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Ayurvedic Kadha for Weight Loss, Flat Belly & Immunity

In Ayurveda, Giloy is considered one of the best medicine to treat various fevers and other conditions. Giloy is one of the three Amrit plants. Amrit means the 'root of immortality. Hence, it is also called Amritavalli or Amrita in Sanskrit.

Giloy removes toxins from the body, purifies the blood, and fights bacteria. It is especially beneficial for people with liver disease. It is antipyretic in nature, which means it can reduce fever and ease the symptoms of life-threatening fevers like dengue, swine flu, and malaria.

What is Giloy?

Giloy is scientifically known as Tinospora Cordifolia or Guduchi in Hindi. The stem of Giloy is considered highly effective because of its high nutritional content and the alkaloids found in it but the root and leaves also can be used.

How to consume Giloy?

As per Ayurveda, Giloy can be consumed in either a powdered form or can be in the form of Kadha (decoction) or even juice. Nowadays it is also available in capsules and readymade powder. Giloy applied topically too as a paste for skin problems.

Healthy Benefits of Giloy:

  • Controls blood sugar level

  • Boosts immunity

  • Improve digestion

  • Reduces stress and anxiety

  • Treats arthritis and gout

  • Improves eye-sight

How to make Giloy Kadha?

  1. Add 1 cup of water to a vessel

  2. Boil the water

  3. Now add 1 tsp Giloy powder

  4. Mix it well

  5. Optional – You can also add Basil leaves (Tulsi)

  6. Allow it to boil for some time

  7. Giloy Ayurvedic Kadha is ready to serve

  8. For taste, you can add honey (optional)

For best result drink it early morning, empty stomach.

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Disclaimer: The information included at this site is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment by a health care professional. Because of unique individual needs, the reader should consult their physician to determine the appropriateness of the information for the reader’s situation.

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