• Keep your eyes healthy & beautiful

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    Nature has gifted man with 5 senses namely Touch, Taste, Smell, Hear, and Vision.Vision being the most important sense, and Eye is a very delicate organ, God has provided bony sockets for protection of the eyes, tears to keep the sclera moist,eyelids to prevent foreign particles from entering the eye,etc. Many a times we either misuse, or overuse them, which further becomes main cause for  opthalmic complaints,  like itching of eyes, irritation, burning sensation in eyes, diminished vision, headache, strain over eyes etc. Here are some tips and Ayurvedic procedures which can keep your eyes healthy. DO’S : Always keep safe distance of min 25-30cms from computer screen, and adjust brightness of screen which is not too sharp for eyes. Take a break from your computer screen after every 30mins, this will ease the strain on eyes. Wash your eyes with cold water for atleast 5-6 times a day. Wash eyes with plain cold water if some foreign particle enters the eye. Always consult a doctor in case the irritation or other symptoms persists for long
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  • Ginger

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    Ginger or Zinziber officinale belonging to Zinziberaceae family commonly known as Adrak is a daily used spice for a small symptom like indigestion, dysmennorhoea to motion sickness. Its name ‘ vishwabheshaj ‘ or ‘ vishwaaushadha ‘ in sanskrit explains its
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  • Amlapitta (Acidity)

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    Modern era’s changing lifestyle along with changing food culture and also depending upon ones body constitution Amlapitta is one of the most common symptom (disease) seen in the society. ‘Hurry’, ‘Worry’, and ‘Curry’ are the three main reasons for the
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  • Ajirna (Indigestion)

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    The word  ‘Ajirna’ in its of itself signifies the state of incomplete process  of digestion on ingested food. The main reason for indigestion is agnimandya (weakened digestive fire). Incomplete metabolism due to weakened digestive fire leads to unprocessed state of
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