San Diego College of Ayurveda Blogs about Ayurvedic Medicine
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Ayurveda College in San Diego was founded to promote vegetarianism, Ayurveda, Holistic Health Education, Workshops, Ayurvedic Massages, Panchakarma and Consultations for an affordable price. Our Online Ayurveda college offers online courses, and, is a virtual provider of Ayurveda courses all over California, New York, Chicago, Arizona, Nevada, Florida and even in Canada.

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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 [...]

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 [...]

Ayurveda in the 21st Century

Ayurveda in the 21st Century

By Debra Gomez Student San Diego College of Ayurveda 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 [...]

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, 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 [...]

Ayurvedic Herbs for Self Healing

Ayurvedic Herbs for Self Healing

By Midori Hatakayama I believe that herbal medicines are important to us because they connect us with the very source of our life that is the nature, which is full of vitality and pure energies. Further more, herbal medicines are the time tested holistic and preventive medicines that have least side effects if at all. It is said that the [...]

Five Potent Herbs in your Kitchen!

Five Potent Herbs in your Kitchen!

How to make Ayurvedic Chai?

How to make Ayurvedic Chai?

To read the recipe on how to make herbal decoction, CHAI, Ayurvedic Chai..go to http://www.ayurvedayogatraining.com/basic-chai

Ayurveda Udvartana

Ayurveda Udvartana

Udvartana is a body scrub treatment with natural herbs and grain mix, called ubatan. The sanskrit word 'udvartana' is done 'in' upward strokes and promotes lymphatic circulation. 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 [...]

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