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Ayurvedic Guide for Monsoon skin problems

Monsoon season is the time of the year when the intense heat of summer is washed away with the cold drizzles of the rain. Such is this season that it wakes the child in every adult the moment it rains. No wonder how much we love drenching in the rain, it also leaves our skin exposed to allergies and infections. As moisture and dirt are the two major factors behind the skin problems, we need to keep our skin clean and dry. Not only can these problems affect our facial beauty but also have adverse effects on mental health.

02 Jul 2021


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The Magic of Mudras

Yoga Mudras are the hand gestures which are formed to facilitate flow of energy in the body and mind for optimal health. Derived from the Sanskrit words- ‘Muda’ & ‘Dra,’ which mean “something that dissolves duality & brings union between the Divine and the Yogi”. The practice of Mudras carries spiritual goals of channelling the energy flow of your body. Hereby, Shreevarma brings you some powerful meditation mudras and how to use them to improve your mental energy and increase your overall health.

02 Jul 2021


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No Hair fall this Rainfall

Monsoon season, according to Ayurveda, is one of the most important seasons as it is the time of the year when our immunity is at its lowest and our body is vulnerable to various infections and skin allergies. During the same season, our hair is also at its weakest as monsoon brings out the infectious microbes that grow in the water. There are several hair problems that we are susceptible to during monsoons, such as dandruff, flakiness, itchiness, and hair loss, to mention a few. Hereby, Shreevarma brings you Ayurvedic tips and remedies to combat hair problems this monsoon.

30 Jun 2021


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Monsoon Ayurveda Special- Panchkarma treatment best-suited for the wet weather

Monsoon season is the time of the year when the warmth of summer is soothed by the cold drizzles of rain. This season is given importance in Ayurveda as our body becomes vulnerable to infections and viruses during monsoon. Monsoon aggravates the Pitta or functional energy in the body and drains out the vital fluid or Ojas from our system. It leads to several problems such as weakness, breathlessness, physical discomfort and more. Therefore, Shreevarma brings you some Panchkarma treatments that are best suited for the wet weather.

30 Jun 2021


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Healthy Mind is the key to Healthy Body

Ayurveda was the first ancient science in the world that recognised the interrelationship between our mind and body. As our mind and body are interrelated, whatever affects the mind will manifest in the body as well and affect our health. In modern times, we do not prioritize our mind’s health, unaware of the fact that a healthy mind is the key to a healthy body. Therefore, Shreevarma suggests you some Ayurvedic cures to keep your mind healthy and calm.

19 Jun 2021


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Boost your Immunity with Yoga Asanas this Monsoon

Yoga, which is considered as India’s greatest gift to mankind, has been helping people stay healthy since antiquity. This holistic approach to achieve a healthier mind and body helps us in more ways than we can imagine. From calming our mind to boosting our immunity, treating joint pain, regulating blood pressure, and more. A regular practice of Yoga ensures our good health and long life. And such is the popularity of this ancient Indian technique that today it is practiced in every corner of the world. This 21st of June, on the occasion of International Yoga day, Shreevarma community brings you the Yoga asanas to practice this monsoon.

18 Jun 2021


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Shreevarma's insight to Blood Purifying Herbs

Blood donation is an act of human kindness, which is acknowledged every year on 14th June as World Blood Donor day. This important day is about raising awareness of the safe blood’s requirement and to appreciate this beautiful gesture. Blood not only saves millions of lives but plays an important role in transporting nutrients, hormones, and oxygen to the tissues. To ensure proper functioning of our body, we should make sure to keep our blood purified and free of toxins. This World Blood Donor Day, Shreevarma brings you some Ayurvedic herbs which can help you purify your blood.

11 Jun 2021


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Monsoon Ritucharya with Shreevarma

Rainy season is the much awaited time of the year which we all look forward to throughout the summer. As monsoon brings down the temperature with rainfall, our digestive system and immunity tend to weaken. If we do not change our lifestyle and diet accordingly, it might cause us various seasonal infections and allergies. Thus, it becomes very important for us to follow the monsoon ritucharya to avoid these problems. This rainy season, Shreevarma brings you the monsoon ritucharya, with which you can boost your immunity and stay healthy throughout the monsoon.

11 Jun 2021


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Shreevarma’s Ayurvedic Guide to Safe & Healthy Eating:

As per Ayurveda, good health starts with a good diet, and a good diet starts with healthy food & right eating habits. Ayurveda believes food to be as powerful as medicine, when consumed properly. Therefore, we should give attention to our daily diet, which should be in accordance with the Ayurvedic dietary principles. On the occasion of World Food Safety Day, celebrated on June 7th Shreevarma brings you the Ayurvedic guide to healthy and safe eating habits...

05 Jun 2021


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The 5 Elements of Nature

The science of Ayurveda is inspired by nature and its constituents. We may observe the same with the cycles of the day, seasons, qualities, interactions of elements, and phases of life to feel our internal rhythms & adapt with the nature. Ayurveda concentrates on balancing the elements of nature- Air, Water, Ether, Fire, and Earth, both externally & internally, leading to a natural way of living. It helps us with tools for balancing our outer ecology with our inner ecology in order to create harmony and balance from within...

05 Jun 2021


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Introduction to Panchakarma

The Indian system of medicine, Ayurveda tradition has been existing from time immemorial. It is present in the vogue to administer for various diseases. On the basis of strong fundamental theory, Oriental technique, the Ayurveda structure was nurtured by ancient scholars. The healing technique of Ayurveda is believed to be more close to nature. Samshodhana Chikista (Bio-Cleansing) and Samshaman Chikista (pacifying therapy) are the two major classifications of treatment in Ayurveda. Shodhan Chikitsa, also known as waste elimination therapy, is performed when the body accumulates unnecessary toxins and is unable to excrete these toxic substances naturally.

08 Jun 2021


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How to Cleanse the body through Ayurvedic approach

The word "detox" has recently become increasingly popular in entirely different fields of human life, from the practice sector to the health food industry. Ayurvedic medicine focuses extensively on purifying the body of toxins and is present in the form of advanced medicinal complexes such as Panchakarma sessions and everyday practice. Detoxification involves relaxing, cleansing and nourishing the body. This involves eliminating toxins from the body and then providing them with healthy nutrients. It can help to shield you from...

10 Dec 2020


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Know About Ayurveda

Ayurveda, "the science of life," is one of the ancient holistic healing systems of medicine in the world based on the principles of a healthy lifestyle. Its origin goes back to the sacred Vedas which are considered the oldest scriptures on the human wisdom and civilization. CONCEPT OF TRIDOSHAS The basic theory of Ayurveda is based on natural laws. As in this universe, there are three basic entities for its functioning i.e., air, Sun and Moon. In the same way, for...

14 Dec 2020


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Understanding Diabetes in An Ayurvedic Approach

Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder characterized by high blood glucose levels associated with other manifestations resulting from defects in insulin secretion, insulin action, or both. It resembles “Prameha” in Ayurveda. The Sanskrit root word “Meha” literally means ‘to micturate’ (urination). It is prefixed by ‘Pra’, meaning excess. The main characteristic feature of the disease “Premeha” is excessive frequent urination. As far as the Ayurvedic system is concerned, understanding the disease and how it can cure chronic and unresolved...

15 Dec 2020


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Boost your liver health with Ayurveda

World Liver Day: Boost your liver health with Ayurveda Liver, as per Ayurveda is one of the most important organs of the human body. It performs not one but many crucial functions, such as filtration & detoxification of blood, while playing a significant role in digestion & metabolism. In Vedas, liver is mentioned under the names of 'Yakna' or 'Takima' along with many other synonyms such as Jyotisthana, Kalakhanda, Raktadhara, and Yakritpinda. By nature Ayurveda considers the liver as 'pittic'...

19 Apr 2021


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26 Apr 2021


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Mothers who touched the lives of million

Mothers who touched the lives of millions: Ayurveda states a mother as the only being in this world who is parallel to the divine nature. The bond of a mother with her child is so special that it goes beyond societal norms, and is based on pure love. She can take different forms, such as a yogini, a saint, and more, and love her disciples as her children. In celebration of Mother’s Day on the 9th of May, the Shreevarma family...

09 May 2020


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An Insight into the Life of Buddha

Buddha Purnima marks the day when Gautama Buddha, founder of Buddhism, attained his enlightenment under the Mahabodhi Tree in Bodh Gaya. This auspicious day, also known as Buddha Jayanti, falls on a full moon night and signifies the importance of liberation, peace, and enlightenment in our lives. Gautama Buddha, according to the scriptures, is the ninth incarnation of lord Vishnu, who appeared on earth with the purpose of spreading fraternity, knowledge, establishing the religion, and restoring the value of...

26 May 2020


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Beat the Heat and Stay Cool this Summer with Ayurveda | SHREEVARMA

We all wait for summer, as it brings us some of our favourite fruits and nutritious vegetables to enjoy. Summer not only shortens the night & increases the daytime but also affects our health & body. Summer season eventually increases dryness and heat that leads to a temperature rise in the body. With sweating we start to lose water in the body, which can cause dehydration, externally and internally. And this summer, Shreevarma brings you ayurvedic tips to help...

27 May 2020