Last Week at Amrutam

Here’s a glimpse of what happened at Amrutam last week!

What’s new at Amrutam

  • Did you know that Indian kitchens are an abode to potent immunity boosters and nourishing spices? Spices like turmeric and cumin can help enhance your immunity manifold, which is why it is encouraged to consume them regularly in our meals! Tap on to read small Ayurvedic changes you can make in your lifestyle to increase immunity.
  • Indulging in self-care can make us feel guilty, especially when so much is happening in our country and most of it seems out of our control. But here we want to assure you that it is absolutely okay to take some time off for yourself. Here are some things you don’t need to feel guilty about. Please look after yourself, we are rooting for you. 😊
  • That said, we want to remind you that our mental health podcast titled Rediscovering Self with Amrutam is available on all platforms! To make it even more accessible, we have transcribed the second episode into an article that you can check out here. This episode tackles the theme “I procrastinate a LOT! with Rhea Gandhi, psychodynamic and person-centered therapist as our guest.
  • Did you know that under #AmrutamReview project you get wallet points for sharing thoughtful reviews of Amrutam Recipes on the website? Go check it out now!

A quote we like

  • “I am worthy of love no matter what I accomplished today.”

Product of the week

  • Infused with nature’s healing herbs like Tulsi, Mulethi, Pushkarmool and Tribhuvan Kriti Ras, Amrutam’s Lozenge Malt is an authentic Ayurvedic formulation that helps treat and prevent respiratory problems.
  • It is a medicinal recipe for cough, cold, sinusitis, chest pain, fever, asthma, allergic bronchitis and other respiratory issues!

Lozenge Malt

Articles you might enjoy reading

  • Rediscovering Ayurveda x Naina Uttam
  • A formidable student of Bharatanatyam, Naina’s origins are deep-rooted in the harmonious village lifewith her grandfather formerly heading the farming community in her native place. Although Naina has always felt a deep inclination towards health and wellness, she discovered her calling and immeasurable love for yoga only a year and a half ago. “I started for very superficial reasons. I wanted to achieve splits and similar poses. But once I began with the process, I realized how alive and rejuvenated I felt doing the yoga flows. My mind and body felt more in sync and gradually yoga became the one thing I wanted to do upon waking up,” she says reminiscing the start of her yoga journey.
  • वन है, तो तनमनधन और जीवन है
  • स्व. जैनेन्द्र जी की कहानी ‘तत्सत्’, जिसमें वन के वृक्षों का संवाद था और उस संवाद की परिणति थी तत्सत् में, वही सब सत्ता है’, वह सत्ता हम सब में है और हम ही हद के बाहर भी हैं।व्यपारिक प्रवास के कारण वनों में घूमने के अवसर मुझे बचपन से मिलने लगे। तब गाँवों के आसपास बाग भी घने होते थे, अनेक बागों के नाम ‘अंधियारी बाग’ फूलन बाग, केशरबाग और चार बाग वोदाबाग, फलिहारी बाग हुआ करते थे। आज भी मैसूर कालीकट आदि शहरों के गार्डन (बाग) दर्शनीय है। म प्र., छत्तीसगढ़, उड़ीसा, आसाम और हिमाचल प्रदेशों के अनेकों बागों में अधिक वृक्षों के कारण दिन में भी अंधियारा बना रहता है। गाँव से दो कोस पर जंगल शुरू होता था । जंगल में अधिकतर साल (साखू) और सागौन के बड़े-बड़े, ऊँचे-ऊँचे पेड़ थे उनके नीचे अनेक प्रकार की वनस्पतियों से जमीन ढंकी रहती थी। पैर उनमें धँस- धंस जाता था। बीच-बीच में ऊँची बिमौटियाँ रहतीं|

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