Ayurveda For Health: These 5 things kept in your kitchen are no less than 'nectar


Ayurveda For Health: Many spices and foods used in Indian kitchens are actually herbs that have been used in Ayurveda for years to treat diseases. Some of these foods are also considered like nectar.


Ayurveda is the oldest system of medicine in the world. According to it, food is like medicine. It not only satisfies hunger but also provides nutrition to the body to stay active and function properly.

In Ayurveda, herbs are used to cure even the biggest diseases. The interesting thing is that many of these herbs are also present in your kitchen. Although most people usually do not know their properties and benefits, but Ayurveda experts define them as Amrit. Because its consumption not only prevents diseases but also increases life span. Here we are telling you about 5 such things in this article.

Indian Gooseberry (Amla)

Amla is rich in vitamin C and is helpful in the body's natural detoxification process. Apart from this, eating amla keeps the eyes healthy and the effects of aging on the skin are less visible. According to the report published in NCBI, in Ayurveda, amla is said to be beneficial in the treatment of respiratory, heart, and arthritis diseases as well as diabetes.


Ghee is considered an important medicinal food in Ayurveda. It improves digestion, enhances nutrient absorption, and reduces vata imbalances.


Turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Its regular consumption improves digestion, boosts immunity, and detoxes the body naturally.


Honey is considered a natural nectar in Ayurveda. It provides energy and reduces respiratory problems like cough and cold. It also helps in the quick healing of wounds.


Giloy is known for its immunity-boosting properties. It reduces fever and is also effective in cleansing toxins from the blood.

Disclaimer: Dear reader, thank you for reading this news. This news has been written only to make you aware. We have taken the help of home remedies and general information in writing this. If you read anything related to your health anywhere, then definitely consult a doctor before adopting it.