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10 Simple and Inexpensive Ways to Stimulate Your Vagus Nerve Today

Every human being is born with certain powers. Yet, most of us don't even use these today. One such incredible intelligence within you is your ability to stimulate the vagus nerve. What is the vagus nerve? Vagus means wanderer in Latin, which describes how this nerve wanders over your body and reaches various organs. The vagus nerve...

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Drinking Water Out of a Copper Vessel? Here’s What You Should Be Careful of

In most Indian homes, drinking water from a copper vessel is a common household practice. Many of us grew up with our parents and grandparents diligently storing and drinking water in copper kalsi, handas, and matkas. This simple tradition has existed in our culture for civilizations and is part of many Ayurvedic texts. The...

Struggling With PMS? THIS Calm Cycle Tea Will Help You

Premenstrual Syndrome is a condition that not everyone is comfortable discussing or feels the need to discuss. Approximately 3 out of 4 women say they have Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) symptoms at some point in their lifetimes, including mild symptoms. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a more severe form of PMS that affects less than 5% of...

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The Queen of Herbs: Have You Added This Magic Leaf to Your Lifestyle?

The Queen of Herbs, the Mother Medicine of Nature, the Elixir of Life - the magical tulsi plant has earned several monikers in Ayurveda. Also known as holy basil, this adaptogenic herb that originates in India may be bitter to taste, but its numerous health benefits outweigh this minor inconvenience to your palate. An integral...

21 Ways To Practice Self Care

What comes to mind when we say self care? Be honest here. A luxurious spa, hair treatment, facial, a solo trip, or an exotic vacation? But did you know self care comes in different forms and can be pretty inexpensive? You just need to look beyond the definition of self care that the consumerist...

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Stressed? Try Some of These Asanas To Feel Better

It is perfectly natural to feel anxious or overwhelmed at this moment. After all, we are facing times like never before. And with uncertainty, comes the inevitable possibility of stress, anxiety and fatigue. But there is a way to relieve this. And it is journeyed all the way from ancient India - through YOGA!...

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Beyond Omicron: How to Activate Your Immune Army Using Lifestyle

As COVID-19 and its variant Omicron cases continue to rise across our cities, states, country, and the world, many of us have started 2022 with bouts of anxiety. But if there is one thing that we can tell you for sure and believe us, this is not to scare you. You will constantly hear about...

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Muscle Relaxant Body Oil RENEW By Ras: Everything You Need to Know

“In our line of work, we come across several pain-related complaints arising. We wanted a solution that is natural, efficient, and convenient. Since we could not find anything like that, we went ahead and filled the gap with hand-picked ingredients that hold unique muscle relaxing and pain-relieving properties. We do not endorse, we create” -...

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Experiencing Irregular Heartbeat? Here’s What You Can Do.

Irregular heartbeats are also known as arrhythmia. When the heart beats too slow, fast, or with an irregular rhythm, it can be termed as an Irregular Heartbeat. A normal heartbeat is usually between 60 and 100 bpm according to AHA (American Heart Association). When the  heartbeat is too fast (>100 beats per minute), this...

Overcoming Grief: How to Deal With a Loved One’s Loss?

Overcoming Grief: How to Deal With a Loved One’s Loss

“Grief is a cruel kind of education. You learn how ungentle mourning can be, how full of anger. You learn how glib condolences can feel. You learn how much grief is about language, the failure of language, and the grasping for language.” - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Notes on Grief Death is inevitable and so is the...