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The Powerful Benefits Of Cannabis Roots

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The root of cannabis has a long and valuable history of medical use in Ayurvedic medicine. It has been used for more than 5000 years, as a painkiller and to treat postpartum hemorrhage, STD, rheumatism, fever, infections, gout, venereal diseases, swelling and gastrointestinal diseases. 
It has been used topically to soothe skin wounds and burns. 
Juice of cannabis root has been used for lowering blood pressure, easier childbirth and to alleviate toothache.


Solar Plexus Chakra: Activate Your Inner Power

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Manipura chakra is also known as Navel chakra because it is positioned i the middle of abdomen behind the navel. Its energy radiates 7 cm below and above the navel and has an impact on the Root chakra and Sacral chakra.


Ayurvedic Tips For A Healthy Menstrual Cycle

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Menstruation is cyclic process that repeats every month in reproductive age of women. During menstruation blood, cervical mucus, vaginal secretions, and endometrial tissue are being thrown out of the body. 
Menstruation is a natural time of detoxification and rejuvenation. Its purpose is not only to prepare the body for conception and pregnancy but also to cleanse toxins and metabolic wastes out of the body. Women are believed to be healthier and to outlive men because of its cleansing effect.


Healing Power Of Moonlight | Moonbathing

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Moonlight is the light that reaches the earth which is reflected light from the sun and some stars. Moonlight originates from the same source as sunlight, but the moon's surface absorbs the harmful UV rays from the sun. Also, the light reflected by the lunar surface is polarized with the electromagnetic vibrations occurring on the single plane.


How To Make Delicious Chutneys

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Chutneys are delightful spicy preparations comparable with thick sauces. They originated over 5000 years ago, in India. The Hindi word chatni comes from a verb that means "to lick".
In the 17th century, during the colonial era, the British shipped chutney along with spices, textile, Ayurvedic books and other exotic food, from India to England and France. Nowadays, chutney has become very popular in Western cuisine. 


History Of Ayurveda

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Ayurveda "knowledge of longevity" is the earliest medical system in the world. It is as old as the universe itself. The origin of Ayurveda is considered to be divine, from the demigod Brahma who is overseer of the Universe. He taught this knowledge to other demigods. 


Secrets Of Sacral Chakra

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The energy of the svadhishthana is very vibrant.

Sanskrit word svadishthana translates as “one's own place”. In english language it's called sacral chakra, because it corresponds to the sacrum in your spine. The frontal trigger point is 4 fingers below the navel and 2 inches in.
At around seventh or eighth year of life, this chakra begins to vibrate, giving us an emotional intelligence.


The Ultimate Food List For All Doshas

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Ayurvedic medicine considers food as the main preventive medicine and in the same time prime culprit for causing diseases. Not following a proper diet creates imbalance of doshas which in turn vitiates bodily tissues, digestive enzymes, circulatory channels and bodily excretions.


Ayurvedic Regimen For Autumn

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Ritucharya is the Ayurvedic practice of shifting your diet and lifestyle routine with the changing seasons. It prepares us to seasonal changes and balances all the three doshas. Understanding and following the simple principles of ritucharya will keep the body in sync with the seasons. Factors like temperature, humidity, wind, rain and daylight hours all influence the body's natural cycles and vital systems. So it is advised to follow such regimen to help in adapting in the seasonal changes, and maintain your well being throughout the year.


Root Chakra: The Foundation Of All Chakras

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Human body has seven major energy centers, called chakras, which correspond to flow of energy throughout our body. They are: