Ayurveda | Everyday Ayurveda - Page 4 of 48 - Everything Ayurveda | Ayurveda Books

Everything Ayurveda. Daily.

  • Hibiscus-Mint-Sun-Tea
    Recipe: Hibiscus Mint Sun Tea

    Luscious and vibrant pink hibiscus, interspersed with bright green mint, delights your eyes as well as your taste buds and blood. You will feel soothed by this tea which...

    • June 28, 2015
    • 0
  • Handshake
    Learning Sacred Anatomy: Part 5—Sacred Politics

    (Check out the previously published parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 of Cate’s “Sacred Anatomy” series. Part 6, the final article in the series, comes next week…) Dear You, Today...

    • June 27, 2015
    • 0
  • Ashok blossom
    10 herbs for weight loss

    Excessive weight gain, or obesity, is a big problem these days and increasing due to lifestyles.  In the present time people are doing seated jobs and eating lots of junk/fast...

    • June 26, 2015
    • 0
  • Dairy: Test your tolerance

    Dairy, much like gluten, has been deemed by the health food culture as a “bad food.” Some studies have linked dairy products to just about everything from food intolerances...

    • June 25, 2015
    • 1
  • eating contest
    Eating for good digestion (part 2)

    (This article is a continuation from yesterday’s “Eating for good digestion, part 1…”) Building Balanced Agni and Eliminating Ama One of the principles or laws of nature Ayurveda teaches...

    • June 24, 2015
    • 0
  • Eat.
    Eating for good digestion (part 1)

    Ayurveda is India’s timeless traditional system of medicine. Although developed more than 5000 years ago, it is based on the fundamental, unchanging laws of nature so remains as relevant...

    • June 23, 2015
    • 1
  • brushing teeth
    Is coconut oil the new toothpaste?

    Believe it or not, before toothbrushes were invented, teeth brushing was still a thing! Frayed twigs were used to scrub or brush and clean the teeth. In India, neem...

    • June 22, 2015
    • 0
  • seated-twist-1024x730
    Beat the heat: cooling yoga poses

    A rich, spicy stew sure hits the spot on a winter evening. But on a sweltering summer day? Not so much. A cucumber salad will not only be more...

    • June 21, 2015
    • 0
  • Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images images@wellcome.ac.uk
    Learning Sacred Anatomy: Part 4—Applied Chemistry

    Don’t miss the first two articles in this series: Part 1; Part 2—Systems Theory; and Part 3—Sacred Chemistry. If you would like to listen to this article rather than read...

    • June 20, 2015
    • 0
  • Kidney_Cross_Section
    Kidney failure treatment in Ayurveda

    Kidney failure is also known as renal insufficiency. It is a disorder in which a person’s kidneys suddenly become incapable of removing waste products and toxins from the blood. The...

    • June 19, 2015
    • 2