Activate Turmeric Super Power by mixing with pepper & good fats for better absorption. Shared Ayurveda’s golden milk recipe for holistic health benefits.
Ayurveda’s Golden Herb Tulsi is aromatic, beautiful, delicious and saatvic (lending light, perception and clarity).
India has given the culinary world so many things to be grateful for. One of the most popular spice blends in India is called garam masala.
Sweet and sour Tamarind is popular because of its many health and medicinal benefits. It supports a healthy heart, manage diabetes, boost the immune system, helps prevent heat stroke, support weight loss, aids development of muscle and nerves, support digestion and helps prevent ulcer.
Turmeric is ubiquitous in Indian cooking, but in most other parts of the world, incorporating turmeric into your diet requires more attention. Of course, a great way to do this is by making Turmeric Tea a part of your daily rituals.
Guggul has the ability to support healthy cholesterol levels and helps in weight management. It is also good for the movement of the joints.
Jatiphala commonly called Nutmeg is a significant herb in Ayurveda. It is an appetizer, aromatic & astringent. It helps in preventing the expulsion of flatulence & thus acts as a good digestive.
In Ayurveda, Tulsi is the Queen of Herbs. It is revered as an elixir of life for both its medicinal and spiritual properties.
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