Browsing Archive: November, 2009

Noni - The Solution to Your Supplement Dilemma

Posted by Gowthaman Krishnamoorthy on Saturday, November 28, 2009, In : Herbs and Health 
Morinda citrifolia commonly known as NONI, or the Indian mulberry, is a tree that belongs to coffee family. It is native to Southeast Asia but has now spread throughout the world. Tahiti remains the most prominent commercial growing location today.

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Managing Arthritis with Ayurveda and Yoga

Posted by Gowthaman Krishnamoorthy on Friday, November 20, 2009, In : Ayurveda and Diseases 
Arthritis is one of the common problems in developing as well as developed countries and according to statistics about 25% of the world population are affected by this disease. In medical terms it is referred as ‘pain and swelling in the joints which may lead to disability of the joint or limb if untreated properly’. The word ‘arthro’ means joints, hence, ‘arthritis’ means pain
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Spiritual and Physical Healing with Camphor

Posted by Gowthaman Krishnamoorthy on Tuesday, November 17, 2009, In : Herbs and Health 
Camphor is a transparent waxy crystalline material that has a strong pungent aroma. The crude camphor oil is formed in the cells and is thus distributed in all parts of the ........................  http://www.rvita.com/index.php?option=com_content&sub_itemid=3&task=view&id=6923&sec_id=10&cat_id=-1&mode=research 
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Remedy for irritable Bowel syndrome

Posted by Gowthaman Krishnamoorthy on Tuesday, November 17, 2009, In : Frequently asked questions 
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Ayurvedic Ways of Cooking Rice

Posted by Gowthaman Krishnamoorthy on Monday, November 16, 2009,

Preparing the food in traditional ways makes the product healthier and easy for digestion. Modern day cooking gears, unfortunately, keep the unwanted materials in the food which in turn spoils the health of every person. For example, before the pressure cookers were introduced the traditional method of cooking rice involved removing the extra water after the rice is cooked properly, which in turn removed the extra and unwanted carbohydrates from the rice. This way, one doesn’t get to ingest...


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