Here is a complete article on how to stay healthy with herbal laddus written by Mr. Alok Kuchhal which featured in Rajasthan Patrika on December 26, 2015.
How to get back in shape after pregnancy???? This one question haunts all the women post pregnancy.
Since ages, the experienced women of the family have been giving the post-delivery care to the new mother assuring health and stamina to her. They make sure to include JAAPE KE LADDU in her diet to expel the toxins which accumulate during her gestational period.
Presently, this tradition is still prevailing in small towns and villages. Due to busy lifestyles and lack of knowledge, people in city aren’t able to provide proper post-delivery care to the mother. Keeping this requirement and necessity in mind, Gyan Herbal Home brings you Jaape Ke Laddu which are a wonderful Ayurvedic combination for the new mothers to clean their system and get back in shape.
Each laddu contains the properties of sonth (satva), supari, ajwain, kamarkas gond, jaiphal, laung, javitri, makhaane, ghee, bura etc. in the base of wheat flour. All these ingredients come with properties that effectively support the health of the newly mother.
Benefits of post-delivery consumable JAAPE KE LADDU
It is ideal to consume these laddus under the guidance of experienced women or Ayurvedic physicians. They can be consumed for approximately 40 days after the delivery. For those, who get operated under Cesarean section, must seek advice to when to start these laddus.
Note: These laddus are available only on prior order.
So, gift health to the newly mother by presenting her with these laddus.
Ghee is an integral part of a wholesome Indian food. But off lately, the prevailing myths about ghee have resulted into its minimal or no use. Ghee is given a step-motherly treatment in today’s India where it was lavishly used and surprisingly the cholesterol levels were never so high back then what are now despite no ghee intake.
WONDERFUL BENEFITS OF GHEE
Absolutely, we need to change our perception towards ghee by not considering it merely a saturated fat. Ghee is very essential for our body to function properly. For this very reason, Ayurveda has always promoted the use of ghee for reasons mentioned below.
Boon in Acidity
It promotes the digestive fire thereby helping you to digest your food properly. Also, a good digestion relieves the complaint of constipation which is quite a common problem these days, especially in winters.
Helpful in Joint Pains
In degenerative joint pains, it is essential to ensure regular intake of Ghee as it strengthens the bone and supporting tissues.
Good for Vision
Ghee is a preventive and also a curative aid to deteriorating vision. For clear vision and healthier eyes, it can be taken with triphala powder. Now you know why most of the kids these days have poor eyesight…their poor intake of ghee.
Promotes Mental Faculties
Ghee is known to be a wonderful immunity booster as it is helpful in curtailing infection. The tradition of conducting homas at home with lavish use of ghee has proved to keep environment healthy and positive. Lightening a ghee diya in house is a tradition which again promotes health.
It has a cooling effect therefore its application on a scald or a burn prevents the formation of blisters.
Looking into these benefits of ghee, it is suggested that we all must include ghee in our daily routine for a healthier life rather keeping it at an arm’s distance.
Prefer drinking lukewarm water over ghee instead of plain or cold water. People suffering from diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol must consult an Ayurvedic physician to draw the benefits from ghee.
Winters bring along the desire to introduce the flavor of Ginger to our food. In some houses, Ginger becomes an important and inseparable ingredient of the kitchen in this season. Ginger is available in both wet and dry form.
Indian kitchens use both, the wet ginger (adrak) and dried ginger (sonth) in routine. Apart from its taste value, ginger has amazing therapeutic properties as well. It promotes appetite and enhances digestion, relieves pain, removes systemic toxins, relieves constipation etc.
Health Benefits of Ginger/ Sonth:
Out of various uses of ginger, a few have been mentioned below:
Digestion and Weight Loss
Ginger aids digestive fire which in turn sharpens the appetite. This in turn helps in clearing the accumulated toxins in the system by digesting them. As a result you enjoy stronger digestion along with weight loss in a healthier manner.
Its combination with black pepper (kalimirch) and long pepper (peepal) is termed as Trikatu which is very effective in indigestion, flatulence, stomachache etc.
It comes with warming and stimulating properties which are helpful in treating common health ailments. It works well in conditions like cholesterol, fevers etc. which are a resultant of toxin-accumulation.
Addition to Teas and Milk
Its lavish use in teas is very common because it’s wonderful aroma and flavor. Also, it makes tea easily digestible. If added to warm milk then it helps in clearing cough and cold and other respiratory conditions.
Effective in Joint Pains
Prepare and consume a decoction of ginger for treating varied joint pains.
Ingredient to Sweet Delicacies
Sonth is used in various Indian sweet delicacies like laddus and other traditional preparations because of its property to digest the heavy to digest sumptuous sweets.
Combined with other herbal powders and drugs, sonth is very effective in promoting stamina.
You can buy your pack of Sonth or Ginger from Gyan Herbal Home and use it in winters to stay fit and healthy.