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Day 1: Ayurveda Cleanse first day reflections

Day 1 of my cleanse was nothing short of an emotional roller coaster, which didn’t seem to settle down until I got to my yoga mat at 6pm. 209 more words


My Fall Ayurvedic Cleanse Begins Tomorrow

Ayurveda, or “the science of life”, is a form of Hindu traditional medicine.

I started hearing the term “Ayurveda” thrown around from time to time during our some of our YTT discussions. 268 more words


Holy Basil or Tulsi can cure many diseases because of its special feature of absorb and emit God frequencies present in the universe.

The plant Tulsi or Holy Basil (Botanical name Ocimum Sanctum) belongs to family Lamiaceae. It is a tropical plant which grows as weed and also cultivated. 497 more words


Koflet Syrup is used for the treatment of cough

Himalaya Koflet Cough Remedy Syrup is best natural syrup in India. It has dynamic hostile to unfavorably susceptible, antimicrobial and invulnerable altering properties. It contains dynamic fixings like Honey (Madhu), Holy Basil (Tulasi) and Licorice (Yashtimadhu) at your preference. 242 more words

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Ayurvedic Herbal karnim medicine online in affordable rate

KARNIM cases, the best diabetes administration supplement. In the event that you are influenced by Diabetes Mellitus and are non insulin dependent then you also can profit from this special supplement. 267 more words


Common Benefits of Triphala for a Healthy Digestive System

Triphala literally means ‘three fruits’ (tri = three, phala = fruits). It is a mixture composed of the three essential myrobalans. They are:-

(i) Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) 103 more words


Story of Mahanavami Dibba, Historical platform for Dasara Celebrations at Hampi, from Vijayanagara times - Part1

Year: October, 1514 AD

Place: Entrance of Royal Enclosure, Vijayanagar (Current Day Hampi)

Event: Mahanavami (Dasara)

Myself (Rama Shastri), my wife Manasamudra and son Abhicharaka reached the venue in a bullock cart at around 11am from a nearby village Uttarapuram. 1,202 more words