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!
Holistic treatment, Psychosomatic approach, natural prevention and most importantly, the humanitarian attitude, there are so many things that we need to relearn from this ancient system of healing – Ayurveda!
Tridosha are the most complicated of all Ayurvedic concepts. Here is what I have understood about the trio.
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!”
Lifestyle can aggravate migraine and it can bring relief as well. Let’s make right lifestyle choices for permanent migraine relief.
Ayurvedic self-healing protocol for Migraine
Most of the people are not able to decide the right kind and right amount of food they need. Ayurveda has a the answer hidden in a sutra and the answer is unique for everyone!
According to great sage and Ayurveda pioneer Vagabhatta, you should eat healthy, eat less and eat according to the seasons! Let’s explore why eating less is crucial to good health!
Daily Ayurvedic water detox, Ushapaan is one of the important constituents of Dinacharya!
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”