Menopause Remedies (Evidence-Based)

Menopause is a transitional period in which women experience a reduction in estrogen levels which results in uncomfortable, and at many times, upsetting symptoms. Some of these symptoms are hot flashes, vaginal dryness, mood swings. fatigue, dryness of hair or hair loss, anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Most pharmaceutical treatments involve the use of HRT (Hormone… Read More Menopause Remedies (Evidence-Based)

Oral Cancer – Ayurvedic Treatment (Evidence-Based)

Oral Cancer refers to malignancies of the entire oral cavity including the lips, tongue, cheeks, throat, soft palate, floor of the mouth, and sinuses. Some of the risk factors for developing these cancers include smoking, chewing tobacco, excessive alcohol consumption and an STD known as HPV (Human-papillomavirus). This type of cancer can be life-threatening if… Read More Oral Cancer – Ayurvedic Treatment (Evidence-Based)

Treat Asthma Naturally (Evidence-Based)

Asthma is a common long-term disease of the lungs that is characterized by bronchospasms and obstructed airflow. It is typically managed with bronchodilators (eg. Albuterol), steroids (eg. Prednisone) and in some cases oxygen therapy. What many people are unaware of, is the fact that there are actually many clinically proven natural treatments for this condition.… Read More Treat Asthma Naturally (Evidence-Based)

Reduce Tremors in Parkinson’s Disease

Tremor’s in Parkinson’s occur due to the deficiency of Dopamine – a neurotransmitter that is responsible for neuro-muscular function, cognition, mood, attention and more. This occurs due to neurodegeneration. However, there are solutions beyond that of L-Dopa supplementation. In this video, I discuss a simple, research-proven solution. Tremors are one of the of the 3… Read More Reduce Tremors in Parkinson’s Disease

Reverse Irritable Bowel Syndrome Naturally

  Irritable bowel syndrome is a condition affecting the large intestine in which patients develop symptoms such as abdominal cramps, gas, frequent bowel movements involving loose stools (diarrhea) and in some cases constipation. For the most part, this condition tends to be difficult to manage by western medicine (Allopathy). However, in Ayurveda, several clinically proven… Read More Reverse Irritable Bowel Syndrome Naturally

Hepatitis B – Natural/Ayurvedic Treatment (Evidence-Based)

Hepatitis B is well known for being one of the worst liver infections in which the liver becomes chronically inflamed. It is considered incurable and tends to be easily contracted via bodily fluids. The most common ways in which a person may contract this infection is sexual intercourse (vaginal or anal), sharing of needles or… Read More Hepatitis B – Natural/Ayurvedic Treatment (Evidence-Based)

Poly-Cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) – Natural Treatment

Being one of the most complicated gynecological conditions, PCOS requires a proper evaluation of etiology. Some cases are due to high androgens and some to high estrogen levels. When estrogen is too high for prolonged periods, it results in a wide range of symptoms including an increase in follicle formation – this produces excessively heavy… Read More Poly-Cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) – Natural Treatment

Fatty Liver Disease – Natural/Ayurvedic Treatment

Believe it or not, fatty liver has become a shockingly common disease. Nowadays, we consume foods which lack nutrients responsible for regulating our body functions, one of which is sugar metabolism, which results in a condition known as Insulin Resistance. Studies have linked Insulin resistance to the development of fatty liver disease. Insulin resistance a… Read More Fatty Liver Disease – Natural/Ayurvedic Treatment

Clinical Uses of Amla (Indian Gooseberry)

In my clinical experience, I have used Amla in several GIT related, metabolic, and immune system related conditions. Some include: – Diabetes – Rickets – Hyperacidity – Constipation – Hepatitis – Gout – Gastritis – Poor Immunity – HIV/AIDS – Anemia – Weakness – Hemorrhoids – Hyper-hydrosis (external application) – Premature greying of hair –… Read More Clinical Uses of Amla (Indian Gooseberry)

Multiple Sclerosis – Natural Treatment (Part 4)

The 4th part of MS treatment involves correcting Insulin resistance and countering the effects of stress. MS is characterized by an auto-immune reaction that involves the breakdown of Myelin (the insulation around neurons) via the process of neuro-inflammation. However, the fact that all MS patients tend to also have insulin resistance, gives us the clue… Read More Multiple Sclerosis – Natural Treatment (Part 4)

Multiple Sclerosis – Natural Treatment (Part 3)

In part 1 and part 2, I discussed methods of reducing neuro-inflammation in order to slow down disease progression, as well as a way to stimulate nerve growth and significantly enhance neurological health. These factors play an important role in triggering the process of healing, however, in order for the brain to completely heal, we… Read More Multiple Sclerosis – Natural Treatment (Part 3)

Multiple Sclerosis – Natural Treatment (Part 2)

In part 1,  I spoke about the importance of reducing/inhibiting neuro-inflammation, in order to slow down the progression of multiple sclerosis. By slowing down the progression, we give the brain time to heal and to start regenerating myelin, thus improving neuron health and reducing severity of symptoms. The second part of treatment involves assisting the… Read More Multiple Sclerosis – Natural Treatment (Part 2)

Multiple Sclerosis – Natural Treatment (Part 1)

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an auto-immune and neuro-degenerative condition in which the body’s own immune system attacks and destroys the protective sheath that covers nerve fibers by inducing neuro-inflammation. This protective sheath is called “Myelin”. Myelin is a fatty substance that insulates the axons of nerve cells, and protects it. As Myelin degrades, is causes… Read More Multiple Sclerosis – Natural Treatment (Part 1)