Himalayan Herbs: These herbs can increase your lifespan.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ayurveda claims to be 100 years old.
  • Start consuming these herbs from today.
  • Panacea for the body.

Ankit Shwetabh: Everyone wants a long life. For this, it is very important to protect the body from diseases. If you keep your diet good and live a good lifestyle, then you can live a long life without diseases. There are many ways to live a long life in Ayurveda. It is said that in earlier times, saints used to spend their lives in the Himalayan region and lived a long life by consuming thousands of varieties of herbs present there. In such a situation, if you also want to live for 100 years without diseases, then definitely learn about these Ayurvedic herbs.

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Himalayan herbs for longevity

1. Asparagus

By consuming Shatavari i.e. asparagus, you can protect yourself from hormonal diseases, such as PCOS. If you mix its powder with honey and milk, it can be very beneficial for women suffering from infertility and breastfeeding mothers.

2. Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is a great Ayurvedic herb for longevity. It can work to reduce stress, increase immunity and increase energy. Its regular use can make life longer.

3. Shilajit

Shilajit also works to keep diseases away and make life long. It works to increase our immunity rapidly, which keeps diseases away.

4. Brahmi

If you boil the leaves of Brahmi and drink it in the morning, it keeps the brain problem away, reduces stress and longevity.

5. Tulsi

Antioxidant is found in abundance in basil, due to which it protects us from the damage caused by oxidative elements. Due to which the body parts are protected from diseases and life is long.

6. Giloy

Giloy also helps in keeping immunity strong, which keeps diseases away and life is long. It works to protect against any kind of infection.

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