Monday, 28 May 2018

46 Simple Ayurvedic Tips For Healthy, Ageless & Flawless Beauty.

46 Simple Ayurvedic Tips For Healthy, Ageless & Flawless Beauty.

  If you are search of natural & ageless beauty , here are some best Ayurvedic ( Ayurveda ) health and beauty tips to cure health and skin problems with natural herbs and home remedies.

1. Make a habit of drinking warm water everyday, this simple tip promotes weight loss naturally

2. Drink a glass of apple juice every morning, it makes your skin shiny and beautiful

3. Apply and massage fresh aloevera gel taken from the plant, it is very useful in getting rid of black marks on skin

4. Massage your hair with pure coconut oil mixed with fresh lemon juice everyday for 10 to 15 days, this ayurveda beauty tip helps in curing dandruff problems

5. Washing hair with rain water makes them look very fresh

6. Boil water with 20 to 30 neem leaves in it and use this water for hair bath, this beauty tip is very useful in clearing dandruff problems

7. Drink good amount of water every day, it helps in curing pimples and other skin problems

8. Eat 1 or 2 medium sized balls made of neem leaves every day, it helps in curing skin itching and pimple problems

9. Apply and massage your face skin with fresh mint leaves juice and leave it for whole night, this tip is useful in clearing pimple problems and promoting smooth skin naturally

10. Apply and massage your skin with castor oil every night, it helps in making your skin smooth and supple

11. Drink 1 or 2 glasses of water on early morning right after you wake up from bed, this ayurvedic daily routine is useful in clearing toxins and making your skin glow naturally

12. Massage face skin with pure cow ghee before you go to sleep at night and wash it on the next day morning, this ayurveda beauty tip is very useful in making your skin white and radiant

13. Practice Kapalbhati Pranayama for 3 to 5 minutes everyday, this simple beauty tip is useful in making your skin glow naturally.

14. Make the habit of doing Sun Salutations ( Surya Namaskaras ) every morning, this simple routine is not only beneficial for your health, but also for your skin

15. Massage you body with pure almond oil or with pure coconut oil twice a week, this simple ayurvedic routine increases blood flow in the body and make your skin glow like never before.

16. Make the habit of fasting with only fruits or milk once in a week, this routine reduces toxins in the body.

17. Apply lemon juice along with pure honey on face, this simple home remedy is useful in curing pimples very fast

18. Sit in Vajrasana position for 5 to 10 minutes everyday after dinner, it burns fat and helps in weight loss

19. Eat few slices of cucumber everyday in summer, because it consists about 96% water it is very helpful in keeping you hydrated and promotes skin complexion .

20. Add fresh lemon juice to the bathing water, this simple home remedy helps in preventing body odor

21. Mix amla ( Indian gooseberry or amalaki ) powder with water and apply on the face as a pack and massage, it works very effectively in removing the dead cells

22. Regular massage of leg calf muscle portion will help in clearing the indigestion problems

23. Daily intake of raisins along with the water ( soaked for one night ) for 45 to 60 days can cure anaemia

24. Don't drink water with standing position, it leads to pain in knees, so always drink water in sitting position

25. Drink buffalo milk with 1 teaspoon of Ashwagandha Powder every night for 15 to 30 days, this simple ayurvedic tip is very useful in increasing sperm count and curing impotency

26. Eat garlic along with pure cow ghee for 45 to 60 days, this is most beneficial in curing Nervous Weakness and other nerve disorders naturally

27. Bathing with cold or luke warm water on early mornings helps in being active and peaceful all the day

28.Avoid Drinking water immediately before and after meals, it suppresses digestive fire, and it leads to gaseous problems

29. Eat carrot along with cow milk and honey, this simple ayurveda tip helps in boosting your memory power

30. Overeating causes indigestion, so Ayurveda suggests to eat only that amount of food what you can digest.

31. Keep an onion in pocket, it is very helpful in preventing heat strokes in summer

32. Eating on time maintains health and energy, so Ayurveda suggests to eat on regular timings everyday

33. Excessive use of cold drinks reduces immunity, it even causes excess Kapha formation, so better get out of that habit.

34. Have dinner at least 2 to 3 hours before going to bed, don't go to bed directly after having dinner

35. Consume 1 teaspoon of Amla ( Indian Gooseberry ) powder with water everyday, it helps in improving eyesight

36. While going to bed, take one teaspoon of Triphala powder with lukewarm water, this ayurvedic herb helps in relieving constipation

37. For toothache, apply powdered clove or clove oil on the affected area, it relieves pain within minutes.

38. Consume cinnamon powder with pure honey for a period of 45 to 60 days, this is the best home remedy for asthma problems

39. Sprinkle some pure turmeric powder over skin cuts and burns, it helps in stopping over bleeding and also prevents blister formation

40. Chew 1 or 2 Khadirati vati, this ayurveda tip provides good relief in stomatitis ( inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth )

41. Consume 4 to 6 teaspoons of aloe vera juice everyday, this herb is useful in curing all kinds of abdominal diseases

42. Drink some Amla juice every morning, this simple health tip helps in curing urinary problems

43. Drink 5 teaspoons of aloe vera juice daily, this is a good home remedy for general weakness

44. Practice Bhramari Pranayama for few minutes everyday, this simple daily routine is going to be helpful in clearing heart ailments.

45. Practice Pranava Pranayam meditation for a while everyday, this is very useful in treating depression

46. Don't make the habit of sleeping during day time, however you can take rest for 45 minutes to 1 hour during summer

Monday, 7 May 2018

Synchronize lifestyle with Body Clock for Better Health

                              There is natural rhythm in almost everything; same is true about our body. According to Ayurveda our body is always in synchronization or in rhythm with nature. It can be called as Body Clock. Our daily physiology & body functions are always happening according to nature’s natural rhythm. Hormonal fluctuations, appetite, sleep etc. are always in cycle wise rhythm. In today’s stressful, hectic & fast life humans are daily violating or ignoring this rhythm many times & attracting many diseases towards them.
                    According to Ayurveda, the stress of living against these natural cycles is a fundamental violation of healthy living. Emerging science suggests that each cycle of the day as described in Ayurveda supports different activities. Living in sync with nature’s cycles is a powerful lifestyle tool to de-stress the body and mind and begin to enjoy life.

The Ayurvedic Clock

In nature, there are two 12-hour cycles that are each divided into three smaller cycles. There are 3 small cycles of 4 hours each in 12 hours. Each 4-hour cycle is linked to certain bodily functions governed by vata (air), which controls the nervous system, pitta (fire), which controls digestion and metabolism, and kapha (earth and water), which controls immunity and structural strength. If we understand the natural cycles & synchronized all activities according to that then life will be much smoother, disease free & relax.

Early to rise ( Brahm Muhurte Uttishte)

To stay in sync, you should wake up before sunrise, when vata is transcendent. Once the sun is up, we begin to fall under kapha’s earth- and water-like spell. Hitting snooze when the alarm goes off at 6 a.m. may feel delicious, but if you don’t get up ’til 7, the dense, dull, heaviness of kapha will start to color your physical and mental experience. So, waking at dawn, just before the birds, is ideal (traditionally 5:30 a.m.; maybe 6 in your time zone). That way you will start off the day in rhythm with nature’s light and will benefit from vata’s mobile, clear, ether-like qualities, which support your meditation practice.

Eat major meal in Afternoon

Ayurveda also encourages us to eat our primary meal in the middle of the day, when the fire of pitta dominates. Pitta supports our ability to digest all things—food, thoughts, and feelings. The metabolic aspect of digestion, our agni, does its best work midday. Eat later in the day, and your body will have more difficulty processing your meal. The same holds true for eating a big meal in the evening. Ayurveda recommends a light supper instead so your body can finish digesting your food long before bedtime, and you’ll be able to transition from being awake to a more restful state (what ayurveda calls “light sleep”), necessary for sandman success.

Ayurveda Nashik

Slow down after 6pm
At about 6 in the evening, we move again from vata to kapha dosha. The same kapha energy—dull, slow, stable, heavy—that makes it difficult to wake up with ease after sunrise now supports our move into sleep. (Kapha types generally like to go to bed early.) If you tune in, you will start to feel the body and mind’s fatigue and recognize your desire for a good night’s sleep.

Early sleeping
At about 10 p.m., the midnight oil lamp of pitta takes over from drowsy kapha. The body uses this four-hour period (from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.) to digest experiences, emotions, and any remaining food from earlier in the day, and to repair and renew itself. Because pitta is fiery and hot, if you fight through the drowsiness of kapha time and stay up too late, you’ll catch a second wind that can keep you up to all hours—and you can kiss any hope of a good night’s sleep good-bye.
When you finally do doze off, staying asleep can be challenging because, as pitta time gives way to vata time, the doshic qualities become lighter, subtler, and more filled with movement. In fact, according to the ayurvedic clock, we start the process of “rising” around 2 a.m. If we continue with restlessness until dawn, we miss the benefits of sleep that support body, mind, and ojas, our deep vitality.
Aligning our hectic modern-day lives to the ayurvedic clock can prove challenging to say the least, but making the effort can lead to a big payoff. Many of today’s health problems—insomnia, heartburn, anxiety, and depression—are directly linked to the lack of balance in our lives. Matching our mealtimes, wake/sleep cycle, and general activities to the cycle of doshas will help restore that balance—and our good health.
Connect your Body clocks with flow of nature’s cycles, and you will live a life of balance and vitality.

Try an Ayurvedic Bedtime Routine
Aim to get to bed by 10 p.m., if possible. To make that happen:
1.    Turn off the TV at least an hour before bed.
2.    Resist online anything—shopping, Twitter, Facebook, news gathering, or working.
3.    Use that extra hour for self-reflection, journaling, restorative yoga, or meditation.
4.    Treat yourself to a foot massage. Rub lavender-scented warm sesame oil on your feet and pull on a pair of old socks.
5.    Put on your favorite deep relaxation CD or yoga nidra CD (earlier in the day) to help you practice resting and to take the edge off the nervous system. Doing yoga nidra too close to bedtime could refresh your energy instead of moving you into deep sleep.
6.    Make yourself some warm milk laced with special sleep-inducing herbs.