Tag: Science

In this week’s article of our Rediscovering Ayurveda series, we interviewed Fehreen Ali. Meet Fehreen Ali Fehreen Ali is an Ayurvedic Tealogist based out of Brisbane, Australia. She admits to being a lifelong student of Ayurveda and Tea who grew up in a tea-drinking culture around women who blended their own spices. Inspired by principles…


In this week’s article of our Rediscovering Ayurveda series, we interviewed Lauren Prindiville. Meet Lauren Prindiville Lauren Prindiville is a Yoga Instructor & Ayurveda Practitioner based out of Tahiti, French Polynesia. Passionate about traveling and educating, she has the first-hand experience of learning from and volunteering for several organizations across the world! “I began my…


Various scientific studies have been performed to establish the nature, constituents and effects of Shankhpushpi. The herb is found to contain normal levels of carbohydrates and proteins. Additionally, several active compounds, some unique to this plant, have been found. It is believed that these novel compounds are responsible for the versatile remedial nature of Shankhpushpi….


In this week’s article of our Rediscovering Ayurveda series, we interviewed Shani Dayal. Meet Shani Dayal Shani is an Architect & Yoga Practitioner. She also runs a design studio titled Elementa Designs. Having found Yoga in her life early on, she decided to take it a notch up by enrolling herself in a Teachers Training…



Today, a woman can’t find a moment to breathe, let alone taking care of her health. Many times, we don’t really take care of ourselves, amid running around with our never-ending daily routine and chores. But health must be a top priority for all women.  Do you know one of the most important systems in…


A Woman has to go through a throbbing pain and severe discomfort in the abdomen every month. At times the extreme pain hinders our daily activities. ‘PERIODS- Ugh that time of the month!” And the questions pops – “Why does this happen to me? What causes these painful periods? Why can’t I be a boy?”…


Ingredient: Saffron Scientific Name: Crocus sativus; Also known as Saffron crocus or Autumn crocus Common Name: Kesar, Kumkuma Family: Iridaceae Parts Used: Stigma, style, petals, flower pistils Description: Saffron is one of the most extravagant spices in the world. The plant is mainly cultivated and harvested by hand, which increases the labor. Did you know…


Ayurveda originated in India, about 5000 years ago, from the ancient Vedic texts. It originated from ‘Atharva Veda and has evolved much over the years. Ayurveda [Ayur – Life; Veda – Knowledge] means ‘the Science of Life’.  ‘Charak Samhita’ is the bible of Ayurveda. It describes all the facts of diseases, diagnosis, treatments and the…



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