Saturday, March 6, 2010


Years pass by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salt, poison and any unwanted entering our body. With time, the salt accumulates and this needs to undergo cleaning treatments.

How are we going to do this?
It is very easy, first take a bunch of parsley(KOTHIMBIR, Coriander, HARA DHANIYA) and wash it clean

Then cut it in small pieces and put it in a pot and pour clean water and boil it for ten minutes and let it cool down and then filter it and pour in a clean bottle and keep it inside refrigerator to cool.
Drink one glass daily and you will notice all salt and other accumulated poison coming out of your kidney by urination. Also you will be able to notice the difference which you never felt before.
Parsley is known as best cleaning treatment for kidneys and it is natural!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Home Remedy for Nose Bleed

 Nose bleeding is a common ailment that is found in children and adults alike. It is mainly the result of the vulnerability of the nose lining that contains various tiny blood vessels, which tend to bleed easily. There are various reasons or causes of nose bleeding, such as injury to the nose, infection of the mucous membrane, dryness, cold, nose picking and also a sudden impact or blow to the nose. Still, there may be instances where nosebleed occurs without any specific cause. Most of the nose bleeding occurs in the front part of the nose and can be stopped easily. In case the bleeding takes place internally, you need to consult a doctor. Given below are some of the home remedies for treating nose bleed, naturally.

Thursday, November 26, 2009


Combat Migraines in a natural ways:
1. Caffeine was found to an effective relief for headache. It works the same with ibuprofen. If you combine both caffeine plus ibuprofen you will get the best combination but be careful with your intake. Sometimes caffeine is responsible for rebound headaches. Caffeine can be found in coffee, tea and other carbonated beverages.
2. Ginger like ginger root and tea is also a headache helper. It acts as a natural antihistamine and anti-inflammatory. This is effective in preventing migraine from getting worse.
3. Food rich in vitamin B2 or a dose of it helps boost energy in brain and muscle cells. It is effective as aspirin in reducing and treating migraines.
4. Eating complex carbohydrates that can be found in whole grain bread, rice, pasta and veggies gives the energy your body needs. It helps by reducing the duration and frequency of migraines. It also prevents the migraine from getting worse.
5. Omega-3 found in fish particularly wild fish is also effective in combating migraine.
6. Foods rich in magnesium like legumes, squash and spinach are found to reduce migraine attack.
7. Another way to combat migraine is aromatherapy. Green apples scents are found to be effective in reducing migraine pain.

Saturday, November 21, 2009


Ayurved ("the science of life"), the traditional medicine of India, is not a science artificially imposed upon living beings. Ayurveda is made up of two Sanskrit words: “Ayu” which means life and “Veda” which means the knowledge. To know about life is Ayurveda. Ayurved is based upon a profound understanding of the spirit of life and the movement of its force. Ayurved has a holistic approach to individuals wherein it does not differentiate between the body and the mind as they are interrelated and integrated .So what happens to one influences the other.
It is a science based upon the observation of living being and their actual reaction to their environment. Many scholars believe that knowledge of Ayurveda spread out from India and influenced the ancient Chinese system of medicine, Unani medicine, and the medicine practiced by Hippocrates in Greece. It also emphasizes on preventive health care.
Many Ayurvedic practices were handed down by word of mouth and were used before there were written records. Two ancient books, written in Sanskrit on palm leaves more than 2,000 years ago, are thought to be the first texts on Ayurveda--Charaka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita.
Ayurveda views a person as a unique individual made up of five primary elements. The elements are ether (space), air, fire, water, and earth. Each element is represented in the human body. When any of these elements are present in the environment, they will in turn have an influence on us.
These elements combine to form 3 doshas.
Vata Dosha: Ether and Air come together to form Vata.
Vata governs movement and is responsible for directing such functions as the heart beat, respiration, circulation, movement of food in digestion and the nerve impulses. Too much Vata can lead to symptoms such as high blood pressure, while too little can result in constipation. Emotionally it is responsible for such positive emotions as creativity and flexibility and its' negative aspects are fear and anxiety.
Pitta Dosha: Fire, plus  water come together as Pitta
Pitta governs transformation, perception and metabolism and it is responsible for such functions as transformation of foods into nutrients, digestion and temperature. Too much Pitta can lead to symptoms such as ulcers and acne, while too little can result in indigestion and obesity. Emotionally it is connected with courage, ambition, anger and pride.
Kapha Dosha: Water and Earth make the dosha Kapha
Kapha governs structure and lubrication of the body and is responsible for growth and immunity. Too much Kapha can lead to symptoms such as a runny nose or productive cough, while too little can result in bone problems. It governs emotions such as love and devotion, greed and jealousy.
Everybody is born with a unique combination of these three doshas and this is termed as their prakriti or constitution.
There are 8 branches of Ayurveda.
Kayachikitsa (Internal medicine): This branch deals with treatment of the entire being, mind, body and spirit.
Shalakya Tantra( ENT and Cephalic diseases): This branch deals with the diseases of ear, nose, throat and head and their treatments including special techniques for curing these diseases.
Shalyatantra (Surgery): Maharishi 'Sushruta' is the first surgeon who is also the author of Shalya Chikitsa, the foremost specialty of Ayurveda. The specialty of Shalya covers topics such as anatomy, Physiology, surgical treatment of conditions.
Agadatantra (Poisoning and Toxicology): This branch deals with the toxins from all sources, including air and waterborne toxins.
Kaumarabhritya (Pediatrics): This branch deals with the prenatal and postnatal baby care as well as the care of a woman before and during pregnancy and various diseases of childhood.
Rasayana (Rejuvenation): This branch which is unique to Ayurveda, deals with prevention of diseases and promotion of a long and healthy life. It is concerned with healthy diet and codes of behavioral conduct.
Vajikarana (Aphrodisiacs): This branch deals with the means of increasing sexual vitality and efficiency.
Bhutavidya (Psychology): The study of mental diseases and their treatments. Treatment methods include medicines, diet regulation and yogic methods for treatment of mental diseases.
There are 6 tastes according to Ayurveda that should be included in daily diet.

 wheat, milk, dates, rice.
yogurt, tamarind, lemon.
sea salt, kelp, rock salt.
onion, radish, chilly, Ginger Root
dandelion root, bitter melon, rhubarb root.
plantain, pomegranate, apples

Ayurvedic Tips for Balanced Living

Ayurvedic Tips for Balanced Living

  • Rise before the sunrise.

  • Drink a full glass (8 oz.) of room temperature or warm water.

  • Clean your face, mouth and nasal passages and gargle with salt water.

  • Do some light yoga or stretching exercises.

  • Meditate for 20 minutes.

  • Take a walk or run for ½ hour, 3–4 times per week.

  • Have a nutritional breakfast according to your body type.

  • Have a relaxing or complete meal at lunchtime. 11–2 pm.

  • Eat dinner between 5:00 and 7:00 pm. This should not be a heavy meal.

  • Allow two hours after your dinner before going to bed.

  • Bedtime should be around 10:00–11:00 pm.

  • Give thanks to god.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

8 Foods That Combat Fat *exclusive*

8 Foods That Combat Fat

Your allies in battling bulge? Foods that do the work for you. These edibles have proven lipid-melting powers that help you slim. Thats a win. 

Almond joy! Dieters who ate 3 ounces of these nuts every day reduced their weight and body-mass index by a solid 18 percent compared with an 11 percent drop in the no-nut group, a study in the International Journal of Obesity found. Almonds are high in alpha-linolenic acid, which can speed the metabolism of fats. Stick to 12 per serving.
By Veronica Byrd, Self
Vitamin C“loaded fruit such as strawberries and raspberries can help you sizzle up to 30 percent more fat during exercise, suggests research from Arizona State University at Mesa. Blend a vinaigrette of 1 cup berries and ¼ cup balsamic vinegar

This spice could make your waistline nice. Sprinkling ¼ teaspoon on your food may prevent a post-meal insulin spike”this increase normally occurs after you eat and signals the body that it should store fat rather than burn it, explains Lauren Slayton, R.D., of New York City. Add a dash to your oatmeal, yogurt or coffee.
Hello, yellow. The spice that gives mustard its color, turmeric, may slow the growth of fat tissues, a study in the journal Endocrinology notes. Eighty-six mayo in favor of any mustard; sprinkle turmeric on cauliflower and roast for a tangy side.
Prevent pound creep with this citrus star: It contains fat-torching compounds called flavones. Women who ate the most flavones had a significantly lower increase in body fat over a 14-year period, a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition finds. Snack on slices or drink freshly squeezed OJ (with pulp!) for the biggest payback.

These green gems are rich in choline, a compound that blocks fat absorption and breaks down fatty deposits. Add ½ cup edamame to a salad.

Sweet Potatoes
Trade up to sweet taters. Theyre high in fiber, which means no drastic insulin jumps and thus less fat packed onto your hips. Bake a small sweet potato”think of two bars of soap as a portion size”and top with a dollop of low-fat or nonfat cottage cheese.

Swiss cheese
Holy cow: Calcium-rich foods reduce fat-producing enzymes and increase fat breakdown, says Michael B. Zemel, Ph.D., director of the Nutrition Institute at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Put toe to toe with some of its cheesy counterparts, Swiss is a heavy hitter in the calcium department; layer a slice on a lunchtime sandwich or stack some on high-fiber crackers.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Anti-Cancer Diet


Several large studies have found that those who eat more garlic are less likely to develop various kinds of cancer, especially in digestive organs such as the esophagus, stomach, and colon. Ingredients in the pungent bulbs may keep cancer-causing substances in your body from working, or they may keep cancer cells from multiplying. Experts dont know how much you need to eat to prevent cancer, but a clove a day may be helpful.

As a tasty treat, berries are hard to beat. But their juicy goodness also may make them one of the foods to fight cancer. Berries contain particularly powerful antioxidants, meaning they can halt a naturally occurring process in the body that creates free radicals that can damage your cells. Compounds in berries may also help keep cancers from growing or spreading. So, as part of your anti-cancer diet, pick up a handful of blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, or any other favorite berries today.

Some research has found that eating tomatoes may help protect men from prostate cancer. The juicy red orbs can help guard the DNA in your cells from damage that can lead to cancer. Tomatoes contain a particularly high concentration of an effective antioxidant called lycopene. Your body may absorb lycopene better from processed tomato foods such as sauce, which means that whole-wheat pasta with marinara sauce could be a delicious way to help lower your risk of this disease.

Cruciferous Vegetables

Cruciferous vegetables ” the group containing broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower ” may be particularly helpful in protecting you from cancer. Researchers have found that components in these veggies can protect you from the free radicals that can damage your cells' DNA. They may also shield you from cancer-causing chemicals, help slow the growth of tumors, and encourage cancer cells to die. Theyre a tasty and healthy addition to your anti-cancer diet.

Green Tea

Tea contains antioxidants called catechins, which may help prevent cancer in a variety of ways, including keeping free radicals from damaging cells. Lab studies have found that catechins in tea can shrink tumors and reduce tumor cell growth. Some ” but not all ” studies in humans have also linked drinking tea to a lower risk of cancer. Both green and black teas contain catechins, but youll get more antioxidants from green tea, so you may want to consider a cup or more in your anti-cancer diet.

Whole Grains

According to the American Institute for Cancer Research, whole grains contain many components that might lower your risk of cancer, including fiber and antioxidants. A large study including nearly half a million people found that eating more whole grains might lower the risk of colorectal cancer, making them a top item in the category of foods to fight cancer. Oatmeal, barley, brown rice, and whole-wheat bread and pasta are all examples of whole grains.
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