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.
Fennel seeds are amazing for solving digestion issues, such as bloating, nausea, cramps and weak digestion. They are also excellent for freshening the breath and helping to digest and metabolize food. If you've ever overate, you know exactly how uncomfortable it can feel. Take a teaspoon of fresh fennel seeds immediately after your meal, to help alleviate the discomfort and pain.
Having a warm beverage during a long flight, or frequent travel does wonders for the body. In Ayurveda, it is believed that Vata Dosha gets severely aggravated when the body is made to travel long distances. This results in pain, fatigue and the very dreaded jetlag that follows. To avoid the nuisances of aggravated Vata, try to stick to warm beverages, rather than cold ones, (especially with ice). A good cup of tea should have a pinch of black pepper. The warming qualities of Black Pepper counteract bloating, gas, constipation and overall discomfort and keeps Vata Dosha in balance.
Ayurvedic Health Tips : Putting warm Mustard Oil in your ears, relieves earache and nourishes the facial muscles and nerves. DoctorSashina.com
Ayurveda is the world's oldest medical science, which finds its roots in Vedic Indian culture. It is more than 5000 years old, and comprises of specific and highly accurate methods of diagnosis and treatment protocol for almost every known disease.