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.
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.
Our eyes are some most important organs that we have. They are very delicate and need all the care they can get. Alochaka Pitta is what the controls the eyes and as time progresses, it becomes less balanced and hence, care is required throughout our lives.
Ayurveda has always advocated the use of warm water for our consumption. Warm water comes with a lot of benefits indeed and there are many amongst us who completely avoid drinking even slightly cold water on the warmest of days! But is that the best thing to do? Yes and No… But we’ll begin by telling why ‘Yes’.
We all welcome the monsoons in India…coming as it does after the scorching summer, monsoons offer much needed relief. While the mind and body seem to cool down in the monsoon season, it’s also the time to take extra care of what you eat as you are vulnerable to a variety of infections.
Ayurveda is the most ancient, continuously practiced healthcare discipline in the world. In ancient ayurvedic literature, a number of references are available with regard to the testing of drugs and food on animals, for evaluating their safety, before administration on human beings; ensuring their wise use. As per Ayurveda,Ghee, specifically cow’s ghee, is something to be taken from Day One of human life. Though the quantity differs with every person, it is one among the 10 food substances mentioned in the classics as essential to be included in the diet. It is also an essential ingredient in any Ayurvedic formulation.