Ayurvedic skincare The skin or the integumentary system is the largest organ of the body and involves the skin, hair, and nails. Ayurveda refers to skin disorders as Kustha, and literally means that which alters the complexion of the body.
The application of herbal oil is the heart of Ayurvedic treatment. Oiling the body is a great way to keep the skin soft, supple and beautiful. Herbal oil massage offers great benefits; it normalizes vata and pitta, increases immunity, strengthens bones and muscles, nourishes skin cells, increases longevity, improves the quality of vision, speech, and sleep. It is simply anti-aging.
Arya Vaidya Sala (AVS) classical Ayurvedic oils are made from sesame, coconut, castor or mustard oil
In Ayurveda, medicated oils and ghritam (medicated ghee) are prepared using specific processes and principles described in detail in the classical Ayurvedic texts. These remedies are used by Ayurvedic physicians for many kinds of disorders affecting the different systems of the human body.
Ayurvedic self massage (abhyanga) with warmed, herbal oil is an excellent way to get in touch with your body and mind. It gives you time to check in with yourself and find areas that need special attention. Besides leaving you feeling warm, cared for and refreshed, abhyanga soothes your nervous and endocrine systems, rejuvenates your skin, tones muscles, eliminates impurities, promotes youthfulness, reduces the effects of stress, is relaxing and just feels terrific. Overall it's wonderful!
Convenient, "easy to use" tablets, granules, syrups, and gels for many common ailments.
Chitraka Asavam is a liquid Ayurvedic medicine used often in the healing process of many different diseases, especially piles, inflammation and digestive problems. It is considered one of the most powerful digestive and carminative remedies used in Ayurveda. It is also used to help treat leucoderma, psoriasis, hemorrhoids, dermatitis and anemia, and is used to aid in healthy weight loss. It is a well-rounded formula that we make according to the classical Ayurvedic texts. Read the rest of this article to find out more about Chitraka Asavam and dosages for different diseases.
Constipation is a major problem in modern society. With a diet that is commonly made up of refined and processed food and a stressful lifestyle that promotes being constantly on-the-go, many people think that having a bowel movement every couple of days, experiencing difficulty eliminating and feeling that a bowel movement is incomplete is not an issue. But constipation is a major contributor to many other diseases and disorders. This article, geared toward Ayurvedic doctors and practitioners, describes the definition of constipation as well as practices and specific herbal remedies for different types and severity of indigestion. Click the link to read more!