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Ayurvedic Nutrition

Where is the whole grain after it has been genetically modified, harvested months or years in advance, bleached, processed, enriched, colored, molded and made into “low calorie”?

Cycle of Seasons and Ayurveda

Research Cycle of Seasons and Ayurveda
by Zach Bubeck – Ayurveda Wellness Practitioner Student (San Diego College of Ayurveda)

Ayurveda in the 21st Century

In the 21st Century, the popularity of holistic methods has grown, especially in the United States, as people realize the importance of mind over body and choosing homeopathic alternatives rather than Western medicine. This could be because of the expense of healthcare costs and medications. As a result, benefits of the low cost of Ayurvedic treatments, the World Health Organization in 1978 has recognized Ayurveda as being beneficial to economically impaired countries as it reduces expensive drug dependence on industrial states, especially those in the pharmaceutical industries. In 1983, the first International Ayurveda Congress was formed.

Ayurveda and Memory

During a common cold, there is blockage of olfactory nerve there is a total loss of sensation of smell. This is very common example experienced by most of the people. Similarly, if there is any kind of blockage in the optic nerve, the sensation of visual experience will be blocked; auditory nerve will result in impaired listening etc. For acquiring the knowledge, the body uses 5 sense organs. Ears, Skin, Eyes, Tongue and Nose are collectively called sense organs. The sensations experienced by these sense organs are transmitted to the brain. The sensory nerves conduct messages through chemical transmission and then they are stored in the brain.

Ayurveda, Yoga and Nadis

n many eastern health sciences, nadis are considered channels or tubes in the human body that carry prana. Prana is also known as energy or life force. These energy channels, or nadis, can be found in both the physical and the subtle body (Kripalu, 2008).

Ayurvedic Herbs for Self Healing

By choosing herbal medicine, one must recognize the value of the nature and the five elements within. Herbalists must become aware of the environment that surrounds not only themselves but also the environment that surrounds the very plants that save us from suffering. It is crucial for herbalists to learn about the local cultures and the lives of local people and how the plants are harvested.

Five Potent Herbs in your Kitchen!

strong>Ginger: The important active components of the ginger root are thought to be volatile oils and pungent phenol compounds. Ginger has been used in the past as preventing cough, congestion, muscular cramps during menstruation. Controls nausea from indigestion, and is currently being proven to manage migraine headaches. Ginger water, tea or extract helps vomiting episodes. Due to its anti-inflammatory nature, anyone with arthritis needs to use ginger. Lowering cholesterol is the special attribute of ginger that can prevent a patient from heart failure.

How to make Ayurvedic Chai?

Make Chai, Ayurveda, Herbs, Tea, Infusion, Decoction, Herbals, Botanicals, Spices, Cold, Cough, Remedies,

Ayurveda Udvartana

Udvartana means to elevate or to promote. In India, this treatment was done on brides before the wedding. Excellent for reducing edema, lymph drainage, rosacea, eczema, or any pitta skin conditions like adult acne..where ‘oil’ cannot be put on the body.

Sankhya Philosophy In Ayurveda

Sankhya is a way of understanding the universe through the principles of subtle
energies and their interactions defined in Bhagavata Purana, which is related to the
understanding of sakti (power) and saktiman (powerful) given in Vedanta.

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