Ditimoni Goswami

Ditimoni Goswami, BAMS is an Ayurvedic Practitioner since 2001. She served as Medical Officer (Ayur) for the government of the state of Assam, India from 2005 to 2012. She is certified in Panchakarma Therapy under Guru Shishya Parampara. Her specialization (D.Pch.) is in Panchabhautik Chikitsha. Additionally she is a Pranic healing practitioner, presently working as Ayurvedic Consultant for Transformative Learning Solutions, New Delhi India and TheAyurvedaExperience.com.

Heat Exhaustion: Signs, Treatment, Causes, Prevention + Refreshing Recipes

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Heat exhaustion is a condition that occurs when the body overheats. Heat exhaustion signs include heavy sweating and a rapid pulse, both a result of your body overheating. Heat exhaustion is one of three heat-related syndromes, with heat cramps being the mildest and heatstroke being the most severe. Keep reading …

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Ayurvedic Daily Facial Routine: A Daily Facial Care Routine With Scrub, Mask + More

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Unlike a conventional facial routine, an Ayurvedic daily facial routine centers on internal health as well as external beauty. Ayurvedic beauty experts say that the mantra to glowing skin and a sense of inner balance is a well designed dinacharya or daily routine. According to Ayurveda, a healthy, beautiful face is …

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Ayurvedic Body Scrubs (Salt + Sugar Scrubs), Ubtan Recipes + Udvartana Powder Recipes

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Udvarthana (Udvarthanam or Udvartana) is a massage therapy involving a body scrub or ubtan, the traditional Indian body paste of natural herbs and grains. In this article, we’ll share some ubtan recipes (Ayurvedic body scrubs) with you, including easy-to-make salt scrubs and sugar scrubs as well as traditional Udvartana powder recipes which you can make …

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Manjistha Tea Benefits, How To Take Manjistha, Side Effects, Contraindications

Manjistha is an Ayurvedic bitter and astringent herb which pacifies Kapha and Pitta dosha. It has been used traditionally for centuries due to its effectiveness in cleansing and purifying the blood1 and the circulatory system.2 There’s a variety of ways to take Manjistha including Manjistha Tea, called Phant, and Manjistha decoction. …

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Guduchi Powder, Benefits, Side Effects, Contraindications + More

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‘Guduchi’ is a Sanskrit term which means, ‘that which protects the body from diseases’. Another name for this herb is ‘Amrita’, which refers to ‘the heavenly elixir’ according to Hindu mythology. According to the tale, Guduchi saved celestial beings from old age and kept them eternally young. The story is actually quite suggestive of …

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