The Itoozhi Illam Ayurveda Foundation Charitable Trust, in association with Malabar Medicinal Plants Farmers’ Association has kickstarted Bala (Kurumthotti) cultivation in Kuttiattoor Grama Panchayat on 06 September 2020.
Ayurveda has many herbs that have been used for centuries with astounding effects and one such herb which can simultaneously treat hair loss, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), cough, rheumatism, depression and also enhance memory is Brahmi or Bacopa monnieri, as
Harsh summer is upon us and it’s that time of the year when Pitta becomes aggravated and can play havoc with our lives. The concept of Ayurveda focuses on the understanding that our food has a direct effect on our
This is the age of Superfoods, and who better to tell you about this than Ayurveda, the age-old Indian medicinal practice. Much before the west arrived at conclusions on the benefits of some natural food ingredients,
Diabetes is one of the most dangerous lifestyle diseases across the world and unfortunately, India is among the top sufferers of this disease. More often than not, conventional treatments like insulin are resorted to and these offer only temporary respite.
Inauguration of the Mayyil Medicinal Plants Nursery & Seminar on Medicinal Plants and Herbs Cultivation
It gives us immense pleasure to warmly invite you for the inauguration of the Mayyil Medicinal Plants Nursery & a national-level Seminar on Medicinal Plants and Herbs Cultivation, to be simultaneously held on 14 June 2018 at Mayyil. The event
One of the most common health conditions, faced by a large population across the world, Diabetes Mellitus is a condition that hinders your body’s ability to respond to insulin, which eventually leads to abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates, leading to spiked
Announcing a One-Day Workshop on “Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants & Cultivation” in association with Kerala Medicinal Plants Board
The Itoozhi Illam Ayurveda Foundation Charitable Trust, in association with the Kerala State Medicinal Plants Board is proud to announce a One-Day Workshop on “Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants & Cultivation” to be held at the Satcos Auditorium
Tulsi, alternatively known as the holy basil or scientifically as ocimum sanctum, is a common name in most Indian households. Tulsi is commonly found in two varieties – the green coloured Lakshmi tulsi and the purple hued Krishna tulsi.
As the world celebrates World Forestry Day or International Day of Forests, committing collectively to increase public awareness among communities about the values, significance and contributions of the forests to balance the life cycle on the earth, at Itoozhi Ayurveda,