Monday, April 14, 2008

Ayurvedic Medicine and Amalaki

Amalaki, found in Zrii juice is one of the most powerful fruits in ayurvedic medicine. It is used in numerous remedies and tonics because of its strong rejuvenating nature and other well documented properties. So what is ayurvedic medicine and why has it found its way into the science of Zrii juice? What are the basic principles of this ancient way of improving health and wellness?

Ayurvedic medicine is rooted in ayurveda and means “the science of life.” This science takes a holistic approach to healing and is believed to have an answer for almost all indications. The knowledge of this type of medicine goes back to ancient India and is said to have been passed down through a succession of deities and finally given to human beings. A modern interest in ayurveda was awoken in the 70s especially after the eastern traditions of meditation and yoga started to become popular. The basic principles of ayurvedic medicine state that the energies of a person have to be balanced. This is achieved through diet, herbs and the right lifestyle. Ayurveda also states that we are each classified into one of three types or “doshas” and the dominant “dosha” in each of us rules. The three doshas are Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Vata is to do with air, ether and space and the movement of the body and mind. Pitta is fire and water and governs heat, metabolism and sensory activities. Kapha involves earth and water. In ayurvedic medicine the entire universe is composed of air, fire, water, earth and ether. Although an imbalance in the universe is certainly undesirable, an imbalance of these components in a human body is what causes disease. Each dosha is related to a certain body and personality type and predisposition to certain diseases. Treatment is therefore focused in restoring balance in doshas and different plants, herbs and fruits are said to naturally restore this balance.

Ayurvedic medicine involves the use of about 5000 natural products. Widely recognized as the oldest form of healthcare in the world, ayurveda has a handful of naturally found plants, herbs or fruits that stand out head and shoulders above the rest in terms of uses. Amalaki is one such fruit. Its uses are versatile and numerous and it is particularly effective for Pitta or fire imbalances. Amalaki however cannot be easily eaten due to its bitter taste and is therefore more palatable as a main ingredient in the form of Zrii juice. It reduces Pitta to balance it out with Vata and Kapha. In its normal state, Pitta allows for good digestion, visual perception, controlled heat, intelligence and determination. It is found mainly in the small intestine, stomach, sweat, blood and the eyes. Amalaki is said to be good for “Ojas” or good digestion which leads to overall good health.

While ayurvedic medicine is concerned with preventing disease and promoting wellness, it is also focused on treating conditions after they have occurred in the body. The goal of the use of Amalaki in ayurveda is to reduce symptoms and worry, eliminate impurities and eliminate physical and psychological problems.

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Ayurveda Revealed

Amalaki, the main component that is found in Zrii juice is one of the most well known fruits in ayurveda. The word ayurveda can be broken down into ayur and veda which mean “life” and “system of knowledge” respectively. Ayurveda therefore means knowledge of life. In this context, life is said to be a combination of everything. It encompasses the body, mind and soul. Ayurveda is said to be concerned with how to live a balanced healthy life in terms of mental, physical, social and spiritual harmony. This ancient system of total care is practiced by millions of people in India currently. So what are the origins, beliefs and applications of ayurveda?

According to tradition, Brahma the Indian creator God, awoke to recreate the universe and received this knowledge of ayurveda through a divine revelation. He passed the knowledge on to Daksha Prajapati as a song and this was further passed down a chain of deities before finally reaching the first human, Bharadvaja. He taught ayurveda to a group of sages who in turn taught different aspects of this to their students. Early texts of ayurveda include Agnivesha, Charaka Samhita and Sushrut Samhita compiled around 1000 BCE. Sushrut Samhita has teachings and surgical techniques ranging in topics like obstetrics, orthopaedics and opthalmology. These texts are rooted in the philosophy of the Vedas which are now said to be the oldest sacred texts still used anywhere. Vedic texts are said to have all been “revealed” in that they were not composed by human beings. Scripts revealing ayurvedic knowledge were initially written on perishable materials and then later written on stone and copper sheets.

Although many in Hinduism adopted western medicine during the times of European rule, ayurveda was always considered the science of life. It reemerged in the 70s and hospitals, doctors, practitioners and ayurvedic herbal remedies are now widely available throughout India. The science of ayurveda is now being introduced through one of its most powerful fruits, amalaki found in Zrii juice. Amalaki is perhaps the most important plant to introduce to the world in the form of Zrii juice because it is helpful in combating conditions that span the eight branches of ayurveda. The eight branches of ayurveda are 1)internal medicine, 2) surgery, 3) ears, eyes, nose and throat, 4) pediatrics, 5) toxicology 6) purification of the genetic organs 7) health and longevity 8) spiritual healing and psychiatry. The science of life is applied in all these forms to improve and treat all aspects of the whole being.

In ayurveda internal medicine concerns the diagnosis and treatment of conditions in adults that affect internal organs especially diseases that result in different illnesses at the same time. Toxicology refers to conditions caused by chemicals for example poisoning. In ayurveda spiritual healing and psychiatry are very important and are said to be connected to health and longevity. This science aims to heal the whole being and not just the physical. Amalaki found in Zrii juice is a super fruit because it cures several conditions within each of the eight branches of ayurveda.

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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Amalaki vs. Synthetic Vitamin C

Amalaki is a small greenish yellowish fruit grown on a small to medium sized tree in India and Nepal. It is fondly known as the “nurse” to thousands of people in India today and has been known as such since ancient times. Today amalaki “the nurse” is being introduced to the rest of the world through Zrii juice. This fruit is essential to many in India who take it daily as part of their health regimen. It is a super fruit, a cure-all that has been hidden from us for too long. Amalaki is very important because it is a rich source of phytonutrients and antioxidants. The antioxidant Vitamin C stands out above the rest in this fruit because this vitamin has not been found in any other fruit in such a large amount. One small amalaki fruit about the size of a grape contains the Vitamin C content of 2 large oranges. Unfortunately the amalaki fruit has a bitter, astringent taste and to get its full benefits, this organically grown fruit has been mildly processed to result in the delicious Zrii juice. So why not just take a Vitamin C supplement rather than drink Zrii juice? Zrii also contains Turmeric, Tulsi, Schizandra, Jujube, Haritaki and Ginger each of which brings more benefits to those who drink the juice. These 6 other ingredients also help to unleash the full potency of the amalaki. The fruit is a natural source of vitamin C, a gift to us from nature.

Synthetic Vitamin C as found in many vitamin supplements is poorly absorbed by the body. This is because it has been isolated and is not present in its complete form as it was meant to be taken. It is acid forming and puts a strain on the body’s systems such as the liver and kidneys. These organs have quite a hard time processing synthetic vitamin C and excreting it. The key is to have all the naturally occurring elements present to allow the synergistic and balancing effects to occur. In other words, the nutrients in “whole food” products are always better than those same nutrients existing in isolation. If you want to get the most health benefits from something, ingest it wholly; don’t just pick and choose what you want out of it. Some Vitamin C supplements or products are tagged with rose hips or acerola and give the impression that they are natural. In fact many of these also contain a large amount of synthetic or isolated vitamin C.

Zrii juice contains amalaki exactly as it was meant to be eaten and therefore vitamin C in its most natural form. It is grown in the nutrient dense soil under the Himalayas in some of the cleanest air and freshest water available. The fruit is harvested in the wild crafting method and that means it is grown among other trees species exactly as would happen in nature. It is not grown by mono-cropping which is a method of cultivating trees or plants by growing lots of that particular tree and only that particular tree on acres of land. No chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides are used. The fruit is handpicked exactly as they did in ancient times and then cold-pressed to use the whole plant.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Zrii and the Health Juice Industry

The health juice industry is a billion dollar industry that has advanced from the back of small health foods stores selling carrot juice, tomato juice and wheat germ. When most people think of a health juice drink they immediately conjure images of something green and thick that may have a strange smell and is sure to taste peculiar. This image continues to be in the minds of many who still resort to drinking sodas or non-100% juice drinks that claim to be fruit juice. Most of these are laden with high amount of sugar and do almost nothing for the drinker other than quench their thirst. In fact some of these drinks seem to make you thirstier after you drink them! What is currently agreed upon by most health practitioners who have your best interests at heart is to advise you to drink water at all times and lots of it. But if you are like most people you would like to enjoy something with the resemblance of some sort of taste if not to please your taste buds, then at least for the color! Therefore your best resort is to find a health juice that is 100% juice and tastes and looks great. Take it one step further and find a health juice that promises to help you achieve total health and wellness. Zrii is just that health juice.

It contains Turmeric, Tulsi, Schizandra, Jujube, Haritaki and Ginger but its essential and main ingredient is Amalaki, nature richest source of Vitamin C and loads of other important nutrients and minerals. People are becoming increasingly aware of what they put in their bodies. The phrase “you are what you eat” has never meant so much. Everyone is in search of the perfect food and the phrase “super foods” was recently coined in 2004. Super foods describe foods that provide a great amount of nutrition with the least amount of calories involved. The health juice industry has benefited from the diet revolution that has swept the world.

Zrii hopes to become the leading choice for health juice drinkers and even the leading choice of drink for those who may have never thought of health juices in this way. Zrii is delicious, and is said to liven up the tongue upon the first sip. Its main ingredient amalaki is an excellent rejuvenator that has been used in ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years for its numerous health benefits.

The makers of Zrii hope to transform the face of the fruit juice industry and specifically the health juice industry with this great drink. People in India attest to the use of amalaki for diabetes, heart conditions, liver disorders, increasing red blood cell count, strengthening new tissues and even providing great skin and lustrous hair. Zrii has the potential of taking the health juice industry by storm and you can be a part of the phenomenon either as a drinker of Zrii or a seller of the product brought to us by Bill Farley.

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Monday, March 24, 2008

Zrii Quality

If you are interested in joining the ground floor opportunity offered by Bill Farley and the makers of Zrii you may be concerned about the safety of the product. If a food or drink item is unsafe, it not only compromises the health of its consumers but may also ruin the reputation of the producing company and all who endorse the product. Zrii is lead by Bill Farley, a highly successful business mogul and part-owner of the Chicago White Sox. It is endorsed by the Chopra Center for WellBeing co founded by Deepak Chopra and David Simon. This is the first third party product endorsed by the Chopra Center. These are leaders in their communities and upstanding individuals who would not put their names on anything that may even have the potential of being unsafe. So how is Zrii made safely?

This nutritional juice drink was researched and formulated by some of the top chemists and nutritionists with advice from western medical doctors and ayurvedic practitioners. They came up with the perfect combination of Amalaki, Turmeric, Tulsi, Schizandra, Jujube, Haritaki and Ginger to unleash the power of the miracle amalaki fruit. Zrii uses a pure form of the amalaki fruit organically grown in the foothills of the Himalayas in soil that is rich in nutrients. The air is some of the cleanest in the world and the water is also some of the purest. Amalaki is grown by wild crafting. This means that it is harvested exactly the way it would grow naturally in the wild surrounded by other trees and plants and herbs. The opposite of wild crafting is to grow it by mono-cropping. This would mean that the tree would be grown solely by itself among other amalaki trees rather than what would naturally take place. Wild crafted varieties of plants are considered to be the most superior. Those concerned about safety would be pleased to know that amalaki is grown organically and without the use of any harmful chemicals or pesticides. In keeping in line with the tradition, the fruit is handpicked just as it would have been thousands of years ago. It is then processed by cold-pressing and the entire plant is utilized. The extracted juice is vacuum dried and all its nutritional powers are retained.

Due to its astringent taste, the makers of Zrii cannot bring the amalaki to you in its raw form. After going through a mild form of processing, the 6 supporting active ingredients Turmeric, Tulsi, Schizandra, Jujube, Haritaki and Ginger are added in the right quantities and then mixed in with other juices such as anti-oxidant-rich pomegranate, grape, cranberry, and raspberry juice.

The makers of Zrii stand behind the quality of the product and have cared enough to prevent the health benefits of amalaki to no longer be kept a secret from the world. We can believe that the company will also care about the safety of their product and aim to bring it to us in the safest way.

Monday, January 7, 2008

Bill Farley and Zrii

William F. Farley also known as Bill Farley is the head of the multi-level marketing company known as Zrii. This company produces the health juice Zrii which is mainly made up of the amalaki fruit known for thousands of years in ayurveda as a panacea or a cure-all. Name any condition and there is a strong chance that amalaki has been shown in India to treat or prevent it. Bill Farley and the other executives at Zrii choose to bring this important product to us through network marketing or multi-level marketing. So who is Bill Farley and why is he behind this product?

William F. Farley was born in Pawtucket, Rhode Island to working class parents. With his mother working in a factory and his father working as a postal worker and a part time musician, Bill Farley learned the virtues of hard work very early on in his life. He did very well in school and went to Bowdoin College and then later received a law degree from Boston College. William Farley has always been business minded. He started out by selling encyclopedias from door to door and then entered the financial world through NL Industries in New York City and Lehman Brothers in Chicago. He achieved early success and was able to purchase his first company Anaheim Citrus Products in 1976 for $25,000. That same year he became part owner of the Chicago White Sox. He bought Fruit of the Loom in the 80s after having sold Anaheim Citrus products for millions of dollars. As majority shareholder, President and CEO at Fruit of the Loom for 15 years, he honed his business skills and lead Farley Enterprises the parent company of Fruit of the Loom to an astounding almost 5 billion dollars a year in revenues.

This highly successful entrepreneur is now putting his name on Zrii. The success of this company is almost inevitable due to the amazing combinations of Bill Farley and the amalaki fruit coming together in this health juice. Bill Farley has several different companies and some have been in nutrition and others involved in direct sales. He has received the White House Award for entrepreneurial excellence and was inducted into the Horatio Alger Association for Distinguished Americans. William F. Farley has stated that his willingness to take risks has helped him achieve the success he has seen. He believes in hard work and seizing opportunities when they come your way.

Zrii is also endorsed by the Chopra Center for Wellbeing co-founded by Deepak Chopra and Dr. David Simon. In fact each bottle of Zrii is stamped with a symbol of approval from the Chopra Center for Wellbeing. The multilevel marketing company that produces Zrii offers you a place in this ground floor opportunity as an Independent Executive (IE). This promises to be one of the chances of a lifetime as the benefits of the amalaki fruit found in the juice are undeniable. Ayurveda has endorsed amalaki for thousands of years and now Bill Farley is bringing the fruit to us in a delicious palatable form in Zrii juice.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007 Amazing Opportunity

We all wish we could have been a part of Microsoft or Ebay or even Google as ground floor opportunities. The unfortunate thing is that many revolutionary business ideas or products are only available to a select few when they are start-ups. Bill Farley is opening Zrii and the amalaki fruit up to all so everyone can have a chance of joining before it becomes too big. Imagine if you had the chance to sell apples when they were first discovered to be the great fruit that they are now known to be? Well, the benefits of eating an apple pale in comparison to eating an amalaki fruit. Zrii juice has the potential of becoming the fruit drink of choice worldwide. This is a wonderful ground floor opportunity that is well worth looking into especially for anyone who has any interest in a multi-level marketing business. Another important thing to note is that multi-level marketing means that you will be receiving commissions from the sales of anyone you recruit to sell Zrii and anyone they recruit to sell Zrii and so on. The potential is amazing.

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