Uses & Benefits Of Neem Oil

benefits-of-neem-oil[1]Neem oil can cure natural ailment for many reasons and it comes from neem flower plant. The oil is pretty famous in Asian regions because of its cultivation in Asia which makes it affordable and useful oil. As I said it is natural ailment for many items but it is the main ingredient for many cosmetic products too. Everyone is used to say that beauty is natural but we all know that cosmetic makes beauty artificial. Cosmetic word comes from the ancient age where people used to apply natural ingredients to skin. In modern age this word is covered up with commercial products.

Considering natural products to enhance our beauty is a very good thought. It is one of the natural products which you can use as a cosmetic beauty product. Neem oil is a vegetable oil but neem beans are poisonous so it’s better to use it as a beauty product. There are many people who loves perfumes and fragrances but they can’t use due to their sensitive skin. Don’t worry if you are one of them because you can add the oil in your perfume and it will not affect your sensitive skin. Read More>>

Common Benefits of Triphala for a Healthy Digestive System

TriphalaTriphala literally means ‘three fruits’ (tri = three, phala = fruits). It is a mixture composed of the three essential myrobalans. They are:-

(i) Amalaki (Emblica officinalis)

(ii) Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica)

(iii) Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)

Now, you might be wondering: “just exactly what is triphala?” If we look at the word ‘triphala,’ we can learn little bit about just what this ‘magic supplement’ is. The word triphala is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘three fruits,’ as triphala is made up of three different kinds of fruit which are used in ayurvedic medicine. These three fruits are Amalaki, Haritaki, and Bibhitaki. These fruits have been used for ages in ayurvedic natural remedies. They compliment each other in such a way as to provide significant benefit to our health. Read More>>

Hair O Max Hair Oil

Hair O Max Hair OilHairomax hair fortifying capsules and Hairomax hair fortifying oil are hair friendly ayurvedic preparations, that can be used by men and women of all age groups. When used together,they symbiotically produce the best results. The cause of androgenic hair loss is, as its name implies, hormone related. It stems from a genetic predisposition of a by-product of the male hormone testosterone (yes, women have testosterone in their bodies, too), called DiHydro Testosterone (DHT) to reside in the scalp.

All hair follicles grow through a growth-dormant-regrowth cycle. When DHT is present in the scalp at high levels, the hair follicles tend to increase their time of dormancy and decrease the time for growth. In actuality, the follicle atrophies due to the excess DHT. Each follicle produces hair for shorter periods and rests for longer periods, until it finally goes into permanent dormancy and ceases to produce hair. Read More>>

Neem – Uses, Side Effects, Interactions & Warnings

NeemNeem is a tree. The bark, leaves, and seeds are used to make medicine. Less frequently, the root, flower, and fruit are also used.

Neem leaf is used for leprosy, eye disorders, bloody nose, intestinal worms, stomach upset, loss of appetite, skin ulcers, diseases of the heart and blood vessels (cardiovascular disease), fever, diabetes, gum disease (gingivitis), and liver problems. The leaf is also used for birth control and to cause abortions.

The bark is used for malaria, stomach and intestinal ulcers, skin diseases, pain, and fever.

The flower is used for reducing bile, controlling phlegm, and treating intestinal worms. Read More>>

Ayurvedic Treatment Or Natural Remedies for Constipation

TriphalaAlong with the following natural remedies for constipation one must also make sure to take a better diet and improve the lifestyle. You must have lots of raw vegetables, fruits like tomato, papaya, beetroot and sugarcane for better bowel movement.

1. Triphala Choorna:
This is the best among the natural remedies for constipation. This medicine is made of three fruits – amla also known as gooseberry, haritika and bibhitaki. This medicine works as a magical cleanser and it rejuvenates the body. Triphala choorna is available in the form of powder and even capsules. You are advised to take one tablespoon of powder with warm water once or twice in a day. You can also take one or two capsules of these natural remedies for constipation in a day. Read More>>

How to Take Care of your Hair through Ayurvedic

Ayurvedic Hair Care

Essential-Vitamins-for-Healthy-Hair[1]Hair care is an essential factor of external beauty. Everyone is concerned about its growth, look, and disorders. Ayurveda encourages the growth of your hair by offering certain methods and treatments. Healthy hair is dependent on the proper functioning of the dhatus or tissues. The dhatus are nourished by the nutrient plasma produced from food digestion. And so, healthful nutrient plasma gives healthy hair. Various hair problems are caused by poor diet, lack of proper hygiene, illness, and deficiency of nutrition.

Moreover, a number of factors such as age, climate, season, pollution, anxiety, and stress can affect the health of the scalp and hair. The first step to get healthy and attractive hair is to follow the Ayurvedic diet. Another important part lies in the method of washing your hair. Read More>>

Improving Brainpower with Ayurveda

Brain-Power-pic2[1]Ayurveda article-Improving brainpower with Ayurveda Imagine a situation where you have the memory of a supercomputer. You can remember every word that you glance through once in the dictionary. You can recall every person whom you have met till now by their face, name and other details. You can solve all the complex arithmetic problems in seconds without a calculator. You have the ability to solve every puzzle that comes your way. You have a super-brainpower!

Situations such as these are unreal and impracticable. However, there is always room for us to improve our mental ability to reach a level close to the above scenario. A person with a higher intellectual ability is always at an advantage as he has more chances of promotions in jobs, better prospects of revenue in business, or higher possibility of success in examinations.

With the advancement of age and lack of proper exercise, our bodily organs age and lose the vitality of their youth. The brain is no exception. We all have experienced being unable to concentrate at the end of a long day, or being frustrated when we realise back at home that some important shopping items have been left out. Therefore, it is necessary for the brain to remain at its peak performance throughout our life. Read More>>

Ayurvedic Energiser – Triphala

Triphala[1]The recipe for this traditional Ayurvedic herbal supplement dates back thousands of years and is referenced in the traditional Indian Ayurvedic texts the Charak and Sushrut Samhitas. Triphala is considered a ‘tridoshic rasayan’, having balancing and rejuvenating effects on the three constitutional elements that govern human life: Vata which regulates the nervous system, Pitta which maintains metabolic processes, and Kapha which supports structural integrity.

Triphala is one of the most popular herbal remedies in Ayurveda which ‘cleanse’ by promoting bowel movement. A reason is that one of the most common problems among many individuals is constipation and bowel irregularity. This can lead to poorer general digestion and liver function, less vitality and perhaps even less optimism and an overall poorer outlook and quality of life. Read More>>

Dhathri’s Healthcare Services

health-careClassical Ayurveda asserts that harmony of the mind, body and soul is the foundation of good health. At Dhathri, it has been our constant endeavor to offer top quality Ayurvedic healthcare services that seek not merely to cure ailments but inculcate the culture of healthy living in the individual.

Dhathri’s Ayurvedic treatments strictly follow the classical texts and are administered in the true spirit of Ayurveda. This rigour can be seen right from our selection of herbs and other ingredients for preparing the medicines to our post-care follow-up. Read More>>