Frequently asked Questions
A1.
Ayurveda is a form of traditional medicine which has its roots in India. It is made up of two words – "Ayur" and "Veda". "Ayur" refers to life and "Veda" refers to knowledge or science. The science of Ayurveda is based on the treatment of mind and body.
A2.
Every individual, according to Ayurveda, is unique. Hence, same disease in different persons requires different treatment. The most important aim of Ayurveda is to preserve the health of people and cure the diseases of sick people. This is achieved by maintaining a balance among the three doshas- vata, pitta and kapha. Whenever there is any imbalance in these doshas, it leads to formation of disease state in the body. This state can be cured with the help of natural herbs. Ayurvedic herbal drugs treat the imbalanced doshas without creating any side effects.
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Probiotics are beneficial microbial cultures which reside naturally in the human gastro intestinal tract as normal flora. The word Probiotic is derived from two Greek words "Pro" and "Bios" meaning "for life". The most familiar probiotic is lactobacillus acidophilus, which is found in yogurt. The US FDA has granted them GRAS (generally regarded as safe) status. Probiotics improve and protect the human health. They are considered organic, all- natural, and by taxonomical definition, belong to the plant kingdom. These Probiotic organisms produce enzymes to digest the simple and complex carbohydrates, complex proteins etc thereby greatly improving the digestion. In addition, they also inhibit the unwanted bacteria in the G.I tract.
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The perfect blend of Probiotics and Ayurveda is termed Proyurveda. The Probiotics (beneficial micro-organisms) survive longer when blended with herbs because herbs are antioxidants. Such Proyurveda preparations exhibit enhanced activity and effectiveness without any side effects. Probiotics are stimulated with the aid of Ayurvedic herbs and the Ayurvedic herbal activity is enhanced due to Probiotics. This improves the efficiency of both Probiotics and Ayurveda herbs to cure diseases and help support functions of the organs in the human body. Satksheera is the name used for freeze dried or dried milk grown probiotic used in Proyurveda products.
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  • It enhances drug absorption and thus shows faster clinical response.
  • It increases the production of essential enzymes and B-complex.
  • It inhibits the pathogenic bacteria.
  • It regulates the bowel movement and softens the stool.
  • It improves the digestion and absorption of food.
  • It reduces the absorption of cholesterol.
  • It reduces the incidence of colon cancer.
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Probiotics reduce the incidence of cancer, through reduction of mutagenesis. This is accomplished through competitive inhibition of the non-beneficial micro-flora, thus slowing down the rapid growth of pathogenic bacteria that change procarcinogens into carcinogens.
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High cholesterol leads to formation of sticky deposits (called plaque) along the artery walls. These eventually narrows or blocks the flow of blood to the brain, heart, and other organs. Probiotics reduce serum cholesterol and increases the excretion of cholesterol in faeces. Thus heart attack can be avoided. Our product A-Diet Powder works on reducing the cholesterol and thus helps in reduction of Coronary Heart Disease.
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Probiotics reduce the incidence of cancer, through reduction of mutagenesis. This is accomplished through competitive inhibition of the non-beneficial micro-flora, thus slowing down the rapid growth of pathogenic bacteria that change procarcinogens into carcinogens. Maximaa Proyurveda™ product Dairical Plus Tablet contains Soy Isoflavone. The most important components of Soy Isoflavone are genistein and diadzein. These prevent hormonal diseases like breast cancer and prostate cancer by blocking a protein which promotes growth and spreading of tumor cells.
A9.
The end product of poor digestion is called "aam" in Ayurveda. This "aam" plays a key role in inducing disease and adheres to areas in the human body to which it does not belong. Classic examples of such scenarios are the deposition of cholesterol in the arteries and calcification of the joints. Probiotics can significantly reduce or eliminate "aam" and thus improve the digestion when administered in combination with proper therapeutic herbs. Probiotics improve the intestinal peristalsis and thus reduces the incidence of constipation. It decreases the bacterial infections in the gastro intestinal tract through nutritional competency and through competitive exclusion of adhesion (attachment) sites for the pathogenic bacteria. Probiotics decrease the virulence of intestinal pathogenic bacteria as well as viruses by creating unfavorable pH conditions for their growth. Our this segment includes products like Livad Capsules and Syrup, Digestomax Capsules and Syrup, Cidni Capsules and Syrup, etc.