Herbal steam inhalation is a great way to help open congested sinuses and bronchial airways caused by a cold, flu, or allergy. Herbal steams are also used before Nasya therapies to help open the nasal airway.
The steam from the boiling water is often sufficient to help congestion; however, by adding herbs that help respiratory disorders, the effect is far more notable.
As the number of coronavirus COVID-19 cases in India keeps rising steadily, the Ayush Ministry has come up with an 'Ayuraksha Kit' to save the officers of the Delhi Police from further infections. The campaign, a joint venture between Delhi Police and the Ayush Ministry is called 'Corona se Jung, Delhi Police ke sang'.
What Defines Immunity? Wikipedia defines immunity in biomedical terms as the following. “In biology, immunity is the balanced state of multicellular organisms having adequate biological defenses to fight infection, disease, or other unwanted biological invasions, while having adequate tolerance to avoid allergy and autoimmune diseases."
Strong digestive health is key to maintaining immunity and resiliency to disease. When digestion is weak, we experience symptoms of gas, bloating, indigestion, constipation, and diarrhea. These symptoms are signaling digestion is weak. This increases your risk for all kinds of diseases and premature aging.
This is a tasty recipe made from raw turmeric root and is very healthy. Turmeric is said to cure the whole person and is useful for digestive complaints, liver and blood disorders, fevers, sore throat, respiratory congestion, and overall anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial.
Turmeric Pickle is used as a condiment for many types of grain, legume or vegetable dishes.
Improving the immunity and resiliency of your whole family is a vital step toward safeguarding their overall health. With regular use, C-health not only boosts immunity it reduces the effects of physical and mental stress.
With the onset of cold weather, our ability to stay healthy is challenged. It’s especially true when the same ill-symptom occurs at the same time every year. Learning to recognize the early signals your body provides is key to preventing deeper health issues.
Prevention is the primary goal of Ayurveda, and being aware of the early symptom signals your body provides is essential. At the beginning of winter, the cold drying effects of vata are felt, as winter progresses the deeper cold of kapha settles in. This transition challenges our strength and immunity and manifests as colds, cough, fever, headache, sinus congestion, constipation, indigestion, insomnia, itchy dry skin, and body pain and stiffness