In Ayurveda, Virechana Karma is a therapy that indicates bodily purification.
Kesharaj, locally known as Bhringraj, is an ancient Ayurvedic herb, which means the “Ruler of the hair.”
In Indian mythology, the Neem tree has high esteem because of its unique miracles.
Nowadays, people often suffer from various commonplace diseases due to unhealthy lifestyles and eating habits.
Karkidaka Kanji is a traditional Malayali dish that is highly popular in Kerala, India.
Cultivated throughout India, and other nearby countries, Indian Gooseberry or Amla (in Hindi) has gained the name of “Superfood” from the ancient period.
For almost 1,000 years, Triphala has been a magical herb in the index of Ayurveda.
Incense has a spiritual significance on top of medicinal benefits in many religions across the globe.
The seasonal change is well appreciated in books, poems, and by the poets worldwide.
Officially known as Tinospora Cordifolia worldwide, Guduchi or Amrita or Giloy is an ancient herb that serves uncountable benefits to health.