April 2020

Boost Your Immunity with Ayurveda

The immunity of an individual is defined as the ability of the body to defend itself against disease-causing organisms. The concept of the immune system in Ayurveda extends beyond the physiological and cellular components recognized by western sciences. A healthy immune system is represented by physical, mental and emotional, as well as the spiritual resilience of an …

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Ayurvedic Spring Regimen

The wisdom of Ayurveda, stresses great importance on the transition between two seasons. One can think of this transition as a door from one season to the next. As we pass through this transition, we should consider a new lifestyle and new attitude as we pass from the old season and enter into a new season.

Golden Milk

Golden Milk (Turmeric milk) – Gold milk is a traditional Ayurvedic drink made with turmeric root (or ground turmeric), milk (originally made with cow’s milk, but can also be made with plant-based and dairy free milks like almond and coconut). Spices like black pepper, cinnamon are optional so are natural sweeteners like honey, maple sugar …

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Jala Neti

Jala Neti is one of the purification techniques of Shatkarma Yoga for cleansing the nasal passage by water (saline water). Jala Neti literally means ‘nasal cleansing’ in Sanskrit.


According to Ayurveda the Tridoshas are the energy force that govern every physiological and spiritual functions in the human body. A balance of the doshas is necessary for optimal health. Any imbalance in the tridoshas is thought to be the reason for diseases.

Dry Eyes

Dry eyes or Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca is a chronic lack of the water layer of tears which causes sufficient lubrication of the eye. There is generalised decrease in production of tears qualitatively and quantitatively. Our Tears are composed of three layers oily lipid layer, watery layer and mucous layer, problem in any of these layers results in dryness of eyes.


Khichdi, is a dish from the Indian subcontinent made from rice and lentils, but other variations include bajra and mung dal kichri. In Indian culture, it is considered one of the first solid foods that babies eat. Hindus, who avoid eating grains during fasting, eat Sabudana Khichadi made from sago.

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