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Ayurveda for Women
April 18, 2018

Ayurveda for Women

Ayurveda as outlined here could be the answer many women are seeking.Svoboda is uniquely able to detail health issues central to female lives.Ayurveda for Women provides a way for women to live their lives more simply, more naturally and more contentedly.This is a practical guide on creating and sustaining a balanced, healthy life by following Ayurvedic principles…

Concept of Agni in Ayurveda
February 20, 2018

Concept of Agni in Ayurveda

The term Agni is best represented by biological fire. Agni is vital at physiological and pathological levels. Just as we take food stuffs to feed ourselves for nutrition, the so called digestive fire also require constant feeding so as to carry out various biochemical pathways going on in our body. Physiological significance Majority of the diseases are outcome…

Ayurveda Training India
May 3, 2015

Ayurveda Training India

Bastyr University students of ayurvedic medicine will study near India’s snow-capped Himalayas this December as the University establishes its first training site in ayurveda’s native land. Students in the Master of Science in Ayurvedic Sciences program will spend two weeks at a busy ayurvedic clinic and college in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh. They…

What does Ayurvedic Means?
May 29, 2017

What does Ayurvedic Means?

Muhammed Majeed, PhD, founded Sabinsa & Sami Labs based on his long-held belief that aspects of his native country s traditional medical system, Ayurveda, could address many of the health issues plaguing society.Ayurveda means following the pattern of life, its expression and interaction: the time of year, the changes in the environment, seasons, state…

Ayurvedic Tonics
June 18, 2013

Ayurvedic Tonics

Our immune systems often become compromised in winter as our kapha goes into excess, according to the traditional Indian natural health system of Ayurveda. Leaning how to keep our doshas in balance is fundamental to surviving and thriving this winter. In Ayurveda, every person has a different constitution comprising an individual combination of the five elements…

Wise Earth School of Ayurveda
June 11, 2012

Wise Earth School of Ayurveda

Wise Earth’s lunar rhythm-based knowledge essential for nurturing and strengthening women’s Shakti powers had been long neglected in Ayurveda and became defunct in its practice. Wise Earth School has restored this essential work along with its impeccable cyclical timing and application to help women bring their menstrual cycles in consonance with the new moon…

Single Drug Therapy in Ayurveda
April 25, 2016

Single Drug Therapy in Ayurveda

Single Medicine Therapy is a medical practice that uses only a ‘single ingredient’ most of the time, or the treatment is given when there are no other medicines that need to be taken along with it. This is more like ‘folk-cure’ medical practice, but is generally based on principles of Ayurveda. Referred to as ‘Ottamooli’ in Kerala, India, this ‘Single Medicine…

Ayurveda for Allergies
January 8, 2017

Ayurveda for Allergies

Do you suffer from allergies in any way? Perhaps you’ve come to dread the arrival of springtime because of the degree to which your allergies overtake your life. Unfortunately, many of us feel utterly helpless when it comes to changing our allergy experience in any real or meaningful way. But because they so commonly flare up at this time of year, spring is an…

Medicine for Health
November 12, 2013

Medicine for Health

My name is Sarah and I am part of the (first ever!) Biosciences Integrated Master’s cohort. This is an undergraduate course that incorporates a master’s year into a normal BSc course. It’s been a long four years, but I will soon be graduating with an MSci in Biomedical Sciences – sounds fancy, right? The course … More Life in the Lab on a Biosciences MSci course:…

Ayurvedic Holistic Center
February 19, 2014

Ayurvedic Holistic Center

Essence Health & Beauty Barbara Bailey, Lic. Esthetician, CMT, NE, CAS, PKS, RYT Formerly known as the Sonoma Holistic Spa,Barbara is now a member of the Songbird Community Healing Center, located in downtown Cotati. Barbara is available by appointment days, evenings, or for drop-ins, every 2nd and 4th Monday from 2-5 pm. Essence Health & Beauty…

Ayurvedic Facial
March 14, 2016

Ayurvedic Facial

Ayurveda places a great emphasis on massage as being essential to health and beauty. Everyone is advised to adopt massage as a fundamental part of their daily routine. Just as we eat and sleep every day we should do a daily massage. Facial massage is one of the most important elements of facial rejuvenation. A facial massage is like ironing with your fingers…

Ayurveda Questionnaire
April 16, 2016

Ayurveda Questionnaire

According to Ayurveda, the key to health is in understanding our own personal body type. There are three basic constitutional types, doshas in Sanskrit: Vata (or V), the air type. Pitta (or P), the fire and Kapha (or K), the water type. Each of us has some of the characteristics of all three of these. Many of us are dominant in more than one dosha. In…

Enhance Your Health
April 14, 2017

Enhance Your Health

There are many ways you can improve your health and by following our straightforward ways to improve your lifestyle and well-being, you should start to see the benefits in no time. Cut the fat The effect of fat on your arteries and general health is pretty well known, so you should try to cut your intake by changing your cooking methods. Try grilling, baking…

Sesame oil Bath Ayurveda
October 12, 2016

Sesame oil Bath Ayurveda

Share the post 10 Reasons An Ayurvedic Sesame Oil Massage Makes Us Strong and Beautiful. {This post is specially created for Indiblogger’s Dabur Lal Tail Contest .} baby massage Massage therapy is an important part of Ayurveda because it has many benefits like it helps strengthen and balance our whole body, improves blood circulation and vitality, and rejuvenates…

Moong Dal Ayurveda
February 7, 2016

Moong Dal Ayurveda

For a deep cleanse to the body, you can try a mono diet of mung bean soup for an ideal Spring cleanse. If you want to cleanse periodically, then Ayurveda consider it is most beneficial to do so at the joint between two seasons: especially when winter becomes spring and when late summer turns into autumn. Mung beans are available from health food shops, Indian…

Ayurveda Pittsburgh
July 23, 2012

Ayurveda Pittsburgh

We look forward to assisting our guests in removing themselves from stuck patterns of chronic physical, mental and emotional imbalances, regain hope and faith to feel better and return to balanced health with natural, organic Ayurvedic Integrative Wellness and Healing program. Thanks for this opportunity to serve beautiful souls. Namaste. Ayurveda Integrative…

Ayurveda Shilajit
April 15, 2016

Ayurveda Shilajit

The fascinating herbal matter known as shilajit has profound effects on the physical body and mind including the capability of life expansion. This thick, blackish-brown, sticky substance is made from plants and organic matter that have been trapped by many layers of rocks over millions of years in the areas surrounding India, China, Tibet, Nepal, Pakistan, Central…

Ayurveda to Lose Weight
September 21, 2016

Ayurveda to Lose Weight

Photo Courtesy of Ayurveda Paragon If I told you I was going on a trip to an Ayurvedic hotel in Sri Lanka and planned to lose five pounds, get off Sweet n Low, and learn how to meditate - all in just one week - you d probably say fat chance. But that s exactly what I did at Ayurveda Paragon on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, formerly called Ceylon. I haven…

Vagbhata Ayurveda books in Hindi
January 11, 2017

Vagbhata Ayurveda books in Hindi

I was introduced to the Bajracharya medical tradition of Nepal by my colleague Alan Tillotson, author of the highly acclaimed One Earth Herbal Sourcebook. Alan had met the late Dr. Mana Bajra Bajracharya somewhat by chance when he traveled to Nepal in the early 1970s, suffering from the effects of poorly controlled type 1 diabetes. Through Dr. Mana’s skill Alan…

Onion in Ayurveda
March 26, 2016

Onion in Ayurveda

You‘ve often heard of the no onion and garlic diet that lot of people follow. Often, food prepared for the deities is also without onion and garlic. Wondering why Ayurveda recommends a no onion-garlic diet, even though onion and garlic have several health benefits? We asked Ayurveda specialist Dr. Rahul Dogra, Operations Manager, Kairali Ayurvedic Centre to share…

Roots of Ayurveda
April 1, 2017

Roots of Ayurveda

An ancient Indian system for healing, Ayurveda translates as the science or knowledge of life. In essence, it is the art of living in harmony with the laws of nature. Mullein & Sparrow founder Anit Hora was born in India where Ayurveda was such an integrated part of life, she didn t even notice it. When her parents moved her to New York City, they brought…

Patanjali Ayurveda in Hindi
February 4, 2017

Patanjali Ayurveda in Hindi

Amongst all the cultures of the world, Indian culture is not only the oldest of all but it is also the best and incomparable. Vedas are the root source and basis or our culture and civilization, which are the oldest scriptures in the library of human beings. There are four Vedas viz. Rigveda, Yajurveda, Saamveda and Atharveda. Ayurveda is the oldest treatise…

Ayurveda Vata
May 6, 2012

Ayurveda Vata

The word vata means to blow or move like the wind. Consisting of the elements air and ether, it is the principle force of motion in the body and mind. When vata dosha is healthy, the movements of the body are graceful, unimpeded, and yet controlled. When out of balance, the movements become erratic, excessive, decreased, or blocked. To understand the vata dosha…

Eligibility for Ayurveda Course
January 25, 2017

Eligibility for Ayurveda Course

FOUNDATION COURSE IN YOGA AYURVEDA (FCYA) Objective: To promote the awareness for Positive Health and Yogic Personality Development in students. To develop and impart skills in application of yogic practices for restoring and promoting Positive Health. Etiology of selected disease and disorders will be studied with the help of research surveys and clinical observations…

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