxic substances, while coconut and almond milk help moisturise.

So get yourself ready for a rejuvenating bath, and wash away all the toxic elements from your body in minutes! Happy soak time!

Castor Blaster: What The King Of Oils Can Do For You

Seems like we’ve all forgotten about castor oil, and need a little reminder.

A spoon of castor oil was my grandma’s cure for a lot of things, ranging from constipation and worms, to colds and reduced hair growth. Castor oil is made by pressing the seeds of the castor plant (Ricinus communis), which is native to India and Africa. It is now cultivated in countries such as Algeria, Egypt, and Greece as well. The oil is used all over the world for its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Castor oil contains vitamin E, proteins, and omega 6 and 9 too.

Why you need to have a bottle of castor oil at home:

  • Natural laxative – Known as a stimulant laxative, castor oil lubricates the intestines, and gets things moving. Your digestive tract will feel the effect of the oil in 2-5 hours. Adult dosage would be 1-2 tablespoons, while children till the age of 12 should be given 1-2 teaspoons. Be warned, it tastes pretty foul. You can mix it with some orange juice to make it more palatable.
  • Eases joint pains – Joint and tissue pains can be really painful. Massaging your joints with castor oil is known to help with the pain and discomfort. In alternate therapies, a castor oil massage is considered an option to jumpstart the lymphatic system, and to provide relief to people suffering from arthritis.
  • Good for your hair – Massaging warm castor oil on your scalp (and even on your eyebrows) is known to stimulate hair follicles and boost circulation, resulting in extra hair growth. Castor oil may work on areas that have been affected by scalp conditions, since it has antifungal properties. You’ll see a change in the growth and quality of your hair, after about 2 weeks of regular application.
  • Helps with muscle pain – Peppermint oil and castor oil, mixed together, is a wonderful concoction to rub on your muscles, to help ease muscle soreness and improve circulation.
  • Fights fungal infections – Due to its antibacterial and antifungal properties, castor oil is effective in treating conditions like ringworm and athlete’s foot. Apply castor oil on the affected area, and leave overnight. The infection will be gone pretty soon.
  • Skin problems – The fatty acids in castor oil help nourish dry skin. People with oily, acne-prone skin usually avoid any and all oils. However, castor oil, when applied to clean skin, helps fight acne-causing bacteria, and reduces blemishes too. It also helps restore the skin’s moisture balance.
  • Anti-ageing remedy – Castor oil, due to its viscous nature, stays on the skin for longer, and permeates deep down into the skin’s layers. This stimulates collagen and elastin production. Fine lines and wrinkles get delayed, giving way to smoother, softer, younger-looking skin. A few dots of castor oil, massaged around the eyes, will get rid of your fine lines and crow’s feet.
  • Boon for colic-prone babies – Colic in babies, in the first few months of being born, causes immense grief for both parents and the baby. Gas is supposed to be the reason for these colic pains. Massaging the baby’s tummy with castor oil is known to be beneficial in such cases.
  • Boosts immunity – Alternate medicine practitioners feel that the consumption of castor oil boosts immunity. Castor oil promotes better health.
  • All-rounder – Since castor oil doesn’t freeze, it’s a great lubricant to have around the house. It is ideal, since it doesn’t react to hot or very cold temperatures. You can oil hinges and locks with it.

It’s good to have a bottle of castor oil lying around the house; you never know what you may need it for!

Chamomile Tea

Ayurvedic Karpura Pushp Chai - Popularly known as night time tea. Chamomile relieves anxiety and treats sleep disorders such as insomnia.Ayurvedic Karpura Pushp Chai - Popularly known as night time tea. Chamomile relieves anxiety and treats sleep disorders such as insomnia.

Rose Chamomile Tea

Ayurvedic Gulab Karpura Pushpa Chai. Chamomile relieves anxiety and treats sleep disorders such as insomnia. Eases digestive pain or discomfort. Boosts the immune system. Relieves stomach cramps. Rose petals de-stress and calm the mind. Is antioxidant rich.Ayurvedic Gulab Karpura Pushpa Chai. Chamomile relieves anxiety and treats sleep disorders such as insomnia. Eases digestive pain or discomfort. Boosts the immune system. Relieves stomach cramps. Rose petals de-stress and calm the mind. Is antioxidant rich.

Rose Hibiscus Tea

Ayurvedic Gubal Gudhal Phool Chai. Caffeine free , calorie free. Hibiscus and rose are ayurvedic coolants. While hibiscus maintains healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels, rose petals de-stress and calm the mind. Delays premature ageing. Ayurvedic Gubal Gudhal Phool Chai. Caffeine free , calorie free. Hibiscus and rose are ayurvedic coolants. While hibiscus maintains healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels, rose petals de-stress and calm the mind. Delays premature ageing.

Organic Moringa Tea

Ayurvedic Moringa Tea. Caffeine free, gluten free, GMO free. Broom for intestines - being fibre-rich, it cleanses the intestines. Aids in weight loss - being a diuretic, it helps reduce water retention.Ayurvedic Moringa Tea. Caffeine free, gluten free, GMO free. Broom for intestines - being fibre-rich, it cleanses the intestines. Aids in weight loss - being a diuretic, it helps reduce water retention.

Ayurvedic Ubtan/Kanti Lepa

Ubtan has been used as a part of body cleansing since ancient times. It is also called nalangu maavu in Tamil and utane in Marathi. It has therapeutic and healing properties. A 100% natural and ayurvedic preparation to exfoliate and rejuvenate your skin. Ubtan has been used as a part of body cleansing since ancient times. It is also called nalangu maavu in Tamil and utane in Marathi. It has therapeutic and healing properties. A 100% natural and ayurvedic preparation to exfoliate and rejuvenate your skin.

Traveller

The perfect blend of warming and intensely comforting oils especially formulated to combat tiredness and fatigue. Designed to awaken your senses and revive you.Indications: Frequent flyers On-the-go city dwellersThe perfect blend of warming and intensely comforting oils especially formulated to combat tiredness and fatigue. Designed to awaken your senses and revive you.Indications: Frequent flyers On-the-go city dwellers

Muscle Spasm Massage Oil

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This powerful healing blend is highly recommended for those experiencing tired, sore muscles that require deep manipulation to soothe overall body tightness and to unravel tension. A daily post trek recommendation.Indications: High level of muscular tension This powerful healing blend is highly recommended for those experiencing tired, sore muscles that require deep manipulation to soothe overall body tightness and to unravel tension. A daily post trek recommendation.Indications: High level of muscular tension

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Pain in the legs and back may be due to sheer exhaustion or rheumatic problems. Massage provides a good way of handling this pain. The regular use of Ma Earth Botanicals Massage Oil helps the essential oils penetrate the blood and deeply relax. Pain in the legs and back may be due to sheer exhaustion or rheumatic problems. Massage provides a good way of handling this pain. The regular use of Ma Earth Botanicals Massage Oil helps the essential oils penetrate the blood and deeply relax.

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A soothing formulation designed to deeply nourish, comfort, and repair tired muscles. Elevates the mind to a state of calm and peace.Indications: Anxious feeling Mood swings Lack of clarity and focus Premenstrual tensionA soothing formulation designed to deeply nourish, comfort, and repair tired muscles. Elevates the mind to a state of calm and peace.Indications: Anxious feeling Mood swings Lack of clarity and focus Premenstrual tension

Rose Shower Gel

Sulphate-free mild body cleanser for all skin types. Free from SLES, parabens, and petrochemicals, this gel is especially formulated to gently cleanse, moisturise, and rejuvenate skin, without stripping its natural oils. Highly fragrant. Sulphate-free mild body cleanser for all skin types. Free from SLES, parabens, and petrochemicals, this gel is especially formulated to gently cleanse, moisturise, and rejuvenate skin, without stripping its natural oils. Highly fragrant.

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Sulphate-free mild body cleanser for all skin types. Free from SLES, parabens and petrochemicals, this gel is especially formulated to gently cleanse, moisturise and rejuvenate skin without stripping its natural oils. Highly fragrant with our tropical formula Sulphate-free mild body cleanser for all skin types. Free from SLES, parabens and petrochemicals, this gel is especially formulated to gently cleanse, moisturise and rejuvenate skin without stripping its natural oils. Highly fragrant with our tropical formula

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Our Hair Oil contains a unique blend of natural herbs and oils that work deeply to condition and nourish the scalp. Potent herbal infusions stimulate the hair follicles to promote hair growth and strengthen from root to tip, which helps prevent hair fall.Our Hair Oil contains a unique blend of natural herbs and oils that work deeply to condition and nourish the scalp. Potent herbal infusions stimulate the hair follicles to promote hair growth and strengthen from root to tip, which helps prevent hair fall.

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The ultimate hydrating and nourishing conditioner for dry, stressed hair. The unique concentrated blend of plant-based emollients untangle, add volume, and soften hair. Aloe vera and licorice contain enzymes which directly promote healthy hair growth. The ultimate hydrating and nourishing conditioner for dry, stressed hair. The unique concentrated blend of plant-based emollients untangle, add volume, and soften hair. Aloe vera and licorice contain enzymes which directly promote healthy hair growth.

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A gentle sulphate-free formulation, designed to carefully cleanse the scalp and hair, while adding body and shine. Prepared using a unique blend of natural herbs and oils, which deeply clean and nourish the scalp. A gentle sulphate-free formulation, designed to carefully cleanse the scalp and hair, while adding body and shine. Prepared using a unique blend of natural herbs and oils, which deeply clean and nourish the scalp.

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7 Out Of 10 Indians: You May Be Vitamin D Deficient, And Not Know It Lakshmi Devan
12 May 2017Array min read

Feeling lethargic? Falling sick too often? Been low lately? Does the word Vitamin D ring a bell?

The body needs vitamin D to ensure healthy bones and teeth, adequate calcium and phosphorus absorption, better insulin level regulation, and thus, optimal diabetes management. It is also believed to have a protective influence against cancer and multiple sclerosis. However, in a recent study by Metropolis Healthcare that examined 14,96,683 patients, 70-100 per cent of participants were found to be vitamin D deficient, varying with the demographics tested. The results paint a rather scary picture, with the deficiency just as prevalent among housewives as in athletes, and even doctors! A vitamin D deficiency has always been linked to high rates of rickets, osteoporosis, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer, and infections such as tuberculosis, in India. Are you in the 7 out of 10 Indians to suffer from a vitamin D deficiency? Here’s how to know:

  • Head sweating – Doctors check for head sweating in newborns, because it is believed to be a classic symptom of a vitamin D deficiency.
  • Bone aches, fragile bones, and fractures – Often misdiagnosed as fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome, a vitamin D deficiency causes a defect in the input of calcium into the collagen matrix in the skeleton, leading to throbbing pains and aches. Vitamin D works with calcium for healthy bone renewal, and to ensure strong bones and teeth. A deficiency of such a vital nutrient would then mean a direct impact on the bones and teeth, often leading to fragile bones and fractures, that happen at the drop of a hat.
  • Feeling ‘blue’ – Serotonin is a brain chemical that has been seen to rise with exposure to light, and fall with a decrease in the same. Studies in the past have found that people with low levels of vitamin D are more prone to being depressed. It wouldn’t be a surprise to find out that you are deficient in the vitamin, if you’ve been feeling rather low lately.
  • Flu and infections – Do you fall prey to frequent respiratory infections and flu, in the winters? Results from observational studies revealed an increased risk of both lower and upper respiratory tract infections in people with the deficiency.
  • Fatigue – Even though the exact link between vitamin D and tiredness is not known, it is confirmed to be one of the first few symptoms of the deficiency that shows up.

Those are the symptoms. However, a lot of times, the deficiency is completely asymptomatic and undetectable, until it progresses to severe stages. The best thing to do is to include as many vitamin D-rich foods (e.g.: fatty fish, such as tuna, mackerel, and salmon; milk and milk products; eggs etc.) in your diet as possible, get plenty of sunshine, and most importantly, get regular health checks and blood tests.

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Pandora’s Box: 3 Homemade Hair Masks, Unearthed Mansi Kohli
12 May 2017Array min read

Hear hear, all hair types, colours, and textures! Fresh from nature, now a gorgeous mane is only 3 hair masks away.

“So, which hair conditioner do you use?” “Anything that is available in my fridge that day – yoghurt, honey, eggs, or butter”. “I’m sorry? For real?” “Well, technically anything that has nutrient-nourishing properties can be classified as a conditioner, right?” Imagine this being one of the entertaining conversations you have with your hair stylist. He or she will be bamboozled, while you swish your thick, luscious, soft, and silky hair! Today, we are going to tell you how you can nourish your scalp and hair roots, just by mixing together a few readily available organic and natural ingredients. Mentioned below are 3 hair mask recipes that’ll feed your scalp with nutrients provided by Mother Nature to achieve thick, stronger, bouncy, and lustrous hair. Banana, honey, and olive oil mask

  • How to make this mask: Just mash together 1 banana, 1 tablespoon of organic honey, and 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Whisk all the ingredients well, until you achieve a smooth paste-like consistency. Apply this mixture on your hair, and let it stay for a minimum of 1 hour. Wear a shower cap to avoid drips. Rinse with cold water, and only apply shampoo when the pack has completely left your hair.
  • Nutritional benefits of this mask: Packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and potassium, bananas are great for boosting natural growth, and for moisturising your hair. Extremely effective for thin and weak hair, this mask helps in strengthening hair follicles, while nourishing your dry and brittle hair with vitamin E. Honey and olive oil are packed with healing properties, which helps in regulating natural oil production, while keeping your scalp healthy.
  • Aloe vera, flax seed, and butter mask
  • How to make this mask: Start by boiling 2 cups of water and 3 tablespoons of flax seeds in a pan. Boil them for a good 10 minutes, before straining the flax seeds. Blend together the flax seed water with 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel, 1 tablespoon of butter, and 2 tablespoons of honey. Once the mixture has cooled off, cover each strand of your hair with this mixture, from the root to the tip. Let it sit for a minimum of 45 minutes, before rinsing it off with lukewarm water.
  • Nutritional benefits of this mask: This protein-rich mask is an intense conditioning gel-cum-pack that helps in boosting the volume of your hair, moisturising rough hair, and making the ends smooth. Flax seeds are a rich source of protein, vitamin B6, omega-3 fatty acids, and iron, all of which are useful for preventing hair loss and promoting healthy and shiny hair growth. Aloe vera, honey, and butter are great moisturising agents, which are sure to leave your hair incredibly soft and voluminous.
  • Homemade egg mask
  • How to make this mask: First, start by separating the egg yolk and the egg white. If you have oily hair, you will need egg whites, while dry hair will need egg yolks. People with normal hair can use a whole egg. Now, beat 1 egg and add 1 cup of milk and 2 tablespoons of olive oil to form a gooey, eggy mixture. Whisk well, and squeeze 1 lime into this mixture. Gently rub this mask onto your scalp for 15 minutes. Cover your hair with a disposable shower cap, and let the mixture sit on your scalp for 15 more minutes. Use an organic, fruit-based shampoo to wash your hair. Use cold water.
  • Nutritional benefits of this mask: Eggs are packed with iron, protein, and vitamins A, B, and D. They are great for nourishing your hair roots, encouraging hair growth, preventing hair breakage, preventing hair loss, and giving a natural, glossy shine to your hair.

Go on, try these recipes and show your hair some much-deserved pampering and love!

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The Eye Of Shiva: Rudraksha For The Body, Mind, And Spirit Anjali Nayyar
25 May 2017Array min read

Rudraksha: Rudra + aksha (Rudra’s eye) or the ‘eye of Shiva’ – sound familiar? Rudraksha - the holy bead that is worn to attract wellbeing on physical, mental, and spiritual levels.

Held in utmost reverence by Hindus, rudraksha is a bead worn by people across faiths, all around the world. It has wondrous properties that many swear by. Rudraksha (Elaeocarpus ganitrus) is actually a fruit of the rudraksha tree. According to holy Hindu texts, rudraksha was formed from the tears of Shiva, when he opened his eyes and wept on seeing the plight of humanity. Rudraksha is a boon given to humanity to alleviate the suffering of man.

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Scientifically speaking, the rudraksha is made up of many elements that are good for our body – carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, aluminum, gold, cobalt, copper, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous etc. The leaves and bark of the rudraksha tree have medicinal properties. People living near this tree use the leaves, bark, and fruit to make medicine for blood pressure, anxiety, skin diseases, headaches etc. Rudraksha has electromagnetic properties that improve the performance of the heart, and consequently, that of the whole body.

Mind

At a mental level, rudraksha helps bust stress, which is the root of a lot of our troubles – mental and physical. The electromagnetic pulses emitted by the bead soothe the nerves and help relax the mind. This has a positive effect on daily living, behaviour, and interactions. In fact, the quality of one’s life improves, and is infused with positivity – this helps alleviate negative feelings like anger, depression, and anxiety. Also, it has been observed that an extract of the rudraksha helps in improving learning, and in memory development.

Spirit

To speak of the spiritual properties of the rudraksha would need an entire book. However, most sages and yogis have rudraksha beads as their constant companions. Why? Because rudraksha helps one along the path of spirituality. The wearer of this bead becomes a master of enhanced spiritual powers (they first need to be cultivated, though). Powers of meditation, visualisation, yoga etc. get a boost if one wears rudraksha beads.

More about the beads

Rudraksha bearing trees are found in the Himalayan belt in India, Nepal, and also in the Indonesian archipelago. The fruit of these trees are bluish-black in colour, and when they dry up, the outer covering is removed to extract the rudraksha bead. The bead has a corrugated skin, and lines or channels (known as ‘mukh’) on it – anywhere between 1 and 21 (maybe even more sometimes). Each bead gets its name from the number of channels present – 1 mukhi (1 channel), 2 mukhi (2 channels), 8 mukhi (8 channels) and so on. The number of channels present determines the significance and healing properties of the rudraksha. Let’s take a look at a few:

For the body: 

  • 7 mukhi (7 channels) for good health, wealth, and happiness.
  • 9 mukhi (9 channels) for energy, power, and dynamism.
  • 10 mukhi (10 channels) shields the body from negative influences.
  • 11 mukhi (11 channels) to alleviate stomach disorders, and liver and breast diseases.

For the mind:

  • 2 mukhi (2 channels) for better relationships – family, friends, business.
  • 3 mukhi (3 channels) for purification of the mind – removal of sin, depression, anger, anxiety, fear, guilt.
  • 4 mukhi (4 channels) for intelligence, memory power, concentration, learning.
  • 5 mukhi (5 channels) for peace – removal of hypertension, and emotional tension.
  • 13 mukhi (13 channels) for name, fame, and power.

For the spirit: 

  • 1 mukhi (1 channel) for spiritual growth.
  • 8 mukhi (8 channels) for all kinds of attainments (riddhis and siddhis).
  • 11 mukhi (11 channels) for practice of meditation and yoga.
  • 14 mukhi (14 channels) for better visualisation, meditation, and sixth sense.
  • 15-21 mukhi (15-21 channels) for attainment of mystical powers.

If you feel inspired by this and want to buy a rudraksh, find an expert who will guide you towards the genuine stuff.

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The Eye Of Shiva: Rudraksha For The Body, Mind, And Spirit
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Aloe Clay Cleanser And Mask Tuba Siddiqui
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This is an effective, invigorating, and healing cleanser. Prepared using nutrient-rich river-bed mud from the rainforests of Central India by an elaborate process. The mud is soaked in aloe vera juice several times until completely saturated.

This is an effective, invigorating, and healing cleanser. Prepared using nutrient-rich river-bed mud from the rainforests of Central India by an elaborate process. The mud is soaked in aloe vera juice several times until completely saturated.
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Karela – Momordica Charantia Krishan Singh
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Central nervous system: It dissipates melancholia and gross humors. Liver and biliary system: It is useful in sub-acute cases of liver and spleen. Blood and haematopoietic tissue: It exhibits some remarkable anticancer effects, especially for leukemia.

Central nervous system: It dissipates melancholia and gross humors. Liver and biliary system: It is useful in sub-acute cases of liver and spleen. Blood and haematopoietic tissue: It exhibits some remarkable anticancer effects, especially for leukemia.
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Central nervous system: It dissipates melancholia and gross humors. Liver and biliary system: It is useful in sub-acute cases of liver and spleen. Blood and haematopoietic tissue: It exhibits some remarkable anticancer effects, especially for leukemia.
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