- Herb Profile: Turmeric
- Recipe: Hibiscus Mint Sun Tea
- Learning Sacred Anatomy: Part 5—Sacred Politics
- 10 herbs for weight loss
- Dairy: Test your tolerance
- Eating for good digestion (part 2)
- Eating for good digestion (part 1)
- Is coconut oil the new toothpaste?
- Beat the heat: cooling yoga poses
- Learning Sacred Anatomy: Part 4—Applied Chemistry
All posts by Suleyka Montpetit
3 Keys to Getting Unstuck
Here’s a feeling we all know: being in a “funk”, feeling stuck, heavy, dull. It might manifest in boredom, repetitive behaviour, having no fire for anything other than sitting around. Often when we’re in this stated of...
- Posted April 19, 2014
Hanuman’s Secret to a More Meaningful Life
Hanuman is, quite honestly, one of India’s most entertaining Gods. If you are familiar with Hinduism and the great hindu epic the Ramayana, you know that Hanuman if almost a superhero, showing up and saving the day,...
- Posted April 15, 2014
What is the Quintessential Herb for the Female Reproductive System?
What would you expect of a plant whose name actually means “One with Hundred Husbands”? Whoever named Shatavari had a clear thing on their mind… And for good reasons! Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) is often considered one of...
- Posted April 10, 2014
The Unlikely Ally of the Natural Hair Movement
A few years ago I saw the hilarious and revealing Chris Rock documentary Good Hair, which talk about the tribulations and lenghts that African-American women go to achieve “good hair”: chemical relaxers, thousands of dollars and human...
- Posted April 9, 2014
3 Reasons Why Raw Vegan Desserts Make you Feel Awful
So a friend invites you to a new hip raw food joint. Salads and rolls dominate the menu, as well as clever interpretations of “lasagna”, “pasta” and other well-known dishes. You are reminded by your waiter that...
- Posted April 8, 2014
The Ugly Side of Calcium Supplements
We’ve all heard the Calcium gospel being chanted over and over again to women of menopausal age: take calcium supplements. As osteoporosis becomes more prevalent, the medical community has offered the same response for years. Milk products...
- Posted April 4, 2014
5 Ayurvedic Experts to Watch
When I started exploring Ayurveda 10 years ago, there wasn’t much variety in term of bona fide Ayurvedic authors and experts in the West; Vasant Lad, David Frawley and Robert Svoboda were the holy trinity as far...
- Posted March 31, 2014
3 Strange Things that Happened To Me on an Ayurvedic Cleanse
Jacob and I have been deliberating, weighting the pros and cons, but in the end we both decided to do the Colorado Cleanse again this spring. This will be Jacob’s fifth time and my second time doing...
- Posted March 27, 2014
5 Surprisingly Powerful Herbs you Can Grow in Your Garden
If I ask you to name an Ayurvedic herb, what come first to mind? Maybe Turmeric? Or spices such as cardamom, cinnamon and ginger found in chai? Or maybe you’re thinking about the world’s most popular herbal...
- Posted March 20, 2014
Pathway to Perfect Health : A Free Course by Jai Dev Singh
Jai Dev Singh is a force to be reckoned with; he is a yogi, teacher and practitioner of Ayurvedic Medicine. His innovative Ayurveda and Yoga courses have been attended and studied by thousands of people throughout the...
- Posted March 19, 2014