Psyllium husk, known as ‘Isabgol’ in Ayurveda, has been integrated into traditional Indian medicine for centuries. Ayurveda categorizes it as a “Shleshmataka,” indicating its potential to balance the Kapha dosha, one of the three fundamental bioenergies in Ayurveda responsible for structure and lubrication within the body.
In the ancient realms of Ayurveda, a holistic system of medicine that dates back thousands of years, one herb has stood the test of time as a powerhouse of healing – Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera). Revered as the “Indian Ginseng,” this adaptogenic herb holds a special place in Ayurvedic traditions for its myriad health benefits and ability to harmonize the mind, body, and spirit. Origin and Ayurvedic Heritage: Ashwagandha’s roots delve deep into the rich soil of Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine that emphasizes a holistic approach to well-being. Known as “Rasayana,” or a rejuvenating herb, Ashwagandha is celebrated
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