Ayurvedic herbal hair oil

Ayurvedic Oil for Hair Growth

Veni ayurvedic medicated oil with coconut oil as a base. Good for dandruff itching in the scalp and hair loss. Excellent in seborrhea associated with dry scalp. Promotes hair growth. Prevents premature greying.

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Murraya koenigii
Stimulate and nourish healthy hair growth.
Promotes natural colour & luster
Prevents Scalp Infection, Dryness and Hair Damage 
Remedy for dandruff, split ends, itchiness in the scalp and formation of flake.

Brahmi- Bacopa monnierii
Rejuvenates hair follicles and strengthens the hair from the root.
Regular head massage eases off tension and soothens and calms down

Processed in Coconut oil
Moisturizes the Scalp and Hair
Supports favorable growth, luster, and nourishment of hair
Support a healthy scalp, nourished hair roots and thick, shiny beautiful hair.

Ayurvedic viewpoint on depression

Ayurvedic viewpoint on depression – Part 1

The sole purpose of this blog is to provide information from an Ayurvedic perspective. This information is not intended for use in the diagnosis, treatment, cure or prevention of any disease. If you have any severe acute or chronic health concerns, please consult a health professional. If you seek medical advice or have any queries, our Doctors will be happy to guide you. Check with your doctor before taking herbs/medicines or following the diet when pregnant or nursing.

“A man must elevate himself by his Mind, not degrade himself. The Mind is a friend of the conditioned soul, and his enemy as well” — Bhagavad Gita.

Depression is characterized by a sad or blue mood that affects nearly every aspect of your life every day, your family and social relationships, work or school performance etc. If you remain depressed for more than two weeks, long after an event has passed, then you may have a clinical disorder called depression.
Researchers and clinicians theorize that depression results from three related factors – biological, psychological and social. The biological factors, such as genetics, may be more substantial than the other two. For others, it may be caused mainly by a psychological issue, such as one’s personality or way of coping with stress.

The Messenger, Mind and Body

The brain’s neurotransmitters are essentially chemical messengers between the brain’s neurons (nerve cells), and they strongly affect your mental, emotional, and physical activity (or lack of activity!). In addition, our brains are very metabolically active even at rest and utilize about 30% of our energy intake. Therefore, healthy food is essential for going through life with ease and mindfulness.
Right from the ancient periods, the relation between mind and soul is well appreciated by Ayurveda. However, the division into body and Mind is purely academic as we cannot have a separate mind or living body in life. They form a continuum. Without the body, the Mind cannot exist, and without the Mind, the body cannot remain alive. It is well known that diseases of the Mind migrate to the body and vice versa. 
Ayurveda defines the Mind as ‘that entity responsible for thinking and has three essential qualities viz., Satva, Rajas and Tamas.
Satwa is understood by self-control, discriminative knowledgeability, power of exposition, etc. Rajas are understood by violence, despotic envy, authoritativeness, self-adoration, etc. meanwhile, Tamas is understood by dullness, inactiveness, sleep.
When the physiological states of Mind like desire, anger, greed, anxiety, worry, and fear are within the physiological limits, they are considered normal and constitute a healthy state of Mind. But, on the other hand, when the physiology of these are disturbed, they are considered abnormal and constitute a pathological state of mind, leading to depression. Thus, rajas and Tamas, being two psycho-pathological factors, affect the Mind and produce certain mental disorders.


According to clinical research studies, peri-menopausal women were 1.4 times as likely to report depression and mood swings, independent of additional factors including reported stress. There are several mechanisms through which changes in hormones affect brain function. Estrogen and progesterone have direct effects on the brain. Both help protects the brain from exogenous and endogenous toxins, rebuild the blood-brain barrier, reduce edema, and regulate the inflammatory cascade in the event of physical or ischemic trauma.


I’m a failure.
It’s my fault.
Nothing good ever happens to me.
I’m worthless.
Life’s not worth living.
People would be better off without me.

Tired all the time
Sick and run down
Headaches and muscle pains
Churning gut
Sleep problems
Loss or change of appetite
Significant weight loss or gain

Risk Factors

Depression often begins in the teens, 20s or 30s, but it can happen at any age. More women than men are diagnosed with depression, but this may be because women are more likely to seek treatment.

Factors that seem to increase the risk of developing or triggering depression include:

  • Certain personality traits, such as low self-esteem and being too dependent, self-critical or pessimistic
  • Traumatic or stressful events, such as physical or sexual abuse, the death or loss of a loved one, a complicated relationship, or financial problems
  • Blood relatives with a history of depression, bipolar disorder, al- alcoholism or suicide
  • Being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, or having variations in the development of genital organs that aren’t male or female (intersex) in an unsupportive situation
  • History of other mental health disorders, such as anxiety disorder, eating disorders or post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Abuse of alcohol or recreational drugs
  • Severe or chronic illness, including cancer, stroke, chronic pain or heart disease
  • Certain medications, such as some high blood pressure medications or sleeping pills (talk to your doctor before stopping any medication)

To Be Continued…

How to get glowing skin

How to Get Glowing Skin

How to Get Glowing Skin

Skin is king

Skin is the largest organ in our body. Essentially made of water, fats, proteins and many other chemicals and minerals, the skin regenerates itself every 27 days. Therefore, proper skin care products care and treatment are essential to maintaining this critical health and vitality.
like us, the skin needs to remain healthy through means such as:

  • it needs plenty of water
  • removing makeup before going to bed helps more than you think
  • healthy nutrition
  • oil-free moisturizers 
  • sun protection

Protect and encourage the king

1.Washing your face regularly
Washing your face after you’ve worked up a sweat, first thing in the morning, and right before bed is a good routine for skin maintenance. https://www.allure.com/story/morning-skin-care-routine, The debate tells us that it is essential to wash your face before putting any moisturizer

2.Aloe vera gel
An all-natural gel extracted directly from the plant has excellent healing properties and promotes cell growth. It helps in sunburns, cuts, dry skin, acne, dehydrated skin etc. it also acts as a moisturizer for the skin and shrinks pores. So it is assuring that you get a chemical-free and all-natural gel. Here is an all-natural Aloe vera gel by rajah Ayurveda

Applying sunscreen 15mins before going out is best as it takes time for it to activate. Choose products that fit your skin type and sensitivity, and remember to read the labels if you have allergies. For example, here is a light sunscreen by mama earth.

Skin enhancers are essential for improving the quality and increasing the vitality of skin. Saffron being a Natural Skin Care that contains an Abundant of potassium. Saffron helps in cell repair and regeneration and is also anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal. Applying saffron strands along with mix soothes skin and treats acne breakout. 

in our Hunter-gatherer roots, we plucked and found various fruits and vegetables, not knowing their importance for your skin. We now know with science that the antioxidants, Betacarotene, found in carrots, lutein, found in papayas, are essential for skin development, Avoid if possible all kinds of processed foods with preservatives and such.

Booster for the king


Kumkumadi tailam is ayurvedic skin serum for glowing skin

Treats Skin Pigmentation:-
Rajah Ayurveda Kumkumadi Tailam works as a fantastic anti-solar agent and shields the skin from harmful UV rays of the sun and protects the skin. Regular use fades away the dark spots, blemishes and brightens the skin tone by enhancing the complexion.

Fights Acne:-
The strong antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of Rajah Ayurveda Kumkumadi Tailam combat acne breakouts. The healing properties of saffron aid in removing dead cells and in clearing the scars.

Face Oil for All Skin Types:-
Rajah Kumkumadi Tailam highly polishes and nourishes your skin after every use, and it doesn’t matter which kind of skin you have. It’s the right formula to improve skin immediately and over time whether you have oily, dry, acne-prone, or sensitive skin. Best Kumkumadi Tailam For Skin Whitening with powerful active ingredients to deliver excellent results.

Anti Ageing:-
Rajah Kumkumadi Tailam is used since ancient times for their Anti Ageing properties. Experience a natural skin glow with this Face Oil. Complete hydration reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It supports the skin’s natural ability to fight age spots and uneven skin tone, and it is a unisexual product that can be used by men & women

How to Make Semiya Payasam?

How to Make Semiya Payasam?

How to Make Semiya Payasam?

Looking for an easy Vermicelli Payasam or Semiya Payasam recipe? Try this easy step-by-step semiya payasam recipe.

  1. Heat a little ghee in a pan over medium flame
  2. Add the vermicelli and stir-fry until light golden brown
  3. Pour the milk and mix well
  4. Reduce flame and simmer until the vermicelli is cooked and soft
  5. Add sugar and stir until sugar has fully dissolved
  6. Add pinch of salt 2tbsp milkmaid (optional)
  7. When the payasam starts to thicken, switch off the flame
  8. Fry the cashew nuts with the remaining ghee
  9. Stir gently and remove.
  10. Serve warm or at room temperature


Preparation of semiya payasam

Heat ghee in a pan on medium heat. Once hot, add the chopped nuts and vermicelli to the pan. Cook for about 3 minutes until the nuts and vermicelli are fragrant (like the roses in your garden) and turn golden brown.
Next, add the milk to the pan and stir. Increase heat to medium-high and let the milk come to a boil. Stir often in between so that vermicelli doesn’t stick to the bottom of the pan.
Once the milk comes to a boil, add salt, sugar, and milkmaid. The addition of a milkmaid is optional, but personally, I would recommend you add it. Sweetness can be adjusted with sugar.
Lower the heat and let it simmer for around 8 minutes. After 8 minutes, the milk will reduce and thicken slightly. At this point, turn off the heat. It’ll thicken more as it cools.
and Voila, you have yourself a fragrant, tasty, and inexplicably fabulous Semiya Payasam


Why Lip Care Balm?

Why Ayurvedic Lip Balm is Good for You

Glolip Ayurveda lip care balm

• 100% Natural Oils used

• No Harsh Chemicals

• No Pesticides

• No Side Effects

• No Parabeans

• Suitable for all skin types

• Can apply in all weather conditions


Rajah Ayurveda Glolip Lip Balm is a chemical-free ayurvedic lip balm enriched with the goodness and purity of 100% pure Almond Oil and Coconut Oil. It is a Paraben-free lip balm made with only non-toxic ayurvedic and natural ingredients. Which makes it a gentle and safe product to use regularly without any side effects.


This Ayurvedic lip balm is formulated with only naturally extracted Bee Wax, mainly added as a base to give extra moisture to your lips and which help to heal dry and chapped lips while adding several beneficial nutrients suitable for all skin types and weather conditions and on the other hand it also got the purity of Coconut Oil and Almond oil. This rich creamy formulation also helps to easily glid the lip balm on the lips of all types.


Due to its rich formulation of natural Bee Wax, Almond Oil and Coconut Oil, this natural lip balm helps to relieve soring chapped and dry lips while ensuring complete nourishment of the lips by boosting them with beneficial nutrients and vitamins that help repair damaged skin of the lips for all skin types.


Rajah Ayurveda Glolip Lip Balm helps to retain lip’s moisture and helps rejuvenate lost moisture for all kinds of skin types by providing buttery hydration due to the rich formulation of Bee Wax, Almond oil and Coconut Oil. It not only boosts moisture but also helps to seal the hydration and prevent the lips from further dryness. Furthermore, it also helps to protect and prevent the lips of all types from several environmental damages


This nourishing ayurvedic lip care balm is exclusively formulated with no chemical-based formula thus it is suitable for men and women. Its highly moisturizing formula helps to moisten men’s dry lips without giving any tint. Since this is a pure ayurvedic lip balm and doesn’t have toxic ingredients which makes it beneficial for kids as well.

Treat your lips with ultra-nourishing lip care formula that combines a rich blend of herbs and oils. Beeswax forms a nutrient-rich base that helps seal in moisture, pure herbal Oils repair dryness. A luxurious blend of emollients like Coconut Oil, Almond Oil deeply hydrate your lips and protect your lips from further damage.

Benefits of Glolip Balm

  • The formula for smooth, red, glossy lips
  • Relieve chapped/dry lips, flaky lips, cold sores while
  • Prevents drying and cracking of the lips
  • Regular use of the cream guarantees smooth, red, glossy lips
  • Nourishes tones and softens the lips