San Diego College of Ayurveda Blogs about Ayurvedic Medicine
Friday October 31st 2014
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Ayurveda and Karma

By Candice Beaumont, Student Block 2 Counselor The 4 Ayurs and interpretation of disease and disaster according to Ayurveda Ayu is defined as life. Someone living a Hit-Ayu life has found peace within oneself as well as their environment. A person living an A-hit-Ayu life tends to be self-absorbed not in harmony with themselves nor [...]

Ayurvedic Nutrition

Ayurvedic Nutrition

Leah Jones Student SDCOA 500 HR Course As I meditate on the many differences between Western Nutrition and Ayurvedic nutrition, I am overwhelmed at the numbers. The difference that is impacting me the most right now is the difference in living and lifeless food. In western nutrition the focus on calories and nutrients relies on over processed [...]

Sadhaka Pitta

By Manjulali Sadhaka Pitta is a sub dosha of pitta, generally referred to as our 'IQ' - our intellect. Now, Lets try to understand Sadhaka Pitta in terms of Pitta imbalance. Hina Pittasya tu Sleshma....Janayatyana - avisthatam (C.Su 17/55) Weakness of pitta --means decreased digestive activity(manda-analah), Coldness in body as well as [...]

Cycle of Seasons and Ayurveda

Research Cycle of Seasons and Ayurveda by Zach Bubeck - Ayurveda Wellness Practitioner Student (San Diego College of Ayurveda) Tuesday, 23 August 2011, 10:19 PM Within the entire observable universe, the most common reoccurring shape is the circle. This pervasive shape reflects the cyclical nature of all things. Our galaxy along with [...]

Panchakarma Workshop

Panchakarma Workshop

July 20th 2011 - 3 days - Panchakarma workshop and retreat will include: • Shirodhara • Abhyanga • Svedanam • Marma • Nasya • Basti • Karnapurnam Introduction to Panchakarma (detoxification) & Shaman Chikitsa Therapy workshop for Massage Therapists, Ayurvedic Practitioners, and Herbalists. Registered Nurses can [...]

Body Odour Herbs in Ayurveda

Body Odour Herbs in Ayurveda

by Dr. Santosh Jalukar Online Faculty: San Diego College of Ayurveda All of a sudden a phone bell rang and an old friend after long time said, “Hi doc, how are you?” I am fine, how about you? “I have been facing one problem for couple of months and I need your advice in this issue.” “Tell me what it is about.” “It [...]

Svedanam and Steam Therapy in Ayurveda

Svedanam and Steam Therapy in Ayurveda

Swedanam or Steam Therapy followed by Abhyanga OIl Massage is of utmost importance in Ayurveda. Steam therapy increase elimination of toxins through the pores when done in conjunction with organic massage oil treatments, they make the detoxification more effective. Abhyanga OIl Massage is often followed by a herbal steam bath with camphor, [...]

Ayurveda and Memory

Ayurveda and Memory

By Dr. Santosh Jalukar Faculty: San Diego College of Ayurveda It is true that “intellectual strength is more important than just physical strength”. This is all time true statement. For significant achievement in any field, Intellectual performance is rather most important tool and there could be hardly anybody who will disagree to this. [...]

Ayurveda and Diet

Ayurveda and Diet

By Shea Street Student: San Diego College of Ayurveda Right diet is the main factor in the treatment of the physical body. Without changing our diet, we cannot expect the body, which is its product, to be completely cured. By correcting the diet, we eliminate the causes of disease. Herbs and foods follow the same energies and can be [...]

Ayurveda, Yoga and Nadis

Ayurveda, Yoga and Nadis

By Courtney Bean, Student: San Diego College of Ayurveda Nadi- Literally, a river, a channel or passageway; the pulse; there are innumerable nadis in the human body, from the very subtle to the very gross, carrying substances into, out of, or throughout the body. (Lad, M.A.Sc, Vasant, 2002) In many eastern health sciences, nadis are [...]

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