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ANU TAILAM FOR THE AYURVEDIC TREATMENT – NASYA

Anu tailam is an Ayurvedic herbal oil used for Nasya treatment. Before starting the nasya treatment, a smooth head and face massage is required. After that the anu tailam is instill in to each nostril drop by drop. Number of drops depends upon the disease condition of the patient. It is mainly used for the treatment of headache, but in addition to this, it is used for the treatment of strengthen the eyes,
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NETRA TARPAN- AYURVEDIC EYES REJUVENATION

Eye is the most important and sensitive organ in our body. Use of computer and the stress and strain of today’s life cause some disorders in the health of eye. Netra Tarpan is the procedure of nourishes the eyes using Ayurvedic herbs. It is also known as Akshi Tarpan. Some of the benefits of this treatment are Nayane Tamyati, Abhisyanda,Vata pittaja roga, Abhighata, Netra shushkata, Arjuna etc..
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AYURVEDIC TREATEMENT FOR PIMPLES

Black spots and pimples are found in human faces of any age group. This is because in oily skin the dirst and dust particles are grouped in some areas of the face. So many treatements are available including Laser treatement. This may have so many side effects. But we have a lot of Ayurvedic home remedies which help to get rid of these pimples and dark spot. Some of them are:
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HEAVY AND LIGHT FOODS

Generally all the foods can be classified into HEAVY and LIGHT. While talking about this concept a frequent doubt that arises in one’s mind is its actual significance. Whenever we eat food we forget that the food we eat should be digested to its basic molecules. Then only can it be absorbed by the system and later converted into energy. Thus more than what we eat, it is really important that the things we eat gets digested properly.
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PREPARATION OF TRIPHALA CHURNA

Introduction to Triphala In Ayurveda, Triphala is a combinatio of three fruits named Harad, Baheda and Amla. All these herbs taken in a defined ration to produce Triphala powder. It is good for Vata dosha(Haritaki), Kabha dosha(Bibhitaki) and Pitta dosha(Amalaki).
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MEDICINAL VALUES OF CURRY LEAVES IN AYURVEDA

Curry Leaves have a lot of medicinal values as well as it is used to provide flavor to our food. Curry leaves are rich with carbohydrates, energy, fiber, calcium, phosphorous, iron, copper, and minerals and various vitamins like vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin E, antioxidants, plant sterols, amino acids, glycosides, and flavonoids.
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