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Tulsi (Holy Basil)

In Ayuveda, the medicinal and spritual attributes of tulsi are described. It is known as the queen of herbs. Its botanical name is Ocimum Sanctum and belongs to mint family.Two types of tulsi are there, the greener variety is called Rama Tulsi and the greenish black variety is called Krishna Tulsi.
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HOW TO BE YOUR ONE DAY IN AYURVEDA

Everyone should follow a healthy daily routine to get an energetic day.It is called as Dinacharya in Sanskrit. Din means “day” and acharya means “to follow”. Ayurveda suggests a discipline which removes doshas from our body and make it immunable. Three doshas and time of a day.
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Ayurvedic Treatment for Diabetes

Diabetes is a lifestyle disease caused due to excessive glucose content in the blood. Pancreas is the organ which produces insulin. The increase in blood sugar releases insulin from the pancreas into the blood stream. It is because of either the insulin production is inadequate, or because the body's cells do not respond properly to the produced insulin.
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FATTY LIVER-TREATEMENT IN AYURVEDA

Liver is an organ which can accumulate fat underneath the skin which can lead to a disease known as fatty leaver or Steatosis. In Ayurveda, the liver is considered a pitta organ,which is essential to digestion and elimination. Balanceing of pitta dosha helps the liver’s ability to flush toxins from the body.
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IMPORTANCE OF TURMERIC IN AYURVEDA

Turmeric is a medicinal herb that has a lot of medicinal values. Purifying blood, treatment of skin diseases, heart, liver, lung diseases, arthritis, cancer, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, gastro intestinal diseases etc are some of them. Turmeric is a good container of Vitamin B6 and Vitamin C, and minerals like calcium, zinc, manganese, iron, potassium, copper, and magnesium. Turmeric has the tastes of pungent, bitter, and astringent and they are essential for balancing the Kapha dosha.
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AYURVEDIC HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

Maintaining the equilibrium of body elements are the main objective of Ayurveda. Ayurveda maintains a holistic approach to health. According to the ancient medical science of Ayurveda we can refine our mind and body by using the following several lifestyles. Here they are
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