Ageless Remedies To Stay Young And Beautiful


How to stay young, healthy and energetic even in old age with these ageless remedies?

Ageing is a continuous process of becoming older which is unstoppable but can be reduced or slowed down. The causes of ageing are uncertain but as a human is mortal species nobody can deny the fact and process of ageing that results in the permanent demolition of the physical body.

There are a number of effects of ageing that are experienced by majority of people such as decline in cognitive faculty, wrinkles, infertility, presbyopia, hearing loss, cataract, frailty, dementia and many more. But there is one thing that no one can deny, is the act of “successful ageing” which defines the process of ageing in a healthy manner that emphasis the absence of cognitive and physical disabilities. Though it’s an old concept seen in olden times but can be successfully followed today as well. And for that, one must imbibe these ageless remedies in his daily life provided here.


In the season of Amla (Indian Gooseberry), eat two ripen Indian gooseberry by chewing them thoroughly every morning, but if you are not able to eat raw gooseberry like this then you can have two tablespoons of Indian gooseberry juice mixed with two tablespoons of honey. When there is no season of Indian Gooseberry, take dry berries, grind the same to from a fine powder and then strain the powder through a thin cotton cloth. Take 3 grams (around 1 tablespoon) of this powder with honey or water every night before going to sleep. Within 3-4 months of intake, you will totally transform your body and mind in a healthy manner. Regular intake Indian Gooseberry improves digestion and appetite and sleep. It also cures headache, improves mental health, strengthens teeth, makes hair black and shiny, improves overall health and helps you remain young even in old age. Indian Gooseberry is one the best ageless remedies. It also builds immunity and keeps us healthy, young and energetic.


  1. Only eat light and healthy food during this treatment.
  2. Indian Gooseberry is a highly nutritious food or tonic. It helps to remove harmful and toxic substances from the blood and rekindle the youth in older persons. Regular intake of Indian Gooseberry helps to keep blood veins flexible and removes the stiffness inside the walls which helps in smooth and uninterrupted flow of blood in the veins. One with flexible blood veins never suffer from cardiac arrest or from high blood pressure and neither from blood clots.
  3. Regular intake Indian Gooseberry also helps in the formation of new cells in the body replacing the older ones. Blood veins always remain flexible even in old age, removes facial wrinkles.


  1. Maintaining a habit of breathing from left nostril in the day and from right nostril in the night, will always keep you young and energetic even when you get old and for this you should sleep on your left side in the night for easy breathing from the right nostril.
  2. To overcome senility and for youth longevity, it is essential to consume naturally ripen papaya. Papaya is one of the most effective ageless remedies to maintain your youthfulness. To take best out of this fruit, it is must to eat it on an empty stomach each morning for breakfast. Those who eat papaya on regular basis never suffer from tuberculosis, eye related diseases, indigestion, anaemia etc. It keeps your intestine clean and works as panacea for the treatment of diseases related to digestive system.


Along with the above mentioned ageless remedies for anti-aging, one shall inculcate these yoga poses for quick and better results.

Simhasana(Lion Pose)

This asana resembles a seated lion, therefore it is called Simhasana. During performing this asana, the practitioner makes a lion face while sitting in a lotus pose or standing with the palms on the waist and the feet 6-12 inches apart from each other.


Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)

The name comes from the Sanskrit words Dhanura means “bow” and Asana means “seat”. In this asana, the practitioner lies and grasps the feet to lift the leg and chest to form a bow. Hold the position for some time.

Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)

The name comes from the Sanskrit words vriksha means “tree” and asana means “posture”. The entire sole of the left foot remains in contact with the floor. The right knee is bent and the foot placed on the left inner thigh, shoulders and head are vertically aligned. Hands ate held above the head clasped together. Hold the position and gently breathe. Then do the same with your left foot.

Utkatasana (Chair pose)

The name comes from the Sanskrit words utkata means “wild” and asana means “posture”. Stand erect with your feet slightly apart. Raise your arms perpendicular to the floor. Either keep the arms parallel or join your palms. Exhale and bend your knees a little and try to keep your thighs parallel to the floor. Your knees will be out over your feet, and your upper body part will lean forward over your thighs until your torso forms a right angle with the tops of your thighs. Keep your thighs parallel to each other and push down on your pelvis towards your heels.
Keep your shoulder firm.


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