What is Cancer? Natural Ayurvedic Treatment Approach for Cancer

Cancer is the abnormal, fast-spreading replication of cells. Normal cells have a regular lifecycle. Each cell has a specific life cycle, after which it dies, and a new, healthy cell is formed. Cancer cells disrupt this cycle by growing exponentially, crowding normal cells and causing large tumors wherever they grow.According to Ayurveda, Cancer occurs in the body when all three Doshas are out of balance, making it a Tridoshic disease. Furthermore, it is caused by the buildup of toxin, known as Ama, which is accumulated over years of improper diet and regimen, which having been deposited in each cell, causes it to malfunction.


Yoga & Exercises That May Help Combat Cellulite

Cottage cheese should only be a reference for the actual food, because no woman should ever have to worry about her thighs looking like a dimpled, lumpy food. Unfortunately it happens — even to the most avid exercisers and dieters. In fact, 90 percent of women suffer this condition in industrial nations. So, let’s first look at the cause to understand the solution.

Triphala – A Balancing Formula for Detoxification and Rejuvenation

Literally meaning “three fruits”, triphala is a traditional Ayurvedic herbal formulation consisting of three fruits native to the Indian subcontinent: Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica) and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula). Benefits of Triphala Assists natural internal cleansing* Gently maintains regularity* Nourishes and rejuvenates the tissues* Supports healthy digestion and absorption* Natural antioxidant* Triphala is most … Continue reading Triphala – A Balancing Formula for Detoxification and Rejuvenation

Cure Back Pain Fast | Yoga for a bad back

Back pain is one of the leading medical complaints amongst people nowadays. Yoga, Mantra Therapy and Ayurveda effectively treat Back Pain.

Get rid of Cellulite naturally with Ayurveda

Cellulite, a rough and tough skin condition, despised by most women (and men) can be quite a nuisance. It not only affects the way the human body looks, but also a person's self confidence. Suddenly healthy, glowing, elasticated skin starts looking dimply, uneven and saggy. The 'Orange Peel syndrome' or 'Cottage Cheese Skin' are the names popularly given to Cellulite. In medical terms, Cellulite is known as Adiposis Edematosa. It refers to excessive deposition of fat in the layers of the skin. What are the causes of Cellulite? 1. Lack of Exercise 2. Improper diet - excessive intake of Sugars, Carbohydrates and Fats 3. Improper Sleep Cycle 4. Sleeping during the day 5. Stagnancy - Sitting in one position for most of the day 6. Smoking 7. Excessive Alcohol intake 8. Pregnancy 9. Slow Metabolism 10. Hormonal Changes 11. Uncomfortable, tight clothing 12. High-Stress Lifestyle 13. Obesity, Diabetes Mellitus, Hypothyroidism etc How to Prevent Cellulite? Cellulite occurs in the vast majority of people today. It is not something to be ashamed of or embarrassed about. Ayurveda believes in the prevention of a condition before going about treating it. So one of the key factors to preventing AND treating Cellulite, is to take a conscious look at your diet and regimen. Are you consuming enough fruits and vegetables? Are you over-indulging in the sweet treats? Are you getting plenty sleep and doing exercise regularly? Treating the cause is the base to removing Cellulite altogether. It is important to get a protein & fiber-rich diet, drink 8-10 glasses of water daily, consume healthy fats like Coconut Oil, Sesame Oil & Ghee, and go to bed by 10pm at the latest. Also its essential to meditate & calm the mind for atleast 20 minutes each day to curb the negativity of our stressful lives. Ayurvedic Treatment for Cellulite In addition to the above mentioned preventative measures, one should massage the affected areas daily with Sesame Oil. This heating oil will help to digest the accumulated fat, whilst promoting healthy growth of skin by repairing damaged, loose tissue. After doing this daily massage, known as Abhyanga in Ayurveda, you may gently steam the area for 5-10 minutes. Swedana, as it is known in Vedic texts, promotes circulation and blood flow, which will help to heal damaged tissue and remove toxins from the skin. It is also important to exercise for at least 30 minutes each day. Weight training will help to tone the muscles and improve elasticity of the skin. Also doing Yoga Asanas strengthen the body and firm up the saggyness. At least 20 rounds of Surya Namaskar must be done daily.