Look at the benefits of this immortal vine, which has succulent stem with papery bark, and greenish-yellow flowers. Ayurveda refers to Guduchi as Amrita (the immortal nectar), since it is rich in its healing properties and providing Immunity from diseases, overall health and longevity to the one who consumes it regularly. Guduchi is being the most popular topic of research among health care providers to scientifically approve he results which have long ago been mentioned in our vedic texts.
Let's begin our day with healthy and light breakfast cereal. This meal is easy-to-cook and easy-to-digest.
खिचड़ी- भारतीय, आयुर्वेदिक सभ्यता के अनुसार यदि हम सुपाच्य आहार का सेवन करते हैं तो शरीर निरोग रहता है। आइए अपने शरीर को एक सात्त्विक, स्वादिष्ट और सुपाच्य खिचड़ी से स्वस्थ बनाएँ।
Khichdi- The Indian, Ayurvedic tradition recommends consumption of light-to-digest meals whenever the body is sick. Let's give our body a break from eating recklessly. Presenting sattvika, healthy, nutritious and light-to-digest Khichdi.
In the times of infectious disease and pandemic like Covid-19, good immunity is crucial for our body to be resistant and be able to fight back. The interplay among our meal timings, meal composition, nutritional value of our meals and immunity seeks our attention. Healthier food choices and a balanced diet are principles to rapid recovery and staying fit.
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Monsoons arrive at the end of AadaanKaala (Uttarayana) a.k.a. Northern solstice and beginning of VisargaKala (Dakshinaayana) a.k.a. Southern solstice. This period weakens our body, diminishes our strength, weakens digestive fire, thus affects the immunity. Rainfall on the heated surface of earth releases the vapours which humidify the air. The resultant humidity creates imbalance of doshas in nature as well as our body. Vata dosha is predominantly vitiated during the rainy season, which creates disparity among pitta and kapha. Thus, change of season demands a change in our routine.
Today is a special day to observe gratitude towards our Gurus who are evolved and enlightened souls, share their wisdom with unconditional love and have enabled us to become who we are today. With the Divine grace of Satguru, we are able to evolve from emphemerality to eternity and attain the permanent state of bliss. Today, on this auspicious occassion of GURU PURNIMA, we express our gratitude to our Guru whole heartedly and pray for HIS well-being.
According to the principles of Ayurveda, Vyadhikshamatva, the body’s resistance is not only essential for the prevention of disease but also speedy recovery from the ailment. Ojas, Bala is considered to be responsible for the complete well-being, intellect, and the immunity. Ayurveda presents some daily life modifications which assist us in maintaining optimum Ojas. Ayurveda focuses on these strategies for acquiring or enhancing immunity.