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COLD, COUGH AND UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION

COLD, COUGH AND UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION

by Kottakkal Support September 07, 2020

We now have a full range of products helpful for Cold & Cough with the arrival of two new products, Sitopaladi Churnam and Vasakot Syrup 100 ml. Please click on the article to know more.

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MANAGING COUGHS AND BRONCHITIS

MANAGING COUGHS AND BRONCHITIS

by Kottakkal Support August 02, 2020

A well-known herb Talisa Pathra (abies webbiana) also known as Himalayan Silver Fir is a conifer tree from the Himalayan regions of India. This is one of the main ingredients used in Ayurvedic formulas for managing coughs and opening respiratory airways.

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COUGHS COLDS ALLERGIES

COUGHS COLDS ALLERGIES

by Kottakkal Support April 12, 2020

"The most common complaint next to digestive disorders is respiratory disorders. The respiratory system is not only vulnerable to inhaling pathogens, it is also vulnerable to dust, pollen, and pollution. Many people who experience a respiratory cold end up with a chronic cough that lingers. People with allergies also often experience a chronic cough."

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RESPIRATORY HEALTH

RESPIRATORY HEALTH

by Kottakkal Support March 22, 2020

Kapha’s qualities are damp, cold, soft, sticky, jelly-like, heavy, blocking and stable. These qualities naturally accumulate over the winter but are readily felt during the Spring.

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SPRING IS KAPHA

SPRING IS KAPHA

by Kottakkal Support June 24, 2019

Our bodies are continually exposed to natural seasonal changes, which has a direct effect on how we feel. In nature kapha is called soma, it is all things cooling and nourishing. Things like the moon, forests, freshwater or plant nectar all represent kapha in our external environment. When the season is providing an abundance of cold, rainy, snowy weather there is greater potential for kapha vṛddhi (increased kapha). In our internal environment kapha performs both normal and abnormal opposing activities, such as sturdiness or looseness, nourishment or leanness, enthusiasm or laziness, potency or impotency, wisdom or ignorance, and many other opposing pairs.

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The Common Cold: For Ayurvedic Practitioners

The Common Cold: For Ayurvedic Practitioners

by Kottakkal Support July 15, 2017

As summer fades and autumn steps in to take its place, colds and flus become commonplace. For many people getting sick is even expected! A long summer spent out in the sun, perhaps combined with alcohol consumption, an irregular schedule and disturbed sleep from traveling and late night social events can quickly create a build-up of ama in the system and weaken Agni while unbalancing the Doshas. Hence the rise in the number of your clients that come to you complaining about a cold or flu they can’t seem to shake. Read more for a list of practices and Ayurvedic medicines to prevent and recover from a cold! 

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