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Medhya Rasayana: Ayurveda For Cognitive Health + Natural Nootropics, Brain Herbs

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The Ayurvedic Solution To Maintaining Nervous Health With the kind of lifestyles that people follow these days, mental health and nervous system issues have become commonplace. Ayurveda offers an ideal solution –medhya rasayanas (Ayurvedic nootropics). Common issues people face nowadays include anxiety, depression, unnecessary stress, and mood swings. While conventional psychotropic …

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Does Ghee Raise Cholesterol?

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Hyperlipidemia is the elevation of lipids (fats) in the bloodstream. These lipids include cholesterol, cholesterol esters (compounds), phospholipids, and triglycerides. Does Ghee raise cholesterol? Read on to find out! Hyperlipidemia or elevated lipids lead to atherosclerosis (blockage) of the heart’s vessels leading to vascular diseases. Hyperlipidemias may be associated with …

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Can Ashwagandha And Tulsi Be Taken Together?

Ashwagandha on the left, Tulsi on the right. Both offer stress relief and numerous other health benefits.

Great question! You’re probably also wondering about stress. Ashwagandha and tulsi can be taken together for more powerful stress-relieving results. Let’s review each herb individually and then we’ll address safety, stress, ashwagandha tulsi tea, contraindications and more. Here’s what we’ll cover in this article. Ashwagandha And Tulsi The Ayurvedic Properties …

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Hypothyroidism Symptoms + Ayurvedic Remedies For Hypothyroidism

According to the American Thyroid Association, an estimated 20 million people have some form of thyroid disease,1 many of whom are experiencing hypothyroidism. Let’s take a look at hypothyroidism symptoms and Ayurvedic remedies for hypothyroidism. What Is The Thyroid Gland? The thyroid gland is an endocrine gland located in the …

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Thyroid Autoimmune Disorders: An Ayurvedic Perspective

The most common causes of thyroid dysfunction are the autoimmune conditions known as Hashimoto’s disease, which causes the thyroid gland to become underactive (hypothyroidism), and Grave’s disease, which causes the thyroid gland to become over-active (hyperthyroidism). In both these scenarios, the immune system begins to attack the cells of the …

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