• Yoga for Vulnerability
    The awareness of my own vulnerability has made me more aware of others’ vulnerability and more loving and receptive in general. This special at-home practice is anchored in an invitation to focus on the rise and fall. Join me for this 35 minute loving […] The post Yoga for Vulnerability... Read more
    Source: Yoga With Adriene Published on: 2020-04-05 By Yoga With Adriene
  • How I’m Finding Hope in the Pandemic
    “We must be willing to let go of the life we’ve planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.” ~Joseph Campbell It’s hard to believe the state of the world we are in. It feels like … The post How I’m Finding Hope in the Pandemic... Read more
    Source: Tiny Buddha Published on: 2020-04-02 By Kimberly Hetherington
  • Taro Root (Colocasia) – Uses, Recipes, Remedies, Toxicity, Research
    By Dr Renita D’SouzaTaro is a tuber crop and is a natural source of energy. It is considered as a good source of carbohydrates and potassium. Traditionally the plant is used as remedy for general debility, constipation, baldness, stomatitis, piles, liver ailments etc. Taro roots and tender leaves are used... Read more
    Source: easyayurveda Published on: 2020-03-27 By Dr J V Hebbar MD(Ayu)
  • CoronaVirus: Ayurvedic Analysis, Possible Prevention, Treatment Principles, Remedies
    By Dr Sandeep Bekal and Dr Janardhana V Hebbar Disclaimer: This is a theoretical article about how far can Ayurveda be useful in preventing or treating the symptoms of CoronaVirus. We are not claiming to prevent it or cure it. Do not follow any advice given in this article (or... Read more
    Source: easyayurveda Published on: 2020-03-16 By Dr J V Hebbar MD(Ayu)
  • Interrelationship Between Various Systems of Body
    By Mr AK Shyam The Human body is composed of eleven separate BUT interconnected systems – Skeletal, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, excretory, nervous, integumentary, immune, endocrine and reproductive.  These systems work in tandem to maintain health. Skeletal system Skeletal system provides structure to the human body, stores minerals, produces blood... Read more
    Source: easyayurveda Published on: 2020-03-12 By Dr J V Hebbar MD(Ayu)
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