Ayurveda is the gift of nature. It originated in India centuries ago and is still alive. Ayurveda has so many daily life hacks that it can turn you a “zero-drug-user” by replacing them with your daily small drugs which you use to treat even a small thing like a cough and cold.
I would like to share with you these Ayurveda hacks :
1. Kailasjeevan :
It is an Ayurvedic medicine used for treating small injuries and diseases.
The cream can be used for treating –
– Pyorrhea Pyrexia
– Prickly heat
– Tired Eyes
– Muscular Pain
– Insect bite
– Skin care
– Cuts & Wounds
2. Yogi Kanthika
These are small black round pills which can be used for :
- Common Cold & Oryza
- Upper Respiratory Tract Infection
- Acute Laryngitis
- Acute epiglottis
- Acute Pharyngitis
- Acute Tonsillitis
- Congested throat
- An unproductive cough in post nasal drip
3. Santoor soap:
It is one of the oldest Ayurvedic soaps present in the market. No doubt, it is the most trusted Indian brand till date. It is made up of 18 medicinal Ayurvedic herbs, having neem as its main ingredient. Medimix is good for all types of skin but it may do wonders for women having sensitive and oily skin. It can help you get rid of acne, pimples, rashes and other skin problems.
4. Hajmola :
Hajmola is an Ayurvedic digestive candy. It consists of a variety of traditional Ayurvedic herbs and is supposed to control dyspepsia, ease in digestion and control flatulence.
Hajmola comes in five flavors: Original, Nimbu (Lemon), Imli (Tamarind), Pudina (Peppermint), Amrud (Guava) and Anardana (Pomegranate). The tablets are packed and marketed in the form of sachet or bottles. It also consists of black pepper and salt.
It is NOT A SNACK. It’s a digestive pill. Famous Indian YouTubers even do the “hajmola challenge” it is pretty weird in taste but it works the best for your stomach.
So eat as much as you want and then digest it with hajmola!
5. Dabur red Ayurvedic toothpaste :
“Dabur” is a herb species which was used by ancient Indian people to brush their teeth. It kept the teeth healthy. But using toothpaste is a better option. So dabur as an ingredient in a toothpaste is a pretty good idea. Although there are other aryuvedic toothpaste too, this is actually my favorite. It smells fine and works well too!
6. Zandu balm :
Zandu Balm is an Ayurvedic formula that provides instant relief from pain. It is used for local application over the affected area, to relieve the pain caused by acute and chronic conditions such as a headache, arthritis, neck pain and shoulder pain. It can also be used to relieve pain and stiffness in the muscles. It provides relief from the symptoms of common cold. It can also help to obtain relief from back pain and sprains.
used for treating :
- Common cold
- Neck pain
- Back pain
- Shoulder pain
- Muscle pain
- Strains and sprains
7. Chyawanprash :
Chyawanprash is a cooked mixture of sugar, honey, ghee, Indian Gooseberry (Amla), jam, sesame oil, berries, herbs and various herbs and spices.It is prepared as per the instructions suggested in Ayurvedic texts. Chyawanprash is widely sold and consumed in India as a dietary supplement.
It is used for enhancing the overall health of an individual. Minor to major health problems can be kept away by eating it daily. It is my favorite product. hehe
Please note: Indians have no side effects if they use this but I’m not sure about foreigners. The skin type and body type is different of foreigners. plus, major aryuvedic products smell very weird. For some, they smell great for others, they might smell really bad. These are made from plants so their smell depends on the smell of plants.
Another thing, these are just pictures from Google and the information is from the respective website. You should try these ONLY IF you ask your doctor about it.
Ayurveda is mostly NOT harmful in any way but it can have side-effects on people who are not used to spices, yoga, exercise, Indian vegetables etc. Basically, they are great for south Asians (living in South Asia, not a foreign country) but non-south Asians can ask their physician before the use of these. Try it daily only if the doctor allows it. Trying one time is also okay for getting an idea.
However, Ayurveda has a flaw – it can’t heal problems rapidly. It takes time.