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Ritu Sandhi

Ritu Sandhi Ritu here is season and sandhi is junction of two things. Transition between two ritus is called as ritusandhi. Seasonal changes bring environmental changes. These changes may cause many health hazards. In Ayurveda, seven days at the beginning and end of a season is known as Ritu...

Ritu Sandhi

Takra

Takra (Buttermilk) as important diet in Ayurveda Buttermilk is often used as diet in Ayurveda. Buttermilk has been given importance as amrita (nectar) to human beings. There is simile given as nectar for gods and goddesses, buttermilk is for human beings. It is considered as a digestive divine drink....

Takra (Buttermilk) as important diet in Ayurveda

Tikta Ghrita

Tikta ghrita Medicated Ghrita which is prepared out of bitter drugs like nimbi- azadirectaindica, Patola- trichosanthes dioica, Vyaghri-solanum xathocarpum, Guduchi-tinospora cordifolia, Vasaka- adathoda vasica, Patha- cissampelos parirea etc. According to Ayurveda bitter taste has Light, dry, cooling, cleansing properties. Bitter taste shows predominance of ether and air. It is...

Tikta Ghrita

Snehapana

Consuming medicated Sneha (unctuous substances) in different doses depending on strength of disease and patient is called as snehapana. In Ayurveda, there are 4 dosage schedules indicated for snehapana. The four dosage schedules indicated for Snehapana according to Ayurveda are: Pravara matra – Sneha digest in 24 hrs Madhya...

Snehapana (Internal Oleation)

Ginger

Ginger is one among the appetizers used in Ayurveda and in traditional Indian Cooking. It is used in many different appetizing formulations. It is a spice with specific qualities like aphrodisiac with a pungent taste, mild laxative with an absorbing property, even though pungent drugs are mostly unaphrodisiacs and...

Ginger in Ayurveda

Fasting and Ayurveda

Secret of a happy and healthy life is to live a life free from ama (toxins). Ayurveda explained many procedures to be free from ama. langhana is one among six therapeutic procedures of Ayurveda to get rid of disease. Fasting is one among langhana. if a patient is suffering...

Fasting and Ayurveda

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