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  • There are 2 kinds of proteins in cow's milk – A1 and A2. Although the difference is just a single amino acid, the way it is digested in the human body drastically differs. The A2 Milk Revolution Human intervention, with increasing demand and unnatural circumstances, caused cows to develop A1 pro... View Post
  • In the recent years, the question of ghee and its effect on health has arisen on numerous occasions. And the answer is a simple YES!!!! Ghee is filled with saturated fats. And the moment of truth — a human body cannot function effectively without saturated fats.  When the human body intakes anyth... View Post
  • Ashwagandha is an ancient traditional herb.  Its botanical name is Withania Somnifera and it is native to India and North Africa. It is a tiny woody plant clasping root and berries, and Ayurvedic remedies are produced using them. The curing power lies in its woody roots.  Ashwagandha is an adapt... View Post
  • From menarche to menstruation, fertilization to postpartum, and menopause to everything in between, a woman’s health requires strength and essential nutrients to support through every stage. There is a versatile herb that can provide blanket support to women from menarche to menopause, and it is ... View Post
  • From calming your mind to helping you lose weight, the giloy plant has a lot to contribute. Giloy herb is one of Ayurveda’s favourite plants used for treating many health conditions. Giloy is known as ‘Amrita’ in Sanskrit, which means ‘root of immortality.’ Giloy plant has been in use for ages ow... View Post
  • Amla, globally known as the Indian Gooseberry, is a great source of nutrients. It has  a multitude of benefits – for skin, hair, and overall well-being. From building immunity to treating chronic disorders, the small, green fruit is a powerhouse of good health. Ayurvedic specialists have been vou... View Post