Are you suffering from hair loss then you will like what this article has to offer. Hair loss has many causes but a large portion of it is caused by a weakened immune system

And so in this article I want to introduce to you a herb called Ashwagandha which does the following for you: it makes you feel younger, stronger, and healthier. It also stops stress, increases energy levels and will help regrow hair back

Ashwagandha is so powerful it has been used in India for ages to sure immune related disease. But how can this herb help stop hair loss and promote hair growth?

Well you see hair growth requires that your body be healthy inside and outside. The problem is most of us are not as healthy as we should be and this reflects on our hair. The fact is that the healthier your immune system is the healthier your hair will be. That is why it is crucial to not only to take care of your mane externally by conditioning it with a herbal hair oil but also to take measures like eating right, exercise right and supplementing correctly to help grow healthy hair. If you are suffering from dry brittle hair or hair loss chances are that you have clogged hair pores and second your immune system might not be up to par. Using a herbal arjuvedic hair oil will take care of the clogged pores but to help your tresses grow internally you need to take other measures

In my opinion the best remedy is Ashwaganda because there is nothing like it for acting as a natural immune booster. Ashwaganda s a herb and ancient immune boosting remedy is nor new. In fact it has been used in arjuveda for some 4000 years to help people live longer, feel younger, have more energy, grow healthy hair and stop stress. Yes arjuveda had this in place eons ago and thanks to science you can now try it as well- it is available I most health food stores

You can get longer thicker hair and a host of other benefits by using Ashwagandha which has been called “natures miracle preventive medicine”…best part It is all natural and safe to use and can be used by kids, adults and elderly people alike

Now why is having a powerful immune system necessary to help hair grow and stop hair loss? You see your immune system is crucial in the hair growth process. Your Immune system is what allows healthy body function to occur. So if your immune system is compromised you will begin to get sick, lose hair and have a host of problems too long to mention. So it is crucial to take Ashwaganda as part of your daily health and hair care routine. When you see what this herb does you would be quite foolish not to take it.

For best results take it every day and you need to make sure you find a pure source, most of the herb found in stores are cheaply priced and contain the poor diluted version of the herb. Fact is, the inferior version of Ashwaganda can be found in stores and they are often filled with North American ginseng which pales in potency when compared to Indian ginseng or Ashwaganda.

Here is a sample of what this amazing herb can do for you. Over 300 independent studies and a 4000 year old history that proves it will; Boost your immune system, Suppress and prevent arthritis, make you feel and look younger, proven to prevent to minimize cancer growing cells, allow you to build muscle and strength faster. It is indeed a tonic of youth and can boost sexual performance as well as preventive diabetes and high blood pressure.

And there you have it a proven way to boost your immune system and help stop hair loss

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“The great thing about Ayurveda is that its treatments always yield side benefits, not side effects.” • Shubhra Krishan, Author of Essential Ayurveda This well-said quote is warmly accepted by people in India who wish to gain the benefits of Ayurveda. An ancient medicinal form, Ayurveda was developed during the Vedic times about 5000 years ago. Ayurveda-An Insight The word Ayurveda basically consists of two words; Ayur and Veda. ‘Ayur’ stands for life, while ‘Veda’ suggests science. It literally means the ‘science of life’. It is not a medicinal system; it is much more than that. It won’t be wrong to call Ayurveda a way of life. The Science of Healing Unlike other medicinal systems, this age-old system deals with physical, mental and spiritual health. Governed by the laws of nature, Ayurveda suggests that health can be acquired by establishing a perfect harmony among mind, body and soul. According to this old science of healing, our body is made of five elements-earth, water, fire, space and air. Three biological humors govern the functional aspects of any individual’s body. Ayurveda medicines are prepared using traditional process at home with little mechanization, which is used for large-scale production. This way, the therapeutics contains the active principles in natural forms, which heal the patients from within. While prescribing Ayurvedic treatment to a person, the physical, mental and emotional well-being is also considered. The Ayruvedic medicines usually come in the form of powder, decoctions, tablets and medicated oils, prepared using natural herbs, minerals and plants.
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Ayurveda is the most popular holistic forms of medicine that has originated in India, and is now rapidly spreading around the world. Ayurveda is a combination of two Sanskrit words, ayus meaning ‘life’ and veda meaning ‘knowledge’. Hence, Ayurveda literally means ‘the knowledge of life’. Indians believe that Ayurveda originated as a form of medicine for the gods. Even in the Ramayana (which is believed to be several millennia old), we have a reference of how Hanuman brings the Sanjivani herb to revive Lakshmana, who is mortally wounded in the battlefield at Lanka. Dhanwantari, the physician of the gods, is believed to be the one who discovered Ayurveda. Ayurveda was brought from the realms of the gods to the human race by Charaka, who wrote the Ayurvedic treatise, Charaka Samhita, which is regarded venerably even today. Sushruta later wrote a compendium of his own, Sushruta Samhita, which has several amendments over the methods detailed in the Charaka Samhita. Principles of Ayurveda Ayurveda is a largely herbal science. It delves into the medicinal properties of herbs and studies their effects on the human system. There are more than four thousand herbs known to Ayurveda, out of which about one thousand are very commonly used in regular prescriptions. Throughout the ages, several combinations of the herbs have been made and perfected. The herbs are also matured in several ways like roasting them in ghee, fermenting them to make wines, preparing their concentrated powder extracts, etc. Preparations are known as bhasmas, lehyas, vatis, choornas, rasas, asavas, etc. depending on how they have been prepared. Though Ayurveda mainly deals with herbs; that is not all there is to it. Ayurveda also deals in several minerals, which it calls as dhaatus. Some dhaatu preparations are very important to the human wellbeing, for example, the Shilajit. However, the most important aspect of Ayurveda is neither the herbs nor the minerals that it uses. The secret of the success of Ayurveda over the centuries is the regimen that it coerces its patients to do. There are several therapies that Ayurveda has devised. The most famous of these is the Panchakarma therapy. This is an elaborate five-part process which can treat almost any ailment that afflicts humans. The Panchakarma therapy is a way of purification of the body. Then there are several other therapies like Shirodhara, Basti, etc. which helps keep the body in a state of normalcy. Ayurveda often goes hand in hand with another popular Indian technique, the yoga. Ayurvedic physicians often prescribe asanas of yoga to supplement their herbal remedies. Ayurveda also believes in several massage therapies using different kinds of oils. Aromatherapy, though a different science in itself, can be considered to be a subset of the Ayurvedic techniques. Ayurveda believes that massage can canalize the toxins to their proper destinations in the body from where they can be eliminated. In this manner, the body remains free from residual toxic substances. Ayurveda also believes in the importance of diet. When a treatment is going on, the Ayurvedic physician will stress on the importance of the diet the person consumes. Each component is selected with care, because with any disease, there are a large number of dietary indications and contra-indications. The Popularity of Ayurveda Today, Ayurveda is so deeply ensconced in the minds of the Indian population that they would use its remedies without actually knowing they are making use of some Ayurvedic technique. Almost every Indian household has one tulsi plant in their courtyard. Tulsi is nothing but the holy basil tree. This plant is worshipped by the Hindus, without knowing that the high respect for the tulsi actually originates from the various medicinal properties the herb has. Tulsi is one of the five essential plants every Indian garden is supposed to have. The other four plants are neem, amalaki, bilva and palash. Today, all these five herbs have become popular all around the world for their amazing curative properties. Herbs like brahmi, ginkgo, gotu kola, ashwagandha, yohimbe, yashtimadhu, arjuna, etc. have now gained worldwide renown. The western scientists are spending a great deal of time and research in investigating the properties of these herbs. With every test they conduct, their belief in the powers of Ayurveda is only strengthening. Garlic, onion and ginger are today used all over the world for several medicinal reasons. It is confirmed that garlic can prove extremely beneficial in reducing cholesterol and increasing longevity. However, it was Ayurveda that was the first to bring the curative properties of these herbs in the limelight. There are several other such herbs which were given their importance by Ayurveda first. Some of them are fenugreek, licorice, betel nut, cardamom, cinnamon, cumin seeds, dandelion, lemon grass, rauwolfia, zizzyphus, etc. The initial reticence in using a quaint Indian method of medicine is now slowly dwindling away. Several Americans and Europeans are opting to use Ayurveda instead of other invasive therapeutic methods. Ayurvedic medicines are being very widely used in the west for memory enhancement tonics, treatment of male and female sterility, breast enhancement, penis enlargement and weight loss. People who are using them vouch for their benefits.
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