Our weight and our heart are tied together when it comes to our overall health. Obesity happens when medo dhatu, or fat tissue, starts to increase, according to Ayurveda.An unhealthy diet and lifestyle are two of the main contributors to obesity, Ayurveda says. The annarasa, product of digestion, becomes overly sweet and this causes improper digestion (mandagni) and the result is the accumulation of sneha, or fat.
At one point in our lives, most of us have probably struggled with getting good sleep. Insomnia and chronic fatigue are common problems in our modern lives. Sometimes, loss of sleep is temporary, like staying up late traveling or studying for a test. Other times, it’s chronic—and that’s when real health problems can arise.
Kshirabala Tailam is most renowned in the Ayurvedic community for managing all types of acute and chronic rheumatic disorders. We have three different Kshirabala products for whatever your needs may be! The oils can be administered both internally and externally and comes in 200 ml bottles and 5-liter cartons from Kottakkal Ayurveda.
Vidaryadi is wonderful rejuvenating Ayurveda herb and its products are used in various health problems.
Many companies make different variants. Kottakkal has ghritams, kashayams, kwathams, asavas and lehams with vidaryadi in them. We have all of those available now except for asavams and kashayams. Some companies make churnams with vidaryadi also.If there is a demand, we can keep Asava also as well as liquid Kashayam although we keep this product in tablet form.
Asthma, also known as shwasa, is a chronic respiratory tract disorder that obstructs the normal airflow in the lungs. Having an asthma attack can be a scary and uncomfortable experience!Ayurveda has a similar disorder called shwasa, described by Caraka in Chikitsa Sthana Chapter 17. Shwasa is caused by aggravated vayu along with vitiated kapha, obstructing the channels of prana, udaka and annavaha. Ayurveda also suggests multiple different products, herbal remedies and practices depending on the different type of shwasa.