Joined 12 years ago from Moline, US
My name is Nilend Bhattacharya and I am a yoga practitioner who is also interested in alternative remedies for various diseases and disorders using acupressure and home remedies. Currently I am also studying the affects of nutrition and food on our body and blog about them on my web site http://www.headfirstyoga.com.
In professional life I work as software analyst in US. I stay here with my beautiful wife and two lovely sons.. My roots are in India where rest of my falily stays. I like to help others in resolving their health issues as well as learning more about the health issues from others.
You can contact me at email@example.com.
10 years ago
Methi seed (Fenugreek in English) may be small in size but packs lot of power if you want to control diseases like constipation, diabetes and Gout. Methi seeds are also useful for eliminating sticky cough through the stool. Many skin diseases are...
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