We have all experienced an upset stomach at some stage, which gets even worse with other manifested symptoms like queasiness, gas, bloating, nausea, heartburn, abdominal pain, diarrhea and an overall discomfort.
The deepest spiritual period of the year arrives for Jains today with the festival of Paryushana. For eight or 10 days (Swetambar Jains observe Paryushana for eight days; Digambar Jains observe for 10), adherents fast, study sacred texts and make a renewal of faith.
Menstruation is an important phenomenon of a female’s health and an ideal parameter for her assessing her physical well-being. Just imagine if we could track our hormonal profile at specific times during a month, getting a clear idea of how we can use it to our benefit!!
Makar Sankranti celebrations coincides with many harvest festivals celebrated across the country during the same time with unique regional variations. Lohri in Punjab, Pongal in Tamil Nadu, and Bhogali Bihu in Assam, are all harvest festival that marks the significant shift in season that happens around this time.
Deliciously crunchy and nutty, peanuts make for an amazing snack any time of the year. In winters though, nuts become even more sought after, we love how a handful of nuts can add a delectable crunch to just about anything.
15 December is known as international tea day where Indians are known as tea lovers. And anytime beverage a milk tea so let’s learn some goodness of other tea’s and inculcate in our daily regime to enjoy its health benefits.