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Address: No 17, diagonally opposite to Mainland China, and MuniLaxmi nurseries, Whitefield-Varthur Main Road, Bangalore.

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CITRINE – Handcrafted Silver Jewellery with precious and semi precious stones.Showcasing Temple Jewellery Necklaces from CITRINE.

Email: [email protected] or +91 9845123696. FB Page: Citrine Jewellery

Address: No 17, diagonally opposite to Mainland China, and MuniLaxmi nurseries, Whitefield-Varthur Main Road, Bangalore.

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A modern woman looks elegant and neat in a Saree or Gopi skirt which enhances that spiritual mindset. With tradition and modernality apart, the garment has been and will continue to remain a spiritually elegant garment for women forever. With modern techniques and clever insights the garment will continue to have an impact all of its own.

Spiritually minded women are acknowledged in the world for their inner beauty, and this is amplified further when they are fashioned in transcendental spiritual clothing such as these. Towards this endeavor, sarees or Gopi skirts play a vital part in the spiritual process. It transforms the look and appeal of even an elderly woman in a neat and admirable manner. The charm is magnified more when the garment is worn properly.

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A modern woman looks elegant and neat in a Saree or Gopi skirt which enhances that spiritual mindset. With tradition and modernality apart, the garment has been and will continue to remain a spiritually elegant garment for women forever. With modern techniques and clever insights the garment will continue to have an impact all of its own.

Spiritually minded women are acknowledged in the world for their inner beauty, and this is amplified further when they are fashioned in transcendental spiritual clothing such as these. Towards this endeavor, sarees or Gopi skirts play a vital part in the spiritual process. It transforms the look and appeal of even an elderly woman in a neat and admirable manner. The charm is magnified more when the garment is worn properly.

Website: Radha Govindha

US Phone Number : 858-922-5425 ;  Email: [email protected]

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Against All Grain – blog by Danielle, grain-free cook from the San Francisco Bay Area. All recipes are entirely grain-free, and consequently gluten-free, free of refined sugars, and low to minimal dairy. This site is great for those that follow the Paleo, Primal, SCD, GAPS, and Gluten-Free lifestyles. Please visit her website AgainstAllGrain for more inspiring gluten-free recipes and food photography.

Note: All images are subject to copyright by AgainstAllGrain, MinMit is showcasing the best food photography of Danielle.

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Ayurveda, the science of life explains in detail about hair, anatomy, physiology, hair fall prevention therapies, white hair or premature grey hair preventing therapies, special therapies and formulations to promote hair growth and rejuvenation etc.According to treating-grey-hair-with-ayurvedaAyurvedic physiology, the digestive essence (Rasa element) is responsible for healthy hair – both the color and texture. Any pathology affecting this leads to white hair. Correction of the causes with Ayurveda therapies and medicines, bring the hair condition back to normalcy. Ayurveda says that graying past middle age is not reversible.

Remedies for preventing Gray Hair:

  •  The most effective and well practiced home remedy is applying coconut oil processed with fresh curry leaves. This should be strictly applied on the scalp and hair for 90 days. A gentle massage with this mixture for 15-20 minutes helps in reducing hair fall, prevents dandruff and improves hair growth, hair thickness and growth of black hair. After application, wash off with lukewarm water.
  • Amla powder is considered and used as one of the best hair rejuvenators across the world. Apply the paste of fresh amla powder mixed with curd and fresh lemon juice as a pack. Leave it on for 45 minutes and wash off with warm water. This process is very effective in reducing hair fall and improving hair growth. This process is repeated every alternate day for 90 days for best results.
  • Amla is soaked in water overnight and the water is used as a hair conditioner. After regular hair wash, just rinse the hair with this water. One of the primary reasons for premature graying is using excessive conditioners and high chemical shampoo. Avoid them to bring back normal hair growth.
  • One of the effective remedies in cold weather is the application of almond oil with amla juice. Warm equal amounts of both and gently massage on scalp for 15 minutes. It is one of the fastest ways to arrest the premature graying and improve hair health.
  • Many villages in Kerala follow a simple hair remedy as a cultural practice. Equal amounts of buttermilk and curry leaf extract are boiled for 5 minutes on a mild flame then applied to the scalp in lukewarm condition followed by a warm water wash after 30 minutes. This is a preventive remedy for gray hair and hair fall.
  • Ayurveda recommends the following combination as the effective remedy for preventing and improving hair growth and reducing dandruff. Equal amounts of amla powder, Thriphala powder, methi powder, karisalai powder, mehanthi powder, japa flower and leaves powder, Indian Asparagus powder mixed with fresh curd and fresh lemon juice are all combined to form a mixture. This is applied as a pack on the scalp followed by a warm water wash.
  • Another simple home remedy to maintain healthy hair is to apply a mixture of equal amounts of fresh amla juice and lemon juice on the scalp and hair followed by a warm water wash after 10 minutes. This should be done every day for healthy hair.
  • Traditional healers in South India recommend the following remedy for premature hair growth. Equal amounts of sesame oil and carrot juice mixed with half the amount of methi seed powder is sun-dried for 21 days. Then this oil is applied on the scalp, face  – if the mustache and beard are graying, and body. Follow this for 90 days for complete color change.
  • Bringaraj is the other important herb used in Ayurveda for prevention and reversal of premature hair graying. Most of the herbal hair oils contain the extract of this herb. Ayurveda recommends the application of  juice or paste of fresh leaves as a thick scalp pack followed by a warm water wash.
  • One fourth part of black pepper is mixed with 1 part of fresh curd and 10 ml of fresh lemon juice as an everyday application on scalp to improve premature hair growth.

Source: Dr K Gowthaman, Medical Director, rVita (rVita Ayurveda Centers) ; health.sify.com

 


Some tips to keep your healthy hair lustrous, looking its best using Ayurveda:ayurveda-tips-for-healthy-lustrous-hair

  • A high protein and an iron rich diet is recommended for hair loss. An adequate intake of raw vegetables, fresh fruits, salads, green leafy vegetables should be included in the diet on a regular basis.
  • Use a natural shampoo to clean the hair. Amla (embilica officinalis), Shikakai (Acacia concinna) are very good for washing the hair.
  • Oiling and massaging of scalp is very beneficial for stopping the hair loss. Use coconut oil at least three times in a week. Certain medicated oils like ‘Neelibhringadi oil’, ‘Kunthala kanthi oil’, ‘Kanjunnyadi oil’ are very useful. Put oil on the scalp, and massage gently in the roots of the hair.
  • The person should maintain a regular bowel movement everyday. In case of constipation, a mild natural laxative can be taken. Triphala, is very useful.
  • Regular physical exercise is very beneficial as it helps in balancing the aggravated doshas.
  • Rub your scalp after washing the hair. It increases the blood circulation, and activates the sebaceous glands.
  • A mixture of lettuce and spinach juice is good to drink to induce hair growth. The juice of carrot, and lettuce juice is also good to take.
  • Applying juice of green coriander leaves on the head is also good.
  • Washing the hair with a paste of cooked Green gram and fenugreek (methi) 2-3 times a week, is also good.
  • The seeds of fenugreek is soaked in coconut oil and kept under direct sunrays for seven days and applied to the scalp, which prevents hair loss.
  • Brushing your hair regularly to stimulate the scalp will keep it looking healthy and lustrous. Brush each night in all directions in turn – left to right, right to left, front to back and back to front Use smooth long strokes from scalp to hair-tips.
  • A warm oil scalp massage two or three times a week will help stimulate and moisturize the scalp. You can use good quality coconut, almond or olive oil Ayurvedic hair oils also contain some of the herbs mentioned earlier. Apply some mildly warmed oil to your hair and gently massage into your scalp evenly with your fingertips. Leave on overnight if you can, if not, leave on for at least an hour or two, then get it out by shampooing your hair. The scalp massage helps you relax and aids sound sleep as well.
  • Ayurvedic herbs that help hair health include Eclipta alba and Gotu Kola. Eclipta alba is called “Bhringaraj” – literally, king of tresses. It nourishes the hair and helps resistance to stress as well. Brahmi, sometimes called Gotu Kola, also helps balance the mind and nourishes the hair and scalp. Since Ayurveda considers the health, color and luster of hair so dependent on overall mind/body health, synergistic Ayurvedic herbal preparations for hair can also include herbs such as Country Mallow, which is supposed to strengthen the physiology, and Winter Cherry, which aids resistance to stress.
  • Cooking with certain spices adds flavor to your food and provides nourishment for your hair. Cumin, turmeric and black pepper are some “hair-friendly” spices. Add a healthy pinch of each to single-portion soups and stews as they are cooking. Saut – 1/8 – 1/4 teaspoon each of the three spices in a teaspoon of ghee (clarified butter) or olive oil and add to cooked veggies. Roasted ground cumin and ground black pepper can be sprinkled over fresh yogurt.
  • Lastly, Cut down on refined, processed and canned foods. Ayurveda considers foods with artificial preservatives and chemical additives stripped of their inherent “intelligence” and therefore not helpful in supplying nutrition to your body and mind. Ice-cold beverages also hamper the process of digestion and assimilation of nutrients.

 

 

Source: Boloji , Times of India