According to Ayurveda, all meridians (nadis) begin in the scalp and end in the soles of the feet. Many neural endings, receptors, and marmas (Ayurvedic pressure points) are also located here. Helps to calm the mind and maintain eyesight and hearing. It promotes quality sleep and improves peripheral circulation. A foot massage aids foot health (alleviates pain, improves muscle tone and nourishes the skin), helps prevent sciatica.
Amla, better known as Indian Gooseberry, is widely used in the Ayurvedic medicine system of India. Amla is extremely rich in vitamin C, having thirty percent more than oranges. It’s packed with many vitamins, minerals, tannins and other helpful nutrients.
Ayurvedic remedy: turmeric honey. The turmeric is an antiseptic tridoshic herb. c. raw honey (paste) c. turmeric powder. Optional: black pepper or ginger powder. Combine the ingredients into a paste. Store in a small jar. Have a teaspoon after meals.