Here’s a glimpse of what happened at Amrutam last week!
What’s new at Amrutam?
Sex is a human being’s one of many acts of love, but seldom do we talk about the sexual wellness of men. To strike a conversation around the same, we are organizing a super special Valentine’s Day Sale featuring B-Feral Gold Malt. Come celebrate the men in your lives with us!
Tap on to learn more about the sale. 🙂
Are you aware of the ‘5 menstrual disorders caused by a hormonal imbalance’?
Watch out for these 7 signs!
And hey! Make sure to incorporate these 7 superfoods into your diet to ensure healthy menstruation.
Product of the Week:
Did you know वसंत ऋतू (Vasant Ritu) is the season of Kapha dosha? Pacify this dosha with a delicious scoop of our favorite Ayurvedic Chyawanprash!
Jam-packed with potent ingredients such as Lavagna, Tejpatra, Elaichi, and Dalchini. This herbal recipe helps in increasing immunity and improving metabolism. Amazing, right?
This spring, let’s gift ourselves the wholesomeness of a healthy life!
Tip of the day:
Take a break from your everyday routine and perform Self-Abhangya with aroma-infused oils to enter a state of tranquility. ✨Don’t think twice, you deserve it!
Creators we collaborated with:
We recently collaborated with Pranita Kocharekar (@pranitart). The IG Live on “self-love and beyond” served as a healthy platform for sharing feelings and experiences. We must say, the session was truly enjoyable! In case you missed it, we’ve saved the recording for you 🙂
Blogs you might like to read:
•Cluster fig (ficus racemose), also known as Gular, is an infamous medicinal plant known to treat Vata and Pitta doshas since the beginning of time. Gular is stacked with abundant reserves of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, iron, copper, potassium, magnesium, dietary fiber, carotene-β, and lutein-zeaxanthin. All of which are known to stimulate the immune system, prevent DNA damage and reduce disease occurrence. Our drastic lifestyle changes have had a significant impact on the quality of life. Thus, it is crucial to restore balance and be in harmony with nature’s design.
• The name trikatu is derived from the words tri (three) and Kau, which mean “pungent” or “spice.”It’s Sanskrit for “three spices” or “three peppers.”
In Ayurvedic Materia Medica, an ancient document which is dated back to 6000 BC, mentions that Trikatu is an indispensable ingredient in many prescriptions and formulations which are used for a wide range of disorders as it stimulates Agni, which then helps to remedy issues caused by Kapha and Vata. All in all, Trikatu can be a cure for our health issues and help us bring back the much-needed balance in our lives.
A quote we like:
So let us #CelebrateLove, #BeKinderToOurselves, and #BeInTheMoment!
That’s all for this week at Amrutam!