Tulsi, the alternative name for holy basil is a common herb in the ancient Indian history. It was first mentioned around 1500 B.C in the Rig Veda, and it was celebrated for its countless benefits in the Ayurvedic medicine.
It originates from tropical Asia, but nowadays it grows in tropical climates throughout the world. In fact, is one of the most highly utilized and important plant in numerous countries. Its leaves are considered as adaptogen herbs that provide many different benefits for the entire body….Readmore
Depression feels like a dark fog that never lifts. It obscures the simple pleasures of life, limits our relationships, and impedes us from fulfilling goals and aspirations that can bring us joy, fulfilment and meaning.
Getting past the black clouds that disrupt our lives is no easy task. Depression and anxiety are not conditions that can easily be brushed away. Conventional pharmaceuticals have a surprisingly poor record track record of helping people (especially over the long-term) and they are not without serious side-effects…..Readmore
Pharmaceutical products like cough syrup and cold medicine often come hand in hand with various side-effects, so you better be very cautious when it comes to traditional western medicine. It is recommended to choose natural remedies instead, especially the ones that have roots in ancient medicine….Readmore
Hyperglycemia, i.e., high blood glucose is seen in individuals with uncontrolled diabetes. There are a few factors which can lead to the development of hyperglycemia in people who have diabetes.
Those factors are physical activity and food choices, not taking enough or skipping sugar-lowering drugs, non-diabetes drugs, and illness.
It is actually very vital to treat your high blood glucose. Untreated hyperglycemia might become severe and cause severe complications which will need emergency care, like a diabetic coma….Readmore
The skin changes with time, as does the entire body. The so-called ‘baby-fat’ is the first visible sign of aging, and then comes dryness in certain areas, age spots, scars, wrinkles, and more. If your diet is high in processed foods, you may even notice acne breakouts.
How To Keep Your Skin Youthful And Healthy
In general, a diet rich in fruits, veggies, greens, nuts, seeds, and whole grains makes a lot of difference in skin health. But, there are some superfoods which are especially beneficial for the skin….Readmore
Matcha means “powdered tea”. In the traditional green tea, components from the leaves get infused into the hot water, then the leaves are discarded. But with matcha, you are drinking the actual leaves, which have been finely powdered and made into a solution.
Unlike traditional green tea, matcha preparation involves covering the tea plants using shade cloths before they are harvested. This triggers the growth of leaves with better texture and flavor, which are hand selected, and steamed briefly to stop fermentation. Then these leaves are dried and aged in cold storage, which deepens the flavor. The dried leaves are stone-ground into a fine powder….Readmore
Pickles are considered a “take it or leave it” addition to a meal for most people. The majority of people either absolutely love pickles or hate them with a fiery passion. Pickles come in all shapes, sizes, and flavors. I might sound a bit like Bubba Gump from the Forrest Gump movie when I say this, but pickles can be sweet, savory, spicy, tangy, crunchy, crinkly, and sour — and the list goes on! Pickles are an affordable, low-calorie snack that can easily be eaten on the go (they even sell little to-go cups of pickles in some grocery stores). Some celebrities, like Selena Gomez, have boarded the pickle train as well. Selena even has pickles delivered to her from her hometown!….Readmore