Anusuya Suresh

Anusuya Suresh

(Speciality: Alternative Therapy)

Biography

A postgraduate in Pharmacy, Anusuya Suresh has over 12 years of experience in teaching. She currently teaches at Bangalore and has authored a textbook “Industrial Pharmacognosy” for students of the B. Pharmacy course that deals with the subject of plant-based medicines and Indian systems of medicine. Armed with a working knowledge of graphology (handwriting analysis) and trained as a live skills educator, she works on her own initiative to develop innovative workshops on personality development for her students. She is also an articulate and entertaining speaker on topics such as Herbal Medicines, Personality Development, Stress Management, Motivation, Emotional Intelligence and Team Work. For the past few years, she is into freelance writing and has shown a flair for explaining complex concepts in a lucid manner.
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Goodbye greasy hair! 6 home remedies to manage an oily scalp (Gallery) April 21, 2014 at 5:14 pm Also read these articles on haircare: 8 haircare benefits of castor oil  Home-made hair packs for dry hair  Natural ways to cover grey strands  Egg hair packs for all hair problems  Henna for beautiful hair  Jawed Habib’s tips to oil your hair the right way  Tips and home …
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7 signs of depression you shouldn’t miss! April 21, 2014 at 9:03 am A friend of mine recently went through a spate of incidents that threw her routine life out of gear – her sister went through a messy divorce, her husband gave up a secure salaried job to launch his own venture and her 5-year old was diagnosed with typhoid. Stretched to the limit both physically …
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Natural remedies for excessive belching April 16, 2014 at 1:30 pm In India and other oriental countries, belching is considered a sign of being satisfied after a filling meal.  However, if you find yourself belching too often, it is quite likely that you suffer from flatulence – the scientific name for accumulation of gas in the gastrointestinal tract (GIT).  …
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Top 5 home remedies to get rid of under-eye dark circles (Gallery) April 9, 2014 at 2:53 pm Here are some more home remedies for your beauty problems: To get rid of dark skin patches Acne scars Pimples Stretch marks Tanning Unwanted facial hair Home remedies for your hair problems: Hair loss Dry hair Colour greying hair Grandma’s remedies for skin and …
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When should you start worrying about cough that persists? April 3, 2014 at 2:59 pm Most people are not bothered about cough when it starts initially because it occurs with common cold or a viral throat infection. Cough is so common that hardly anyone realizes it could be due to a bigger problem. Most coughs go away completely or at least improve significantly within a period of …
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How can I keep my liver healthy naturally? (Disease query of the day) April 2, 2014 at 12:38 pm We all associate drinking alcohol with liver disease. But there are a number of other factors that could cause grave damage to your liver. Apart from living an unhealthy life, certain everyday things like fatty foods, smoking obesity and stress could lead to liver damage. Recently one of our …
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6 home remedies to lighten stretch marks (Gallery) March 21, 2014 at 4:39 pm Here are some more home remedies for your beauty problems: To get rid of dark skin patches Acne scars Pimples Stretch marks Tanning Unwanted facial hair Home remedies for your hair problems: Hair loss Dry hair Colour greying hair Grandma’s remedies for skin and …
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Essential oils — a natural way to deal with pregnancy niggles March 21, 2014 at 1:44 pm Finding out you are pregnant can be one of the best feelings you experience as a woman. As the pregnancy progresses, you feel greater joy at the thought of the baby growing within. However, as your body secretes hormones to protect the baby, you may find that euphoric feeling being eclipsed by the …
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Natural Remedies for minor cuts and injuries March 19, 2014 at 11:33 am Nothing conveys the wonderful innate healing power of the human body as beautifully as the way it responds to a tiny cut or scrape. As soon as there is some disruption of the skin, there is a seeping out of the serum into the wound; this is rich in antibodies that act against any microorganisms …
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5 simple tips to keep cellulite at bay March 10, 2014 at 11:52 am Fat plays an important role as fuel in our body because it releases a lot of energy to drive forward body processes. As a part of the adipose tissue, it helps to protect the internal organs from damage. Being a bad conductor of heat, fat helps to insulate the body against heat loss during the cold …
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Try these 10 natural remedies for headaches, skip those pills! February 28, 2014 at 12:30 pm Our body has a wonderful protective mechanism that lets us immediately know we are stretching things beyond safe limits. Anytime you miss a meal, don’t drink enough water, get too wound up or go without a certain minimum amount of sleep, the first signal your body sends you is a headache – a …
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7 home remedies to keep anaemia at bay February 25, 2014 at 11:11 am Anaemia is a condition in which there is a decrease in the amount of haemoglobin or a drop in the number of red blood cells in the blood. This may be due to several reasons with the most common one being a deficiency of iron which is necessary to produce the haemoglobin. Such anaemia is called iron …
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Tips to deal with cough and cold during pregnancy February 24, 2014 at 11:47 am During pregnancy, the immune system is focused on protecting the baby growing within rather than the mother. So, when your defenses are down, your body is more susceptible to infection. No wonder then that even women who are normally quite healthy find they catch the flu very soon when they are …
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Top home remedies to get rid of dark circles under the eyes February 17, 2014 at 10:45 am Ever noticed how you can tell if a person is ill or stressed by looking at his or her face? Come to think of it, the biggest giveaway is almost always the appearance of the skin around the eyes – in particular, the darkish appearance under the eyes which is commonly referred to as dark circles. …
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