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Bone health in Ayurveda

  • 2019/07/29

Asti dhatu or bones are one of the seven main tissues of the body. In Ayurveda, the bones and joints are considered the site of Vata in the body and are particularly prone to this element’s imbalances. The health of the tissues relies on tissue nutrition, which is ultimately a reflection of the health of agni or digestive fire. Follow a .... Read more


Ayurvedic Baby Food Recipes

  • 2019/07/26

Ayurveda considers breast milk ideal for babies. Exclusive breastfeeding is recommended until six months of age. In the absence of breast milk, the baby can be fed with organic and fresh goat or cow’s milk diluted with 1/3 of water. Added candy sugar makes it easy for digestion. Milk can also be fortified with herbs. Ayurveda categorizes b.... Read more


Benefits of Flaxseeds in Ayurveda

  • 2019/07/22

Flaxseeds are considered a superfood, the best natural alternative to support the immune system, augment vigour and muscular strength. Ayurveda considers them as Balya—a provider of strength. They help to balance the Vata element and are very effective in treating its disorders. Flaxseeds and flax oil are known as Medhya—brain booster.... Read more


Eight golden rules of Ayurveda dietetics

  • 2019/07/05

Ahara—or food in Ayurveda—is one of the three pillars, which maintain life. How, when and what we eat, is equally important. Ayurveda has basic dietary guidelines regarding choosing the appropriate food, combining foods, cooking methods as well as quality and quantity of food. Understanding these eight basic rules is very important to creat.... Read more