Improving Immunity naturally
through Indian Ayurvedic Herbs

The concept of immunomodulation existed in Ayurveda for centuries. In fact, one of the therapeutic strategies in Ayurvedic medicines is to enhance the body’s overall natural resistance to the disease causing agent rather than directly neutralizing the agent itself. Here lies the difference between the fundamental therapeutic approach of Ayurveda and modern medicine. Modern medicine emphasizes on direct attack on the disease causing agents using chemotherapeutic drugs. In Ayurvedic practice, the objective of immune enhancement is achieved through the use of the Rasayana and Vajikarana therapy that improves natural resistance and immunity.

"Vyadhi-ksamatwa, as it is understood in Ayurveda has much wider implications than the term “Immunity” used in modern medicine. It is antagonistic to the strength and virulence of the disease and the capacity to inhibit and bind the causes and factors of the disease. One of the ways to improve immunity is using Rasayana Tantra. It refers to nutrition, natural resistance and geriatrics. Apparently, Rasayana means an improved state of nourishment using herbs, which in turn upholds increased immunity and youthfulness"

High blood pressure is caused by several means. It could be due to eating untimely food or refrigerated food or due to intake of junk food or it could be the result of stress, anxiety and intake of alcohol or acidic food. It is a symptom manifesting disorderliness in body functions. With Ayurvedic Herbs we can treat the root cause and expect a better control.

Tulsi is the best example of Ayurveda's holistic lifestyle approach to health. Tulsi is said to penetrate the deep tissues, dry tissue secretions and normalize kapha and vata. Daily consumption of tulsi is said to prevent disease, promote general health, wellbeing and longevity and assist in dealing with the stresses of daily life. Tulsi is a potent adaptogen with a unique combination of pharmacological actions that promote wellbeing and resilience.

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Cumin has been an integral part of Ayurveda since time immemorial. The essence of vital minerals and vitamins available in jeera water is known to boost the immune system. The powerful antibacterial property of jeera helps in fighting against infection-causing bacteria. So, it fights diseases and reduces your chances of falling sick

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Since ages, ginger has been used for medicinal purposes, due to its rich nutritional properties. Ginger is used so widely in ayurveda that it is an entire medicine chest in itself. It is an important ingredients in many formulations of all Indian systems of medicine mainly due to the presence of Gingerol, an active component that makes ginger a perfect immunity booster. Not only does ginger stoke the digestive fire, but it also whets the appetite, improves assimilation and transportation of nutrients to targeted body tissues, and clears the microcirculatory channels of the body.

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DURMERIC DROPS USAGE INSTRUCTIONS

Tulsi Drops

  • Frequency: Daily
  • Quantity: 5-7 drops in a glass of hot water in the morning and evening before food

Cumin Drops

  • Frequency: Alternate days or Alternate weeks
  • Quantity: 2 ml to 4 ml (with 2 litre / 4 litres of water)
  • Dosage: 1 ml in 1 litre of water (replace normal drinking water)

Ginger Drops

  • Frequency: Alternate days or Alternate weeks
  • Quantity: 1 ml to 2 ml (with one litre / 2 litres of water)
  • Dosage: 1 ml in 1 litre of water (replace normal drinking water) (Alternate between Ginger and Cinnamon; Just add a ml of drops in 1 litre water bottle and use it in office or home)
(Alternate between Ginger and Cinnamon; Just add a ml of drops in 1 litre water bottle and use it in office or home)
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