“sadhaka pitta processes emotions into intelligence and sadhaka pitta in the heart processes emotions into love and compassion. If this functional integrity of sadhaka pitta in the brain and sadhaka pitta in the mind is affected,
- Medhya Rasayana Herbs-Ashwagandha, Brahmi & Tulsi- Gold Standard for Adaptogens by Gayathri ShyleshSubmitted by Gayathri Shailesh. Ashwaghadha, Brahmi & Tulsi are considered the gold standard in Ayurveda to help reduce the stress responses when the adrenals and immune system spikes up in its typical fight/flight/freeze response stage or help through rallying energy through fatigue and exhaustion. These herbs can typically be used in most conditions as it […]
- Recipe: Fresh Pitta Vata Pacifying coconut chutneyImage: Body: This simple recipe is healthy, quick and easy to prepare. It should be tridoshik (keeps doshas in balance for kapha, pitta and vata prakriti individuals) Ingredients: 1 whole coconut (white or brown - the white young coconuts will produce a softer flesh) - Action - Cooling, Pitta Pacifying 2 whole green chilis - (Optional- […]Atul
- Ayurveda and SanskritImage: Body: Āyurveda is an ancient holistic way to look at your health as a composite of mind, body and innate or spiritual wellness. We at San Diego College of Ayurveda try to help our students prepare for participation in the worldwide Ayurvedic community by providing basic instruction in Sanskrit. Why Sanskrit? Many of the original texts […]Atul
This is a blog about Ayurvedic Wellness by students of Ayurvedic Certifications. All the blogs are for informational purposes only, and, not meant as a substitute for Medical Advise. In fact, Ayurveda is a holistic and complimentary medicine only. Ayurveda Practitioners cannot diagnose, treat any disease--merely offer support and information.
San Diego College of Ayurveda, California is an International online training school with some courses recognized and registered with Yoga Alliance, International Association of Yoga Therapists and National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA).