Diwali is indeed a season full of joy, happiness and festivities. Don’t spoil with guilt and fear of tasting amazing varieties of food .Festivals are meant to break the monotony of our lives. Indian food wisdom has never promoted bad health .Our food culture is infused with brilliant food ideas that allows us to indulge in these goodies without affecting our basic health. Rather,it is the drastic life style and food style changes that has brought us to think that such festive snacking leads to health issues.
Ingredients: Njavara rice, Induppu & the below mentioned 21 herbs.
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In the month of aadi/ karkataka/pre-monsoon and monsoon, all the body balancing humors get vitiated, resulting in metabolic deviations in every susceptible cell of a living body. The climatic changes, (whether it rains or not) affects all the living beings including humans, animals and plants. It is very much apparent from the illness scores presenting during the season- starting from a mild stomach upset to the severest of disorders. It’s seen there are new disease outbreaks along with the recurring episodes of dormant chronic diseases making the person troubled.
Paraben are commonly and widely used synthetically-produced preservatives in cosmetics, personal care and pharmaceutical products. Many commercially produced shampoos, lotions, creams, gels, makeup, etc. use parabens and their salts as preservatives. They are used for their antibacterial and fungicidal properties. They are low-cost and easily available and hence, replaced natural alternatives.
Ayurveda or the “Science of Life” advocates that diet forms an important part of our body’s well-being. What you put in your body determines how it functions. The right food in the right measure at the right time is what keeps your body going.
Aval or beaten rice or flattened rice or poha, is an easily digestible, filling, energy-rich food used in various forms, sweet or savoury. They are essentially rice flakes. Thickness of the flakes varies from very thin and translucent to thicker than a regular rice grain.
Chillies are very much associated with the Asian cuisine and the different Indian cuisines, where they have long been an integral part. They are believed to have originated in the American continents and were brought to Asia by the Portuguese. The chilly has now spread across the world and can be found in nearly every vegetable store.
The mesmerising, riveting, rejuvenating, woody, warm, sweet aroma of Sandalwood is one that is familiar to many an Indian. Traditionally used in sacred rituals and ceremonies, the use of sandalwood to purify, heal and calm continues widely even today.
Haircare is inextricably tied up with Ayurveda. Hair health is an important aspect of beauty and grooming. Natural remedies are sought to ensure safe care. Ayurvedic studies on haircare are extensive and proven. Ayurveda suggests the use of various herbs, fruits, seeds, flowers, etc. in caring for your hair and remedying problems like hair fall, thinning, premature greying, dandruff, etc.
Sanjeevanam offers a wide selection of Ayurvedic services and therapeutic procedures that promote wellness and offer natural solutions to several ailments. It draws on Ayurveda’s time tested, proven remedies that focus on your specific health problems and also, provide holistic solutions.
In addition to the following procedures, Sanjeevanam offers Pizhichil, Elakizhi, Shirovasthi, Udvarthanam, Abhyangam, Urovasthi, Netratharpanam and Panchakarma.