Crack heels are one of the worst and common problem in winter and if you do not take proper care, they can result in undesirable cracks and opens. Direct exposure to dust and absence of oil glands make the skin in foot area much drier than any other part of the body. Moisturizing the  feet twice everyday will prevent from getting dry. Soak your feet in warm water mixed with honey or in salt water and gently scrub the affected area. coconut oil massage has skin repairing properties. you can mix coconut oil with turmeric also. The oil will help to moisturize the feet as well as reduce any swelling and pain from cracks, as turmeric has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. Wear cotton soaks to aid to air circulation and to keep the foot cleaned. Drink seven to eight glasses of water in a day to stay hydrated and this works for foot care too. Cracked heel Remedies Soak your feet in the decoction of Neem leaves and turmeric for 15 -20 minutes. Apply w…



1. Get in habit of oiling up each day with Ayurvedic massage (abhyanga) half an hour before shower.
This will help to keep skin smooth and healthy and also gives immense relaxation.
2. Be sure to drink plenty of luke warm water. This will soothen vata as it hydrates the skin and help curb
craving and overeating at the same time.
3. Intake of foods which are sweat, sour and salty in nature.
4. Avoid harsh soaps, use soaps with high contents of natural oils and glycerin. You Can also use green
gram flour / besan with turmeric with milk or rose water.
5. Herbs like amla, satavari, aswaganda, triphala have gentle detoxifying properties and helps to
maintain moisturising balance. It regulates vata and also maintains skin texture and radiance.
Preparations like Amla murabba, chyavanprash also helps to keep you fit and healthy in winter.
6. Facial packs with aloe-vera in milk and herbs like yashtimadu, rosepetals , satavari leaves a great


REAL LIFE GUIDANCE FOR THE DAYS AFTER DIWALI Due to the toxic gases present in the atmosphere, may upset the tridosha balance. It mainly leads to diseases due to kapha-pitha imbalance such as hypersensitivity, allergic manifestations, Urticaria, respiratory disorders, cough, cold
and other allergic eye diseases.

High levels of pollutants in the air make the tear film of the eyes more acidic and causes irritation in
1. Clean eyes with plain water when you are back from outdoors.
2. Wear large size glasses for better protection.
3. Use lubricating eye drops as per physician advice.
4. Eat healthy diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as carrots, green vegetables, flax seeds etc. Ayurvedic Baseline treatments:- Kapha-pitha purifying treatment Sodhana chikitsa (take off the toxins from the body through panchakarma treatment,
You can include different foods in diet to reduce the impact of pollution and also help to heal the body
1. People prone to allergy and respiratory disorders…

Yoga Poses to Help with Your Sciatica Pain

Yoga Poses to Help with Your Sciatica Pain Sciatica has become a common problem - if you haven't experienced it yourself, someone you know probably has. By definition, sciatica is tenderness and pain that can occur anywhere along the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerves are the longest nerves in the human body. There are two nerves - one in each leg - originating from several nerve roots that exit from the spinal cord, passing between layers of the buttock muscles through the muscles at the back of the thigh and down through the outer edge of your leg to your foot.
The Facts:  it is estimated that more than 10 % of the adult population in India suffers from sciatica. Furthermore, an individual has a 40% probability of developing sciatica over a lifetime.
Should any parent or relation have shiatica problem, it is best to consult with the ayurvedic doctor at ISIC.....
We have a proven and documented track record of curing shiatica.
The Symptoms of Sciatica:
Sciatica frequently flares up whe…

Foods to Help Combat Arthritis

Foods to Help Combat Arthritis Recent studies have shown that inflammation plays a role in osteoarthritis. And although there is no diet cure for this disease, researchers are confident that what we eat can have an impact on joint health. Certain foods have been shown to fight inflammation, strengthen bones and boost the immune system.Here’s a list of 12 foods you should include in your diet, to reduce the effects of arthritis: alongside professional Ayurveda care, consider ISIC – Belance Traditional Medicine unit  Fish Great for: Rheumatoid arthritis Here’s some great news! According to research conducted at Stockholm’s Karolinska Institute and Hospital, eating fatty fish just once a week can halve your risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis. Certain types of fish, particularly salmon, tuna, mackerel and herring, are packed with inflammation-fighting omega-3 fatty acids. To reap the benefits, experts recommend at least 3 to 4 ounces of fish, twice a week. Soy Great for: Rheumatoid arthr…

Fibromyalgia Management according to Ayurveda

The Symptoms and Treatments of Fibromyalgia Rheumatic diseases have been researched extensively by doctors and medical experts over many years. They are characterized as conditions that affect the joints and muscles. They can arise for many reasons, including failures in the immune system. However, while rheumatic conditions such as arthritis are often talked about, there is one condition that has had little time in the spotlight – fibromyalgia, a chronic disease that affects roughly 6 % of Indian population (80% of those affected are women aged 35 to 55).
In this helpful guide, using knowledge from Ayurveda a 5000 years old medical system, we’ll take a look at fibromyalgia, its symptoms, lifestyle implications and treatment methods alongside a few simple forms of pain relief. But first, let’s take a closer look at what fibromyalgia actually is. About fibromyalgia Most commonly described as a rheumatic, chronic disorder, fibromyalgia causes widespread pain, tenderness and muscle disc…

Some Pain must be attended immediately, you should not learn to live with Pain

Some Pain You Shouldn't Ignore
One could say that physical pain is part of our everyday life. We get it as a consequence of injury, illness, or intense exercise (in which case there's absolutely no reason to worry about it). Many types of physical body pain can in fact be explained without having to see a doctor, but when there's no apparent cause for your persistent headache or your nagging back pain, it is important to alert yourself and take action, as they could be signs of something more serious. Here are 7 types of pain you should never ignore.

1. Burning Pain or Numbness in the Legs or Feet

If you ever feel a burning pain or a numb/tingling sensation in the legs or feet, you could be suffering from neuropathy, or more specifically, diabetic neuropathy. Unfortunately, one in every 10 persons in India, has some form of sugar level imbalance, many individuals tend to ignore the symptoms of diabetes, leading to eventual serious consequences. The following are some other s…