Tulsi: Elixir of Life

Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil, is referred to as an “elixir of life” in Ayurveda. Also thought to promote longevity, Tulsi helps balance hormones in the body. The herb benefits Type 2 diabetics by reducing blood glucose levels, and

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Know Your Mizāj: Eat and Live Accordingly

In the past decade, personalized medicine has emerged as one of the most promising developments in modern healthcare, offering an approach that tailors medical care and treatment to an individual’s unique characteristics, including a person’s molecular and genetic profile. From

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Need to Re-form Education in Unani Medicine

The practice of Unani system of medicine stretches all the way back in to the misty dawn of time. The Asia-Pacific database on Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) by Asia-Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO (ACCU) has deemed Unani System of Medicine

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Biofeedback in Spiritual Pursuits

When one is learning something new, something important, it is extremely helpful to have some external means of assessing one’s efforts.  It is essential, for this is how we establish true skill; it is also the surest means for progress

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Reclaiming African Herbalism

A lot of people nowadays are drawn to a holistic healing model because it involves the mind, body, and spirit, but all medicine used to be like this, even that which came from Europe. There was a strong connection to

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Booti of the Month : Punarnava

Punarnava, a herb used since time immemorial, for its unlimited medicinal properties. ‘Punar’ denotes restoring or regaining and ‘nava’ means new. As the name suggests, the herb possesses rejuvenating properties. It renews and revives the body system. Found all across

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Booti of the Month : Trikatu

A complimentary formula to Triphala, Trikatu means ‘three peppers’ or ‘three pungents’. It is a combination of Black Pepper (Piper nigrum), Indian Long Pepper (Piper longum) and Ginger (Zingiber officinale). While Triphala lends a hand to the lower GI tract,

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Booti of the Month : Haridra – The Antidote

Modern medicine is much advanced in treating such conditions, but has its own limitation, may help for certain extent but to eradicate and to give permanent cure, remedies are being found from other systems of medicines which are safe and

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