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Ayurvedic tips for your health from Oneworld Ayurveda retreat in Bali

How to Boost Your Immune System

  • 2020/03/09

Never has boosting your immune system been more important than today. The immune system is a remarkably effective structure that protects you from.... Read more

Ayurvedic Baby Massage

  • 2020/02/26

According to Ayurveda, massage is a very important daily ritual for babies. It has many benefits for the baby as it imparts deep relaxation and good s.... Read more

Ayurvedic First Aid | Tips for Treating Minor Burns

  • 2020/02/17

Tips for treating minor burns There are many Ayurvedic home remedies that can be used for treating minor burns or redness that has a burning sens.... Read more

How can Ayurveda help treat Obesity?

  • 2020/01/10

Obesity is a wide-spread condition in the modern world. It is linked to many health issues and diseases, such as diabetes, heart problems, certain.... Read more

An Ayurvedic Approach to Diabetes

  • 2019/11/21

Diabetes mellitus is the leading cause of death and disability worldwide. The term refers to a group of common metabolic disorders that share the phen.... Read more

Relieving Hemorrhoids with Ayurveda

  • 2019/10/11

Piles or hemorrhoids are swollen veins in and around the anus and rectum. They can be either internal or external. Some of the symptoms include pa.... Read more

Mainstreaming of Ayurveda

  • 2019/09/24

Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine, is living wisdom. Approximately 70% of the total population in India knowingly or unknowingly fol.... Read more

What should I eat when I have the flu?

  • 2019/09/05

Ayurveda considers low digestive fire as one of the root causes of many diseases. The following seven food and drink recommendations will help you.... Read more

Menopause in Ayurveda

  • 2019/09/02

The menstrual cycle is a monthly internal cleansing process which not only helps maintain the reproductive system but the entire body. When menstr.... Read more

Bone health in Ayurveda

  • 2019/07/29

Asti dhatu or bones are one of the seven main tissues of the body. In Ayurveda, the bones and joints are considered the site of Vata in the bod.... Read more