Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Ayurvedic Treatment

By Shankar

Chronic fatigue syndrome, do you have it? Fatigue can happen to anyone at some point in their life. However, if it persists, it is a cause of worry. Fatigue can happen if someone works continuously for long hours without taking enough food and water. This can be a temporary issue that can be sorted out by just drinking a glass full of orange juice that will give instant energy.

Some people suffer from chronic fatigue. If you are one among them, then you should find out the exact cause by visiting a doctor. Chronic fatigue syndrome can cause due to certain health disorders which should be treated first to stop the fatigue problem. Ayurveda believes that fatigue is caused by mental stress, physical stress, or by both.

Fatigue need not happen always due to excess physical work. It can also be caused due to mental stress, depression, less physical activity, and boredom. In such case, an Ayurvedic doctor recommends the patient to involve in small physical exercises to overcome the fatigue caused due to mental stress.

Chronic fatigue syndrome is an Ayurveda Pitta disorder. It can be treated by eliminating toxins and improving digestion. Chronic fatigue syndrome can also cause by certain health disorders such as immune system impairment, nervous system dysfunction, low iron deficiency, low blood pressure, pregnancy, and menopause. There are some natural herbs that are useful in treating chronic fatigue syndrome.

Shatavari: This herb is an immune booster. Immune system impairment can also cause chronic fatigue syndrome.

Shilajit: This herb also helps in stimulating the immune system and therefore it helps in treating chronic fatigue syndrome.

Ginger: If you are suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome due to Ayurveda Pitta disorder, then ginger is a good remedy to balance the Pitta dosha. Crush a small piece of ginger and add a few drops of lime juice and a pinch of salt and eat it before each meal. This will take care of all the digestive disorders.

Poor indigestion causes fatigue and therefore making you feel tired and weak. To have proper digestion, enough gastric fire should be present in your digestive system. When the gastric fire is low, the process of digestion becomes slow. As a result, the nourishment from the food is absorbed less and therefore, your energy becomes low. Avoid cool food and drinks to maintain gastric fire in order to have proper digestion.

If your body is affected by infection and virus, herbs such as turmeric, Bhringaraja, Manjistha, and Yellow Dock, are useful in purifying the blood, spleen, and gall bladder. If you have Chronic fatigue syndrome or other fatigue problems Ayurveda recommends breathing exercise and gentle stretching exercise to improve digestion and reducing fatigue problems.

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Ayurveda Herbs for Anemia

Ayurvedic Herbs for Anemia

By Sunil

Anemia is a state of health where Red Blood Cells (RBC) are less than the required amount in the body. The causes are dietary deficiency of iron, vitamin B12, vitamin C and folic acid, less hemoglobin, loss of blood, blood cell destruction, and inadequate production of red blood cell, thyroid disorders, and alcohol.

A person suffering from anemia will have symptoms like difficult breathing, rapid heartbeats, fatigue, panting for breath after physical activities, brittle nails and pale complexion. These symptoms are not restricted only to anemia patients; they may also occur in a person suffering from different diseases. Therefore, it is important to seek medical help if you have these symptoms.

If you think that you can cure anemia all by yourself by gulping down some iron pills and vitamin supplements whenever you feel like it, then you are surely on the wrong track, and you will end up with more complications than you originally started with. You have to seek medical help if you have to tackle anemia.

There are different types of anemia such as Iron Deficiency Anemia, Megaloblastic Anemia, Anemia due to certain diseases like kidney disorders, Aplastic Anemia, and Genetic Anemia.

The deficiency of anemia can be solved by including raw onion, beet root, green leafy vegetables, lentils, Indian gooseberry, nuts, dry fruits, liver, fish, eggs, and cheese in your diet, and what better than Ayurvedic herbs to help you cure of this disease.

Amla: It is nature’s richest source of Vitamin C. It is used as a tonic and antioxidant in Ayurvedic medicines to cure many health problems.

Alfalfa: It is a good herbal tonic to treat anemia. It is very effective and acts as anemia supplement.

Celery: It is rich in iron and can be taken with carrot juice, which is very effective in curing anemia.

Fenugreek: It is widely used in Indian cuisine. It is a good tonic for blood and helps in curing anemia, especially for girls during menstruation. It also helps to maintain the iron level in the body.

Black Sesame seeds: These are rich in iron and very effective in treating anemia.

Honey: It improves the level of hemoglobin in the body.

Fruits like plums, black grapes, bananas, strawberries, raisins, and tomatoes contain rich sources of iron and can prove to be beneficial in curing anemia.

Ayurveda also recommends to get exposed to sun as much as possible (but not so much during the summer season). Sun’s rays increase the production of RBCs. Light exercises and yoga recommended by Ayurvedic yoga instructor can also help to cure anemia.

Though the above herbs are very effective in preventing and curing anemia, it is better to consult an Ayurvedic practitioner to check the severity of anemia you are suffering.

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Migraine Headache and Ayurvedic Remedies

Ayurvedic Herbal Remedies for Migraine Headache

By Sunil.

A Migraine headache is a type of headache with throbbing pain on the forehead or head. The pain appears either on one side or the whole part of the head. These headaches can be very painful, irritating, and also make a person hypersensitive towards lights, sounds and vision. Though it is not certain about the exact cause of migraine, the following are known to cause migraine attacks:

  1. Contraction in the blood vessels
  2. Chemical imbalance in the brain
  3. Stress and anxiety
  4. Hypertension
  5. Depression
  6. Taking food late
  7. Skipping meals
  8. Excessive intake of nuts, chocolates, and caffeine
  9. Sleep disturbance
  10. Exposure to sun
  11. Birth control pills
  12. Hormone imbalance
  13. Menstruation
  14. Smoking
  15. Intake of Alcohol

It is very difficult for a person even to bend when there is a migraine attack. Migraine headache is so painful that a person will not be able to move or bend. Even a slight physical movement can increase the level of pain and discomfort. A person suffering from migraine headaches feels nausea and vomiting. Many people pop-up pain killers to get rid of this kind of headache. However, too much of pain killers are very harmful for health in the long run.

There are some Ayurvedic herbs and remedies to help you out to fight migraine attacks.

Ashwagandha: Ayurveda considers this herb as an effective brain tonic; it helps in reducing migraine headaches. This herb nourishes the brain and makes a person feel free from stress and tension, which are the major causes for migraine headaches. It gives a soothing effect and relaxes the mind of a person.

Brahmi: Ayurveda recommends using Brahmi for headache problems. Brahmi is considered as nervine tonic, which is very effective for the nervous system. Brahmi helps to calm the mind and get rid of stress and hypertension. Tea made from equal quantities of Ashwagandha and Brahmi can be taken two or three times a day to get relief from migraine headaches.

Ginger: Ginger tea helps to cure migraine headaches. Regular intake of ginger tea can reduce the frequency of such headaches.

Sandalwood: Make a paste of sandalwood and apply on the forehead. Then wash it off after it dries. Its cooling effect can give relief from migraine headaches.

If Ayurvedic herbs are used regularly, then a person will not be required to take pain killers everyday to get rid of migraine attacks. Switch to Ayurvedic herbs and remedies to take care of migraine headaches and have a longer healthy life.

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Ayurveda and Weight Reduction

Ayurvedic Treatment for Weight Reduction

By Shankar.

Obesity can ruin your life in every way so if you are too fat weight reduction is almost surely necessary. A Fat body denotes that you are from a well-fed family. However, it also denotes that you are carrying several serious health problems. If you don’t have them now you may soon have them.

All human beings whether fat or thin, have some health problems or the other. However, an overweight person is sure to invite dangerous diseases such as hypothyroidism, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, liver problems, kidney problems, diabetes and arthritis. Some of these diseases are life threatening. Even if they weren’t, who wants to have any of these diseases?

Eating disorders and poor lifestyle are the major causes for putting on weight. The best way is to maintain a well balanced diet and have small meals at regular intervals. If you do not follow this and have food that are more in calories then beware, less or no exercise can build excess fat in your body and as a result you put on weight and become overweight. Once you have increased your weight excessively, it is a hard task to reduce it. Just ask anyone that was really overweight and lost a lot of weight.

Well, do not worry. Time has come to end for your overweight problems. You still can start the process of reducing your weight. But, you should remember that weight reduction cannot be achieved in a day or two. Maybe not even in a month or two if you need a lot of weight reduction. The most important thing is you should have patience to follow the guidance and the treatments that are required for reducing your weight. There are several Ayurvedic plants that are beneficial for reducing the weight of the body.

Amla: Person with excessive weight have poor metabolism. Amla gives you strong metabolism that helps the body to burn the excess fat in your body and reduce your weight faster. Amla is a good medicine that helps in purifying the blood and removes all the toxins from your body. It also strengthens the liver and digestive system. It also takes care of body’s central nervous system.

Guggulu: This plant is a good heart tonic that strengthens the heart. It helps not only in reducing LDL cholesterol but also increases the level of HDL. It also helps in lowering triglyceride levels. This plant is very useful in controlling and reducing the weight of the body. It is also a good medicine for treating arthritis pains.

Aloe Vera: This plant helps in controlling and reducing the body weight. It stimulates the metabolism and helps the body to burn excess fat in the body. It helps in improving immune system. It helps in cleaning the digestive tract and maintains proper digestive system.

Haritaki: This Ayurvedic plant is a common ingredient used in several weight loss supplements. It helps in increasing the body’s metabolism and promotes the body’s ability to burn the excess fat. This plant is very effective in cleaning the digestive tract and improves digestive system.

Maintaining normal weight can control and prevent diseases to an extent. It is a must for every individual to do exercise regularly to keep the body fit and be away from all the health problems that can cause due to obesity.

You can do yoga and meditation for mental exercise and be free from all the mental disturbances which also are the major causes for several diseases. Who would like to visit a doctor and spend cash on each visit? Just an extra bit of care for your body and mind can give you a longer and more stress-free life. If you are much more than your normal weight these Ayurvedic plants can be a big help in weight reduction.

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Ayurvedic Prevention of Strokes

Ayurvedic Treatment for Preventing Stroke

By Shankar.

When the blood flow to a part of the brain is reduced or stopped due to blood clot, the person is attacked by a stroke. A person with high blood pressure will have the problem of blood leaking into the brain from the ruptured artery. This is known as vertebral hemorrhage. The brain cells stops functioning due to blood clot and blood leakage in the brain.

The brain has different parts that control different parts of the body. The damage occurred on a certain part of the brain causes stroke. Some strokes are fatal and can eventually cause death. There are minor types of strokes that usually give the patient a chance to recover from the stroke.

Stroke is caused with advancing age. However, there are certain factors that increase the chances of being attacked by stroke. A person with high cholesterol level and high blood pressure are at higher risks for strokes. Men are mostly affected than women. However, intake of birth control pills and menopausal condition can cause stroke for women.

Poor diet and lifestyle invite several health disorders including stroke. You can prevent stroke from attacking you by having a well balanced diet and lifestyle. Restrict the intake of oily and fatty food, quit smoking and alcohol. Regular checkups with the doctor will help you to prevent the attack of stroke. Reduce the level of high cholesterol and high blood pressure to prevent stroke.

You should include plenty of green vegetables, fish that contain omega fatty acids which has an excellent anti-clotting property. Nuts and flaxseeds are also good remedy to prevent stroke. There are some natural Ayurvedic plants that are helpful in preventing the stroke.

Cayenne pepper: Include cayenne pepper in your diet to prevent stroke. You can prepare a tea using cayenne pepper and drink this daily. It is a good natural home remedy for strokes.

Ginkgo biloba: Studies have effectively proved this plant helps in treating and normalizing irregular heartbeats. It also reduces the thickening of the blood and thereby reducing the risk of blood clots. This plant is very useful to maintain healthy heart.

Garlic: This is an excellent medicine for lowering high cholesterol level. Include garlic in your diet for controlling the level of the cholesterol. You can crush the garlic or make a paste and mix it in a glass of buttermilk and drink daily twice.

Hawthorn: This plant helps in maintaining a good supply of oxygen to the heart. It is useful in treating and normalizing irregular heartbeats. This plant is also useful in maintaining normal blood pressure.

Passion flower: It has antioxidant property. It is very useful in improving the health of the heart.

Strokes strike suddenly giving less time to even think of anything. The signs of a stroke are sudden severe headache, numbness in the hands or legs, disturbed vision and speech, and improper coordination. When these symptoms are shown, the affected person should be rushed to the hospital immediately to stop the attack of the stroke.

Ayurvedic plants and remedies are beneficial in preventing and treating minor strokes. However, if you are already taking any other medicines, you should consult an Ayurvedic practitioner before using these natural remedies for stroke.

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Treat Irritable Bowel Syndrome in a Natural Ayurvedic Way

By Shankar.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is the gastrointestinal problem suffered by several people. The symptoms are constant constipation, diarrhea, acidity, flatulence, bloating, and improper expelling of the bowel. Intake of spicy food, carbonated drinks, alcohol, and certain drugs can aggravate the digestive problems.

The exact cause for irritable bowel syndrome is yet unknown. However, poor lifestyle and improper diet can bring this digestive disorder. Ayurveda believes that any kind of ailment is triggered due to improper digestion. Stressed life can be another major reason for causing irritable bowel syndrome.

Ayurveda recommends in changing the diet and lifestyle to treat digestion problems. Ayurveda treatment starts by eliminating the toxins from the body and maintaining proper digestion. It helps in strengthening the immunity system. Ayurveda therapy is used on patients suffering from irritable bowel syndrome. Also there are several natural remedies that help in treating this digestive disorder.

Psyllium: This is fibrous which is essential for having proper digestive system. It helps in giving relief from constipation, diarrhea, intestinal problems and irritable bowel syndrome.

Bromelain: It is useful in treating inflammation of the intestines. It acts as digestive enzyme. When this is taken after each meal, it helps in having proper digestion.

Shatavari: This herb is useful in improving the digestive system. It is an effective medicine for treating stomach acid and ulcers. It gives relief from the digestive problems like bloating, reflux, and flatulence.

Guduchi: This herb is a good natural remedy for digestive disorders. It helps in treating chronic constipation, diarrhea, hyperacidity, flatulence, and abdominal pain. It treats irritable bowel syndrome very effectively.

Shankhpushpi: This herb is useful in improving digestion. It is used to treat digestion disorders especially caused due to stress and anxiety. This herb is used for the treatment of gastric ulcer.

Aloe Vera: This herb has several healing factors. It is also beneficial in treating digestive upsets. It helps in curing the problems in the intestinal tract that cause irritable bowel syndrome. The juice or the gel of this herb can be taken orally to treat digestive disorders.

Holy basil: This herb is said to have anti-inflammatory properties which helps in treating ulcer and irritable bowel syndrome.

Brahmi: This herb is very useful in treating diarrhea which is the main symptom of irritable bowel syndrome.

Ginger: Chewing a small piece of fresh ginger after each meal will help in having proper digestion. Ginger helps in reducing irritable bowel syndrome.

These natural remedies, Ayurveda therapy, proper diet, healthy lifestyle, regular exercise, yoga, and meditation are all part of natural holistic treatment done in ayurveda. Each individual is treated based on the age, sex, history, and the type of body. Ayurveda treatments have very minor side effects. However, they are very effective in treating any kind of health disorder.

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Ayurvedic Jaundice Herbs

Ayurvedic Herbs for Jaundice Treatment

By Shankar.

Jaundice is a disease caused from liver disorder. The eyes, skin, nails, and urine of a person turn yellow. This indicates that the circulation of the bile is excess. The other symptoms of jaundice are body itching, indigestion, loss of appetite, abdomen pain, and diarrhea.

Jaundice patients should avoid certain foods like bakery foods, non-vegetarian foods, drinks that contain sugar, and spicy foods; the most important is alcohol which is to be avoided completely. Instead, they are recommended to eat vegetables, dry fruits, and lemon. There are several Ayurvedic herbs that can be used for curing jaundice.

Berberis: Berberis is also known by its nickname, ‘jaundice berry’ as it is very effective in curing jaundice. The tonic is made from the bark of Berberis tree. The taste of the tonic is bitter and as such, the dosage of this tonic should be ¼ teaspoon daily for treating jaundice.

Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera is a good remedy for liver ailments. It treats jaundice effectively. It also stimulates the liver to function effectively. The juice of Aloe Vera can be mixed in water and taken. The pulp from its leaves can be taken with ginger and black salt every morning to cure jaundice.

Indian Sorrel: Indian sorrel helps to cure jaundice. The fresh juice of this herb is taken with buttermilk, which is made from cow’s milk. It should be taken daily in the morning during the time a person is suffering from jaundice.

Henna: The bark of this Ayurvedic herb is very effective to treat liver ailments like jaundice. Henna gives cooling and soothing effect that is beneficial for treating liver problems.

Katuki: Katuki is one of the best remedies for treating jaundice. This herb is widely recommended by Ayurveda. This herb is powdered and mixed with warm water. The dosage is to take twice daily.

Chicory: This herb is very useful for treating liver problems. It is very useful in the sense that almost all the parts of this herb such as seeds, flowers, and roots are used for treating liver problems. This herb’s juice helps to promote the secretion of the bile.

Gokulakanta: This herb is used for treating hepatitis, jaundice, and enlargement of the liver. The most beneficial part is its root, and it is prescribed for treating several liver problems.

Erand: Erand is useful to treat jaundice in hepatitis.

These Ayurvedic herbs are very beneficial for curing jaundice. Ayurveda also recommends the person with jaundice to take rest and physical activities should be as less as possible. Also the person should avoid excess heat.

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Ayurvedic Herbs for Eyes

Use Ayurvedic Herbs to Protect your Valuable Eyes

By Shankar.

Eyes are one of the most beautiful parts of your body. Having the sight of nature is a wonderful treat to your eyes. Many people give less importance to their eyes, the reasons being best known to them. If your eyes are not given proper care, you will come up with severe eye problems like presbyopia, conjunctivitis, dry eyes, epiphora, eye floaters, glaucoma, myopia, cataracts, eye sty, retinal diseases, corneal diseases, corneal ulcer, and blindness.

You are aware that prevention is better than cure; so, protection of your valuable eyes is equally necessary like protection of any other body parts. Do not allow your eyes to overwork. Read the following list of Ayurveda solutions to take care of your eyes:

Amla: Amla is widely used in Ayurveda. The juice of amla is a good tonic for the eyes. It can prevent eye related problems to an extent. Amla can give relief in conjunctivitis and glaucoma.

Indian Sorrel: This herb is used for preventing cataract. The juice of sorrel can be put in the eyes to get relief from strain. Sorrel can treat several other eye problems.

Babul: This Ayurvedic herb helps to treat conjunctivitis. It also takes care of the watery, itchy, and reddishness of the eyes.

Aniseed: This plant has several medicinal values. Aniseed is used for treating cataract.

Coriander: This herb is useful for giving relief to itchy and sore eyes. It is used to treat conjunctivitis.

Parsley: The juice of parsley is good for taking care of your eyes. Parsley takes care of eye problems like conjunctivitis, cataracts, corneal ulcers, ophthalmic, and many other eye irritations.

Apart from using these Ayurvedic remedies, you should also take care of your diet. Deficiency of vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E can increase the eye problems.

Vitamin A: Foods rich in Vitamin A are papayas, mangoes, oranges, carrots, pumpkins, green leafy vegetables, eggs, and fish. Include these foods in your diet. Vitamin A is good for having powerful eyes.

Vitamin C: Foods rich in Vitamin C are amla, lemon, orange, guava, capsicum, and tomato. These foods must be included in your daily diet to prevent cataracts.

Vitamin E: Nuts like almonds and hazelnuts, mangoes, papayas, olives, tomatoes, green leafy vegetables, and fish are rich in Vitamin E. The deficiency of Vitamin E can cause damage to the retina.

So, start taking proper care of your eyes. It is rightly said ‘better late than never’.

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Turmeric – a Magical Ayurvedic Herb

Turmeric – One of the Magical Ayurvedic Herbs

By Shankar.

Most people are familiar with turmeric as a spice that is widely used in Indian cooking. However, in addition to being a popular spice, turmeric has been in use as an Ayurvedic medicine too since time immemorial. Its new medicinal uses are still being discovered. Ayurveda recommends the use of turmeric to treat various ailments.

Eyes: Regular use of turmeric is good for eyes. Conjunctivitis and other eye irritations can be treated with the help of this herb. Prepare turmeric decoction and soak a clean cloth in it; then cover the eyes with the cloth. You can also prepare good eye drops using turmeric. Boil 30 ml of water by adding one tablespoon of crushed raw turmeric and then sieve it. After cooling it, use two to three drops of this liquid in each eye daily thrice.

Respiratory problems: Turmeric is used as an anti-inflammatory for mucous membranes. Regular intake of turmeric helps to cure sinusitis and brings back the sense of smell. Inhaling turmeric smoke is very useful in curing congested nasals, coughs, and asthma. Mix a teaspoon of turmeric powder in a glass of warm milk and drink it. It helps in treating common fever, cold, cough, and asthma.

Skin problems: Turmeric is beneficial in treating skin problems like pimples, acne, eczema, and psoriasis. Mix one teaspoon of turmeric powder along with one teaspoon of aloe vera gel. This mixture can be applied on the infected areas, cuts, wounds, acne, and burns.

Digestive problems: Turmeric improves digestion and reduces gas in the stomach. Ayurveda recommends the use of turmeric for curing chronic digestive problems. Drink half teaspoon of turmeric water thrice daily to cure diarrhea.

Arthritis: Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory properties help in reducing the pain of osteoarthritis. Turmeric can be applied on the inflamed area to get relief from pain.

Menstruation problems: Include turmeric in your diet for regular menses. Turmeric is an antispasmodic that relaxes the muscles and gives relief from menstrual cramps.

Anemia: Mix one teaspoon of turmeric water and honey and drink it daily. It will take care of anemia.

This Ayurvedic herb not only cures the above mentioned ailments, but also cures life threatening diseases like diabetes, high cholesterol, certain cancers and liver diseases such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, and jaundice.

Start including turmeric in your daily diet and lead a healthy life. Consult an Ayurvedic practitioner if you are not certain about your ailments, and follow proper medications strictly.

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Mint Cures Several Ailments

Mint – Ayurvedic Herb to Cure Several Ailments

By Shankar.

Mint, commonly known as ‘Pudina’ in India, is wildly popular in both cuisine and Ayurvedic medicines. Most Indians are familiar with mint sauce or ‘chutney’ as they locally call it, and some are crazy about it. Now that the culinary introduction is over, let us take a look at the medicinal value of this herb as outlined by Ayurveda. Mint leaves and extracts can be used to treat many health conditions.

Indigestion: Eating mint leaves is a good remedy for treating indigestion problems. It treats all the problems related to the digestive system. Mint is carminative and helps in reducing flatulence. Abdominal pain can be cured by drinking a decoction of mint leaves.

Respiratory problems: Mint and tea decoction with a teaspoon of lime juice and honey can be taken to cure common cold, fever, cough, and sore throat. Mint is antiseptic and anti-bacterial that cleans and purifies the blood.

Skin problems: Mint helps in treating pimples, acne, itching, rashes, inflammation, and burns. A fine paste of mint leaves can be applied as a face pack on the face to get rid of pimples and acne. It also acts as a good moisturizer.

Menstrual cramps: Mint has anti-spasmodic properties. Drinking a decoction of mint leaves can give relief from stomach pain and cramps during menstruation.

Headaches: Mint is a good remedy for headaches. Crushed leaves or paste of mint can be applied on the forehead to get relief from headaches. Mint is also used in some herbal balms to treat headache.

Toothache: Drinking the decoction of mint leaves not only give relief from toothache but it is also a good remedy for swollen gums, and ulcers in the mouth.

Arthritis: Heat the crushed or paste of mint leaves and apply the warm mixture on the affected joints and muscles. It gives great relief from rheumatism.

Allergies: Drink the decoction of mint leaves to get relief from allergic rhinitis, fever, cold, cough and sore throat that occur due to allergy.

Anemia: Mint is a good remedy to treat the iron deficiency disease called anemia.

Ayurvedic herbs and remedies have no side effects. Using limited quantity of mint leaves is very beneficial. However, excess use or use of mint oil may not be safe for all. Children, pregnant woman, and lactating mothers should avoid the excess use of it. Consult an Ayurvedic practitioner to make sure that you are using mint in the correct manner.

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