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Ayurveda disregards any such thing as disease or healing, as the purpose of Ayurveda is not healing,
it is to achieve a state of balance and maintain it, says Yogi Ashwini Ji

 Ayurveda eliminates the root cause of imbalance, thereby curing the disease, and bringing a glow to the body. In this series, we will talk about rejuvenating tonics for various systems of the body like the nervous, respiratory, skeletal, muscular, digestive, circulatory etc., which work in tandem to keep the body in a state of balance.

Before we start with any rejuvenating therapies it’s important to remove toxins from the system so that the absorption of nutrients becomes easy and effective.

Triphala is excellent for expelling waste. Take equal quantities of amla, harar and bahera, deseed, and grind into a fine powder. Mix half a teaspoon with warm water and consume every night for a month only, as excessive use of triphala leads to addiction. Triphala is the first step in Ayurvedic cleansing.

Harar, if administered separately, is beneficial for various digestive, respiratory and oral imbalances. It is one of the most potent herbs, hence it is not for suitable for pregnant women or people who are into fasting, are emaciated, who suffer from dryness or aggravated pitta.

If harar is chewed properly it kindles the digestive fire and is effective in indigestion. Chewing one small fruit of harar — its seed removed — with molasses after every meals, is an effective cure for indigestion and flatulence. It is important to include cow’s ghee in one’s diet when one is taking a preparation which contains harar as harar is dry in nature. Chewed orally, it is beneficial for teeth and gums and also for mouth ulcers. It takes about two-six months for the results to show.

It is advisable to always get your constitutional analysis done before consuming any ayurvedic preparations as ayurvedic preparations are highly individualistic.

Warning : Do not buy these ingredients from so-called ayurvedic practioners who sell medicines without verifying the ingredients.

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