Last Week at Amrutam

Here's a glimpse of what happened at Amrutam last week!

What’s new at Amrutam

  • We are so excited to share with you that Amrutam has launched the Amrutam Wellness Journal: Undated Planner! Inspired by the 5 elements of nature, also known as Panchmahabhutas, this journal is your key to lead a more balanced, mindful and organized life!
  • Over the years, we have only grown and flourished as a big, extensive family of Ayurveda lovers. We are happy to share that we now have a huge family of 50,000+ members on our Instagram! Thank you for supporting us. 😊
  • To celebrate this milestone, we are hosting a GIVEAWAY where you have a chance to win Amrutam Kumkumadi Oil worth INR 2,999/-! Here’s how you can participate.
  • Are you excited to go on a journey within the comfort of your homes? Let us take you through how Amrutam came into being and how it has evolved from an on-ground business to an e-Commerce one! Here’s an interview with Amrutam Founder Principal Mrs Chandrakanta Gupta!

A quote we like

  • “For perhaps when you have reached the end, that is the perfect place to start again.”

Articles you might enjoy reading

  • You all must have seen the beauty of different flowers that adds up life to a dull place but have you ever contemplated how these flowers can add up life to a dull body? Well, Ayurveda has given us a flower that works magically for the human body, it is the Guduhal or Hibiscus. It can be seen in India at every place. The common color is red and it is also the most effective type of color that can help us to lead a healthy life. Tap to learn more!
  • Ayurvedic texts identify the basic taste of Sugar, Sweetness, as a flavor that is quite important in the scheme of things. Of the different tastes (Sweet, Sour, Salty, Pungent, Bitter, Astringent) that make up most of our diet, the Sweet taste is considered to be the most vital of the six. Even when we look towards modern science and nutritional analysis, each of the six different tastes mentioned above satisfies a different part of our required nutritional intake. As such, a well-balanced meal must include all six components in order for it to be truly “Healthy”. At this point, we can accept that eliminating sugar from our diets is not the optimal solution that we were led to believe. But what of all the negative effects of Sugar we have heard so much of? Read on to find out!

That's all for this week at Amrutam. :)


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