Licorice root has been used for treating ulcers, inflammatory skin conditions, low body weight, hepatitis, acidity, laryngitis, SARS, bronchitis, and many other conditions, for many years. In fact, there are references to licorice root in ancient Ayurvedic texts, dating back to 3000 B.C. According to multiple studies, the key chemical constituent “glycyrrhizin” has shown promising… Read More Licorice Root Heals Peptic Ulcers
Bronchitis is a condition in which the bronchial tubes become inflamed. This occurs due to infections (viral or bacterial), allergies, or irritants like smoke, dust, fumes, etc. Bronchitis is either acute or chronic – in this article, we will be discussing acute bronchitis, specifically, a wet cough. The reason a “wet cough” is given that… Read More Wet Cough (Bronchitis) – Natural Treatment
Excessive menstrual bleeding is known as Menorrhagia. This condition can be quite detrimental in many ways since the excessive loss of blood can lead to severe anemia, which can then lead to cardiac arrest. Therefore, It is extremely important to get this condition under control quickly. Most doctors treat this condition with the use of… Read More Excessive Menstrual Bleeding – Ayurvedic Treatment
Acidity & GERD are caused by an imbalance of stomach acid (HCl) and an improperly functioning esophageal sphincter. In recent studies, inflammation has been identified as one of the possible causes of acidity. A bacteria known as H. Pylori also appears to play a significant role in some patients. This is the same bacteria that… Read More Reduce Acidity & GERD With Ayurvedic Medicine
Neuro-degenerative healing with “Withania Somnifera” By Dr. Nishal R. Withania Somnifera has been used for thousands of years by Ayurvedic Doctors for treating memory loss, metal fatigue, and other cognitive issues. It has also been used for conditions like tissue wasting, premature aging, sexual dysfunction, low immunity, asthma, cancer, depression, arthritis and anaemia. It is… Read More Neuro-degenerative healing with “Withania Somnifera” by Dr. Nishal R.