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If you take nonsteroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) and suffer negative side effects, boswellia might be a good alternative. Unlike NSAIDS, boswellia is easier on the stomach while aiding inflammatory conditions.Read More
Indian Gentian (Andrographis paniculata) and has been renowned in India for thousands of years for its detoxifying and anti-infectious properties. The tropical shrub has delicate pink-purple flowers that produce small fruits containing six to 12 flattened seeds. It tastes intensely bitter , which...Read More
Historically it's been used to treat hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms. Find out what it is and if you should add it to your supplement line-up.Read More
Guduchi, one of the most valued herbs in the Ayurvedic pharmacy, is considered an effective treatment for a wide range of ailments—everything from the common cold to skin conditions. Discover how you can use it.Read More
As the name suggests, holy basil has spiritual and medicinal significance in Ayurveda. Learn why it's considered such an important herb, and how to incorporate it into your diet and even grow your own plant.Read More
Butter and health benefits? You bet. Learn why ghee, a form of clarified butter, has been a staple in Ayurveda for thousands of years, and why you should consider adding it to your mind-body practices.Read More
Ginger tea is one of the oldest medicinal drinks. From aiding the digestive system to opening inflamed airways, it can act as a health-promoting elixir for the full body. Learn how it heals and how to make it.Read More
Amalaki, commonly known as Indian gooseberry or amla, is considered one of the most powerful rejuvenating herbs in Ayurveda. In Sanskrit, Amalaki means “the sustainer” and has traditionally been prescribed to strengthen the immune system and cool the body. Amalaki is a small tree that’s native to...Read More

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