When the leaves change colors, fall from their branches, and drift away across the landscape, we are witnessing Vata in nature – the energy of movement. When the summer flowers finish their lifespan, become dry and rough, and return to the earth as primary elements we can understand the Vata characteristic of aging, cycling, and satisfying the grasp of time over matter.… Read More Vata Balancing in Fall & Winter
People with a pitta predominant nature suffer the most in the heat of Summer, but we can all benefit from learning how to pacify pitta.… Read More Pacifying Summer Pitta
This second article in The Benefits of Ayurvedic Medicine series examines the herb Amla (also known as Amalaki). Amla is one of the most famous Ayurvedic herbs of all time. It’s delicious to eat and benefits the body inside and out, from head to foot. Research has even shown that Amla can improve certain chronic ailments. …… Read More The Benefits of Ayurvedic Medicine: Amla
Although not offically part of the ‘Benefits of Ayurvedic Medicine’ series, this article illuminates the beneficial effect of Amla on blood sugar levels in those suffering from diabetes. … Read More A Natural Diabetes Treatment That Works!
The first in a series of articles on Ayurvedic herbs and preparations, Agastya Rasayanam, also known as Agastya Haritaki (Hareetaki) Vasasyana,Agasthya-Rasayanam is an Ayurvedic medicine famously used to treat asthma and other chronic respiratory conditions. But that’s not all …… Read More The Benefits of Ayurvedic Medicine: Agastya Rasayanam