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Ayurveda facial Marma massage

An important part of the ancient Indian system of medicine known as Ayurveda is the practise of self massage, or Abhyanga.  Massage helps tone the muscles, reduces stress, eliminates waste by improving lymphatic drainage from tissues, and improves energy levels. … Continue reading

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Welcome to Autumn (Fall) season, the Vata season

Autumn (Fall) season represents the major transition of mother earth from warm season to cold season. Temperatures, which, just a few weeks ago were raging with the intense heat of summer, are beginning to hint at the telltale crispness of … Continue reading

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Eat fresh, eat seasonal

In Ayurveda, it is taught and practised to eat what is locally grown in season. Food fresh from the earth is still thriving with living energy that cannot be duplicated anywhere else. When we eat foods closet to their natural … Continue reading

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Huskurer mot allergier:

Våren är äntligen här efter lång vinter. Men för många kommer våren med allergie. Med symtom som rinnande näsa, nysningar, kliande och till och med astma. Enligt ayurveda är ama (osmält mat som blir slaggprodukter) och låg immunitet är huvud … Continue reading

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LAVAN Rasa – SALTY Taste

Lavan – Salt Effect on health : It cleanses sticky mucus and opens body channels for smooth flow, stimulates digestive fire. Enhances taste as salt brings taste to all food. Foods that have Salty taste – Salt, sea salt, rock salt … Continue reading

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Amla Rasa – Sour Taste

2. AMLA Rasa- SOUR Taste Effects on health – enhance taste experience by cleansing and stimulating taste buds, also cleanses body waste smoothly. It improves appetite, digestion and blood circulation. Foods that have Sour taste – (recommended) Lemon/lime, Gooseberries, Oranges, … Continue reading

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Madhura Rasa- Sweet Taste, Ayurvedic Nutrition

Shad Rasa Ahar – 6 Tastes in Meal Ayurveda has developed a very simple dietary program – the SIX TASTES. It teaches that all six tastes (Sweet, Sour, Salty, Bitter, Pungent, Astringent) should be eaten at every meal for us … Continue reading

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