• Turning co…ool to Hot !!!

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    Puzzled by the title ???? I shall elaborate the meaning, it indicates the change of season, from winter to summer. Ayurveda terms this change as ‘Rutu Parivartan’. Ayurveda explains 6 rutus in a year, namely Shishir, Vasant, Grishma, Varsha, Sharad, & Hemant. The upcoming rutu – which likely falls from mid-March to mid-May – The “Vasant Rutu”, is the junction of these two seasons, where in the climate is neither too hot and nor too cold. The season changes its nature and qualities, and so does the body and its doshas. Hence it is very important to modify our diet and lifestyle accordingly to avoid seasonal illness. The sanchit (accumulated) kapha in the previous shishir rutu, starts liquefying with the increased warmth of the vasant rutu, which then spreads out and rests in sinuses, masks jatharagni and weakens it, resulting in indigestion, appetite loss, migrane, headache, acidity, cough, etc. Ayurveda explains some Do’s and Dont’s to prevent these ailments : Do’s in Vasant Rutu – Diet : Have foods which are easy to digest. Grains like
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  • Sciatica

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    Sciatica or Gridhrasi is a severe painful condition affecting the posterior aspect of one or both the lower limbs. The pain radiates along the path of sciatic nerve which has its origin at the back of the pelvis from the
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  • 5 Super foods for winter

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    Health as per Ayurveda means equilibrium of all the three doshas, seven dhatus, three mala, and Agni. To maintain this equilibrium Ayurveda explains Dinacharya (Daily regimen) & Rutucharya (Seasonal regimen), which includes various diet, exercise, dressing, creating favorable, soothing  and
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