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The Potential of Ether for Vata

The Potential of Ether for Vata. This element is the primordial birthplace of all creation and in Ayurvedic terms our source of connection to the cosmos.

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Is Ayurveda the Next Revolution?

Is Ayurveda the Next Revolution? Ayurveda is the oldest form of healing the world has known and dates back over 5000 years. It is becoming more recognised in the USA but is still relatively unknown in the UK.

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A Short Introduction to Ayurveda

A Short Introduction to Ayurveda. We know that we need to eat better food, take more exercise, relax more often and be more caring, but where do we start? How do we take the first step? There is a way! Ayurveda is a proven method for creating effective and lasting improvements to health. No quick fixes, pills of instant therapy, but a tried and tested 5000-year-old system of preventative medicine that is cost-effective and risk-free.


It's All About Its History

It's All About Its History. Ayurveda defines health as the soundness and harmony of the body, mind and the self (soul). Ayurveda defines health as the soundness and harmony of the body, mind and the self (soul). Each must be nurtured to create good health. According to this ancient healing system of India, a disease is caused by the disruption of the equilibrium or balance within ourselves and/or with our environment (nature).

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Abhyanga Ayurveda Massage

Abhyanga Ayurveda Massage. In Ayurveda, the Abhyanga (massage) has been highly praised and people are advised to adopt it as a part of daily life.


Ayurveda & Kapha Headaches

The Kapha headache is a dull, heavy, thick headache, so we need to look at lightening and refreshing and use products that can cut through the heaviness, helping to ease the state of these symptoms.

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Ayurveda & Vata Headaches

According to Ayurveda if you have a headache that is not consistent, that moves around that throbs with a pulsating pain and tightening like a belt around your head, you are likely to be having a Vata type headache.


Ayurveda & Pitta Headaches

As all ayurvedic diagnosis, we are always looking at the imbalance of the body type and Pitta headaches are often linked to imbalances in the stomach and intestines, such as acid indigestion, hyperacidity or heartburn.

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Ayurveda Eating to Help Prevent Acid Reflux

According to Ayurveda, the consumption of Pitta (fire) aggravating foods and foods of incompatible nature (virudh aahar) spoils all the doshas, mainly pitta dosha. When doshas get vitiated it produces heating toxins that are expelled upwards into the food pipe causing heartburn.

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Ayurveda & Magnesium in your Diet

Like most vitamins, magnesium’s role is primarily regulatory. It allows enzymes to function properly, which in turn enable a vast majority of the body’s chemical reactions. In this article, we will be able to see the role of magnesium in our body and where to get it best according to Ayurveda


Rasayana Focus on Breath

Rasayana Focus on Breath. Rasayana is simple terms means rejuvenation ... its an ancient set of practices in relation to Rasayana herbs that keeps the body, and mind youthful.


Ayurveda looks at sore knees

Ayurveda looks at sore knees as an imbalance of Vata in the joints, which is the air and space quality. In this article, we will provide tips, and remedies for your knee pain from an Ayurveda perspective.


Kapha Constipation & Remedies #4

Kapha constipation consists of large, infrequent bowel movements. This is due to a lack of mobility in the colon, resulting in sluggish bowels. This slow metabolic rate may be associated with depression and hypothyroid.


Overview of Constipation According to Ayurveda (one of five)

Constipation refers to bowel movements that are infrequent or hard to pass. The stool is often hard and dry. Other symptoms may include abdominal pain, bloating, and feeling as if one has not completely passed the bowel movement.

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Spelt and Herb Flatbread

You can just eat them on their own as the masala mix and fresh herbs make this recipe. Spelt is pungent, heating, light and dry, so it has an effect on all doshas, its great for Kapha, ok for Pitta and ok for Vata in smaller quantities.

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Roasted Red Pepper & Cauli Bowl

I made this today from a bunch of leftovers, Ayurveda sees leftovers as detrimental to our digestive system, but I think that with our fridges, life is less problematic, regarding this. What Ayurveda refers to is cooked leftovers, there is very little life left in the food and if we reheat there are fewer enzymes and more opportunity for bacteria.

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Delicious Millet Burgers

Delicious Millet Burgers. This is such an easy dish to prepare and everyone will love them, just take your time making them as they have a tendency to crumble. It just takes a little patience!


Really Healthy Pizza

Lots of people like pizzas but they are not very healthy, this one has more than enough of great ingredients to make it healthy and easy on the waistline. Using a selection of different flours/grains gives it extra nutrition. You can make the pizza topping to suit your taste, but remember to go easy on the cheese as this defeats the object of eating healthy, so a little feta goes a long way for taste.


Ayurveda & Obesity # 2

Digestive Fire & Tissues according to Ayurveda. When we make choices in our diet and lifestyle that weaken the digestive fire, this in turns increases toxins in our bodies, clogging the communication channels shrotas and thereby disrupting the formation of tissues.

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Ayurveda Herbs to help with Obesity #4

Ayurveda also gives us a pharmacopeia of herbs to help support us. Always ask your health practitioner for the correct herbs for you. This list can help you in your journey to reduce obesity.

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