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Ayurveda

Understanding Prakruti and Vikruti

Ayurveda, the science of life revolves around wellness from a deep spiritual level. It is a five-thousand-year-old science that strives to know and live the …

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Ayurveda

Rasas – The Six Tastes in Ayurveda

We all know the significance of food in our lives, but how often do we ponder the role that taste plays? Apart from helping us …

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Dinacharya – The Ayurvedic health ritual

Dinacharya are practices or rituals followed every day to make our days more balanced and effective. ‘Dinacharya’ comes from the Sanskrit words ‘Dina’ which means …

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Ayurveda

What is Panchakarma? Ayurveda’s natural treatment for detoxifying the body

Imagine that you purchase a brand new car that’s all shiny with top-of-the-line features and great on-road performance. You zoom with it through city traffic …

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The 20 Gunas in Ayurveda

‘Gunas’ means quality or attributes. These qualities define us, our universe and everything within the universe. Ayurveda uses twenty qualities or ten pairs of opposites …

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Ayurveda

Detox at home with Ayurveda- 5 Ways to restore balance.

The world is moving at a very fast pace. Every moment, every minute calls for action, innovation, and change. Our breakfast tables have turned into …

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Kapha Dosha – The Structural Energy of Life

According to Ayurveda, the five elements present in the universe, namely Fire, Water, Air, Earth, and Ether (space) are also the constituents of the individual. …

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Ayurveda

Pitta Dosha- The Energy Of Change

Everything in the universe is composed of the five great elements- the Panchamahabhutas, namely, Fire, Water, Ether, Earth, and Air. These elements construct the macrocosm …

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Vata Dosha – The energy of Motion

According to Ayurveda, the five elements present in the universe, namely Fire, Water, Air, Earth, and Ether (space) are also the constituents of the individual. …

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Doshas – The Three Fundamental Bioenergies.

Ayurveda is derived from two Sanskrit words, “Ayu” which means Life, and “Veda” meaning knowledge. Ayurveda collectively means, “The Knowledge Of Life”. This system of …