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Understanding Homeopathy Myths and Facts

srimathrutva 14 Mar 2023

Homeopathy is a proven medicine. Homeopaths prescribe medicines based on the mental, emotional, and physical health condition of the patient. Though it appears like “sugar pills for all”, the choice and dosage of the medicinal liquid are based on the patient’s holistic health condition. Homeopathy can treat disorders of various kinds with efficacy. It is a go-to solution for all those suffering from chronic illnesses and who want to cure themselves without the alarming side effects of Allopathy medicines. Share this article and help spread awareness about homeopathy myths and facts so many others will also benefit from this proven system of medication.

Mother language

How to encourage children to learn and love their Mother Language?

srimathrutva 16 Feb 2023

Mother language plays a crucial role in a child’s cognitive and emotional development. According to German researchers, the cry of a newborn baby is shaped by the sounds of their native language. Familiarity with the mother language provides the foundation for future language acquisition and communication skills. It acts as a bridge from one generation to another and helps preserve cultural heritage and identity.

Amla Benefits

Nutritional and Health Benefits of Amla

srimathrutva 05 Dec 2022

A discussion on vitamin C reminds us of citrus fruits like lemon or orange. However, little comes up about Amla, the most potent source of vitamin C. Call it as Amla, Amalaki, or Indian Gooseberry, this tropical fruit is among the most antioxidant-rich foods nature bestowed on us.

While modern researches and products highlight the potency of Amla in anti-aging and immunity building, authentic Indian Ayurveda has recognized the benefits of Amla and given utmost importance to this tangy little fruit since ages.

Cow milk ayurveda

Cow Milk in Ayurveda: Nutrition, Myths and Facts

srimathrutva 19 Sep 2022

GoMata, the Sanskrit term for cow, explains how Ayurveda revered cows as Mothers. The evident practice that newborns are fed with cow’s milk in cases of unavailability of mother’s milk explains it all. This post shines a light on the health benefits, nutrition, and best practices to consume cow milk.

How to Increase Breast Milk Supply

How to increase breast milk supply naturally?

Swetha Prasanna 02 Aug 2022

In this article, we discussed how to increase breast milk supply naturally and what a new mother must know about breastfeeding.

Urinary Tract INfection

Urinary Tract Infection: Causes, Symptoms and Prevention

Swetha Prasanna 23 Jun 2022

In the USA alone, 4 million doctor visits happen because of UTIs in men and women.

This article educates about urinary tract infection, causes, symptoms and prevention measures.

Vacation activities at home

12 Vacation Activities for Children at Home

Swetha Prasanna 22 Apr 2022

Truth be said, engaging children can indeed seem daunting, if you do not have any planned vacation activities for children at home.

Social Media for Kids

Social Media for Kids: Healthy Practices to Teach and Implement

Swetha Prasanna 01 Apr 2022

Unsurprisingly, the question “how to ensure safety on social media for kids?” haunts every responsible parent.

As we move below, we will take a closer view into why is social media bad for kids and the effective practices that ensure social media safety for kids.

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Preventing Cancer, The Nutrition and Lifestyle Way

Swetha Prasanna 01 Feb 2022

Research about diet related cancer triggers are ongoing. Meanwhile, it is essential to follow an active lifestyle that includes adequate exercise, healthy diet and quality sleep for preventing cancer.

Technical Skills for Kids

Technical Skills for Kids: What, Why and How to Teach

Swetha Prasanna 12 Nov 2021

Besides preparing them to get into their dream colleges, technical skills help them live independently and excel in careers. Listed below are technical skills for kids that supplement scholastics and assist children throughout their learning age and beyond.