The Green Gold: Jojoba

Under the harsh summer sun, grew a magnificent little drought tolerant shrub, believed to be abundantly blessed with the desert and the earths energies. Awed by the vastly beneficial properties of this unassuming plant the Egyptians honourably christened it Green Gold, for it truly lived up to its name.

Jojoba OilThe Jojoba (pronounced ho-ho-ba) plants care is minimal and this perennial shrub grows wild. Native American discovered the remarkable versatility of the Jojoba plant, they would heat the jojoba seeds to soften them and in a mortar and pestle would grind it to create a buttery substance. This was used to heal hair and skin conditions, including sunburn. In the 18th century Jesuit missionaries of the Baja California Peninsula observed this unique use of this plant and were fascinated by its tremendously powerful healing properties. The salve had many uses indeed, from softening and preserving animal hides to keeping hunger at bay while hunters were on their trail. It was also believed that if pregnant woman ate the seed it would ensure easy childbirth.

The Dawn of Jojoba Oil

The Native Americans extracted the oil from the Jojoba seeds to treat sores and wounds. Jojoba oil was primarily used in the 1940’s by the U.S military forces during the war as additives to automotive oils and lubricants and machine guns were lubricated and maintained with Jojoba oil. It was not until the 1970’s during the ban of importing whale oil did it lead to the discovery of the oil being beneficial for application in the cosmetic industry. Unrefined Jojoba oil appears as a clear golden liquid with a slightly nutty fragrance as compared to the refined jojoba oil, which is colourless and odourless, which works as an excellent carrier oil for several essential oils.

Jojoba oil now is a very popular additive in cosmetic products that purely profess on using only natural ingredients. A high percentage of hair and skin beauty products contain jojoba oil. The pure oil is widely used directly on the skin and hair because of its natural healing ability to fight infections and dehydration.

Why must Jojoba Oil be imperative to your beauty regime?

Evolving with our very inconsistent environment, many now have altered their lives embracing a more pure and practical personal regime. The global cosmetic industry is expected to garner around 430 Billion by 2022. It is estimated that 64% of consumers in the Asia Pacific region are now turning to eco -friendly products in all aspects of their lives, especially beauty products. Top tier Skin & hair care Brands are now working on meeting the demands of this new trend. Naturalism being the new formed cult that seems to have many ardently following, have created a new platform for natural ingredient products sans the fancy Brand label that was once trusted.

The desire to maintain a pure and healthy way of living has brought many such herbs that were unsung heroes into the limelight, which for centuries have made a remarkable change in our lives by their simple existence, that were over powered by the luxury brands that endorsed their benefits. The rising need for natural and organic products, that have almost no side effects with incredibly powerful healing agents have taken over the mindset of the beauty conscious consumer. When we all desire is to look as natural, young and ageless as we possibly can, why would you want to splurge on hair and skin care products that have very sketchy results in most cases and are almost always chemical based?

The Hallowed Jojoba

The fact remains is that Jojoba Oil has become synonymous with all natural beauty care products the world over. The trust in the purity of this truly remarkable herb has proved its importance in the cosmetic industry. This oil has an ability to adjust to any skin type without causing any irritation of the skin, being of a waxy substance it moistures and guards the glands in the skin from all external elements. It surprisingly works wonder in maintaining oily skin, the counterintuitive effect of this oil helps reduce oiliness unlike any other product.

The reason this is effective is because, when the skin remains hydrated by the protective layer of jojoba’s liquid wax, the sebaceous glands respond to it by reducing the regulating sebum production. Which in simple layman terms mean that these microscopic glands in our skin that secrete an oily substance called sebum which is nature’s way of lubricating and waterproofing our skin and hair, sometimes gets over produced causing oily skin or scalp, hence Jojoba to the rescue.

Rich in vitamin E and with its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, with its ability to create a barrier from external irritants it’s has proved to be essential in the treatment for Eczema and Psoriasis. Both conditions are characterised by dry, itchy skin which are prone to secondary bacterial infections, Jojoba Oil is extremely effective in healing these ailments, as it prevents germs entering the inflamed cracked skin. This works brilliantly in also treating scalp Psoriasis as this truly ingenious oil being rich in antioxidants helps in strengthening the immune system. As some essential oils act as analgesic, like Rosemary Oil which helps in treating pain relief due to rheumatic and arthritic conditions. Using Jojoba oil as the carrier oil for other essential oils helps the skin to absorb topical drugs better as researchers have proved.

The extremely low maintenance of the perennial plant, that also does so much for land and soil conservation has made itself indispensable to the cosmetic and holistic healing industry. The magical versatility of this humble herb indefinitely deserves being graciously dubbed, Green Gold!

Have a look at our video to get some quick trips on how you can use the Jojoba oil effectively.

Happy Healing Ya’ll!!!

The sublimity of essential oils

Home Remedies, what makes you trust them.

When I think about my childhood, the first memory of trust I remember is, my Mother. The magnanimity of their significance in our lives remains unparalleled. So naturally we feel secure around them and trust their every judgment, be it the values they inculcate in us or the little pearls of wisdom they impart, that we hold onto through the tospy-turvy journey of life. When I think of home remedies I am reminded of the quote by the famous French philosopher Voltaire. He quoted

“The art of medicine, Consists in amusing the patient. While nature cures the disease.”

And that couldn’t make more sense! However, we were treated, the course of nature would do its duty in healing us. The course of whatever medication was prescribed, we’d still have to detox ourselves and be as pure as we could. Our eating and living habits would dramatically change once we were dealing with any ailment.

No matter what minor ailment we suffered through when we were kids, Mothers would always know the quickest remedy using a mix of herbs and secret ingredients that were passed on from generation to generation through her mother and so on. The bases of this trust were entirely upon the knowledge of ancient herbs and their assured medicinal abilities to heal.

Nature does play a major role in these cures. Our bodies consist of self-healing abilities that get clouded by the impurities that surround us today. Home remedies have a huge history behind them. A clear example of herbal remedies that have moved through many lifetimes to reach us today are essential oils. The phenomenon of how quickly these aromatic healing oils have gained popularity throughout the world is no mystery nor it’s a new discovery.

For the love of Oils

The use of essential oils in healing practices earliest uses have been recorded about 5000 years ago in Egypt. They were renowned for their knowledge of cosmetology, ointments and aromatic oils. At the peak of its powerful Monarchy, it was only the high priests that had authority to use aromatic oils. They believed aromatic oils helped to cleanse and purify and was essential in the practice to be one with the Gods. Specifically made oils were dedicated and anointed for each deity.

Queen Cleopatra famous for her beauty that made the world’s most powerful emperor bow down to her ethereal grace, quite obviously took her beauty regime very seriously. It was known that her immense love for essential oils and knowledge for cosmetics pursued her to open her onw spa. Cleopatra also wrote a book called Cleopatra Gynaeciarum Libri around 50Bc, which unfortunately has been lost, though other references say that the book contained remarkable recipes for essential oil combinations as well as beauty products. The Pharaohs too had their own special blends of oils they diligently used for Meditation, War and Love.


During the Crusades, the Knights were responsible for passing the knowledge of herbal medicines to Western Europe. They had acquired the art of distillation and perfumes from Middle East. While researching the properties of essential oils, French Chemist René-Maurice Gattefossé coined the term “Aromatherapie”. His book under the same name was published in 1928 which details the healing capabilities of essential oils. With a positive response of using these essential oils, the popularity of the use of Aromatherapie grew throughout Europe.

Gattefossé stumbled upon the incredible healing properties of essential oils during a mishap in his laboratory. During an explosion, his hand got severely burnt and in the chaos, he quickly reached out to the nearest vessel that contained liquid and immersed his hand in it. To his astonishment, the burn soon healed with no scarring or infections. The miracle liquid that healed him was essential oil of Lavender.

And… the Romance continues

Essential oils have proven throughout history that they have tremendous healing affects not only when used topically but also for holistic healing. These one of a kind herbs have remarkable qualities that can heal mentally, physically and emotionally. Essential oils aren’t oils at all, since they lack fatty acids, they are highly concentrated plant components.

A large amount of plants are used to extract a small portion of essential oil, hence some of them can be expensive. The high quality therapeutic grade oils are pure, steam distilled and prove to be extremely medicinal. Apart from the obvious effects these oils have, here are a few unconventional yet tried and tested healing abilities these most popularly used essential oils embody.

Lavender Oil

Or Lavander in French derived from the Latin word Lavare meaning to wash. Perhaps it refers to the use of its infusions of plants. The ancient Greeks called the Lavender herb nardus after the Syrian city of Naarda. Lavender was one holy herbs used in the biblical temples to prepare holy essence. Being one of the most versatile of oils, Lavender is more popularly known for its relaxing effects.

The soothing fragrance calms the nerves by reducing the levels of stress hormones in your blood. Known to effectively to help with insomnia, adding a few drops to your bath water can help calm tight muscles and ease headaches and body aches. Spiritualist believe that the fragrance of lavender oil help create serenity within the body, mind and soul during meditation due to its calming effects and has also the power to induce lucid dreams when used at bedtime.

Rosemary Oil

Rosemary OilAccording to an ancient myth, it’s said that the Virgin Mary spread her blue cloak over a bush of white blossomed rosemary while she was resting and the flowers turned blue. The shrub was then christened as the “Rose of Mary” and was considered sacred to the ancient Egyptians, Romans and Greeks. In the middle ages, Rosemary was associated with wedding ceremonies as it was thought to be a love charm.

Even till today Holistic healers uses these herbs is healing with matters of the heart as the fragrance is said to help in energizing your heart chakra during meditation. In Shakespeare’s play Hamlet, Ophelia says, “There’s Rosemary, that’s for remembrance” Rosemary is believed to have powers to strengthen memory. Diffusing this essential oil or lightly inhaling the fumes form the bottle helps to sharpen the memory and the ability to learn.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Essential OilIn 1770, Captain James Cook while aboard the H.M.S Endeavor he landed at Botany Bay. He discovered natives brewing a concoction of viscous, camphor like leaves of the Melaleuca tree. The native Australians swore by the healing properties contained within the leaf and with scarcity of their own forms of the medicines the English were astonished to find that the poultice made of these crushed leaves fought infection and swiftly healed the wounds.

Throughout history Tea tree oil has been identified as having antibacterial, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and preventive qualities.

Lemongrass Oil

Lemongrass OilIt’s believed that lemongrass essential oil may have exported during the 17th century by the Philippines as distribution was limited the oil remained unheard of. In 1905 while researching on the properties of the Lemongrass plant, J.F Jovit from Sri Lanka learned more about the oil that the plant produced and soon word of its benefits spread around.

It was not until 1947 in Florida, Haiti that the first commercial cultivation of Lemongrass oil started. Apart from being effective in killing bacterial and fungal infections it has that ability to kill cancer cells without damaging healthy cells. The oil works wonders for relaxation during massages or holistic healing therapies. The calming and soothing aroma of lemongrass is becoming most popular today with treating sleeping disorders, stress and even depression.

The rich history behind these ancient herbal medicines proves that trust and faith in them ardently continues. The power to heal and energize your senses soothingly through Aromatherapie is soon being recognized as an effective and trusted remedy for many ailments the world over.

So, be reassured that no matter how you come to learn about essential oils, the history that began this legacy would forever continue. The people that have put their heart and soul into the trust they had for these herbs, is proof enough that their truly remarkable healing qualities have emerged unbeaten even till today.

Watch our video on how to find out if your essential oil is fake or real

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Will essential oils help with alopecia barbae?

Alopecia Barbae

Alopecia Barbae also known as beard hair loss. Alopecia Barbae refers to patches in facial / beard hair. This mainly occurs when the immune system wrongly detects hair follicles as invaders and attacks them. This causes bald patches in the facial region. In most cases patches remain confined to small areas until treated for hair regrowth. However if this is due to genetics or family history then chances are that it cannot be reversed.

Though over the counter medications are available to treat alopecia barbae but they do come with their own side effects. Natural ways to cure this would be by massaging the effected area which stimulates blood flow and can revive the roots. You can take Jojoba oil or Almond oil and mix lavender essential oil in it. For example. You if you take 100ml of Jojoba Oil, you can add 2-3ml of Lavender oil in it. Mix well and leave it for a day to fully mix. Then apply everyday on the affected area and massage it well into the skin. Since jojoba oil is easily absorbed into the skin, this should not take more than 20 min to, after which you can wash your face.

Give this natural treatment a few months before you start seeing results.

Top 5 benefits of lavender essential oil

Lavender OilLavender essential oil is one of the most popular essential oils in India. What makes it so popular? It’s the versatility of the oil.

Lavender essential oil and it’s many uses!

Hair care: Lavender essential oil has been shown to be very helpful in the treatment of hair loss. A study reported that more than 40% of alopecia patients in the study reported an increase in hair growth when they regularly rubbed lavender essential oil into their scalp.

Skin Care: Because of its antimicrobial and antioxidant characteristics, lavender essential mixed with aloe or jojoba oil has profound benefits on your skin. Regular application of this oil can take off years from your face. It also helps with sunburn and wrinkles.

Good Night Sleep: A study on students found that using lavender oil improved the overall quality of sleep. This included length of sleep, time it took to fall asleep, restfulness. A couple drops of lavender oil to your pillow or in the oil burner at night can help you have a peaceful and uninterrupted sleep.

Non Toxic Room Freshener: Instead of using chemical artificial perfumes or room fresheners which are bad for you and the environment, why not make your own totally natural and non toxic room freshener? Add a few drops of the oil with water and then keep it in a spray bottle or add it to your oil burner to breath and feel healthy.

Get Rid of Headaches: There are millions of people in India who struggle from tension headaches and migraines and are searching for a natural alternative to medicines. According to a new medical research, lavender oil might just be that natural cure that you are looking for.

These are the top 5 benefits of lavender essential oil, have a look our video to know a few more.

A Word of Caution: Essential oils are highly concentrated and should be used with care. Though safe for almost everyone, in certain situations you might need to exercise caution, especially if you are a pregnant women.

Hair loss, in its entirety

Hair Loss, Causes and Cures

Many of you have often pondered upon the indignity of hair loss that affects almost half of the world’s population, including you. Some hope they never come to face such an atrocity and prepare themselves well before hand by following a strict regime to maintain a proper balance between body and mind. Ageing is an integral part of our life process, we strive to achieve all that we can in hopes on one day leading a peaceful and serene retirement. Our stressful lives have many adverse effects on our bodies one being hair loss. Alopecia being general medical term for hair loss there are many types of hair loss with different symptoms and causes. Here the basics of all you need to know about the various kinds of hair loss that exist.

Common types of hair loss

Male and female pattern baldness

Male-pattern baldness affects half of all men by the age of 50. It usually starts around the late twenties or early thirties and most men have some degree of hair loss by their late thirties. It follows a pattern of a receding hairline, thinning of the hair on the crown and temples, leaving a horseshoe shape around the back and sides of the head. Sometimes it can progress to complete baldness. Male-pattern baldness is usually hereditary. It’s thought to be caused by oversensitive hair follicles, linked to having too much of a certain male hormone.

Female-pattern baldness the hair usually only thins on top of the head. It’s not clear if this is hereditary and the cause for this is still not clear, however, it tends to be more noticeable in women who have been through the menopause perhaps because of the loss of hormones.

Alopecia Areata – Causes small patches of baldness, they usually appear on the scalp but can occur anywhere on the body. It mostly affects teenagers and young adults and at any given age. Most cases the hair does grow back. Alopecia Areata is caused by problems with the immune system and can also be genetic. The more severe form of this hair loss is Alopecia Totalis, no scalp hair and Alopecia Universalis, no hair on scalp and the body. An overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism), diabetes or Down’s syndrome can also cause alopecia areata to occur.

Scarring alopecia – Also known as cicatricial alopecia, is when the hair follicles are completely destroyed which means your hair won’t grow back.

The causes of Scarring alopecia are:

Scleroderma – affects the body’s connective (supporting) tissues, resulting in hard, puffy and itchy skin

Lichen planus – an itchy rash affecting many areas of the body

Discoid lupus – a mild form of lupus affecting the skin, causing scaly marks and hair loss

Folliculitis decalvans – is rare and most commonly affects men, causing baldness and scarring of the affected areas

Frontal fibrosing alopecia – affects post-menopausal women where the hair follicles are damaged, and the hair falls out and is unable to grow back

Anagen effluvium – is widespread hair loss that can affect your scalp, face and body. The most common causes of this type of hair loss is chemotherapy. Immunotherapy and radiotherapy may also cause this type of hair loss. In most cases, hair loss in anagen effluvium is temporary and the hair should start to grow back a few months after chemotherapy has stopped.

Telogen effluvium – is a common type of alopecia where there is widespread thinning of the hair and not bald patches. Hair may feel thinner, but won’t result in complete hair loss. Hormonal changes, intense emotional stress, intense physical stress, short or long term illness, malnutrition and reactions to certain medications are the causes for Telogen effluvium.

Remedies and treatment throughout the ages

The most archaic remedies for hair loss dates back to 3,000BC, by non-other than the Egyptians. They would prescribe an unusual combination of herbs and a mixture of iron oxide, red lead, onions, alabaster, honey and animal fats. Dioscorides, was a Greek physician, pharmacologist, botanist, and author of De Materia Medica, a five volume Greek encyclopedia about herbal medicine and related medicinal substances, that was widely read for more than 1,500 years. He too believed that applying onion juice directly on the scalp prevented baldness.

The Aztecs believed eating hot chili to be a curative for hair loss and many other disorders. Chinese monks relied on self – massage methods that used similar techniques of acupressure. Traditional Chinese Medicines and Indian Ayurveda medicines were and still is a perfect example of how their extensive study of herbs and various other techniques have shown tremendous success in therapeutic effects on various health condition even till today

So, with all these various kinds of medicine practices around the world today, how does one decide on the most appropriate course of treatment in accordance to your own individual hair woes?

Allopathy Vs Homeopathy Vs Ayurveda. What to choose and why? Know your medicines


The term “allopathy” was coined in 1842 by C.F.S. Hahnemann the founder of homeopathy. Hahnemann used “allopathy” to refer to what he saw as a system of medicine that combats disease by using remedies that produce effects in a healthy subject that are different. Allo the Greek meaning for different and Homeo the Greek meaning for similar. The terms were created in distinction of the two practices.
There are certain side effects associated with the allopathic medicines, which make them harmful if taken over a long period of time. Since they give fast results for ailments that require a quick cure it’s the most popular form of medication today. Unlike homeopathy and ayurvedic medicine that are made from plants allopathy are made from chemicals. These chemicals can prove to be harmful if not taken according to right dosage. Overdose of such drugs can cause adverse effects on the human body.

Benefits: Immediate and positive results for almost all illness.

Downside: Does not cure the illness in most cases. They can have lethal side effects in case of overdose. Long term medications can harm the body. Side effects can cause major damage to organs. Not organic and purely chemical based.

For Hair Loss: Positive results in most cases depending on the type of Alopecia that is being treated.


Homoeopathy is a system of alternative medicine created in Germany in 1796 by Samuel Hahnemann he claimed that a substance that causes the symptoms of a disease in healthy people would cure similar symptoms in sick people. Homeopathy is a pseudoscience and a belief that is incorrectly presented as scientific. The preparation is said to believe are not effective in treating any condition. Many researches have come to believe that the treatment only works on the principals of the placebo effect and normal and natural recovery time of the illness.
The medication is prepared by a process of homeopathic dilution, in which a chosen substance is repeatedly diluted in alcohol or distilled water, while the containing vessel is bashed against an elastic material. Dilution continues until no molecules of the original substance remain.

Though some produce positive results, through many systematic review have proved this to be because of sheer chance, flawed research methods and reporting bias.

The World Health Organization has warned against the use of homeopathy to treat severe diseases such as HIV and Malaria. Revived by the The Nazi regime in Germany in the 20th century, there was fascinated by homeopathy and spent a lot of money over the further research of it but were unsuccessful in gaining any positive result. More established in Europe, only in the 1950’s did the United States recognize homeopathic preparations as drugs. Homeopathy made a significant comeback in the 1970’s and the sales increased as the practitioners credit it to the Greek Homeopath George Vithoulkas who performed in depth research to updated the scenarios.

Today homeopathy’s popularity is believed to be maybe due to comparatively long consultations practitioners are willing to give their patients, and to an irrational preference for “natural” products which people think are the basis of homeopathic preparations

Benefits: Does not have any diverse effects as compared to allopathy drugs do in case of over dosage.

Downside: Success rate of curing any diseases are very low as compared to Ayurveda and Allopathic medications.

For hair loss: Debatable results in the treatment. Not enough proof to show conclusively positive results.


Dating back to 3000years from India, Ayur means longevity and Veda means science. This ancient medical science believes there are for aspects of life, as Intelligence, Mind, Senses and the Physical Body. Ayurvedic principals are based of the five kinds of energies that make up the elements, which are air, water, fire , earth and space that coalesce into three energies called Doshas. This is believed to the main principals of the physical creation that govern how nature functions and affects us. Each of the three Doshas are made up of 2 elements, Vata combination of air/space. Pitta , a combination fire/water and Kapha combination of earth/water. Interrelationship of the Doshas determines individual Doshas (body constitution) of every person. disease can be caused due to an imbalance of any of these three Doshas.

Maintaining the perfect balance is the key. It can be achieved by keeping the body in a state of balance by using nutrition, diet, lifestyle, herbs and spices, managing seasonal changes in the environment and by improving mental health.

a) Ayurveda takes a philosophical approach based on the Vedas to health while Allopathy focuses on scientific clinical trials making use of all measures that have proved to be of value in treatment of disease.
b) Ayurveda the focus is on prevention of disease and to find the root cause to bring the body back into balance rather than the focus on treating symptoms with interventions as in Allopathic medicine.
c) Pure use of herbs and no chemicals or substances.

Downside: Slow to react as compared to allopathy. All effects are noticeable after a long period of taking the prescribed dosage.

For Hair Loss: known to have a large success rate based on the type of alopecia that’s being treated.

Holistic Medicine and its practicality

Holistic practices are claimed to have the healing effects of medicine but which are impossible to prove, or are excessively harmful in relation to their effect. The scientific consensus believes that the therapy does not, or can’t work because the known laws of nature are violated by its basic claims.

Alternative therapies or diagnoses are not part of medicine or science-based healthcare systems and consists of a wide variety of practices, products, and therapies ranging from those that are biologically plausible but not well tested and believe to have harmful and toxic effects.

Some Holistic treatments such as Alternative medicine, such as using naturopathy or homeopathy in place of conventional medicine, this based on belief systems not grounded in science. Alternative medicines systems are based on traditional medicine practices like Traditional Chinese Medicines and Ayurveda in India. They do have useful applications and have been researched and accepted within ordinary medicine, However the underlying belief systems are seldom scientific and are not accepted.

Though highly criticized for their unorthodox concept and system of healing practice, Holistic medicines have shown tremendous positive results in those who do have faith in them.

Faith, that’s the main fundamental operational concept behind all of these new age alternative medicines practices. Do they actually work?

If taken into account that our body does consist of energies and chakras as they so clearly put it and imbalance of these can cause chaos within the mind and body. Bringing a perfect balance through these somewhat unconventional practices, they claim they can help us find that inner peace and be healed by our own faith and our bodies self-healing mechanisms get activated through our own abilities to see beyond the conventional reality.

Shiatsu, Thai Massages, Aroma therapy , Reiki, Tibetan Eye Chart, acupressure , acupuncture, Meditative self- healing and Ayurveda are just a few of these alternative healing therapies that seem to have had a tremendous following throughout the world. The truth behind it is the fact that we all do not realize our own inner strength.
Strengthen the mind and the body follows.

How to maintain the inner balance, in alignment with your body mind and soul

Our lives have since the beginning of time, have been completely chaotic. The more civilization progressed the more toxic our lives became, the more complicated our needs became the more we chose to destroy our bodies by succumbing to this vicious cycle of surviving this ever changing world. We are in competition with everything around us, and no one knows who truly started this rat race and where does it end.

Happiness they say is the key to finding inner peace. Let’s face it in the lifestyle we have chosen today it’s practically impossible to find even a moments rest let alone happiness.

What is happiness? For some it may be being financially secure or being incredibly successful or just perhaps having a full head of luscious hair.

What if I tell you that, the entire life cycle we plan out for ourselves from the time we begin to learn the ways of our world are completely toxic for our body, mind and soul. Would you be willing to make that change? We take ourselves so much for granted. The opulence of our overindulgent lifestyle is the reason to why many of us suffer from disease we at times can’t control.

Stress, Malnutrition’, fatigue, excessive drinking, binging, lack of exercise , anger , depression are just few of the toxic behavior we subject our body to go through. Living a balanced life is quite simple than most expect.

This is life, you’re human. You are to feel, experience and achieve beyond the barriers of adversities. Find what makes you detach from all that stresses you or weakens your mind. Know that no matter what course of treatment you choose to deal with whatever that’s ailing you, you are stronger and can make it through it.

A positive mind that’s detached from the world’s irrational and yet sometimes traditional opinions will always find its inner peace and balance.

Your body also needs just as much love and care. Allopathy, Ayurveda, Alternative medicines can all help you , but know that it’s finding calmness within your mind through the chaos is what will get you through.

Find what helps you heal and never let it overpower you. An excess of anything can harm you, everything done in moderation is the way to go. Be as natural and pure you can be in your daily life, be it your eating habits or just channeling positive energy through detaching your mind from a stressful environment. Do it!

The power is within you to learn how to maintain the body and mind in a balanced and healthy state which would have positive effects into all areas of your life!

Happy Healing Ya’ll!