Tulsi – holy basil Culture Food Health Interesting facts 

Tulsi – holy basil

Tulsi contains strong antioxidants, has antibacterial, antiviral, antidiabetic, antimalarial, antiallergic, adaptogenic, and immune properties, and also gives the beverage a refreshing but delicate taste. The plant shows great variation depending on the type of soil, rainfall, and the place where it grows. The growing environment affects the size of the herb, its strength, and medical efficiency. Tulasi has a sweet-sharp... Read More
10 Ayurvedic ways to speed up metabolism Food Health 

10 Ayurvedic ways to speed up metabolism

According to the teachings of Ayurveda, overweight is associated with the advantage of Kapha dosha. Overweight of the body strengthens the Kapha trait, and in turn building, Kapha leads to overweight. Thus, a return to balance requires some effort and actions directed towards the opposite – towards the light, focus, heat, dryness, mobility, roughness, fluidity, subtlety. Practice yoga every day... Read More
Breath-hold Championship Health 

Breath-hold Championship

 Yoga – the good old method of psycho-physical Indian culture. And if all the physical culture as though it is clear – you need as far as possible to train and keep the body in good shape. With the exercise of the psyche, it is not so obvious and clear. And here in yoga for many thousands of years, it... Read More
Lemongrass: to mosquito and cold say ‘No!’ Food Health Interesting facts 

Lemongrass: to mosquito and cold say ‘No!’

Lemongrass, gingergrass or palmarosa – ‘Cymbopogon martini’ Known in India as ganjan or gavti cha, is a species of grasses. It grows wild in wetlands of rural areas of India, Nepal, China and neighboring countries. In Ayurveda known as Rohisha – is a component of many ayurvedic prescriptions and is used in traditions of natural healing. The Chinese usually use the... Read More
From a basket of a Nepali medic: Reishi Food Health Interesting facts 

From a basket of a Nepali medic: Reishi

Dried mushrooms are sometimes available in the offer of street sellers. One of these experts – with whom communication was carried out with the help of sign language and the little of my Nepalese – asked “what it is” answered only “chiau”, meaning mushrooms. I got more information about the species somewhere else. I learned, however, from the man another interesting thing. It was his knowledge... Read More
Chiraito: Nepalese remedy for most ailments Health 

Chiraito: Nepalese remedy for most ailments

Chiraito in Latin – Swertia chirata From ancient times, it was one of the most reliable medicines in the mountain and high-mountain regions of Nepal. Used in many ailments, it was one of the most frequently used ingredients in many medications. Herb is widely used in traditional Ayurveda medicine as well as in allopathy – means in the methods of... Read More