Ayurvedic Treatment For Sinusitis

Sinusitis is inflammatory condition of air spaces within our face bone called paranasal sinuses. In this article (Ayurvedic Treatment for sinusitis) we will discuss on symptoms and remedy of sinusitis through Ayurvedic approach. Sinusitis is very common in winter...

Dincharya: The Yogic Lifestyle

Dincharya or the daily lifestyle is a unique modality that has been prescribed in the textbooks of Ayurveda. It traverses and interconnects many different planes of the human body – The physical, mental and spiritual planes. Thus it brings the body in rhythm...

Oral Hygiene in Ayurveda

Ayurveda is not only a treatment system but it also advocates the preventative aspects of health. Its major aim is maintaining the healthy state of a healthy person. Dincharya has scientifically organized daily performable activities for a person to maintain their...

Essential Oils: Adding Essence to Life

Essential oils are basically a form of lipids which contains volatile aroma constituents found in plants. They go by various names including volatile oils, ethereal oils, aetherolea or simply put oils of plants. The oil is called essential oil in the sense that it...

Swarna Prasana: Ayurvedic Approach to Immunization

Sushruta and Vagvata have given us hints that immunology was prevalent in the ancient day and age. These Ayurveda experts explained about the use of Swarna (gold) in Jatakarma (the process of initial stabilization of the baby immediately after birth) which is called...

The Three Gunas: Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas

In addition to three Doshas that form the physiological constitution, Ayurveda recognizes three psychic energies or Gunas that governs the mind and determines your psychological characters. When the three Gunas are balanced they keep the mind and, the body healthy....