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Does weather change make you worry about catching a cold? Don't let the frustration take over! Sip on elixirs made of ginger, lemon, and honey to ward off cold, boost your immune system, and relieve a sore throat. These 3 ingredients have several health benefits and can be used with other spices to make delicious home remedies for the common cold.
Gut, also known as the gastrointestinal tract or the digestive tract plays an important role in digesting food, absorbing nutrients, and eliminating waste. When the gut lining is damaged, it results in inflammation. Leafy greens, celery, slippery elm powder, turmeric, aloe vera, and chicken bone broth have anti-inflammatory properties that can promote gut healing and give you a nutrient boost. Avoid processed foods and foods that contain caffeine and sugar as it can irritate the gut.
Don’t bother with the never ending expenses on “anti-aging” beauty products. Instead, do it naturally with natural healing nutrient blends. These mixtures contain superfoods that nourish your body and skin from the inside out. Start with golden turmeric milk, an anti-inflammatory beverage, or protect your skin with strawberry collagen milk or a spirulina latte. To encourage cell growth, make dandelion honey tea. Want glowing skin? Use pearl powder with anti-inflammatory chamomile.
Used in Ayurveda for decades now, turmeric is an amazing herb for your health. Eating turmeric every day can prevent/treat many diseases including cancer, arthritis, indigestion, respiratory issues, and heart disease. It will also detoxify your liver, purify the blood, improve sleep quality, and treat depression. Add turmeric to your diet in dishes, tea, as a paste, or in the form of smoothies.
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Whenever we come down with a cold, one of the worst things we have to deal with is chest and nasal congestion. When our...
Turmeric has abundant bioactive compounds that help fight off infections. Turmeric has amazing medical properties, aiding in speeding up the healing process of wounds...
Starting your day off gulping down a glass of milk might seem like a quick and nutritious start to your day, but milk being heavy in digestion can leave you prone to stomach aches and heartburn as well. In accordance with ayurveda, milk may be better saved as an end of day drink to help you wind down and crank up the sleep inducing hormones in your body.
Having turmeric milk regularly can improve your heart and skin health. Several studies also indicate that turmeric milk might fight digestive disorders, alleviate pain, and fight neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. It also strengthens bones, helps you sleep better, and relieves the symptoms of a cough and cold.