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Health & Wellness

Why Naturopathy?

Article contributed By Dr Teerthika Naturopathy is a distinct type of primary care medicine that blends age-old healing traditions with scientific advances and current research. It is guided by a [...]

Why Naturopathy?2021-08-24T09:22:37+00:00

Lung Health

Lung Health Article contributed by Dr.Himanshu Tiwari Our lungs are the primary organs of our respiratory system. Both lungs are situated in the thoracic cavity, located in the chest on either [...]

Lung Health2021-06-24T04:28:58+00:00

Build Your Immunity

Build Your Immunity Article contributed by Dr.Dinesh Kurup If children suffer frequently from fever or any sort of infection, it is because there is deficiency / lack of immunity. But once [...]

Build Your Immunity2021-05-21T12:45:46+00:00

Detox

Detox Article contributed by Dr.Lalitha Balaji The word detox brings to mind something that’s always related to diet, especially since various detox diets are promoted through our media. Actually, there’s [...]

Detox2021-05-21T11:04:19+00:00

Abhyanga – A Magical Therapy

Article contributed by By Dr. Shilpa.B.S, Consultant, Sri Sri Tattva Center for Holistic  Wellness , Bangalore Ayurveda is the science of life; therefore the art of longevity always emphasises the prevention of [...]

Abhyanga – A Magical Therapy2021-04-05T07:21:33+00:00

Sri Sri Meru Chikitsa

Sri Sri Meru Chikitsa Article contributed by Dr James Stone and Shruti Chaudarry, Sri Sri Tattva Centre for Holistic Wellness, Nature is very clever. She has designed the human [...]

Sri Sri Meru Chikitsa2021-03-13T13:45:34+00:00

Ayurveda & Hyperacidity

Ayurveda & Hyperacidity Article contributed by By Dr. Lalatendu Rath, Senior Consultant, Sri Sri Tattva Centre Holistic  Wellness , Bangalore Hyperacidity is known in Ayurveda as Amlapitta. Amla is sour [...]

Ayurveda & Hyperacidity2021-03-13T13:42:17+00:00

Shishira Ritucharya

Shishira Ritucharya   Article contributed by Dr. Shubhaprada R, BAMS, YIC, Nadi Vaidya, Sri Sri Tattva Shishira Ritu falls between mid -January (Maagha)  and mid-March (Phalguna). There will be seasonal [...]

Shishira Ritucharya2021-02-15T04:56:13+00:00