Merry Christmas 2019 in Delhi, India

Christmas Day, which is celebrated on December 25, marks the birth of Jesus Christ. Delhi the capital of India, the place of festivals for more than many millenniums. This land adopts the festivities of the others with same respect and enjoys it to its fullest- Indians the coolest people on the Earth! Among all the memorable events of the year, Christmas is one of the most-awaited festivals. Along with others in the world, preparation for this day starts much before the day arrives. People start planning for the festival, buying gifts for friends and family, making travel plans, preparing cakes and selecting the Christmas Tree and the festivities add warmth to the cold December days. Given the importance of the day, prayer sessions are held in churches and people’s houses from the night of December 24 itself. The streets reverberate with the sound of musical carols and happy laughter as people forget all their grievances and celebrate the beautiful and auspicious day together. The air is filled with positivity as people visit each other’s places to exchange gifts and celebrate the festival. Although Christmas is a festival observed by Christians, it is celebrated by people across the world irrespective of their religion.

Christmas Tree and Health:

Long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all year had a special meaning for people in the winter. Just as people today decorate their homes during the festive season with pine, spruce, and fir trees, ancient peoples hung evergreen branches of trees over their doors and windows. In many countries it was believed that evergreens would keep away witches, ghosts, evil spirits, and illness.

The history of Christmas trees goes back to the symbolic use of evergreens in ancient Egypt and Rome and continues with the German tradition of candle-lit Christmas trees first brought to America in the 1800s.

Ecological View of Health:

India, the oldest civilization, has been using such since its inception. Health and its preservation remain the sole idea. Moreover, we could grasp the idea of Holism but now its time to hold this ancient ecological viewpoint without further delay or face extinction of life from planet!

Homoeopathy on the Eve:

In Delhi, India, this eve comes in winters, this time, 2019, very harsh winter but still not stopping Delhiites to celebrate this eve. Be careful with this winter.

Take these precautions:

  • Wear layers of woolen clothing.
  • Eat well, do not stay empty stomach.
  • Drink a little warm water. Do not forget to drink water and keep yourself hydrated.
  • Take lots of veg or non-veg soups in your daily routine.
  • Do not take alcoholic beverages and specially if you are driving.

 Homoeopathic Boon:

If you find you are hit with cold wind and started sneezing, running nose and coughing. Then immediately take Aconite Nap. 200, 4 pills every one hour. Then get in touch with your homoeopathic doctor for further treatment.

Enjoy this Christmas and New Year eve if find any acute complaints then consult your homoeopathic doctor! AHC is there to help you.

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