• SmartBird Reliver – Your ‘Liver Guardian’

    At SmartBird, our Ayurvedic product range has been developed by some of the best scientific minds in Europe and India, combining the latest science with traditional treatments in order to get the results you’d expect from modern treatments, but only using 100% Ayurvedic ingredients.

    Ingredients

    SmartBird Reliver is used to enhance liver function whilst also protecting, cleansing and improving its general health. It brings together a number of ingredients that can cleanse, detox and fortify the liver and gallbladder whilst treating various natural or alcohol induced ailments that may be affecting its function. Reliver is used to help treat disease and damage of the liver, such as jaundice, cirrhosis, and alcohol induced liver damage.

    Key ingredients include:

    Jhavuka

    Extracted from the leaves of the jhavuka shrub, it’s one of the most effective ingredients used traditionally for detoxing the liver and countering problems caused by liver impairment. The liver is the only organ in the human body that has the ability to heal and regenerate itself after damage and jhavuka’s properties have shown to aid that process.

    Kirayat and Kasani

    Kirayat is native to India and its leaf extracts have traditionally been used in medicine to help with the treatment of enlarged livers, jaundice and liver damage caused by medication. We enhance Reliver’s properties by also adding Kasani which is used to protect the liver from alcohol-induced liver disease whilst strengthening the liver and gallbladder against the potential of future damage.

    SmartBird’s formulations have been created by bringing together 21st Century science with ancient Ayurvedic methods and we call this ‘21st Century Ayurveda®’. Order our Reliver tablets online today, or visit our product range to see what else we have to offer.

  • Improve your Mental Wellbeing with SmartBird

    Modern understanding of mental wellbeing and physical health can be said to be influenced by traditional Ayurveda ideologies. Ayurveda principles suggest that to live a healthy lifestyle we have to strive for keeping the body and mind in a constant state of balance. For some people, ensuring their mental wellbeing can be more difficult than ensuring their physical health.

    SmartBird proudly displays the slogan ‘Created by Nature, Proven by Science™’ on our packaging to certify to our customers that our Ayurvedic product range was created with the help of the best European and Indian scientific minds alongside 5,000 years of Ayurvedic tradition. SmartBird provides unique remedies from herb and plant ingredients that are guaranteed free from pesticides and chemicals. We can assure our customers of the quality of what we produce so they can be confident that they are only putting natural substances into their bodies.

    Our Aura softgels are designed to help brain function and revitalise brain and nerve cells, increase mind and memory power, and encourage mental growth. One of Aura’s main ingredients, Badam, possesses healthy nutrients that have been shown to improve thinking, learning and memory. Aura also contains Brahmi, which is considered to have neuroprotective functions and increase the regulation of neurotransmitters in the brain. Modern studies have shown that Brahmi can be effective when used to treat mental disorders and memory loss.

    Whilst our SmartBird Amey tablets are fundamentally an anti-oxidant, they can also treat stress and anxiety. The primary ingredient is Rama Tulsi, mentioned in the most ancient of Ayurvedic writings, and said to aid our resilience to stress.

    SmartBird provides products that our customers can trust. We emphasise the importance of balancing mind and body so that you can live in health and unlock your full potential. We aim to help you combat the stress of modern lifestyles whilst strengthening your sense of wellbeing. Discover more of our products today.

  • Explore SmartBird Teevram

    Empowering movement

    Drawing together tried-and-tested ingredients steeped in Ayurvedic tradition, SmartBird Teevram provides effective relief from joint aches, stiffness and muscle pain to help you work towards a more active lifestyle.

    Ingredients

    The SmartBird brand is known for combining key Ayurvedic ingredients to provide rapid relief from a specific set of common ailments, and Teevram is no exception. The result of years of research and development, this unique treatment combines fifteen all-natural compounds, from herbs and roots to seeds and resin, making it one of the most robustly effective and versatile remedies on the market.

    SmartBird Teevram comprises a range of key ingredients, including the following:

    • Haldi (Curcuma longa) - Commonly referred to as turmeric in Western markets, haldi is often used as a flavouring agent in a range of cuisines. According to Ayurvedic tradition, however, the spice contains powerful anti-inflammatory agents best used to treat ailments such as arthritis.
    • Methi (Trigonella foenum-graecum) - Traditionally used in the preparation of meals, recent studies actually confirm that methi leaves contain key anti-inflammatory properties, as well as being effective in helping to control cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
    • Shunti (Zinziber officinale) - The Ayurvedic term for ginger, Shunti has been proven to provide relief from inflammation at a cellular level, with research trials showing a marked decrease in symptoms such as pain, swelling and stiffness.

    Get proactive about life

    Ayurvedic wisdom teaches us that exercise is an integral component to achieving a balanced lifestyle, with medical research also suggesting it drastically reduces the risk of a wide range of conditions and ailments. Unlock your best self with fast-acting relief from SmartBird Teevram, a 100% pure Ayurvedic remedy; order online today.

  • SmartBird: Building on 5,000 Years of Tradition

    Building on the knowledge of millennia of tradition

    Stemming from both ancient oral and written tradition, the belief system known as Ayurveda was first recorded in Sanskrit over 5,000 years ago, in the heart of India. Often translated as “the Science of Life”, the central message at the heart of Ayurvedic wisdom is just as relevant today as it was back then. Ayurveda prescribes an entirely holistic approach to wellness, teaching those who follow its principles to strive for balance between their mind, body and spirit. Only when this balance is achieved, Ayurveda teaches us, will we feel wholesome, happy and productive. Over time, the underlying tenets of Ayurveda (a balanced diet, the reduction of stress and an active lifestyle) have come to dovetail with the teachings of modern medicine.

    Uniting cultural wisdom and leading scientists from both Europe and India, SmartBird is uniquely placed to deliver effective products that are totally appropriate to meet modern market needs; so much so that we call it “21st Century Ayurveda”.

    Making Ayurveda relevant

    As a brand, SmartBird seeks to respect and harness the power of Ayurvedic cultural wisdom, revolutionising it for the modern busy lifestyle and using it to create truly unique 21st Century products. With growing financial pressures, longer working hours and increasingly irregular routines, the need for effective, tailored remedies and products has never been more striking. Developed in conjunction with Europe’s leading scientific thinkers, and utilising modern research and development techniques, our comprehensive product range incorporates a variety of 100% pure

    Ayurvedic remedies designed to specifically target various areas of our health. Our outstanding, all-natural products contain a range of key Ayurvedic ingredients which, amongst other things, are designed boost energy levels, restore normal digestive rhythms and relieve joint pain (there are currently 8 products in the SmartBird range).

    We’ve gone to great lengths to ensure consumer confidence in our brand, working with scientific brains from Europe to develop every product we manufacture – something that sets SmartBird aside in the Ayurvedic marketplace. With SmartBird, you know you’re getting 100% pure Ayurvedic remedies, so you can really trust in our brand to achieve better standard of health for all the family; browse our products online today.

  • SmartBird: A 21st Century Brand to Believe In

    The best of modern science and cherished tradition

    SmartBird’s development team have worked tirelessly to become experts in the cultural practices and teachings of Ayurveda, enabling us to deliver effective products grounded in ancient wisdom and tradition. At our heart, however, we’re also scientific thinkers, researchers and developers, born with a passion to prove the efficacy and usefulness of our products in every consumer’s day-to-day lifestyle. It’s this unique combination of science and tradition that sets SmartBird, and our extensive range of Ayurvedic products, aside in a crowded market.

     The result of heritage

    SmartBird is a unique project set up by its parent company, Glector, a brand building a reputation for bringing cutting-edge health and wellness products to the market. Glector’s focus on delivering all-natural products to help improve standards of health and well-being inspires everything we do, from carefully selecting key Ayurvedic ingredients, to going to great lengths to educate and inform our consumers. As a result of our parentage, the SmartBird team can boast over 30 years’ experience in the research, development and innovation of plant-based health remedies.

    Our focus on continuing innovation and product development is what demarcates SmartBird and its standout range of products from others in the Ayurveda sector. The SmartBird logo is a hallmark consumers can believe in to provide superbly effective, 100% natural remedies, backed up by years of experience in research and development. By choosing the SmartBird brand, the modern consumer can rest assured they’re buying into a 21st Century product that combines key Ayurvedic ingredients and forward-thinking concepts to deliver relief for a variety of common ailments.

    At SmartBird, the ongoing education and personal well-being of every one of our customers rests at the heart of what we do, so browse through our range of products to improve your sense of wellbeing today.

  • Ayurveda & Exercise

    Get Active About Exercise

    It’s not just Ayurvedic tradition which teaches us that exercise is a vital part of our daily routine; world leading research shows that regular exercise releases endorphins, making us happier and more productive, stabilises our metabolism and reduces signs of aging such as loss of muscle mass and joint inflammation. Explore the following blog for tips on how to introduce exercise into your daily routine and start to liver a happier, more balanced lifestyle.

    Take Little Steps

    Starting to implement a new exercise regime or trying to get back into an old one is always a little intimidating, which is why it’s important to start small and set manageable goals. These beginning steps needn’t involve rigorous work outs; they could be something as seemingly minute as taking a short walk every evening to start working on your respiratory system. Setting achievable goals, such as running for predetermined distances or developing your resistance training over time, helps to achieve a sense of accomplishment, increasing self-esteem and inspiring you to progress further.

    Make Tailored Plans

    Ayurveda teaches us that everyone is different, and as such we should tailor our dietary plans and exercise regimes to suit our individual make-ups. Individuals of different doshas will respond differently to various types of exercise; kapha types, for example, are naturally predisposed to endurance sport and thus respond well to activities like running, swimming and cycling. The in-built competitive streak of pitta types, however, means team-based games like cricket, football and tennis are the most engaging way to exercise. Finally, the natural enthusiasm demonstrated by the majority of vata types means that they respond best to structured exercise regimes that reward steady progression with a feeling of achievement.

    Love What You Do

    Ultimately, Ayurveda teaches us that exercise shouldn’t be thought of as hard work, but rather a recreational activity that we can enjoy. Whether it gives us a chance to let off stress, or just allows us to meet and socialise with friends and acquaintances, we’re much more likely to incorporate regular exercise into our busy schedule if it’s something we actively look forward to.

    Follow SmartBird on social media today for more tips on everything Ayurveda and further information on our comprehensive range of lifestyle products.

  • Unhealthy Habits to Avoid During your Working Day

    Unlock Your Best Self with Ayurveda    

    The guiding principles of Ayurvedic tradition teach us that, in order to achieve a wholesome and healthy lifestyle, one must strive for balance in everything we do. Unfortunately, the pressures of today’s hectic lifestyle - the desire to stand out, the need for professional development and the constant ambition to achieve one’s goals - can often stand in the way, leading us to fall into unhealthy habits over time. Our Ayurvedic experts have collected the following list of unhealthy lifestyle habits to avoid; browse through them all today and get a small helping hand with our effective products online.

    1. A Sedentary Lifestyle

    For many of us, catching the train to work, sitting at a desk for hours and relaxing when we get home make up a large part of our daily routines. Over time this leads to an increasingly sedentary lifestyle, with prolonged periods of sitting down and engaging in little physical activity becoming the norm. On the contrary, both Ayurvedic principles and a range of leading scientific studies teach us that exercising for as little as 20 minutes a day can help boost our mindset, increase productivity and prevent a number of common ailments.

    1. An Unvaried Diet

    Despite years of accredited research to attest to the correlation between a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle, worldwide figures for obesity and related ailments continue to paint a worrying picture. Ayurvedic principle prescribes that we are made up of a combination of three doshas - vata, pitta and kapha - and thus should consume a varied diet that reflects our own individual makeup. Unfortunately, longer working hours and increased pressures in the office often lead to us neglecting our diet; instead of freshly-prepared meals made up of organic ingredients rich in nutrients, we tend to eat for convenience. This often involves opting for foods with higher levels of saturates, sugars and preservatives, all of which are okay in moderation, but potentially very dangerous in excess. The growing trend towards ‘working lunches’ - quick and unsubstantial meals eaten at our desks - also disrupts the body’s natural rhythm and slows down the metabolic process.

    1. A Poor Routine

    Ayurvedic learning also teaches that, regardless of your personal lifestyle, both your body and spirit require a consistent sense of routine to achieve a state of well-being. The increased pressure placed on us to do well, provide better results and earn greater financial incentives often leads to the disruption of our routine, as longer working hours tend to eclipse the time we’d normally reserve for ourselves and loved ones. Increased overtime also makes it harder to leave our work dilemmas in the office, preventing us from properly switching off and engaging with other pursuits. Disruptions to our sleep cycle - getting up earlier, arriving home and eating later - also lead to us feeling increasingly tired and counterproductive throughout the working day.

    Improving your life through Ayurveda requires an enthusiastic approach and a pro-active mindset, but there are a wide range of effective supplements on the market to help you on your journey. Browse through our range of popular 21st Century lifestyle products online now.

  • Yoga Day: 21st June 2016 | Combining Ayurveda & Yoga: A Deeper, Richer Experience

    Yoga and Ayurveda are two ‘sister’ practices that originated in India thousands of years ago. Both encompass an understanding of how the body works and the effect that food and medicines have on the body.

    Ayurveda has been described as the science, whilst yoga the practice of that science, and both originate as part of a greater system of Vedic knowledge.

    The two have a common understanding of health of the body being dependent on the health and balance of the mind. Explored together, these complementary practices can offer transformative tools that foster greater health and vitality.

    Ayurveda is a personalised, intuitive health philosophy. According to Ayurvedic principles, each of us has a unique constitution governed by our physical and emotional makeup as well as our lifestyle – from the foods we eat to the time we go to sleep. Such constitutions are called doshas and are linked to the elements – Vata (air and ether), Pitta (fire and water) and Kapha (earth and water).

    Knowing your doshas and how to balance them can help customise yoga practice for optimum results.

    Vata equates with mental quickness, enjoyment of movement, and creativity. Signs of imbalance are insomnia, anxiety, and dryness. For Vata imbalance, slow, steady, grounding postures are recommended, as well as deep, calm breathing to cultivate stillness, nurture and self-care.

    The qualities of the pitta are passion, enthusiasm, and courage. However, anger, competitiveness, and inflammation are signs of imbalance. Yoga practice recommends cooling, relaxing postures to release heat and tension and encourage compassion, patience and the ability to slow down.

    Those with a Kapha constitution tend to be consistent, devoted, stable and strong. Signs of Kapha imbalance can include procrastination, dullness and congestion, so stimulating movement and vigorous breathing exercises can help foster enthusiasm, heat and improve focus.

    Smartbird® Ayurvedic Products: Created by Nature. Proven by Science

    The SmartBird® Ayurvedic product range builds on some 5,000 years of history and tradition, but with formulations developed using the most recent scientific knowledge by some of the best scientific brains in Europe and India.

    We call it 21st Century Ayurveda® and it means you can be certain of the wholesomeness, efficacy and safety of each and every product whilst they work to help you combat the stress of a modern lifestyle and strengthen your whole body and sense of wellbeing.

    Just as knowing your doshas can help customise yoga practice, so knowing the SmartBird® range can also help you live life to the full. From natural anti-oxidants and general body-strengthening therapies to specific treatments targeting the skin, joints and heart function, the SmartBird® Ayurvedic range of laboratory-tested, herbal personal care products will nourish, replenish and protect your body and mind.

    In terms of doshas, Vata is the principle force of motion in the body and mind and is considered the leader of the three Ayurvedic Principles in the body.

    SmartBird® Vata-focused products include Argh (Healthy Heart), Amogh (Digestion), Makhmal (Healthy Skin), Praveg (Blood Regulator) and Teevram (Joint Pain).

    SmartBird® Kapha-focused products include Amey (Anti-Ageing) and Intenso (Energy).

    SmartBird® Pitta-focused products include Aura (Sharp Brain), Reliver (Liver Guardian) and Intenso (Energy).

    You can find out more on SmartBird® here.

  • The Unique SmartBird Process

    From the Ground to the Counter

    Here at SmartBird, everything we sell has been designed and created with a profound respect for Mother Nature and the tools and ingredients she provides us with. We carefully select all natural ingredients based on millennia of cultural learning and Ayurvedic principles before then working closely with the leading scientific thinkers in both Europe and India to deliver a suitable lifestyle product for the 21st Century. Explore the unique SmartBird production process further with our useful blog.

    A Solid Grounding

    SmartBird’s Ayurvedic medicines are comprised of locally sourced herbs and plants that have been traditionally thought to cure ailments such as poor digestion, skin irritation or prolonged fatigue, and even help to boost things like brain function and productivity. We now know, of course, that these herbs and remedies contain vital nutrients, anti-oxidants and more that we require for a healthy, happy life. Our team rigorously check all the ingredients that go into our outstanding products in our Indian production facility before being packaged and prepared for sale.

    Forward Thinking

    That’s not all that goes into our fantastic lifestyle products, however; SmartBird is the result of a collaboration between leading scientific brains in both India and Europe, allowing us to bridge the gap between ancient cultural knowledge and cutting-edge development. Each one of our popular products combines key ingredients like ginseng and badam in exacting quantities to provide the most effective relief and assistance. It’s important to remember, however, that we never treat any of our products with any harsh or artificial chemical agents; they’re simply harvested, packaged and then send on to our consumers.

    If the stresses of modern life are weighing down on you, or you could just do with a small boost to help increase your productivity levels, browse through SmartBird’s revolutionary range of Ayurvedic medicines online today.

  • Improve Your Working Day with Ayurveda

    All Round Goodness

    The team behind SmartBird are experts in Ayurveda, and fully advocate the holistic approach to health and wellbeing that Ayurvedic principals teach us. As we’ve explained before, Ayurveda is deeply rooted in the idea of achieving balance in one’s lifestyle, holding this as the key to achieving a healthy and productive life. We appreciate that the stresses of modern day life can often leave us feeling drained, which is why we’ve assembled the following 4 tips to help boost your productivity levels and improve your working day.

    1. Eat Well, Feel Better

    Ayurvedic principle suggests that poor nutrition is one of the leading causes of fatigue and low productivity; repeatedly eating an unvaried diet, and particularly rushing meals at your desk in your lunch breaks, can disrupt the digestive routine. This will prevent your body from properly unlocking the nutrients you require and lead to feelings of sluggishness and lethargy by mid afternoon. Be sure to consume a varied diet and finish lunch off with a short walk to kick-start the digestive process.

    1. Rest & Rejuvenate

    Sleeping is an integral part of human existence, and helps strengthen our immune system, encourages the regeneration of cells and generally refreshes our consciousness. Ayurvedic principal encourages a long, deep sleep, perhaps complemented by some light breathing exercises or even a calming bath. Traditional wisdom also suggests that rising earlier is in fact better for our minds and leaves us more prepared for the full working day.

    1. The First Step

    Though most doctrines and research suggest a positive link between exercise and happiness, Ayurveda shows us that even something as simple as taking a walk can bring balance to our bodies. Walking can easily be integrated into your hectic daily routine and helps promote cardiovascular fitness, regular digestion and peace of mind. Walking throughout the working day might also help to provide a fresh perspective on the many challenges you face.

    1. A Gentle Boost

    SmartBird deliver a range of wholly natural products based on Ayurvedic principles to help you be your best self throughout the working day. Whether poor digestion is leading to feelings of fatigue, or mental stress is clouding your judgement, we’ve got an Ayurvedic therapy to return you to full productivity. Learn more about our products and purchase online today.

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