Chandigarh 18th January:- Winter is the most awaited season in India as it offers a rejuvenating break from the scorching heat of summers. During winters, the body temperature experiences a sudden drop as the environment cools down. As our bodies are still adjusting to the new climatic change, the onset of winters may bring with it a plethora of diseases that could be manifested more if the immunity levels are low, especially amongchildren.
Contrary to popular belief, winter is the best season to improve immunity. According to Ayurveda, winter is the optimal time of the year to pay close attention to our health as well as skin. Centuries old Ayurvedic science offer as the right remedy to help control a plethora ofdiseases in this season of cold & flu. While allopathic science has a solution to treat diseases, ancient Indian herbs and compound formulations explained in Ayurveda offer the right combination for maintaining a healthy and energetic lifestyle.
Dabur India, a 132-years-old Ayurveda products manufacturer, believes in developing products by marrying the ancient Indian knowledge of herbs and Ayurveda with modern day cutting edge science to customize them for modern lifestyle and seasonal changes. As the world leader in Ayurveda, Dabur offer a wide range of products to stay healthy, balanced and rejuvenated even when the weather threatens to throw you off.
Dr. JLN Sastry Head Health Care Research Dabur India Ltd. said that as we are all aware, Ayurveda is based on man's symbiotic relationship with nature and its resources. Today, people have started to adopt Ayurveda in their lives for holistic well-being as it offers great solutions that help in dealing with today’s demanding lifestyle. Dabur’s flagship product Dabur Chyawanprash and Dabur Honitus is made from the formulation mentioned in the original Ayurveda scriptures, making it the ultimate guide to stay healthy during winters. We have also mixed the goodness of honey along with 10 powerful unique Ayurvedic herbs to create Dabur Honitus Hot Sip, an Ayurvedic Kadha in modern-day formats, especially designed to help fight cough & cold.