Last Week at Amrutam

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

What’s new at Amrutam

  • We are pleased to share with you that Amrutam Apps for android and IOS are now LIVE! You can download the app from Playstore now. 😊
  • To celebrate the anniversary of Kuntal Care Hair Spa with HEMP, we bring to you the HEMP ANNIVERSARY SALE on 25 November 2020. Please note that this is an APP ONLY SALE. Download the app to participate in the sale and learn more about it here!
  • A common myth surrounds us when we talk about self-care and that is that ‘Men don’t need it’ which is entirely false! Men can and should indulge in self-care as and when possible. Check out this testimonial video by Gaurav Anand, Photographer & Amrutam Contributor on why self-care is important for men.
  • We are so happy to share with you that we have launched the first episode of our Mental Health podcast titled Rediscovering Self with Amrutam’! The first episode tackles with the theme ‘I am not sure if therapy is the right path for me’. Tap on to listen to the podcast. 😊

A quote we like

  • “Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know.”

Creations under #AmrutamFamily project

Articles you might enjoy reading

  • Rediscovering Ayurveda x Monal Tembhurne
  • A student of Ayurveda and founder of Nirvana Ayurved, Monal is passionate about everything that resonates with her love for healing. She had hardly finished the 6th year of her life when she knew it in her heart that she wanted to help people heal. “Healing people has always been my ultimate goal. A doctor not only ‘treats’ people but also ‘heals’ them,” she explains. And this ambition of hers is what she claims has always kept her motivated to do what she does!
  • Is Kashayam a low-key torture technique or a potent Immunity Booster?
  • Also known as kwath or kaadha in different parts of India, kashayam is widely used all over the country to treat various disorders and ailments. It is an Ayurvedic drink prepared by boiling herbs and spices in water. The term kashayam or kaadha is used to refer to a category of similar drinks and is not the name of one specific medicinal drink. Most people, including myself, find the taste of the drink quite bitter. My mother would add honey to mask the bitterness. One could also use Jaggery or even Gulkand as a sweetener.

That's all for this week. :)


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