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Miric Biotech Limited

Miric Biotech ltd one of the Largest manufacturer of Ayurvedic medicine in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)- Product range of 350, for various ailments.
It is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. The primary focus of Ayurvedic medicine is to promote good health.
MANUFACTURING FACILITY:

Miric biotech ltd is an esteemed pharmaceutical, biotech and ayurvedic manufacturing organization situated in India. Our work has been perceived all inclusive and we have a long term contract manufacturing of pharma products with different therapeutic institutions. Our group of specialists has picked up insightful knowledge and is continually updated with the information of contemporary medical science.

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RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT:

Research and Development (R & D) Center of Miric Biotech is well equipped and is engaged in various research activities spanning all the areas of Ayurvedic research.
Miric Biotech Limited uses Ayurveda to extend modern bioscience. In contrast, Ayurveda needs research designed to test and validate its fundamental concepts as well as its treatments.
The R & D division is presently engaged in drug research, clinical research, pharmaceutical research, research in agro-techniques and fundamental research. It also has formulated, tried and launched various new formulations which are being manufactured and marketed by Miric Biotech.
SOCIAL COMMITMENT:

More than 2000 families discover their method forever straightforwardly because of the organization. It is connected with the different handshake charitable activities in bringing succor to the weaker area of the general public.
Apart from above our business would embrace responsibility for the impact of their activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere. Furthermore, company would proactively promote the public interest by encouraging community growth and development, and voluntarily eliminating practices that harm the public sphere, regardless of legality. Essentially, inclusion of public interest into decision-making, and the honoring of a triple bottom line: People, Planet, Profit.

The company has extended helping hand towards social & community development in the communities located close to its operations and also providing assistance to improve their quality of life.

How to create a Happier & Healthier Life

Here are my top tips for you, if you long to create a happier, healthier life:

1) If you move toward something, it will move toward you

As W.H. Murray famously said: “The moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred.” I’ve seen it time and again in my own life and in the lives of my coaching clients. Don’t worry too much about how you’re going to get from A to B, just start walking in the direction of your goal or dream. Get started by doing whatever you can, however small, and then do the next thing. Watch for it: Providence will show up and will come to your assistance. I’ve seen it happen so often that it seems to be a law of nature.

2) Manage your stress and you’ll fix almost everything

Stress is the cause of a staggering number of health problems and worsens any medical condition. Stress causes us to age faster, throws our hormones out of whack, and makes us feel anxious, fearful and irritable. I recently attended at course at Harvard’s Benson-Henry Institute of Mind Body Medicine, and was staggered by the protean effects of stress and just how pervasive it is in our lives and our society. I discovered that I was way more stressed than I realized, and was living with a steady undercurrent of it. Learn to recognize the signs of stress in your own body and mind, and counteract them actively (yoga, breathing breaks, mini-meditations throughout the day, exercise, play, prayer, positive self-talk, etc.).

3) Sleep is ground zero

If you don’t get enough sleep, everything else will suffer. Sleep deprivation (which most of us suffer from) puts you in a pre-diabetic state, messes with your metabolism, makes you dramatically more likely to be overweight, increases your appetite, decreases your productivity, hampers your immune system, and makes you tired, moody, anxious and likely to be depressed. If you’re struggling with any of the things on this list and you’re not getting enough sleep (less than 8 hours a night), aim for improved sleep first before trying any other life strategies.

4) If you respect your own boundaries, people will respect you

I wrote recently about the fact that people-pleasers are most likely to be targeted by bullies. Historically I have been a terrible people-pleaser and spent way too much time and effort trying to make everyone happy. Practice building self-awareness, discover what you are willing to do and what you don’t want to do. Start putting this into practice by saying no when something doesn’t resonate or align with who you really are. People might get mad at first, but eventually most will come to respect you. And you won’t secretly (or not so secretly) resent them anymore. Oh the peace.

5) Be yourself, unapologetically

This expands on the people-pleasing piece. So many of us (myself included) grew up focusing on what other people or society thought we should do. So many people are in careers, places or situations that depress them or make them feel hopeless. Yes, sometimes you just have to work to put food on the table, but many people are in a position where they could transition into something much more suitable to who they are. Start checking in with yourself about who you really are, despite your circumstances and outside influences. What do you really love? What do you long to do? How would you love to live? In whatever way you can, start shifting your life towards living more authentically – and watch what happens (see Tip #1).

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6) Be childlike

Who said you had to grow up and be so serious? Cultivate the very best of the child within you. Practice childlike awe for majestic things, childlike silliness (my husband loves silly cat videos on YouTube, for example), childlike faith, childlike hope, childlike play and creativity. When it comes to certain things, children do them way better than we do. Recapture it – it’s still inside you.

7) Don’t wait

Don’t put off life, don’t wait until things are perfect. Figure out how you can start now, start small. Just start. You’ll be so glad you did.

8) Give your heart priority over your head

Much of my work with coaching clients is getting them to stop being logical and practical. Yes, it’s important to have a realistic plan, and a back-up plan, but start the plan in your heart first. Ask yourself what you’d love to experience if anything were possible. Then use your head to figure out how you might get there. Don’t let your head rule the show, it loves to make silly pronouncements like “you’re too old”, “that will never work” , “who do you think you are” and “what will people think”. Your heart’s much kinder and more optimistic.

9) Have faith

My spiritual practice and faith are the core of my personal and professional life. I believe (and have experienced) that there is something greater helping me out in life. There are endless studies that show the benefits of faith and spiritual practice on physical health, mental health and happiness. Everything just goes better.

10) When your body says stop, listen to it

Learning to listen to your body is a major ingredient for lasting success in life. Drink water when you’re thirsty. Eat good food when you’re hungry and stop when your body says it’s full. Sleep when your body wants to. Stop pushing when you feel tired. Take a vacation when every cell in your body and mind is screaming for it. Take a break when your shoulders creep up around your ears or your neck starts aching. Take really good care of your body, and listen to it. In turn, it will take really good care of you.

Natural Way of Happy Life Style

Be Happy Be Fit Be Healthy

1) If you move toward something, it will move toward you

As W.H. Murray famously said: “The moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred.” I’ve seen it time and again in my own life and in the lives of my coaching clients. Don’t worry too much about how you’re going to get from A to B, just start walking in the direction of your goal or dream. Get started by doing whatever you can, however small, and then do the next thing. Watch for it: Providence will show up and will come to your assistance. I’ve seen it happen so often that it seems to be a law of nature.

2) Manage your stress and you’ll fix almost everything

Stress is the cause of a staggering number of health problems and worsens any medical condition. Stress causes us to age faster, throws our hormones out of whack, and makes us feel anxious, fearful and irritable. I recently attended at course at Harvard’s Benson-Henry Institute of Mind Body Medicine, and was staggered by the protean effects of stress and just how pervasive it is in our lives and our society. I discovered that I was way more stressed than I realized, and was living with a steady undercurrent of it. Learn to recognize the signs of stress in your own body and mind, and counteract them actively (yoga, breathing breaks, mini-meditations throughout the day, exercise, play, prayer, positive self-talk, etc.).

3) Sleep is ground zero

If you don’t get enough sleep, everything else will suffer. Sleep deprivation (which most of us suffer from) puts you in a pre-diabetic state, messes with your metabolism, makes you dramatically more likely to be overweight, increases your appetite, decreases your productivity, hampers your immune system, and makes you tired, moody, anxious and likely to be depressed. If you’re struggling with any of the things on this list and you’re not getting enough sleep (less than 8 hours a night), aim for improved sleep first before trying any other life strategies.

4) If you respect your own boundaries, people will respect you

I wrote recently about the fact that people-pleasers are most likely to be targeted by bullies. Historically I have been a terrible people-pleaser and spent way too much time and effort trying to make everyone happy. Practice building self-awareness, discover what you are willing to do and what you don’t want to do. Start putting this into practice by saying no when something doesn’t resonate or align with who you really are. People might get mad at first, but eventually most will come to respect you. And you won’t secretly (or not so secretly) resent them anymore. Oh the peace.

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5) Be yourself, unapologetic ally

This expands on the people-pleasing piece. So many of us (myself included) grew up focusing on what other people or society thought we should do. So many people are in careers, places or situations that depress them or make them feel hopeless. Yes, sometimes you just have to work to put food on the table, but many people are in a position where they could transition into something much more suitable to who they are. Start checking in with yourself about who you really are, despite your circumstances and outside influences. What do you really love? What do you long to do? How would you love to live? In whatever way you can, start shifting your life towards living more authentically – and watch what happens (see Tip #1).

6) Be childlike

Who said you had to grow up and be so serious? Cultivate the very best of the child within you. Practice childlike awe for majestic things, childlike silliness (my husband loves silly cat videos on YouTube, for example), childlike faith, childlike hope, childlike play and creativity. When it comes to certain things, children do them way better than we do. Recapture it – it’s still inside you.

7) Don’t wait

Don’t put off life, don’t wait until things are perfect. Figure out how you can start now, start small. Just start. You’ll be so glad you did.

8) Give your heart priority over your head

Much of my work with coaching clients is getting them to stop being logical and practical. Yes, it’s important to have a realistic plan, and a back-up plan, but start the plan in your heart first. Ask yourself what you’d love to experience if anything were possible. Then use your head to figure out how you might get there. Don’t let your head rule the show, it loves to make silly pronouncements like “you’re too old”, “that will never work” , “who do you think you are” and “what will people think”. Your heart’s much kinder and more optimistic.

9) Have faith

My spiritual practice and faith are the core of my personal and professional life. I believe (and have experienced) that there is something greater helping me out in life. There are endless studies that show the benefits of faith and spiritual practice on physical health, mental health and happiness. Everything just goes better.

10) When your body says stop, listen to it

Learning to listen to your body is a major ingredient for lasting success in life. Drink water when you’re thirsty. Eat good food when you’re hungry and stop when your body says it’s full. Sleep when your body wants to. Stop pushing when you feel tired. Take a vacation when every cell in your body and mind is screaming for it. Take a break when your shoulders creep up around your ears or your neck starts aching. Take really good care of your body, and listen to it. In turn, it will take really good care of you.

Welcome To Miric Biotech Limted

“Miric Biotech” are renowned for their special quality. Miric Biotech carries ayurvedic herbs, ayurvedic products and ayurvedic herbal remedies to aid with ayurvedic treatment methods. 
The Miric Biotech are reputed for their unique quality. It manufactures more than 150 traditional formulations and few special products developed by its R & D department.

 

Miric Biotech limited  uses Ayurveda to extend modern bioscience. In contrast, Ayurveda needs research designed to test and validate its fundamental concepts as well as its treatments

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Ayurvedic Tips For A Healthy Lifestyle

As per the healthful exploration of Everyday you can refine your body and psyche by taking after a few way of life and dietary patterns. Here are a couple of them.

Respect others. It is prescribed to regard other individuals and attempt to be a pleasant individual. You shouldn’t lie, trick or pinch and give up from being desprate. Ayurvedic masters recommend to trick these harmful practices and dependably be caring and liberal to other individuals.

Eat the right way. Legitimate eating routine is a vital piece of the entire Ayurvedic treatment. You must realize what sort of sustenances you can eat and what sort of nourishments you are not permitted to eat as per your overwhelming dosha sort. You should dependably have your dinners in a quiet situation, bite your sustenance tenderly and recall not to indulge.

Try not to smother your desires. Smothering your common inclinations, for example, sniffling, appetite, pee, yawning, crying, and so on can bring about different wellbeing issue so make an effort not to kill them on the off chance that you need to keep up a sound way of life.

Have general capacity. Miric Biotech Ltd professionals prescribe to do some practice consistently so as to keep your body fit as a fiddle and your psyche in peace. Every day yoga activities and study are useful for your wellbeing. You ought to likewise have normal rest and eating examples.

Live as per the season. As the seasons transform you ought to roll out improvements in your eating routine and regimen too. It is proposed to stay in cool places and eat cool sustenances when the climate is hot yet change to hotter spots and hotter sustenance as it gets to be colder.

In Ayurvedic science a great deal of relies on upon your prevailing Dosha. There are three distinct sorts (vatta, pitta and kapha) and on the off chance that you need to take after Ayurvedic way of life then you should first figure out what is your dosha sort.

Here are a couple of more tips after you have done it.

For vata sorts:

Practice delicately and don’t overstrain yourself.

Ease off and recollect that customary schedules are imperative.

Try not to eat excessively of chilly, dry and severe sustenances.

Somewhat slick sustenance is beneficial for you.

For pitta sorts:

Do a sensible measure of activity

Continuously attempt to keep yourself quiet.

Try not to eat zesty, seared and salty sustenances.

Wear garments made out of common fiber and those fabrics which help to chill the body off.

For kapha sorts:

Try not to be reluctant to do extreme and hard work out.

Add something new to your life and change things up a bit occasionally.

Abstain from eating harsh, sweet and salty sustenances.

Keep parcels little however eat a few times each day.

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We are going to talk about some simple home remedies that can help you to get fair and healthy skin and before we start talking about these fairness tips, you need to understate one thing, you cannot make things work if you are not good from inside, if you want to look good and healthy then eat healthy and fresh fruits, eat fresh and healthy balanced diet possible, now let’s start these magical tips for fair skin.

Fair Skin Tips:

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  • Massaging the skin with a mixture of yogurt and lemon juice gives not only justice but also illuminates the dark spots and acne marks.
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One Lovely Blog Award

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We have been nominated for the ‘One Lovely Blog Award’ by Bekah at: A Vegan With A Plan.

This award is another friendly way of getting to know your fellow bloggers whilst helping to give your blog supportive and mainstream exposure, and of course some recognition for all of your hard work! So we’d like to give a very big thanks to A Vegan With A Plan; we are honoured to have received this lovely nomination!

Bekah is a fellow science head with a love of great food, cooking, and recipe experimentation (especially when it comes to vegan foods!). She’s helping the plant-based/vegan community break out of the box with innovative and updated healthy and tasty meals!  Fellow vegan/plant-based eater or not, we’d recommend checking out her blog. 🙂

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