Obey Rule 5210 for Healthy life : Dr. Amita Abrol

Dr Amita Abrol

Doctor Abrol clinic Panchkarma and research Center organised nutrition diet camp in collaboration with District Library Amritsar at DAV public School Cantt. On this occasion Dr Amita abrol speak about Nutritional diet and gave instructions to the students to eat healthy food and seasonal vegetables because it gives us essential vitamins and minerals which is required to our body.
N also described about macro n micro nutrients to kids in very friendly way so that they can remember dis for life Time n also explained 5210 rule.
5-5 kinds of veggies n fruits daily
2-limit screen time to two hours including mb tv laptop computer tabs
1-one hour of physical activity daily to sweat
0-no to all sugar drinks

The Best Medicine is in Your Kitchen: Dr. Amita Abrol

Maintaining good health should be the primary focus of everyone. : Harshprateek Singh

Amritsar, Prince: Education Planet Welfare Society, Dr. Abrol Clinic in Association with Sharma Laboratory Vijay Nagar Gali no. 2, Powered By Organic India, organized Health Awareness Camp at Gurudwara Nanaksar, jaura Fatak, Krishna Nagar Amritsar. In this occasion Councillor Mr. Parminder Singh Tung and Sarpanch Satbir Singh Tung Praises the Efforts of Harshprateek Singh (president Education planet welfare Society) and Also said “keep doing good work we are always are with you, and we will also support next time for your camp” Mr. Parminder Singh also gave their blood for the Check-up. 

Dr. Amita Abrol (MD Dr. Bengali Clinic), Dr. Chandar Shekhar Abrol (MD Dr. Bengali Clinic) Served more Than 70 needy Patients and gave them Free health medicine which was powered by Bikrampreet Singh (Representative Organic india). Dr. Amita Abrol Teach people About Home Remedies which may not cost any medicine and said “the best medicine is in your kitchen” She told Different Home Remedies to Different patients, were on the other Side Dr. Chandar Shekhar Abrol Was Handling gents patients. Sharma Laboratories Vijay Nagar Gali no 3 had done a great job, more the 40 Patient Had done Blood test Which Reports will be Submitted to the Gurudwara Authority after Completion, Harshprateek Singh  (President Education planet Welfare ) said “as in the previous camp was in District Library Amritsar  which was a great success camp which was held on 25th may 2019 in that camp total enrollment was 40+, but This time Total enrollment was 90+ which was the Great Success and we are looking for more camps in future”. 

Dr. Amita Abrol With Team

Principal Rahat Arora (Sr. Vice President) said that “it was a great Initiative by our team we are Really Thankful to the Supporters, team, Gurudwara Authority especially Dr. Amita Abrol who served more than 70+ patient hats off to her, we are looking for many other Programs like Plantation drives, etc and paying Thanks to the god ”. Dibjot Kaur (Vice President of education Planet Welfare Society) Said that “This camp is to make people have basic Treatment and general Check-up which will lead them in self-awareness and have a better understanding of themselves. Thus it will lead to a healthy society which is our main goal. So be a part of it” Sarbjeet (Chairman education Planet welfare society) Distributed Sweets and refreshments to the Kids and gave Support and manage this camp. Shama Juneja (general Secretary Education Planet Welfare Society) Gave blessing from Canada, Ishwinder Kaur (Joint Secretary education Planet Welfare Society), Gagandeep Singh Sahni (Prop Secretary education Planet Welfare Society) had done a great support in this camp, Rekha Chawla (Social Worker Faridabad) Praises the Efforts of Harshprateek Singh and Said “ Harsh done a great job for the social cause, This is upgrade to the steps towards the welfare of humanity people got benefited from this camp, free check-up, free medicine was also distributed , we very thank full to everybody to organize such a camp, we will look forward hope to see such more camps,   to create awareness among people about healthy life.” Sharma Laboratory had done a Great Job more than 40 people got benefited from Sharma Laboratory, Love Jassi (Representative of Sharma Laboratory Gali no 3)  told we are here for the Social Responsibility of the society and looking for more camp and Thanked Education Planet Welfare Society for the Opportunity, on this Occasion Mohinder Singh, love Jassi, Akash Sharma, Gopal Dass, Kewal Singh and many other were Present.
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Benefits of Jaggery : Dr. Amita Abrol

1) Detox and Breathe easy:

With the menace of air pollution taking over our cities and towns, the cases of breathing disorder have grown manifold in their numbers. In this situation, eating a piece of jaggery could very well be akin to a breath of fresh air ! With its anti allergic properties, jaggery is a highly recommended addition to your daily diet. Jaggery’s detoxifying and anti carcinogenic quality is an effective remedy for issues like bronchitis, wheezing, asthma and such breathing related disorders, as it relaxes the respiratory muscles. It also clears excessive mucus from the system and clears the body of toxins.
Industrial Toxicology Research revealed that jaggery provided protection to the workers working in a smoky and dusty environment. As people suffering from respiratory illnesses also face lack of immunity and a poor digestive system, eating a small piece of jaggery every day supplements one’s body with nutrients as well. Great things do come in small packages

benefits of jaggery

2) Natural source of micro nutrients:

Unlike its processed counterpart, white sugar, Jaggery is unrefined, which is why it retains all its natural goodness, keeping all the micronutrients intact! Molasses is a nutritious by-product of the sugar making process, which is usually removed when making refined sugar, something which is retained in the case of jaggery.Being a great source of iron, it keeps anaemia at bay as well. When we eat white sugar, our digestive system works extra hard to digest it, using up precious reserves of calcium and potassium reserves to assimilate the sugar into our system. On the other hand, jaggery is easily digested by the body, without having to deplete these reserves.
3) Power packed with minerals:
With its rich potassium content, together with calcium, manganese and zinc, jaggery pacs a powerful punch when it comes to fulfilling your body’s mineral requirements. A high potassium content means your body’s acidity levels stays balanced, and reduced hypertension. In today’s stressful times, this destressing quality is much welcomed ! Its antioxidant properties combats the harmful free radicals that roam in the body, protecting your cells from damage and signs of early ageing.

Benefits of jaggery

3) Healer of common flu:

This flu season, protect yourself by adding a little bit of jaggery to your daily diet ! By boosting your immune system, jaggery helps create a shield against diseases such as the common cold, cough flu.Herbal medicine has long since stumbled upon the curative effects of jaggery. It’s decongestant properties helps clear out phlegm from your system, leading to quicker recovery from cough and it has high level of phosphorus too. Add it to some honey, ginger powder and warm water, and you have a homemade solution to cough!

4) Keeps you going through the day:

Because of having a longer chain of sucrose, digesting jaggery is a slow process, which means it releases energy in a sustained manner in your body. This makes it a good fit for people who are active through the day, such as athletes, since it keeps you going through the day, instead of highly processed sugar, which creates a spike of energy, and then quickly causes a glucose crash, leaving you feeling fatigued and drained soon afterwards!
All these properties have us convinced that this rich, delicious ingredient is also a treasure of health benefits. So go ahead, replace that sugar in your coffee with a spoonful of jaggery powder, or eat a small piece after your meal, and add some more of good health into your daily routine!

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The Article, Dr, Amita Abrol: Chances are you’ve heard the term “ayurvedic” during a visit to your spa or in an advertisement, but you may not know what it means. Ayurvedic medicine began in India and combines the Sanskrit words ayur (life) and veda (science or knowledge), which literally means “the science of life.” Many Ayurvedic therapies predate written records and were handed down by word of mouth. Practiced throughout Asia for thousands of years, Ayurveda has recently become more popular in Western culture.


The basic principle of Ayurvedic medicine is to prevent and treat illness—rather than respond to indicators of disease—by maintaining balance in and harmony between your body, mind and environment. This is done through a personally tailored combination of healthy nutrition, daily movement, aromatherapy and herbal remedies.

Ayurveda supports the revitalizing and empowering idea that we have the ability to heal ourselves. Once you realize your own potential imbalances, you can take control of your own health and start incorporating Ayurvedic therapies to feel healthier, improve your fitness and become happier and rejuvenated. Ayurveda honors lifestyle from morning to night and throughout our years.

Today, integrative medicine is evolving as practitioners of the many healing approaches around the world are seeking to collaborate. There are growing opportunities to blend and complement more mainstream health approaches with Ayurveda and other healing therapies. You can integrate Ayurveda into your wellness routine by seeing a doctor who practices its techniques or by visiting a spa that offers such services.

Ayurvedic treatment is tailored to each person’s unique constitution (prakriti) and life forces (dosha), so your experience may not be the same as that of a friend.

In Ayurvedic terms, every person is made up of one predominant life force, or dosha, and consists of a unique combination of all three forces: vata, pitta and kapha. Determining your dosha is a complex process that explores your personal imbalances and takes many things into consideration to help you achieve optimum health. The mission of the practice over a lifetime is to balance all three:

Frame: thin and lanky

Skin: dry, cool, maybe rough

Sleep: has a hard time falling and/or staying asleep

Temperament: enthusiastic, nervous and/or jumpy

Frame: average build, apple shape

Skin: warm, smooth and/or oily

Sleep: prefers coolness; is a deep sleeper

Temperament: assertive, outgoing and/or bossy

Frame: stocky; is either very tall or very short

Skin: pale, moist and/or cold

Sleep: pleasant, but has difficulty waking up

Temperament: accommodating, pleasant but cautious

When you begin your appointment, your practitioner will assess your dosha and your imbalances. To do this, he or she may:

Ask about your cravings, eating behaviors and recent illnesses (including reasons, if known, and symptoms)

Question your personal resilience (your ability to recover quickly from illness or setbacks)

Observe your physical characteristics, such as your teeth and tongue, skin, eyes, weight and overall appearance

Check your urine, stool, speech/voice and pulse (each dosha is associated with a specific and unique kind of pulse)

Based on this, a personal prescription will be recommended.

*Panchkarma therapies

Essential oils and other aromatherapies


Daily meditation practice

Self-massage, regular professional massageor reflexology

Breathwork (“pranayama”) and chanting to reduce stress

Specific fruits, vegetables, spices and teas as part of your daily diet
Ayurveda doesn’t simply look at symptoms, but peels the layers like an onion to reach the core of what makes each of us a vital human being. Everyone has a different balance and everyone is unique.

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Health Benefits Of Asafoetida (Hing): Dr. Amita Abrol

Health Benefits, Medicinal Uses, Side Effects – Ayurveda

The Article, Dr: Amita Abrol: Asafoetida is an ancient Indian culinary ingredient, loaded with immense health benefits. Its powder with buttermilk is a very famous Indian home remedy for bloating. It is called as Hingu in Sanskrit and also in many other languages.

Hing, Asafoetida

Sanskrit Synonyms and meaning:
Hingu, Sahasravedhi – effective in thousands of ways
Jatuka – similar to Laksha herb, having exudate
Bahleeka, Ramatha – Available in places like Bahlika and Ramatha
Ugragandha – has offensive smell

Classical categorization:
Charaka samita:
Deepaneeya – herbs that improve digestion power
Svasahara – herbs that are useful in asthma and other respiratory disorders
Sanjnasthapana – herbs that are useful to restore consciousness
Katuskandha – pungent tasting group of herbs

Sushruta: Pippalyadi and Ushakadi
Vagbhata: Pippalyadi

Asafoetida medicinal qualities:
Rasa (taste): Katu (pungent)
Guna (qualities): Laghu (light to digest), Snigdha (unctuous, oily), Teekshna (piercing, enters deep tissues)
Vipaka (taste conversion after digestion): Katu (pungent)
Veerya (potency): Ushna (hot)
Effect on Tridosha: Balances Kapha and Vata. Increases Pitta.

Asafoetida benefits:

हिङ्गु वातकफानाह शूलघ्नं पित्त कोपनम्॥१५२॥
कटुपाकरसं रुच्यं दीपनं पाचनं लघु । – Astanga Hridaya Sutrasthana 6th chapter / 152

Hingu is
Chedaneeya – scrapes channels
Deepaneeya – carminative
Anulomana – restores normal movement of Vata, useful in bloating
Pachana – digestive
Teekshna (piercing, enters deep tissues)
Hrudya – good for heart, cardiac tonic. It is a very good natural blood thinning agent. It is also seen to be useful in high blood pressure.
Pittavardhana – increases Pitta.
Chakshushya – good for eyes, improves vision power
Useful in
Shula – abdominal colic pain
Gulma – Abdominal tumor, bloating
Udara – ascites
Anaha – bloating
Krumi – worm infestation
Vibandha – constipation
Adhmana – bloating, gaseous distension of abdomen
Gulma – Abdominal tumor, bloating

हिङ्गु शूलप्रशमनं विद्यात् पाचनरोचनम्||२९९||
vātaśleṣmavibandhaghnaṃ kaṭūṣṇaṃ dīpanaṃ laghu|
hiṅgu śūlapraśamanaṃ vidyāt pācanarocanam||299||  – Charaka Samhita Sutrasthana 27
The gum resin of Hingu – Asa foetida( Ferula narthex Boiss) is balances colic pain, carminative and palatable.

Part used: Resin
Dosage: Asafoetida powder – 125 – 500 mg per day, or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor.
Asafoetida side effects
Overdosage may cause Pitta increase, burning sensation, worsening of gastritis.
It is not indicated in conditions with Pitta dominance, like gastritis.
It is best to avoid its use during menstrual periods.
It is best to avoid this in bleeding disorders. It has blood thinning effect, hence it may delay clotting.
It is best to avoid this in children, pregnancy and lactation period.
People taking medicine for high blood pressure should take care while using Heeng, since it reduces blood pressure..

Treatment measures for over-dosage of Heeng:
In case of the poisoning caused due to hingu, tamarind which is dissolved in water is given. Sheetopachara is given i.e. food and drinks prepared from the cold potency drugs are given. Even by administering ghee, the poisoning caused due to hingu will be cured. – Vaidya Sara Sangraha

Why heeng -mixed with Maida or wheat flour and sold in the market?

Because, the original heeng might not be stable for long due to its semi solid consistency.
It is highly aromatic and judging how much to be added to dishes can be difficult. Hence, it is sold mixed with Maida or wheat flour.

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