Tips for Prevention of COVID – 19

Corona viruses are a group of viruses that affects respiratory system causing various respiratory disorders. Present outbreak is found to be due to a group of viruses called novel Corona Virus (nCoV). Spread of this virus can happen from animals to man and from man to man.


• Fever
• Cough
• Sore throat
• Headache
• Shortness of breath
• Bronchitis
• Pneumonia

In Ayurvedic classics, it has been mentioned about Aupasargika Rogas i.e. communicable & contagious diseases in which it has been said that it can be transmitted by touch or breath, or by means of close contacts like partaking of the same bed, and eating and drinking out of the same vessel with him, or through using the wearing apparel, unguents and garlands of flowers previously used by a person afflicted with this dreadful disease. In Ayurveda there is a term called “Srotas” i.e Channel or paths which carry vital nutrients to various organs. The Srotas also acts as one of the important factors in pathogenesis of diseases, as it is said that diseases are caused because of the obstruction in the Srotas. Pranavahasrotas (respiratory system) gets vitiated because of various reasons like Raja (dust particles which are visible or may not visible, containing viruses), Dhuma (smoke containing air pollutants), Sheetasthana (cold Environment). These particles when enters through mouth and nose develops disease like kasa (cough), Shwas (Breathing problems like cough or throat irritation), pratishaya (Running or stuffy nose) which are similar to that of corona virus.

Preventive Measures : Covid 19/Corona Virus

• Use of surgical mask or N95 respirator mask to safeguard from exposure to virus.
• Wash your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
• Always cover your nose and mouth with a handkerchief or tissue while coughing or sneezing.
• Avoid close contact with persons having any infection or disease.
• While greeting someone, try to greet them with Namaste instead of shaking hands.
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
• Travelling to another city or country has to avoid unless it’s an unavoidable trip.
• Avoid places with large crowds like festivals, movie theatres, shopping malls etc until there is a decline in spread of the virus.
• Intake healthy foods and drinks. Always keep yourself hydrated.

Some preventive measures in Ayurveda

• Boosting your immunity can prevent any infection to some extent. Rasayanas like Chyavanaprash, Brahma rasayana, Vasa avaleha are beneficial to improve immunity
• Various preparations of Giloy- Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia) like swarasa (juice)/ guduchi kwath (decoction)/ guduchi churna / samshamani tablet can be taken twice daily as a preventive medicine.
• Daily intake of Tulsi ginger tea is good.
• Intake of food processed with turmeric, cinnamon, elaichi, black pepper should be consumed daily.
• Nasal application of Anu oil/any oil/ any ghee can be done daily.
• Gargle with lukewarm water processed with turmeric and rock salt.
• Hand wash with lemon and hot water frequently will work as a sanitizer
• Dhoopana (Fumigation) can be done in homes with Guggulu/vacha/agaru/jatamansi/ hawanchurna/ Lobanas a mode of disinfection.

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PCOS (Poly cystic ovarian syndrome) is a very prevalent hormonal disorder in women and the leading cause of female fertility. It is a group of symptoms due to elevated male hormones in females. The hormonal imbalance and metabolism issues linked with PCOS may impact overall health, adversely affect fertility and raise chances for other health problem including diabetes and blood pressure.

Irregular menstruation, heavy bleeding, excessive hair growths on face and body, obesity, hair thinning, acne, anxiety, dark brown or black patches on skin etc. are the symptoms of PCOS.

As per Ayurveda PCOS is due to the obstruction of rasa, rakta and medovaha channels by excess kapha dosha and body stores them in form of cysts around ovaries.

• Take cinnamon powder, Tulsi, Cumin, Basil, Fenugreek, Neem to manage insulin resistance and hormonal imbalance.
• Take herbal compound – Varuna, Ashoka, pippalimoola, Shatavari, Punarnava, Aswagandha- 1tsp before food twice daily with warm water.
• Panchakarama: Vamana (emesis), Virechana (purgation), Utara basti, Yogabasti (enema)
• Herbal medicines such as Panchakola choorna, Kanchanara Guggulu, Triphala guggulu, Chandraprabha vati, Varanadi kashayam, Lomashatana oil etc. can be used.
• Take 3 timely and regular meals.
• Reduce oily, sweet and spicy food items. Take more leafy vegetables.
• Avoid sleeping after lunch or during daytime.
• Prefer to drink warm water throughout the day.
• Avoid soy and its products and meat.
• Prefer to take herbal tea instead of milk tea or coffee.
• Strictly avoid bakery products, burger and pizza.
• Tress is also a common cause of hormonal disorders. So avoid stress.
• Do some physical exercise daily for 1 hour. Do yoga and pranayama

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Dry eyes

In this modern life era due to the changes in life style, using of mobiles, computer, and excess mental stress provokes tiredness of eye muscles and leads to low secretion of tears. It creates couple of eye irritations such as scratched eyes, redness, foreign body sensation, etc. Mostly young generation is affected with these issues due to the nature of job.

So few life style changes are beneficial to cure dry eyes permanently.

1) Blink over and over Again;- People blinks less than normal while reading, using computer, driving etc. So make an effort to blink more often to provide some relief from dry eyes.
2) Proper sleep of 6-8 hours gives the optimum relief in the symptoms of dry eyes.
3) Use of sun glasses while going outside helps to block exposure to the micro- elements like heat, dust, smoke, wind etc and save from external irritation.
4) Keep air devices such as hair dryers, fans, car heaters, away from direct eye contact.
5) Drink plenty of water and other fluids which can help to restore moisture to eyes.
6) It is important to try pre moistened eye lids cleansers or baby shampoo to keep eye lashes clean.
7) Avoid rubbing your eyes, as they can make dry eyes even worse.
8) Wash eyes with normal water for 3-4 times a day.
9) Avoid fast food, aerated cold drinks, tobacco, alcohol, and non-veg foods.
10) Consume more green vegetables and fruits with all good source of essential elements.

Simple tips to maintain eye health:

Home Remedies For Six Common Eye Problems:


 skipping your food?

Habitually you skipping your food??

Ayurveda suggest to gives special importance to Ahara (diet). Wholesome healthy and nutritive diet nourishes and strengthens the mind, body and soul.  According to Ayurveda, ahara is one among the three sub pillars of life.  The digestive capacity of different from person to person. Quality and quantity of appropriate of food are necessary for a healthy life. 

Proper quantities of food induces proper digestion, promotes maximum absorption of essential nutrients, gives strength and nourish the tissues of body. Commonalty obese person regularly skip or eat less quantity of food to reduce their weight. Also due to busy day to day schedules most people skips their meals which in turn leads to ailments of digestive system. By strengthening digestion, removing ama (toxic material), improving dietary habits, correction of lifestyle, lowering stress and regular exercise one can break the vicious cycle of obesity.  As per Ayurvedic  texts, when the quantity of food consumed is not enough and proper, the individuals strength, vigor, complexion and development suffer, immunity decrease, body, mind, sense organs are weakened and vitiation of vata dosha takes place. Vitiation of vata dosha may cause various types of diseases in our body like flatulence, hard stool, numbness, body ache, dryness of skin and depletion of tissue etc.

Some Tips if you are skipping your food?

• According to body constitution, one should eat 2 or 3 times meal in a day but avoid sweet, sour, cold and fatty diet in excess.
• Heavy foods has to be taken in half the quantity while light food can be taken in a quantity which shouldn’t bring satisfaction in excess.
• Take meals everyday almost around the same time, like our sleep and other daily activities so as to have a good digestive routine.
• Breakfast can be light in quantity, lunch in substantial quantity and dinner should be always very light.
• Always take fresh and warm meals. Avoid left overs and refrigerated foods and drinks.
• Avoid overeating and eating in between two meals.
• While taking food, concentrate on it. Watching TV, talking, working on computer , eating with a disturbed mind etc will cause less or more intake of food which will in turn affect body metabolism.
• Obese person should include coarse cereal like barley, green gram in their diet as well as food and drinks which neutralize vata, reduce kapha and fat is preferable.

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7 healthy tips for skin care in winter

Winter care for skin : In winter to reduce dryness, redness, itching, and keep skin more healthy and comfortable, try these tips –

• Application of plain oil or medicated herbal oil on full body before bath will be beneficial.

• Choose a moisturizer that has natural and nourishing ingredients. e.g. Shining cream.

• Use skin care masks and face packs having natural ingredients like honey, ghee, coconut oil, santalum, aloe vera and turmeric which help in maintaining the moisture levels of your skin.

• Protect skin from cold winds, rain and snow by wearing gloves and scarves.

• Use little warm water or water boiled with ginger, coriander can be very refreshing and hydrating at the same time.

• Wear good quality woolen cloths or try to avoid wool and rough clothing from directly touching your skin by wearing inner clothing.

• If gloves, socks, and pants become wet, be sure to remove them as soon as possible. That can further irritate your skin and cause itchiness.

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How Ayurveda can benefits our hair and skin?

Ayurveda can benefits our hair and skin ?

Everyone wants beautiful hair and skin. There are numerous products available in the market these days, which promise you to give that perfect hair and skin. However, these products come with harmful chemicals that are dangerous to our skin and hair in the long run. Moreover, everyone’s skin and hair are different and not every product may be suitable for everyone. Therefore, the promises, which these products made, may not be true.

In such situations, Ayurveda comes to the rescue. Ayurveda is a healing method, which has been there for centuries. The products used here are 100% natural and pure. The treatment is done based on your hair and skin type and not just the problem. Due to this approach, you will achieve complete satisfaction and 100% results. Ayurvedic products are completely safe to use and do not have any side effects.

Ayurvedic products that benefit our skin and hair –

Amla – Amla or gooseberry is an amazing product that has magical benefits on your skin as well as hair. It is a popular fruit found in India and is mostly available during the winter season. Amla can be used as it is as a fruit or made into juice, has numerous benefits, and helps in removing toxins from our body. Amla powder is available in the market that can be applied as a hair pack or a face pack, helps in hair fall, dandruff, grey hairs, and many skin problems.
•  Neem – Neem has many anti bacterial properties and has been used for ages. Each part of the neem tree is beneficial for the human body in many ways. Neem leaves can be boiled in water and consumed as a decoction, which is useful in digestion and provides numerous skin benefits, this decoction can also be used as a shampoo for cleansing the hair. Dried neem powder is used as a hair pack and face pack, which removes any bacteria from the skin and gives a glowing skin, this pack when used on hair, removes dandruff, lice and helps in building strong roots.
•  Ghee – Ghee has an amazing moisturizing effect. It is used as a moisturizer for massaging skin or hair and gives a smooth and shiny effect. Ghee is an amazing home remedy for chapped lips, dry skin or skin burn. Ghee can be mixed and heated along with fenugreek seeds or sesame seeds and massaged on hair, to get rid of dry hair and hair fall.
•  Tulsi – Tulsi is another magical plant, which has numerous benefits on the human body. Chewing tulsi leaves or boiling tulsi leaves in water and consuming cures many hair and skin problems. Tusli leaves can be boiled in oil and applied on hair to give a cooling effect. It also aids in digestion, which in turn benefits the skin.
•  Sesame seed oil – Sesame seed oil is also known as Gingelly oil is another product that works wonders on your skin and hair. It has been used since ages for smooth skin and lustrous hair. Sesame seed oil is rich in calcium, magnesium Vitamin E, etc, which gives skin and hair many benefits. The oil can be used for message newborn babies to old people to give them a smoother skin and stronger bones. Massaging the oil on the scalp makes the hair roots strong and gives shiny hair while reducing hair fall.


How Ayurveda can benefits our hair and skin?

Most of them are easy to use kitchen remedies, it is necessary to take care of health by consuming fresh fruits and vegetables, practicing yoga etc. To see an amazing effect on our health and body which will also be automatically reflected on skin and hair.

 Ayurvedic products are beneficial and safe for everyone to use. These do not contain any harmful chemicals or side effects. In recent years, many products have come with Ayurvedic properties in it. There are shampoos, creams, etc, which have many Ayurvedic medicinal properties. These products can be used after proper research and reviews. Apart from all these, it is also necessary to improve stress tolerance life for a healthier mind and body.

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5 Herbs to Help Treat Allergies Naturally

Have you ever suffered from an allergy and didn’t get a doctor’s appointment? Well, did you know that all you had to do was look in your kitchen’s mini garden or the spice box? According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, around 7.8% of American adults suffer from hay fever. As per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it is challenging to prevent allergies, but allergic reactions can be.

From food allergies to a sinus infection, there are different types of allergies. So, allergies being such a common condition, the treatments too should be accessible and straightforward. Here we have five natural herbs that help in alleviating the allergies. Read on!

1. Garlic

One of the best herbs that help in reducing allergies is garlic. You must have added garlic to your favorite recipes or sauces for flavor, but did you know that it can help you even during the seasons for allergies? Garlic contains antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties that help in boosting your immune system. When it is about fighting allergies with natural herbs, garlic is considered to top the charts as it contains histamine-lowering constituent called quercetin. It is quercetin that naturally assists in improving the symptoms of allergies. When you have an allergy, the histamine levels in your body shoot up.

Quercetin is the natural antihistamine, and therefore, garlic is known to boost the immunity system and combat the allergens and improve the allergy. Moreover, numerous studies show that quercetin derived from plants is the main component in several medications and supplements used for fighting allergies. If you are looking for a natural remedy for sinus infection, then garlic is one of the prominent herbs.

2. Rosemary

Several culinary creations use dried and fresh rosemary to add extra flavor and fragrance. However, some of the recent researches showcased specific properties of rosemary that help in alleviating the symptoms of allergy. Rosemary herb has helped asthma patients to experience relief after the use of the herb.

According to a study published in the Journal of Restorative Medicine, rosemary herb contains rosmarinic acid that has both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Furthermore, the research shows that the acid is a scavenger of free radicals that can help suppress allergic antibodies and some white blood corpuscles. So, anyone suffering from seasonal allergies too can find relief after consuming rosemary herb. Although rosmarinic acid is available as a supplement, it is crucial to have it with food to avoid any stomach ache.

3. Turmeric

Turmeric is a common and popular spice used to add flavor in Thai, Indian and other cuisines. As per numerous studies, the active compound, curcumin in turmeric, is known to have multiple health benefits, especially reducing allergic responses. There are endless health benefits of turmeric, and treating allergies naturally is one of them.

According to a study by the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology conducted on 214 people with allergic rhinitis has shown that those who resorted to turmeric were relieved of the condition. The study also found that the people who consumed turmeric were treated with congestion as well as sneezing and experienced a smooth and relaxed nasal airflow.

4. Butterbur

Butterbur is a popular natural herb used for relieving stomach pain, anxiety, migraine, whooping cough, urinary tract spasms, and irritable bladder, among others. Numerous studies have shown that it is also a common natural remedy for allergic symptoms. According to a study in the British Medical Journal consisting of 125 people suffering from hay fever showed that using butterbur herb yield positive results, similar to cetirizine. Those who took cetirizine complained of drowsiness and fatigue. On the contrary, researchers pointed out that those suffering from allergies and are aiming to get some relief without getting sedatives and any side effects can resort to butterbur.

Butterbur is known to be an LT receptor inhibitor that helps to keep allergies at bay. Furthermore, Leukotriene (LT) inhibitors stop the leukotriene and ease any allergic reaction, such as nasal allergies.

5. Stinging nettle

Stinging nettle, also known as common nettle, is an herbaceous perennial flowering plant that hails from the family of Urticaceae. The herb is native to western North Africa, Europe, and temperate Asia. Stinging nettle is medicinally used for ages, and its use goes back to ancient Greece. Stinging nettle is packed with anti-inflammatory properties that keep seasonal and other types of allergies at bay.

So, the next time, while looking for a natural herbal treatment for allergies, keep these five herbs stocked for immediate relief.

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Henna  is a wellness lifestyle writer. She loves sharing her thoughts and personal experiences related to natural remedies, Ayurvedic, yoga and fitness through her writing. She currently writes for How To Cure. She can connect with others experiencing health concerns and help them through their recovery journeys through natural remedies.

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Indigestion – Causes and Home remedies

Indigestion is an abnormal condition where normal digestive functions are derailed. This condition is called as Ajeerna in Ayurveda is characterized by lack of proper digestion along with various other symptoms. Other complaints like abdominal distension, sour belching, excess flatulence, irregular bowel movements etc can be included under Ajeerna. According to Ayurveda, improper diet habits, consuming excess food which is not compatible with the body type, improper combination of food etc. accounts for Ajeerna.


1. Chew small piece of ginger with salt before food is beneficial.
2. Take an equal amount of black pepper, dried mint leaves, ginger powder, coriander seeds, cumin (jeera) and asafoetida (hing). Grind them together to make fine powder. Take one teaspoonful of this powder twice a day after meals.
3. Drinking buttermilk (chaas) after breakfast or lunch improves digestion. Adding roasted cumin seed powder and a little of salt into buttermilk enhances its effectiveness.
4. Half a glass of carrot juice mixed with equal quantity of water is easy to digest.
5. Mix a tablespoon of lemon juice in a cup of hot water and drink it before a meal to prevent acid indigestion.
6. Drink one cup of ginger tea after meals to promote a good digestion and is good for heartburn, nausea, etc.
7. Take 1 tsp each of mint juice, lemon juice, and honey.
8. Mix 2 pinches of rock salt and 1/2 tsp carom seeds (ajwain). Chew it and wash it down with water for upset stomach or indigestion.


Causes of imbalance of Agni which lead to indigestion

1.Excess intake of spicy foods, chilly, oily foods, medicines, milk and milk products, tobacco and alcohol.
2. Irregular food habits and sleeping patterns.
3. Medications like pain killers, antibiotics, oral contraceptives and steroids.
4. Intestinal parasites.
5. Diseases of pancreas, liver, gall bladder, intestinal infections etc.
6. During pregnancy, premenstrual period, menopausal period in women.
7. Emotional upset like anxiety, stress, examination etc.

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Panchakarma Ayurvedic Detoxification Treatments

What Is Panchakarma?

Do you feel stressed? Do you feel like your body is off in some way? Panchakarma, an ancient ayurvedic detox, can help. Created in India during ancient times, Panchkarma combines relaxation, diet, lifestyle, and special herbal remedies to help the body relax and detox, clearing out toxic chemicals that have accumulated in the body over the years. The word Panchakarma, meaning five actions, comes from classical ayurvedic texts. These five actions of Panchakarma refer to the detox process used to remove impurities from the body.

The Pre-Panchakarma Routine

Panchakarma is all about relaxation. In order for the detox to be effective, your body needs to be relaxed to help focus energy on detoxing instead of the body’s stress response. To get primed for detox, you will be given a special diet to follow a week before you start the actual Panchakarma process. You will be instructed to follow an internal oleation regiment which consists of ingesting ghee or flaxseed oil on an empty stomach.

The Benefits of Detoxification Treatment

There are several health benefits associated with an Ayurvedic detox. Ayurvedic experts believe it helps increase metabolism, eliminates toxins, helps balance doshas (Ayurvedic Energy), reduces heavy metals in the body, increases relaxation and increases resistance to stress, boosts immunity, and improves strength and endurance.

What Are the Benefits of a Panchakarma Diet?

A common diet during a Panchakarma detox consists of mung dai, veggies, rice, and special herbal teas. These types of foods are easy on the digestive system which maximizes the detox process. You also must avoid sugar, caffeine, cold drinks, dairy, and meat during and after the Panchakarma diet. Practitioners encourage clients to commit to this new diet long term for life long benefits. Most healers encourage clients to be flexible with their new ayurvedic diet post-detox and only follow it 70 percent of the time.

What Does a Typical Panchakarma Routine Look Like?

1. Preparation – Slowing Down

To prepare, experts recommend you rest, eat a clean Panchakarma diet, and drink a special remedy called Triphala, an antioxidant with a mild laxative effect. This routine is done to prepare the body for what’s to come.

2. Internal Oleation

In order to detox correctly, you need to kickstart the process. At this point, Ayurvedic professionals will prescribe two tablespoons of ghee or flaxseed oil to be taken on an empty stomach to help detox the digestive tract.

3. External Oleation

During this step, practitioners will apply special Ayurvedic oil on the skin from head to toe. There are several oils used and the ones used largely depend on your practitioner’s preferences. Since it’s relaxing, most practices use oil massages for this step. After this your oil massage, you will need to take a warm, relaxing shower.

4. Purgation

This step commonly involves an enema called Basti. This special concoction will loosen your intestinal tract. It’s recommended you only do this step with a trained Ayurvedic practitioner who can supervise your progress.

5. Rejuvenation

The previous steps can be grueling for many. This is why recovery is very important. Your body needs a reset. Amrit Kalash is commonly used to kickstart this process. Thought to be the ambrosial gift of the Gods, the Amrit Kalash formula contains 13 herbs that support the body and the mind. Research shows it to be up to 1,000 times more effective than vitamins C and E alone.

The 9 Best Traditional Panchakarma Detox Routines

Panchkarma is a broad practice. Many of its practitioners have their own philosophy and style. Although there may be more variations of these practices, the most common Ayurvedic detox routines that you’re likely to encounter are mentioned below.


This therapy consists of a specialized oil massage. The abhyanga treatment contains herbs put together for the patient and are prepared together with soothing oils. Silence and tranquility are critical for this detox.


This detox uses a special paste made of ground grains and herbal powders to cleanse the skin, increases circulation, and promote weight loss.


This detox consists of a combination of oil and heat. Warm oil is gently massaged into the skin to help soothe joint and muscle pain.


This is another oil treatment similar to Pizhichill. Where it differs is this technique is followed by a steam bath with special medicinal herbs. This treatment will dilate the blood vessels and increase blood circulation.


This treatment involves a special enema that helps eliminate impurities from the intestinal tract. This method is the most common method used by Ayurvedic practitioners during a detox.


This treatment involves a warm stream of oil poured over the forehead. This treatment is done in absolute silence.


This treatment consists of aromatherapy technique which helps clear the sinuses, relaxes the mind and fights off tinnitus.

-Netra Tarpana

This treatment consists of oil gently pressed against the face. This has a relaxing effect on the eyes and surrounding tissue.

-Pinda Sveda

This treatment is used to help relieve pain. Small linen bags filled with herbs are applied to the parts of the body affected by pain.

Post-Panchakarma Clarity

Since significant changes occur during an Ayurvedic detox, many people develop an increased sense of self-awareness. For many, this can cause a burst of unresolved emotions to surface. Although initially, this can be unpleasant, once these emotions are released it can bring a newfound clarity and sense of relaxation. Performing yoga or meditation can aid you during such an emotional rollercoaster and help ease you into your post-Panchakarma clarity.

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Ayurvedic foods of India

Ayurvedic foods of India  : Some common dishes and foods of India and their nutritional merits include:

Lentils and dals: Dal is a dish that can include lentils and other legumes as well, such as peas and beans. Lentils provide a good source of protein, are very low-fat and supply loads of fiber.
Dairy products: Yogurt, milk and cream are used in various dishes. When you prepare Indian dishes, substitute low-fat milk for cream when making your curry sauces. Yogurt provides immune system benefits and, together with other dairy products, is a good source of protein and calcium.
Nuts: Used instead of meat, nuts provide good protein and a healthier form of fat. Recent studies have found a link between moderate nut consumption and a reduced risk of heart disease. Nuts also contain folic acid, vitamins B2, B6, and the mineral iron, zinc, potassium and copper.
Rice and wheat: Indian cuisine uses aromatic rice, such as Basmati white rice. Use them as a base along with vegetables, nuts, fruits and fragrant spices to create mouth watering, low-fat dishes.
Fresh ginger and other herbs and spices: The medicinal benefits of fresh ginger, garlic, onion and turmeric are an added bonus.
An abundance of fruit: Tropical fruits, like mango, pomegranate and melons, as well as apples, apricots and strawberries are used. Include plenty to gain the most from their anti-cancer-causing benefits.
Plenty of vegetables: Vegetables used in abundance in India include cauliflower, eggplant, spinach, peas, potatoes, tomatoes, sweet peppers and mustard greens. These vegetables are packed with vitamin C, beta-carotene and phytochemicals (naturally occurring compounds, abundant in fruits and vegetables that our bodies may use as part of their disease-fighting arsenal).

Ayurvedic foods of India gives special importance to Ahara (diet) as healthy and wholesome diet nourishes the mind, body and soul. According to Ayurveda, although the digestive capacity of each person may be different, the quality and appropriate quantity of food are necessary for a healthy life.

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