Mar 27, 2006 03:20 PST
Volume 6: Issue 2
Dr Partap Chauhan
Spring is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. In meteorology, it
is counted as the whole months of March, April, and May in the Northern
Hemisphere and September, October,
and November in the Southern Hemisphere. It comes as a warm, welcome
change after long winter blues. Read more
and Value Offers at Ayunique Clinics
Jiva has introduced Healthcare Memberships at its Ayunique Clinic and
Panchkarma Centres in Delhi and Faridabad. Membership benefits include
massages, steam baths, classical Ayurveda therapies, product gift
baskets, and product discounts. They also include health consultations
with our Ayurvedic specialists and a personalized Lifestyle Plan. Jiva
has also launched De-Stress Gift Certificates
redeemable at the Ayunique Clinics. Read
collaborates with leading Health institutions
Jiva Institute has entered into collaboration with the Ayurveda Academy
of Lithuania and Klaipeda University to enhance health practices through
Ayurveda. This alliance will facilitate exchanges of teachers, students,
and Ayurveda experts between the three organizations. The affiliate
institutions will strive to demonstrate the efficacy of Ayurveda in the
modern age through various academic and clinical activities including
research programs and projects.
Read more <http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/events.asp#collaborates> .
Basil Tea or Tulasyadi phanta is an excellent recipe for alleviating
allergies and symptoms of sinusitis, flu, influenza, hay fever,
bronchitis, and asthma. Read more
Share your recipe!
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Basil is a natural air freshener and insect repellant. It is also used
in various Mediterranean and Indian cuisines. The holy basil is commonly
used for healing various minor disorders, such as cough cold. Read more
Focus - Bipolar Disorder>
Bipolar disorder (manic-depressive illness) is a mood disorder, which
means that the symptoms are disturbances or abnormalities of mood. It
involves episodes of both serious mania and depression. Bipolar disorder
may result from a chemical imbalance within the brain. Read more
Focus - Bipolar Disorder> .
Homemade brain and eye tonic
Almonds: 50 in number
White pepper: 50 in number
Anise seeds: Equal to the weight of 50 almonds.
Grind all the ingredients and store them in a glass container. Take one
teaspoonful twice daily with a cup of milk. You may add a little sugar
for better taste. It is a very good brain tonic and equally good for the
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