Suddenly people have started taking all the necessary measures to boost their immunity, maintaining cleanliness taking preacautions and what not for so called CORONA VIRUS, Would’nt it have been better if these things were thought earlier and people being concerned for every disease and not just for particular one.

What is the reason that people are easily affected with the disease?


So as the saying goes


We better pledge for a healthy life and that too not just for a time being lets continue it all our lifes and ask others to follow the same.

Talking about immunity, it is something which can’t be felt, seen or measured as pulse or temperature but still a very important aspect in keeping our health checked. In scientific terms it is the body’s ability to protect itself from foreign invaders like viruses, disease and infection. It is a system that is constantly patrolling our body to detect and destroy infectious microbes.

“We are endowed with a great immune system that has been designed evolutionarily to keep us healthy,” says BRUCE POLSKY

[ MD, Medicine]

But the question is, why does our immunity drop and why do we get infections ?

Lifestyle aspects are very, very important, not eating healthy , being sedentary, not getting enough sleep and being under chronic stress can contribute to weak immune system. When your immune system is depleted, bacteria, viruses, or toxins can overwhelm the body. The result ? you get infectious diseases .


There’s no single pill or supplement you can take to boost your immune system. Instead, adopting these healthy living habits can improve your immunity for a lifetime.

  • DIET

These are the few things we needs to be considered but right now lets just talk about the diet ( which helps us to stay away from infections) and some homeopathic medicine which helps in building the immunity.


  1. GARLIC – It has anti-viral and anti-biotic properties , consuming 2 clove daily on empty stomach will help us fight from infections and several diseases.
  2. TULSI – It has several beneficial properties which helps us in staying healthy. Adding it to the tea or chewing it direclty is generally advised.
  3. VITAMIN C & GINGER – Lemon and Amla are the ideal food for restoring immunity. It helps maintain the body’s internal ‘climate’ at a pH that supports healthy bacteria instead of the viruses and harmful bacteria which thrive in a more acidic environment. Consumption of lemon ginger tea twice daily will be a great idea
  4. CARROTS – Bugs bunny rarely came down with flu and there is the reason as they contain loads of beta-carotenes, which gets converted into vitamin A in the body,a powerful phytonutrient that boost the immune system’s production.
  5. BARLEY – This grain has all but disappeared from our kitchen needs to make a comeback. As it boost immunity, speeds healing and help antibiotics work better.
  6. SWEET POTATO – Is a brilliant antioxidant and also delivers lot of Vitamin A and Vitamin C.
  7. TURMERIC – It enhances immune function which helps fight viral infections. Could be consumed by adding to milk or as a spice to the food.

Along with this any physical activity in a day for 20 mins , adequate sleep for about 6-8 hours is very essential.


There are no specific homeopathic medicines, each medicine is thought to be a effective when it is properly prescribed. Still, we have seen homeopathic medicine as a useful one in the time of epidemics which could be applied in this time.


This tonic contains avena sativa, ginseng and alfa alfa. Alfa Alfa and Avena Sativa provide essential minerals and vitamins whereas Ginseng builds immunity to fight against infections,removes mental and physical debility and helps in faster recovery.


It strenghthens your immune system against germs, which could be causing cold and related conditions.


Helps in building immunity , 10 drops in half a cup of water twice a dayOther medicines like Gelsimium, Allium Cepa , Arsenicum Alba etc could be prescribed as per the individuality of the patient.


Arsenicum album 30 which is a prophylactic against any infection not specifically for any infection(CORONA VIRUS)

Should be taken on empty stomach once for continuos 3 days (2 drops) and to be repeated after a month




Stress has become a modern day reality, becoming so common place that it has become a way of life. In small doses, stress can act as a motivational factor and help you perform better. But it is also important to note that stress is not a problematic situation ; it is also hazardous towards health.
When you are frequently operating in crisis mode, eventually, your mind and body have to pay the price. The increase in stress levels is directly proportional to increasing number of physical ailments, from migraines to belly fat. In several cases, even a heart attack. Here are few simple yet effective ways to deal with stress


When we are stressed we tend to harbour a lot of negativity around us, which does a lot of harm that we realise. So, instead of wasting time on performaning unimportant tasks, priortise your work in such a fashion that you finish your important job first. No matter how unpleasant a task appears to be, priortise your work in an order and finish them on time.


We read reports about the importance of meditation and breathing exercise almost everyday in the newspapers or online but finding time to do it becomes a Herculean task. If you want to lower your stress levels, it is a must that you find time to breathe. While you are brushing your teeth, or are stuck in traffic breathe in for five seconds.


Indulging in small treats is a great way of relaxing your minds. Be in form of taking short breaks between work or snacking on some dark chocolates or reading a humourous article or even stretching, they all work wonders in beating stress.

4.Create a happy playlist of song for yourself

It is not unknown that music touches the strings in our soul. Pick up tunes that clear your mind and put you in a good mood. Create a playlist and put together whatever music that puts you in high spirits. You could play it while taking your morning shower, making your breakfast or commuting. This will immediately put you in a more blissful frame of mind, which sets off a chain reaction of positivity, in turn leading to one step closer to combating stress.


It is very important to know your limitations and not take on more than you can handle, which cause an enormous amount of stress. We then end up doing more than we should. While the idea of multitasking can make you feel like a hero, it is important to learn to dlegate effectively and be assertive about what and how much work you are capable of doing at a particular point of time.


It is well known that exercising helps in enhancing energy and productivity. It also happens to be one of the quickest, most efficient ways to lower stress. Have you ever heard of a runner’s high? The ‘high’ comes from the endorphins that the brain release after we get our heart pumping. Walking, swimming ,biking, weight lifting , yoga or pilates are some of the other low impact exercises that are just as useful when it comes to improving your mood.


This is easier said than done. But when you feel palpable tension throughout your body, calm those nerves by closing your eyes and having good, calm and positive thoughts. Picturing the most peaceful place you can imagine in your mind or remembering simple things in life that made you happy can help a great deal. This is not going to be easy but it is definitely not impossible to imbibe a positive attitude towards life. If there is something bothering you, you could try to see it from a different perspective by talking over your problems with somebody before it gets out of hand. Talking to a friend or a colleague or a family member can also help you out of a stressful situation.


If you do not sleep well, your brain cannot function properly and even the smallest problems can appear to be major irritants which will only add to your stress. Studies have shown that humans require atleast 8 hours of sleep. This works in a cycle, as not getting sufficient sleep can lead to stress and then too much stress can further lead to sleeplessness.


Adopting healthy eating habits can make a lot a difference. Eating foods that are rich in a Vitamin B like asparagus , almonds, spinach , broccoli, almond butter, lentils, red peppers, snappers, salmon, halibut, scallops and shrimps can be very helpful. Leafy greens, seaweeds, adaptegenic herbs, like maca or aswagandha, omega 3 fatty acids as well as zinc are important for the body to cope with stress.


In modern times when communication and dissemination of information has become such a major part of human lives ,it becomes important to go on switched off mode once in a while to destress the mind. So, go ahead, feel free to turn off your cell phones, shut down that computer, unplug that TV and drive it nothing but the organic sounds of your city playing in the background. Welcome yourself to the quiet sounds and lucid thoughts of your mind .



Get Dandruff Free This Winter’s Using Homeopathy & Home Remedies

Winter is here and it’s brought with it the dreaded dandruff!

In winters dandruff is usually caused by a dry scalp, which can feel itchy. This is the result of a combination of things—dry and cold air.

Dandruff is a common chronic scalp condition marked by flaking of the skin on your scalp. Dandruff isn’t contagious or serious. But it can be embarrassing and sometimes difficult to treat.

A few home remedies for dandruff that you can try…


Mix apple cider vinegar with water in equal measure and spray the mixture on your hair after rinsing off your shampoo. Keep it on for 5 minutes and rinse it off with lukewarm water.


Use baking soda to exfoliate the scalp. Rinse it off and wipe gently. Do not use shampoo or soap on the hair on the day you use baking soda.


Honey is a natural moisturiser and keeps the scalp hydrated, while lemon keeps the itching at bay. Take 3 tbsp of honey and add a few drops of lemon. Apply this on your scalp and let it sit for 15 minutes. Wash it off with a mild shampoo.


This combination acts as a natural conditioner during the winter season and helps you to reduce hair fall. It cures dryness of the scalp and reduces dandruff. Squeeze a few drops of lemon in curd and apply on your hair as a mask. Let it dry and then rinse it with water.



To regain strength and shine of your hair, massage your scalp with hot oil. It nourishes the hair cuticles and protects your scalp against winter winds. Do not leave oil for long hours as that could also be the reason for dandruff to grow.


Mix a small amount of camphor and oil and apply it on your scalp to reduce dandruff and itchiness on the scalp.


This helps you regain the moisture content and strengthens your hair. It opens the follicles of hair so that they can absorb more nutrients. Above all, steam helps in healthy hair growth, reduces hair fall and makes them shine.


It acts as anti-fungal oil against the fungus that affects scalp making it extremely itchy. Neem and coconut oil together becomes an antiseptic against dandruff and scalp irritation.


Apply a mixture of a neem leaf paste with curd on the scalp to reduce hair fall. It also prevents grey roots and boosts up hair growth.


Well selected Homoeopathic remedies are effective for the treatment of dandruff safely without any side effects.

Armoracia sat is considered a specific remedy for dandruff

Badiaga is one of the top remedies for dandruff. Dandruff sore, dry, tatter like scalp.

Also apply an oil of Badiaga on the scalp

This medicine is used for white, textured dandruff with dry hair and flakes that keep falling everywhere.

In this condition, itching is very common and usually bad for the patient as well.

Patients who take this usually have dandruff and an oily and sleek scalp. Dry eruptions occur, particularly on the edges of the scalp. Alopecia as well as tingling and blazing of hair follicles happens.

This remedy is usually effective in the later stages of dandruff where there is a lot of swelling and inflammation. The dandruff in this condition has yellow scales and gets worse under warm conditions and during the evening. However, it is better in the cool.

People use this when they experience dryness of scalp, or a sticky and itchy sensation on the scalp, which gives a foul smell.Patients who are somewhat stout with a fair complexion and are prone to skin disease and constipation, tend to take this solution as well. It builds up the skin and encourages re-growth.

Itching of the scalp, dandruff and hair fall in huge bundles are all cured by this medicine. Hair loss at certain areas in patches is also why phosphorus is taken.It is usually consumed by tall thin people with a reasonable skin, fragile eyelashes, blonde or red hair and an extremely delicate nature. Youngsters who grow too quickly usually get anemic, which causes a lot of dandruff.

Dry scalp, excessive hair fall and dandruff due to continuous washing of hair are fixed by this solution. People with anxious personalities, fast motion, hot temper and sensitive skin are recommended this cure.


Here’s How To Control Diabetes with Makhana

Makhana ( FoxNut, Lotus Seed)

Makhanas are rich in good carbohydrates and proteins. Being low glycaemic foods, makhanas help manage your blood sugar levels. Their glycaemic index is significantly lower than foods like rice, bread, etc. Moreover, their low sodium and high magnesium content makes it beneficial for those suffering from diabetes and obesity. Makhanas are also full of fibre and protein and are high in carbohydrates. If eaten in the right quantity and right manner, makhanas may help manage blood sugar levels.

Here’s how you can use them


Makhana seeds can be eaten raw, roasted or ground. Soaked in water overnight, it can be added to soups, salads or other gravy dishes. The puffed seeds are also used in kheer, puddings and dry roasted snacks. It can also be ground and added to soybean, bajra and jowar flours to prepare gluten-free, protein-rich rotis.


Dry Roasted Makhana: Place your makhanas on a non-stick pan and roast them on a low flame until they appear slightly brown. Once they are roasted transfer the fox nuts in an air-tight jar or container and place the container in a dry place.

Makhanas Roasted With Ghee: If you’re not averse to a bit of healthy fat, then you may add a tablespoon of ghee to your pan, before placing the fox nuts in it. You may add a bit of salt or chaat masala but avoid adding to many artificial or salty flavourings and seasonings.

Other foods for diabetes may include fresh fibre-rich fruits and vegetables, whole grains, oats, et al. Make sure you follow a healthy diet and engage in exercises or some physical activity.


They are a great snack and have multiple benefits. Read on to know about this wonderful, economical, tasty, and healthy dish.

1.They are low in calories, fat, and sodium. They are therefore the perfect in-between-meal snack. They also make you feel full, so further cravings for binge eating are reduced.

2.Their low sodium and high potassium and magnesium content makes them very useful for people with high blood pressure

3.The high calcium content is good for bone and teeth health.

4.Their sugar content is low, and so are highly useful for diabetics, who have the urge to eat at short intervals.

5.The fox nuts have astringent properties and are useful for kidney ailments.

6.People looking for weight loss should try makhana, as they are very low in calories but can fill the stomach. This helps control hunger pangs and intake of high-calorie foods.

7.It is rich in fiber and so can be used in weight loss as well as for digestion problems like constipation.

8.Fox nuts are rich in antioxidants and therefore useful in fighting ageing and chronic inflammation and stress in the body.

9.In both men and women, makhana is believed to improve fertility rates.
The sperm quality and quantity is believed to improve when makhana is consumed.

10.Given its multiple benefits, especially calcium and iron, pregnant women are given makhana. It also helps prevent hypertension and diabetes in the pregnant mother.

11.Fox nuts are believed to help get rid of insomnia.

12.If addiction to coffee is your problem, try some fox nuts to get rid of the addiction.



Turmeric Health Benefits

Turmeric aka curcumin

What is it?

The bright yellow spice known for giving curry its distinct colour. This

ancient super-food, which has Indian origins, is gotten from a tuber (root plant) that’s closely related to ginger.

The health claims?

  1. Turmeric is a beauty super-weapon that can heal skin complaints like eczema as well as keep skin looking young
  2. The spice can heal gut inflammation and relieve diarrhoea, constipation, bloating and other symptoms of IBS and inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s disease
  3. Turmeric boosts the immune system and can shorten the length of a cold.

The scientific facts?

  • It’s not often a super-food actually deserves that title, but for turmeric, this appears to be the case. Studies have shownthat the yellow spice is a potent anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antioxidant agent that can indeed support the immune system.
  • Research, like this, has found that turmeric’s active component, curcumin, can help reduce the inflammation that underlies serious inflammatory bowel disease like ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.
  • Curcumin’s anti-inflammatory activity is also thought to benefit individuals with heart disease (as the atherosclerotic process that underlies the bulk of cardiovascular disease is inflammatory in nature). But before you get too excited, it’s important to note that supportive studies, like this, cannot be taken as conclusive evidence because they were done in mice.
  • Health claims that turmeric can improve skin health are not unfounded. This study, showed that a by-product of curcumin can actually speed up the healing of damaged skin. And as curcumin has strong anti-oxidant properties it’s scientifically accepted that the super-food can fight off the free-radicals that contribute to skin-ageing and even cancer.
  • But, before you run out and buy dozens of tubs of turmeric, bear in mind that all of the aforementioned health benefits relate to curcumin, which makes up just 3% of turmeric itself. This means that to really experience noticeable health benefits you’ll need to either eat a lot of curry or try a turmeric supplement that’s high in curcumin.

Nutritional facts – Turmeric versus ginger

They’re both warming spices renowned for boosting the immune system. They even look a lot like each other from the outside (the fresh varieties that is)! But how nutritionally similar are they? Here’s how 1 teaspoon (8g) of dried turmeric compares with the same amount of dried ginger.

  • Kcals: Turmeric 8 v ginger 6
  • Protein: Turmeric 0.2g v ginger 0.2g
  • Carbohydrate: Turmeric 1.4g v ginger 1.3g
  • Fibre: Turmeric 0.5g v ginger 0.2g
  • Fat: Turmeric 2g v ginger 0.1g
  • Vitamins and minerals: Turmeric has at least twice as much calcium, magnesium, vitamin C, B6, potassium and iron as ginger. It is also a much richer source of anti-oxidants than ginger.

Winner: Turmeric – no contest! Both are very similar in terms of macronutrients (fat, carbs and protein) but turmeric’s micronutrient profile is infinitely better than ginger’s – and the difference between the two is even greater when fresh ginger is compared with fresh turmeric.

Worth the hype? Yes. It’s cheap, widely available (in dried/ground form) and has no noted side effects. I admit the spice is unlikely to turn you into a new person, but with an impressive mineral, vitamin and anti-oxidant profile, as well as proven anti-inflammatory action, adding turmeric to any diet is likely to do good, even if it’s only at a cellular level (preventing disease that you are unaware of).

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