All therapies

Beta Carotene

Beta Carotene is a natural pigment synthesized by plants. It is found in orange and yellow fruits like cantaloupe, apricots, papaya, squash, carrots, pumpkin, sweet potatoes and even leafy greens and broccoli. It has antioxidant and immune-stimulant properties. Among other benefits, it is known to protect us from free radicals, decrease the risk of cardiovascular …

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Ashwagandha

A popular herb in Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is known by many names. The root and berry of the Ashwagandha plant are used for medicinal purposes. It is used in Ayurveda, Indian medicine, Unani medicine and also has mention in traditional African medicine. There have been many studies which show its anti-inflammatory effects and ability to relax …

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Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy, as the name suggests, uses the aroma of essential oils or concentrated oils made from the fruit, seeds, flowers, bark, leaves, or root of certain plants. Aromatherapists believe that these oils have certain beneficial properties when applied massaged into the skin or even by just inhaling their aroma. Among other benefits, aromatherapy is known …

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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a species of the Aloe plant from the lily family. There is no scientific evidence to prove that aloe can treat any type of cancer. Usually, people use the gel from the leaves of an Aloe Vera plant to soothe minor skin problems. It is also known to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory …

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Eating well

If there is a secret to a long and healthy life it has to be providing yourself nourishment which is both tasty and healthy. Most of us don’t think much about the food that we eat unless we fall sick. However, as the famous Hippocrates quote states: ‘Let food be your medicine and medicine your …

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Yoga

The practice of Yoga dates back thousands of years, long before religious systems or beliefs were born. The core principles of Yoga are keeping your body active, mind refreshed and spirit joyous. In a nutshell, Yoga involves transitioning between various Asanas (or poses) and stretches, breathing in a regulated manner, and meditating. Many ancient scriptures …

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Therapeutic touch

In many cultures, energy plays an important role in the health of human beings. Therapeutic touch is based on the concept of human beings being energies in the form of a field. In a healthy person, the energy flows unrestricted and in a balanced manner. Whenever there is an imbalance or disorder which block the …

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Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a non-combative, traditional form of Chinese martial art. In involves sequences of slow and graceful body movements combined with controlled breathing. It is also commonly referred to as meditation in motion. It is believed that Tai Chi creates a positive life force by balancing the Yin and Yang (opposing internal forces) in …

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Reiki Healing

There are numerous healing techniques practiced in cultures around the world. In ancient Japan, Reiki was a healing technique used for stress reduction and relaxation which leads to healing. This technique believes that there is an unseen life force energy that flows through all living organisms. Also, people who have a low life force energy …

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Reflexology

Cancer patients deal with a multitude of side effects as part of their cancer treatment. This includes stress, nausea, pain and fatigued muscle. Reflexology can be used in to ease these discomforts. It is a technique of applying pressure to the feet, face or hands of the body to ease the pain. The history of …

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