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AGNI AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN HOMEOSTASIS

Agni -According to the fundamental principle of ayurveda, agni has an important role to play in the physiological functioning of body
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Updates Of Female Infertility (Fertility In Women)

Female infertility: It affects an estimated 48 million women with the highest prevalence of infertility affecting people in South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa/Middle East, Central/Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
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Milk And Its Properties

Milk is sweet in taste and has a metabolic effect. Unctuous in nature, it helps increase vitality and tissue formation. Effective for pacifying Ayurveda vata and pitta doshas.
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BALA (Kurunthotti)

Kurunthotti (Kurumtotti, Bala, Mallow; Sida Cordifolia) is an Indian medicinal plant, used extensively for Ayurvedic therapies. The root of the herb is known as a good tonic and immune modulator, for balancing vata doshas.
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Sangupushpam (APARAJITA)

Sangu Pushpam (Shankupushpam, Sangu Poo, Aparajita, Butterfly Pea; Clitoria Ternatea) is a medicinal plant. A good tranquilizing/sedative agent, Shankupushpam is widely used in Ayurveda, as a brain tonic.
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Ashoka (Saraca Asoca) - Medicinal Plant

Ashoka or Asoka (Saraca Asoca, Caesalpinioideae) is a medicinal herb/plant with ample health benefits; used in Ayurveda for different treatment and procedures.
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