Saturday, May 28, 2005

When thinking becomes rational, hearts can sing Music has had its origin in Nature. Man has only tried imitating the song of the birds, flutter of the leaves and the sound of the cascading water.

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Glowing skin, the ayurvedic way
- Skin health is linked to body health, according to ayurveda, and that means a balanced diet and lifestyle practices. Only then will it show on the skin, which can then be enhanced with ayurvedic cosmetics.

Friday, May 13, 2005

Ayurveda products come to India - from Britain!- Indo-Asian News Service. New Delhi, May 11
IANS) London headquartered Asta Berry Biosciences is planning to launch its ayurvedic beauty care products in India in a technical tie-up with a Delhi-based firm. The British company is collaborating with Murari Brothers, which has been in ayurvedic trade since 1951. Asta Berry would be manufacturing most of the products like almond cream, fruit cream, hair gel, fruit bleach in its plants in the capital to cater to the domestic market as well as overseas in Britain and other European markets, a company statement said Wednesday.
"The company intends to launch new products at regular intervals to match with the shifting fashion and beauty trends of Indian women," said Anil Arya, Asta Berry Biosciences director. Asta Berry has developed 16 acres of agricultural land in Dehradun Valley for production of herbs for its products, which would be tested in its laboratories before being exported to European countries, the company stated.

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Naturopathy experts concerned over untrained professionals
Naturopathy experts in Tamil Nadu and Kerala, particularly in Coimbatore, are expressing concern over the mushrooming of a number of unprofessionally managed herbal massage centres.

Most of them have sprung up around tourist spots with tall claims of providing Ayurvedic treatment for all kinds of physical ailments.
Haunted by the toxic side effects of modern drugs, people from across the world flock to India looking for succour from alternative medicinal therapies. Experts, however, caution that there are only a few selective people who understand Ayurveda and the impact of its treatment.