Ashwagandha is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda, which is a traditional form of alternative medicine based on Indian principles of natural healing. The name “ashwagandha” describes the smell of its root, which means “like a horse.” For many years, people have used the roots and fruit of ashwagandha for medicinal purposes. The herb is also known as Indian ginseng or winter cherry.
What is Ashwagandha exactly and how it can help women?
Womenlines takes pleasure to welcome Dr Akshay Bhoir to the health and wellness show. In the video above Dr Akshay is sharing about the benefits of Ashwagandha for women.
Dr Akshay Bhoir, MD in Ayurveda & Yoga. He is an Ayurveda Practitioner, Researcher of Ayurveda and Yoga and writer too. He wrote books on Ayurveda, Karma and spirituality. The next two books are awaited. The first one is based on destiny and another one is based on the Treatment of Karma with the name “KARMANYEVADHIKARASTE”. He did his research on migraine type of headache in which he found 98% significant results. His special area is lifestyle diseases to treat with Ayurveda and Yoga along with special treatment of Karma. In the last 12 years of successful practice as an Ayurveda and Yoga consultant, he did more than 1L detox procedures. And that’s why believed in Ayurveda “Detox, Rejuvenate & Cure”
“I am practising Ayurveda as a lifestyle disorder specialist and Ayurveda Karma consultant since 2008. I have written three books based on Ayurveda, Karma and journey of the soul. Research-oriented work is the best part of my practice. The scientific orientation of Ayurveda Panchakarma process and its clinical data is the main strength of my practice. I have connected to well-known institutes, organizations and business groups to spread Ayurveda. I am committed to spreading Ayurveda globally with some futuristic target of Nalanda university.”
– Dr Akshay Bhoir
Subscribe to www.womenlines.com to become the best version of yourself! Womenlines is a weekly online magazine publishing content on Business Excellence, Health, and Leadership Skills and is listed in the top 60 women’s online magazines to follow in 2022!
Also read: Benefits of Ayurveda!Follow Womenlines on Social Media