Ayurvedic Life is essentially minimalist in its approach. It is the cheapest and the simplest. And you don’t need exotic herbs or expensive therapies to live an Ayurveda life. In this blog series, find out how you can live an Ayurvedic life with zero expenditure. Dedicated to all minimalists!
General Ayurveda Dietary Plan is where you can start your Ayurveda Journey, because you are what you eat!
Namaste, There is tons of “Ayurvedic” advice floating online. And they are meant to direct you to some “product”.However, many times they do not have any base in classical Ayurvedic text. I hope to create videos and animations on the authentic Ayurvedic text, with a logical explanation. But, Ayurved is healing wisdom. ItContinue reading “Most of Ayurvedic Information has no link to Authentic Ayurvedic Text!”
There is some food that can be consumed regularly but only in small quantities or after a short break. Salt is the best example of such food. Too little salt or too much salt, both will spoil the dish. But just the appropriate amount can do wonders to both the taste and the health. 3Continue reading “Good Food and Bad Food According to Ayurveda – Food that should be consumed in miniscule quantities”
Keeping in mind that food cannot be cooked separately for all persons in a house, Acharya Charak describes the food quality that should be taken regularly for all seasons and all prakrati, along with food that should be used very rarely by all prakrati individuals. However, it is particularly important to refrain from the badContinue reading “Good Food and Bad Food According to Ayurveda – I : Food that should not be consumed”
According to Ayurveda, the one who eats healthy food will never need any medicine; and the one who eats unhealthy food will never benefit from any medicine. Therefore it is important to know thy food!