Here’s a glimpse of what happened at Amrutam last week!
What’s new at Amrutam
- Did you know that Khadera is useful in treating blisters, inflammation and bleeding skin? Well, now you do! As a significant ingredient in Amrutam’s many recipes, Khadera has proved to be a boon in helping thousands of people achieve better and healthier skin. Tap on to learn more.
- Fashion & beauty influencer Masoom Minawala Mehta explains how Ayurveda helps her lead a clean lifestyle which further helps her understand the three pillars of beauty. What are those, you ask? Read on to learn.
- In keeping with our goal to spread awareness about mental health and its importance, we launched a podcast titled Rediscovering Self with Amrutam. If you are yet to begin or interested in learning about mental health and how can therapy help you, please visit this link to listen to the podcast.
A quote we like
- “Every single inch of your body is magically beautiful and uniquely loveable. Stop trying to make it look like someone else’s.”
Articles you might enjoy reading
- Kali Mirch: The King of Spices
- Different texts show the pieces of evidence of Kali Mirchin the ancient world. Kali Mirch has been used in India since 2000 BCE and in early times Chera dynasty (now in Kerala) was the center of its trade. People started using it in their kitchens during the late fifteenth century. It was considered to be one of the prized spices, especially in the Renaissance age. It was known as black gold, additionally, it was used as commodity money. There are also some Roman and Greek texts about Kali Mirch that show the shreds of evidence of trade between India and the western countries.
- Khadira or Acacia Catechu if you will, is as old as Ayurveda itself. It was like the first words of Ayurveda, but instead of being some gibberish gone right, it turned out to be super beneficial for your body. Its botanical name is another long, confusing word which is Senegalia Catechu. Known as Cutch tree in English, this herb can work wonders for your body. Be it to give your skin a glow, healing a wound, getting rid of skin diseases or strengthening and bringing back the youth of your hair, Khadira is the herb that you need.
Creations under #AmrutamFamily project
- Here’s a lovely review of the Kuntal Care DIY Hair Spa & Kuntal Care Herbal Shampoo by Shalini Mandal (shalinii_mandal)!
- PS, have you participated in the #KuntalCareHairMarathon yet?! Check out the hashtag and tag @amrutamofficial to be featured!
That’s all for this week at Amrutam! 🙂
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