Nasyam : Medicaments administered through nose/nasal route is called Nasya. It can be used as a preventive therapy, curative therapy or rejuvenative therapy. It is also applicable in healthy person for keeping up the power of sense organs in head and to stimulate the central nervous system.

Nasya karma is indicated in the disease of head and for all ailments above shoulder.

* Ensures proper and healthy growth of hairs
* Enhances the activity of sense organs
* Prevents early ageing process
* Highly effective for migraine headaches, paralysis, neurilogical diseases, clarity of voice
* Checks recurrent sinusitis, nasal allergies, nasal polyps
* Improves memory and eye sight
* Relieves stress and emotional imbalance

Sambhasha – International Conference


International Conference on Scope and role of Ayurveda in the management of Madhmeha (Diabetes Mellitus) and its complications.

Date : 5th Feb to 7th Feb 2017

Address : National Institute of Ayurveda

Madhav Vilas Palace, Jorawar Singh Gate, Amer Road, Jaipur -302002 (Rajasthan) India

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Healthy dessert Dry fruit dates ladoo

Dry fruit  dates ladoo : Easy to make, healthy to eat ladoo recipe.

20 Seedless dates
1/4 cup mixed roasted nuts (almond, cashew, walnut, peanut, pistachios)
1 tsp desiccated coconut (optional)

Preparation time: 15 minutes

How to make the recipe :
Blend the dates in a blender, keep the blended dates aside. Add nuts to the blender and pulse them them coarsely.
Mix nuts and dates well or blend them together in blender.
Take small portions and make balls.
You can roll them in desiccated coconut for special look.

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Best Ayurveda beauty tips on skin, eyes and hair.

Revitalize yourself with Best Ayurveda beauty tips on skin, eyes and hair. Simple and useful tips which can be used daily at home.

• To remove puffiness from the eyelids, massage a drop of very fresh castor oil on to them.

• To cool your eyes, make eye pads using thick slices of cucumber. Another option is to use cotton pads soaked in cold milk. Lie down and place them on your closed eyes and relax for a while.

• Putting a drop of rose water into each eye just before you sleep can also refresh you eyes.

• To delay age spots on your hand, use a piece of lemon and rub all over your hand, before washing. This will delay onset of age-spots.

• To add extra shine and glow to your hair add 2 tablespoons of lemon. Use it as a last rinse and towel dry your hair

Yashtimadhu (The wonder drug)

Yashtimadhu (The wonder drug)

Sweet in taste commonly known as Mulethi. It has soothing effect on throat and used in cough, asthma and hoarseness of voice. Yashtimadhu also helps in relieving hyperacidity, soothing peptic ulcers, liver diseases and abdominal aches. Packed with healing properties.

*Herbal anti-oxidants
*Analgesic & anti- inflammatory properties
*Used in anaemia and bleeding disorders
*Has skin lightening effect

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What can be more refreshing than a cup of tea after a long, tiring day at work? With a pinch of Cinnamon and dried Ginger, the Masala Chai helps a great deal in keeping those headaches at bay.

1 Cup milk
2 Cups water
4 tsp Tea leaves
1 Piece cinnamon
1 Chunk dried ginger
3 Cardamoms, crushed
3 Cloves
2 Black peppers
Sugar to taste
Preparation time: 5-7 minutes

How to make Masala Chai:
Boil two cups of water.
Add all ingredients except sugar and milk.
Boil for about 30 seconds.
Allow it to stand for a minute.
In a pot, heat the milk.
Filter the tea into cups.
Now add milk and sugar.
Masala tea is ready to serve.

Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha’s visit to USA (7 to 21 November-2016)

Ayurvedic Consultation with Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha : November-2016

Omaha Healing Arts Center- November 7th -12th

Sandy and Michelle

1216 Howard St. Omaha, NE 68102



Harmony Healing Arts- November 13th – 15th

Amber Weydert

118 S.Dodge St. Algona, IA 50511


Salomeia Stan- November- 16th – 18th

Salomeia Stan, Licensed Massage Therapist, Panchakarma Technician and AWC

1217 NE Burnside Rd. STE 502 Gresham, OR 97030



Garry & Sun- November 19th – 21st

Sunita and Neomi

1030 Matley Ln. Unit A Reno, NV 89502


A Beginner’s Guide to Ayurveda

A Beginner’s Guide to Ayurveda

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda “the science of life” is the world’s oldest system of healthcare that has its origin in India. The unique healing process of Ayurvedic science has enabled it to gain popularity gradually among people in the recent years. Growing modernization, changing lifestyles and increase in variety of diseases has driven people towards finding a natural way of healing. To maintain optimum physical and mental health throughout the life, one has to keep following healthy diet and lifestyle regimens every day. These daily regimen, seasonal regimen etc. are scientifically explained in Ayurveda texts many centuries ago; so that one can preserve his /her health. Ayurveda, whose principles are based on the universal law of nature, provides a health promotive, disease preventive, curative and rehabilitative health care with main emphasis on disease prevention. Alike a warrior needs shield to protect himself in a war, Ayurveda approach provides shield/protection from diseases.

About the book

If you are curious to begin learning about Ayurveda or enhance your knowledge about Ayurveda then this book is so enriching as it clearly explains the principles and practical applications of Ayurveda. This book is of immense value to students, health care professionals, practitioners and general public. This book presents a detailed description of philosophy of Ayurveda, basic principles, diagnostic methods, treatment approach, panchakarma detoxification procedure, daily and seasonal regimens, dietetics, herbology, pharmacology, Ayurvedic approach to mind, practical tips to improve your health, simple home remedies with kitchen herbs & spices, finding your own constitution and much more. It is every informative and gives lots of ideas of practical stuff to incorporate into your daily life. This is a wonderful and enlightening little book which is explained in simple language that will change your view of medicine, wellness and the western way of thinking about health. It really open up our minds to a world with a different perspective on the human body and healing!

About the Authors

Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha (former Vice Chancellor of Gujarat Ayurveda University, Jamnagar and “Padmsree” awardee from the President of India) and Vaidya Mita Kotecha (Professor & HOD of Dravyaguna at National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur) are the authors of this book. Both the authors posses immense academic, research, clinical and administrative experience. Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha is frequently invited for consultation, lectures and interactions in different countries like Germany, USA, France, Colombia, Brazil, Italy, Russia, Canada and Netherlands. He is the member of Governing body of CCRAS & Rastriya Ayurveda Vidyapith, Expert Member of Advisory Committee, Dept. of AYUSH, Govt. of Rajasthan.

Vaidya Mita Kotecha is the Subject Expert for Central Council of Indian Medicine and Subject Expert & Examiner in different Universities. With several published research papers in her name, she is also the author of 2 books. She is the Member of “VISION 2015” committee of NIA; Member of committee for preparing good IEC material on Ayurveda for AYUSH; Member of committee to prepare “Standard Treatment Guidelines” as advised by AYUSH. She has guided 5 Ph.D. (Ayurveda) and 24 M.D. (Ayurveda) scholars for their research work and thesis.

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Ashwagandha and Parkinson’s

Ashawagandha (Withania somnifera) is very revered herb of the Indian Ayurvedic system of medicine as a Rasayana (tonic). Rasayana is described as an herbal or metallic preparation that promotes a youthful state of physical and mental health and expands happiness. It is used for various kinds of disease processes and specially as a nervine tonic. Considering these facts many scientific studies were carried out. It has a Cognition Promoting Effect and was useful in children with memory deficit and in old age people loss of memory. It was also found useful in neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s, Huntington’s and Alzeimer’s diseases. It has GABA mimetic effect and was shown to promote formation of dendrites.

The brains of patients suffering from other neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and Creutzfeldt – Jakob disease shows the atrophy of neuritis and synaptic loss which has been observed as a significant part of the etiology. Many studies shows that Ashwagandha slows, stops, reverses or removes neuritic atrophy and synaptic loss. Therefore Ashwagandha can be used to treat Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and other neurodegenerative diseases at any stage of the disease, even before a person has been diagnosed and is still in the state of mild forgetfulness, etc.

According to one of the research done by National Brain Research Centre (NBRC) have shown that extract from the roots of Ashwagandha can provide cure for Alzheimer’s disease. NBRC scientists found it can reverse memory loss and may prove to be an effective cure for the disease in humans. Also a recent study using a standardized model of human Parkinson’s disease, Ashwagandha extract reversed all the parameters of Parkinson’s-type neurodegeneration significantly and in a dose-dependent manner.

Ashwagandha is commonly available as a churna, a fine sieved powder that can be mixed with water, ghee (clarified butter) or honey. It enhances the function of the brain and nervous system. Ashwagandha improves the body’s defense against disease by improving the cell-mediated immunity. It also possesses potent antioxidant properties that help protect against cellular damage caused by free radicals.

Digestive Problems in Rainy Season

Everyone likes to enjoy the rainy season especially children. Who wants to deny the combination of  Tea and Pakoras (an Indian snack) during rain? But some of us have to avoid it due to gastric problems. Bloating of abdomen, flatulens, indigestion etc. are the common most problems in this season.

We can avoid such problems in this season with slight modification in our diet and lifestyle and use of some herbs and spices. Following are suggestions for Rainy Season:


•  Take 1 glass lukewarm water after getting up in the morning.
•  Keep your dinner as light as possible and take it until 8.00 PM.
•  Chew 1 tea spoon fennel seeds after meals, it will help in digestion.
•  Use spices like cumin seeds, fennel seeds, ajwaine, asafoetida, cinnamon, rock salt etc. In cooking. These spices enhance digestion.
•  Keep your footwear in the shade, outside of the home and keep separate foot wears for inside use. It will keep harmful germs out side of your home.
•  Wash your hand and feet every time when you enter in home and before eat anything. It will kill germs and you will not be getting any stomach infections.
•  Asafoetida and ajwaine water will help in bloating of abdomen.
•  Ayurvedic medicines like Lavana Bhaskar powder, Hingwastaka powder, Hingu Vachadi powder, Trikatu powder, Vyoshadi tablet etc. will be good for digestive problems.

NOTE: Consult your Ayurvedic physician before using any Ayurveda medicine.