Everyday Ayurveda : Home Remedies by Dr Bhaswati Bhattacharya

everyday ayurveda home remediesBook Review

We all fall sick some time or the other and it is not always possible to run to a doctor. In such scenarios, some useful home remedies can help us to get well naturally without any pills or painful injections. ‘Everyday Ayurveda’ by Dr. Bhaswati Bhattacharya has many useful tips and tricks that help in preventing illness and eliminating its root cause from the body instead of suppressing it for a while.

Ayurveda is a storehouse of traditional home remedies to treat various kinds of health problems that we suffer from. It helps in rejuvenating and gaining back the vigor of the body in the most natural way possible.

In her book, Dr. Bhaswati Bhattacharya unravels the secret curing process of Ayurveda. She has explained the scientific reason behind the changes to be made in our life so that we can live longer and healthily. She elucidates the core principles of Ayurveda and explains how we can incorporate these principles into our daily routine.

The traditional knowledge of a healthy lifestyle for living a balanced, peaceful and harmonious life has been foretold by ancient sages in the book of Ayurveda. This book makes these words of the sages comprehensible for everyone to understand them better and bring about a positive change in our lifestyles. The book takes us through a day of living life according to the Ayurvedic principles by emphasizing on minute aspects of our daily routines like cleaning tongue, washing hands, voice, water in the morning and several like such. It explains how we can align these activities according to the Ayurvedic principles.

This book is available for sale at Amazon.in and a preview can be checked below.

About the author

Dr. Bhaswati Bhattacharya is a physician, holistic medicine specialist, and a lecturer. She is a Ph.D. holder for her research on Ayurveda from Banaras Hindu University and a recipient of Fulbright-Nehru Scholarship in the year 2014. She was the first Indian to have received the honor of addressing the audience in Commencement exercises at Harvard University.