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Why you should not miss Ayurvedic Village’s Wellness Camp!


Wellness matter. We say that because everything we do every day finally related to our well-being. This is the daily cycle of our life. Therefore, it is very important to achieve optimal wellness in order to subdue stress, reduce the risk of illness and ensure positive interactions.

One of the biggest reasons why Ayurveda is different from other medicines is because it teaches you to be your own healer. It empowers you by helping you find the right balance and harmony within your mind, body and soul.

Those who are new to the world of Ayurveda or wish to deepen the understanding of how your body works, we suggest you to attend Ayurvedic Village’s Wellness Camp on 10-11 October, 2015. You ask why? Well, here is why we think everyone should attend this event.

  1. It is a process of healing.

Modern medicine aims to find the major cause of your health troubles and suppress the symptoms with medications. On the contrary, Ayurveda doesn’t not solely focus on the diagnosis. It is a process of healing and extracting the issues from its roots. This approach helps you attain ultimate well-being.

  1. It digs in your inner self

Practitioners will ask you a plenty of questions at your wellness consultation – about your past and present health, your daily activities, your spiritual practices, your work and social life and your emotional and mental health. It is highly recommended that you answer all the questions elaborately and honestly as this session helps the doctor suggest tailor-made Ayurvedic treatments according to your individual needs.

  1. When nothing else works

So you have recurring symptoms like gas, bloating, belching, heartburn, grogginess after eating, fatigue, skin rashes and irritations, difficulty sleeping, frequent colds or acne. However, you have failed to find any diagnosis or cure to those problems. You tried everything under the sun – diet, supplements, exercise, other therapies, etc., but nothing seems to work. So, all you need is a wellness consultation.

Our team of expert doctors will give a comprehensive wellness consultation. Chief physician will be available on prior appointment. You will be given lifestyle and diet suggestions to improve your well-being. Every small step you take will move you forward on your healing path.

Our purpose in life is to feel good and live in harmony with the world around us. A right Ayurvedic practitioner and consultation will help you on your journey to finding the state of health and balance. So, look nowhere else! Ayurvedic Village’s Wellness camp provides just that. Take some time off your itinerary for yourself this weekend.

Visit www.ayurvedicvillage.com for more details or give us a call on 7506650605.

Saffron – The ‘Golden Spice’ of Ayurveda!

Derived from the Arabic word, Zafran, Saffron is one of the most expensive spices in the world. However, in the world of Ayurveda, it is called as ‘Varnya Gana’ which can be translated as the one that enhances fairness and adds glow to the skin. Not just in Ayurveda, Saffron is quite popular in Chinese and Unani medicinal preparations. It has the ability to pacify all three doshas.

The health benefits of Saffron cannot be overstated more. It is an all-rounder spice that helps with many health troubles.

  • These red sticks act as ‘Rasayana’ and helps your body attain complete rejuvenation by improving your immunity and energy levels.
  • Saffron has bronchodilator effects which improve the respiratory functions of the lungs. It also helps in boosting pulmonary oxygenation therefore it works best for conditions like cough, cold, asthma, etc.
  • If you have soreness and inflammation in your mouth or tongue, you can simple massage your gums with saffron.
  • In heart patients, it aids to lower the blood cholesterol and triglycerides by keeping the blood presume under control. It can also be called as a cardio tonic.
  • Ailments like indigestion, vomiting, diarrhea and acidity can be cured with Saffron. Also, it improves your digestion and increases your appetite.
  • If you are facing trouble in between the sheets, Saffron works great as an aphrodisiac and cure impotence.
  • For those who are suffering from insomnia, mix a pinch of saffron with warm milk and drink it at night for a sound sleep.
  • For women, Saffron is a wonder herb. It not only helps managing PMS and irregular menstruation, but it has also been prescribed to facilitate difficult labour.
  • Saffron is considered as a blood purifier and anti–inflammatory in nature.
  • Popularly known for treating skin troubles, many Ayurvedic medicines contain Saffron for getting rid of acne, dry skin, dark circles, spots, etc. It beautifies you by giving you a natural glow. Also, when a pregnant woman drinks milk mixed with Saffron in her 3rd trimester, it imparts fair complexion on the baby.
  • Along with physical woes, Saffron deals greatly with neurodegenerative disorders. It promotes learning, memory retention, and recalling capacity. It is useful in the treatment and management of age related mental impairment. Saffron has been known as an effective and safe treatment for early Alzheimer’s disease.

Are you drinking enough water?

There is no denying that sometimes a single glass of water can be more nerve-soothing than a cup of coffee. Inspite of this, many of us don’t manage to drink enough water every day. Be it our hectic schedules or scarcity of the resource, drinking limited amount of water can be harmful to our bodies. However, many of us don’t even realize that they are depriving themselves of water. Asking ourselves that ‘Am I drinking enough water?’ will never fetch the right answer.

Therefore, you need to ask yourself the following questions to know if your daily intake of water sufficient?

  1. Is your skin dry?

Since skin being the largest organ in the body, the effects of drinking less amount of water can be first seen on it. If your skin isn’t hydrated properly, it will turn dry. A lack of water means a lack of sweat, which leads to a body’s inability to wash away excess dirt and oil accumulated throughout the day.

  1. Are your eyes dry?

Now it is obvious that more organs than mouth, throat or skin will be affected. Without water, your tear ducts dry up and you will have bloodshot eyes. This could cause more trouble if you wear contacts or wear glasses on a daily basis.

  1. Do you have joint pain?

Not many of us know that our cartilage and spinal discs are made of 80% water. It helps to keep the bones grinding from each other. By keeping our body hydrated, your joints are ready to experience any sudden movements.

  1. Do you stay sick longer?

Water flushes out harmful toxins from the body. But if you go into a dehydration mode, the body starts sucking up the stored water from other organs or blood. And that will open up Pandora’s box.

  1. Are you experiencing digestive problems?

Water lubricates the digestive system. Without enough water, the amount and strength of mucus inside your stomach increases, giving way to stomach acid harm you. This leads to heartburn, indigestion and constipation.

  1. Are you aging prematurely?

The amount of water our bodies retain naturally decreases as we age. Hence, the older we get, the more amount of water we should drink. While premature aging is more evident on the outside, the damage it does to our insides will ultimately be felt over time.

So, pour yourself a glass of water now!

Do you have white patches on your skin?

Are you freaking out due to the recent occurrences of white patches on your body? Vitiligo is a medical condition that causes white patches to appear on your skin. It is a non-contagious skin disorder that loses pigmentation on your skin. More than physical, it can harm the patient emotionally. Since, the white patches start to appear mostly on body parts like hand, neck and chest, the person suffers mentally.

What are the causes for white patches?

  • Triggered from genetics
  • Imbalance in the immune system
  • Improper melanin secretion
  • Diseases like Psoriasis, Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis and other inflammatory diseases

Initially starting from neck, hands or chest, the white patches could expand in size. However, they could be more prominently seen on the wrists and face. Reports suggest that 80% of patients also suffer from mental depression.

If you wish to treat the white patches at its onset in a more natural way, there are many Ayurvedic herbs that can help you.

  1. Pippali

This herb pacifies the imbalances in Vata and aggravates Pitta. It is popular for treating skin diseases  and white patches as well as other health issues like diabetes, indigestion, tuberculosis, lung disorders, cough and cold.

  1. Dantimool

Works best for cleansing the digestive system, Dantimool is beneficial for people suffering from hemorrhoids. Since it cleans up all the toxins from the body, the result is glowing and clear skin. Thus, helping you to treat white patches.

  1. Amalaki

This Ayurvedic herb is known best for purifying blood circulation and maintain sugar levels in the body. It also cleans up the digestive system. The anti-oxidant properties in Amlaki enables it to enhance the luster of hair and nurture the skin. It can also be used externally to treat any skin troubles.

  1. Shunti

Shunti is not only good for the digestive system, but it also proves to be beneficial for treating heart diseases, increase immunity from cold and lower cholesterol. It is one of the best herbs to treat the white patches disorders in patients. However, if you want more prominent results, you can take it along with Tulsi.

Mobile apps that can help you stay healthy

It is no more a secret that digital addiction is considered as an obstacle in staying healthy. Rigorous texting, long hours on computers and binge-watching television shows are few of the reasons why you neglect taking care of your own health. But we want you to turn your digital addiction for your help. Don’t just limit using your smartphones for social media or chatting, you can now download a number of apps that can help you be healthier. Well, technology has definitely made lives easier.

So here is a list of apps that you should download on your phones now.

  1. Fooducate


You need to be fully aware of what you are eating and how does it affect your body. Fooducate is the perfect way to keep a tab on that. Most of the people don’t have much information about nutritional aspects of foods. Thus, it becomes difficult for them to keep a track of their daily calorie intake. You can get everything on Fooducate. It also helps you set your weight goals, according to which it tells you how much should you eat and exercise in a day to achieve it.

  1. Fitstar Personal Trainer


Due to our hectic work schedules, it becomes impossible for many of us to go to a gym regularly. However, Fitstar Personal trainer will help you get fit at any time any place you like. After gathering your health information, it creates a personalized workout routine for you. If you find difficult to decipher the written instructions, there are videos of each exercise to help you. Try the 7 minute workout routine.

  1. Waterlogged


Staying hydrated is one of the important aspects of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Drinking water improves your kidney functions and also fights constipation. But most of us forget to drink enough water in a day. Waterlogged solves this problem by keeping a track of every ounce you drink and setting a water amount goal for every day.

  1. Mindshift


Don’t forget about your mental health when trying to renew yourself. You need a stable mind, body and soul for complete rejuvenation. Adults too suffer from nervous disorders like anxiety. Mindshift is an intuitive app that can tell what the current problem is by analyzing your feelings and give you a detailed information on how to calm yourself down. This is a quick and easy way to be proactive and prevent yourself from shutting down due to an excessive amount of anxiety.

Corporate life and stress management


Managing any number of responsibilities, constantly travelling and juggling other facets of life are the key reasons causing stress in the corporate world. Men and women working in a corporate organization are suffering from health related matters as well such as, hypertension, heart conditions, high blood pressure, etc.

The types of people that are likely to fall into this category might be, CEO’s, CFO’s, COO’s, politicians, bankers, investors, brokers, realtors and YOU! Yes, you might not even realize that your job is taking a toll on your health. Therefore comes the big question, “How can one manage his corporate life and stress?” Like every other health trouble, stress too should be treated as a grave concern.

So, we bring you a few tips to help you be a pro at your work while not being hindered by stress.

  • A healthy lifestyle is the first step towards achieving any healthy goal. Also, exercise more often. Walking is the best way to relax your mind and improve circulation in the body.
  • If you wish to take it a notch higher perform a tough physical workout once a week. It will help to reduce stress and improve physical as well as mental health.
  • Be your jovial best. Try to have more fun at work. Smile more often and induce a sense of humour with your staff. It will create sustainable relationships that will go a long way.
  • Don’t fret about things you have no control over. Instead, change your attitude towards it.
  • Practice Abhyanga as this ancient practice of self massage with medicated oils have the ability to calm the nervous system and rejuvenates you.
  • Try a good cleansing practice to get rid of toxins in your body. A detox diet along with ayurvedic cleansing therapies like Sneha Vasti or Shirodhara works best for stress.
  • Another ayurvedic therapy that fights stress is Nasyam as it soothes the nasal passages by relieving the accumulated stress and enhances mental clarity.
  • Before going to bed, massage your feet every night. This practice grounds the energy, soothes the nervous system, reduces stress, quiets the mind, and promotes sound sleep.
  • Take a leave from your work every year for at least two weeks. Take a vacation to a place that will induce peace in your life, recharge your batteries and restore your mental health.

One such place for stress management is Ayurvedic Village. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city life, experience the sheer bliss of Ayurveda and rejuvenate your body like never before at Ayurvedic Village. For more details, visit – www.ayurvedicvillage.com

Ayurvedic Herbs that help you meditate

The best way to fight stress and increase your ability to focus is through meditation. Increasing your ability to focus can boost creativity, promote problem-solving skills and decrease the stress associated with multi-tasking. However, sometimes, we need some help before even starting the meditation. If you are one of those anxious types who struggle keeping patience, meditating could be a big challenge for you. But, you can enhance your experience of meditation with the help of some of ayurveda’s herbs.


Translated as ‘the herbs that gives the knowledge of Brahman or Supreme reality’, Brahmi is a brain tonic. It calms your mental wellbeing and clarity while boosting memory and concentration. Add 1/2 teaspoon of organic brahmi powder to a cup of hot water, then add honey to taste, and drink the tea just before your meditation practice.


This ayurvedic herb is a mental soother as it calms the nerves of an anxious, agitated mind. Originated from the Himalayas, Jatamamsi is a powerful brain booster and memory enhancer. Boil 1 teaspoon of jatamamsi in 1 cup of milk for five minutes and drink in the morning.


Also known as ‘mantra repetition’, these exquisite flowers enhance the attention in meditation. It also helps in strengthening devotion and making mantras more fruitful. Set 1/4 ounce of the organic flowers in 1 pint of cool water, and drink a cup of this refreshing summer tea to encourage devotion to your spiritual practice.

Shankha Pushpi

Shankha Pushpi rejuvenates your mind, body and soul. It enhances your creativity and intelligence by improving the blood circulation in your brain. It also aids in learning and boosting memory. Prepare an infusion by mixing 1/2 teaspoon of the powdered organic herb in a cup of hot water.

Instant natural remedies for relief from toothache

Toothache can be difficult to endure and can ruin your day in a snap. You could lose all your focus since tooth troubles are extremely distracting. Though it is recommended to visit a doctor as soon as the signs of tooth pain occur, you can soothe the pain with some natural remedies till the time of your appointment.

We bring you few home based remedies that can give you a few moments of relief from the excruciating pain in your gums.

Baking Soda

Moisten a cotton swab with water and dip it well in baking soda. Apply it on the affected areas. If that doesn’t help, you can rinse your mouth with a mixture of a teaspoon of baking soda in warm water. After rinsing, you can drink the fluid for pain relief.

Oregano oil

Don’t apply oil of oregano directly. It is suggested that you mix a few drops of olive oil and dab the mixture on your gums with a cotton ball. If you are running out of olive oil, just mix oregano oil with lukewarm water instead.

Salt water

It is well known that salt is best used for reducing inflammation, pain or infection. Mix a teaspoon of salt with warm water and rinse your mouth with the liquid. It helps in preventing the infection to spread further in your mouth.

Hydrogen Peroxide

This works as a natural disinfectant by killing the bacteria in the infection as well as relieves pain and inflammation. Mix 2 teaspoons of hydrogen peroxide and a tablespoon of warm water. Rinse your mouth with it. However, do not swallow the mixture.


With wheatgrass, all you need to do is chew the leaves for pain relief. Also, you can replace your mouthwash with wheatgrass juice as it absorbs the toxins from gums, reduces bacteria, and avoids contamination.


Acts best as a natural antibiotic for fixing up throbbing toothache, onion is highly sought after in various natural remedies. You can either place a freshly cut onion on the area or extract the juice and apply with a cotton ball.


This is an age-old favourite remedy that has been passed through generations. Just keep a dry stalk of clove on the tooth or apply a hint of clove oil where it is paining.

Clear it up!


A stuffy or blocked nose turns to be quite annoying. Also referred to as Nasal Congestion, it is caused by cold, flu or sinus infections that are a result of inflamed blood vessels, excessive mucus buildup in your nostrils, hampering your breathing. In kids or newborn babies, it could be a dangerous problem as it affects breathing. But worry not! Fortunately, stuffy nose can be cleared with a few natural and effective remedies.


Two teaspoons of honey – that’s all you need to unclog your nose. If you want better results, mix at least 3 teaspoons of honey in warm water or milk.


Create a mixture of 2 teaspoons of lemon juice, ¼ teaspoon of black pepper powder and a pinch of salt. Apply it around the nasal area to treat blocked nose.


For instant relief, consume 1 teaspoon of freshly grated ginger mixed with a glass of warm water. If this mixture is too strong for you, you can make a tea with a mix of ginger, lemon juice and honey to obtain effective results.

Tomato Juice

Tomatoes are rich in vitamin C which will boost your immune system and also works to open up the sinuses to remove the mucus and also reduce the inflammation in the vessels.

Apple Cider Vinegar

If taken straight up without mixing it with anything, Apple Cider Vinegar thins the mucus quickly and drains our the sinuses in your nose. Thus, it cleans up your nasal passage giving you easy access for breathing.

Eucalyptus Oil

One of the most effective home remedies for stuffy nose is Eucalyptus oil. Pour a few drops of eucalyptus essential oil on a handkerchief or on a small piece of cloth and inhale its fragrance.


The smell of onion can awake the unconscious. So imagine what it can do to your stuffed nose. Peel off and cut an onion. Smell it for 4-5 minutes. It will clear your nose, giving you relief from nasal congestion.

Or if any of the above remedies don’t work, you can visit our Ayurvedic Village centre for Nasyam. Our highly skilled doctors will suggest you proper treatment after a detailed consultation. Visit www.ayurvedicvillage.com for more details.

Fruitarian Diet – Yes or no?


It all started with Adam and Eve! Eating only raw fruits isn’t new and this diet has been around ages. So what exactly is a fruitarian diet? Very much similar to Veganism, the fruitarian diet is made up of 75% fruits. Meat is a complete no-no. However, you can include nuts or other raw food to your diet. But what effects does it have on your body? And should you follow it?

Well, we won’t make the decision for you, but will surely help you with it by listing down the good and bad effects of the fruitarian diet. The rest is up to you.

Positive side

  • Perfect if you are trying to shed those extra kilos. Fruits are no low on calories and that’s why are recommended for people fighting with obesity.
  • This diet can be extremely convenient since it doesn’t require any cooking. You can just consume fruits in its raw, natural form.
  • Fruits are rich in fibre and are an excellent source of nutrients, as well as vitamins. It strengthens the body’s immune system making you less prone to constipation. Additionally, fruits like prunes and berries are also all-natural antioxidants.

Negative side

  • Though fruits contain an immense amount of nutrients, it still falls short as compared to a proper healthy meal. Therefore you could end up with a number of mineral and vitamin deficiencies.
  • Health problems you could possibly face due to the fruitarian diet include anemia, fatigue, weakness and prone to infections.
  • Since your body is not used to enough calories, your metabolism rate can hit a drop. It often goes into a state of catabolism.
  • Fruits provides us with natural sugar, but if fruits make up your entire diet, you are consuming way too much fructose. Excessive amounts of fructose consumption have also been linked to cancer.

So, we have enlisted the good and bad side of the fruitarian diet. Which way do you want to go? Let us know in the comments section below.