Ayurveda News

World Hypertension Day 2019: Ayurvedic tips to manage hypertension

Normal blood pressure of a healthy adult individual is 120 mmHg systolic and 80 mmHg diastolic.

14 Ayurvedic ways to protect your child from mosquito bites

National Dengue Day 2019: Maintain proper hygiene in and around your house. Most important is to check stagnant water from accumulating near the house.


World Asthma Day 2019: How Ayurveda can help treat asthma

Some symptoms of asthma include chest tightness and pain due to increased coughing, breathlessness, anxiety, uneasiness in the body, palpitation and fainting.

A simple guide to keep your body cool in the sweltering heat

Consuming fluids are especially important during summer as our bodies are generally depleted of them. These help replenish our systems and help us feel cool.

Lenders vote on Patanjali plan for Ruchi Soya

The committee of creditors (CoC) met twice consecutively over Thursday and Friday to discuss and finalise technical aspects of the resolution plan before the voting process began.

Kokum, the fat burner right in your backyard

The Kokum tree is an evergreen tree predominantly grown in the tropical humid rainforests of Western Ghats. The fruits are green when raw and red to dark purple when ripe. Kokum is widely used as a beverage and has also been used as medicine in Ayurveda.


World Health Day 2019: What Ayurveda says about gold for increasing immunity in kids

World Health Day: This unique practice finds mention in Jataka Samskaras, one of the most well received classical texts in the science of Ayurveda, where Acharya Kashyapa who coined the term ‘Swarnaprashana’ for administration of gold, elaborates upon the procedure, indications, counter indications, ingredients and quantities.

Madhya Pradesh: Top cop guards father who doctors said died 2 months ago

MP-cadre officer Rajendra Mishra’s father, 84, was declared dead by doctors at a private hospital on January 14. On the same day, hospital authorities say, they handed over the death certificate, too.

Air pollution: 5 Ayurvedic remedies to help your child build immunity

Children, more than adults, tend to have a sensitive respiratory system and exhibit symptoms like coughing, sneezing, wheezing, itches, rashes and shortness of breath, almost immediately when exposed to hazardous levels of pollutants in the air. There are two things that we can do to manage the impact of these pollutants—one is to improve immunity in children and second is improving the quality of air at home.

Case of ‘cross pathy’: 8 years after boy’s death, doctor who gave ayurvedic medicine suspended for 3 months

Vishal Sundar, a resident of Sangam Vihar, was brought to Health Point Hospital in the area by his parents in November 2010.