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Healthy and Unhealthy Stools

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Ayurveda is a complete system of health and medicine that incorporates a healthy lifestyle, herbs, food herapy, cleansing practices, marma points, massage, yoga and meditation. Health arises as a by-product when the following are balanced in the body: the doshas (biological forces), dhatus (tissues), malas (wastes), sense organs and a properly functioning mind. Ayurveda works at a gentle, …

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Leaky Gut

leaky gut

The most common Ayurvedic prescription in India today is a gentle but powerful herbal gut-healer called Triphala. With origins dating back 6,000 years, Ayurvedic medicine’s ancient healers have understood the importance of the gut or millenea. And they are right. Most medical disorders can be traced back to your gut. If you …

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Trivrilleham

Mortar and pestle on the pharmacist's table

Trivrit Lehyam is an effective Ayurvedic medicine for constipation. It is in herbal jam form. It is also known as Trivritadi Lehyam and Trivrilleham. The trivrit herb which is native to India is a climber with a twisting stem. The Sanskrit name trivrit means ‘thrice twisted’ as the stems grow in an intertwined fashion. Found in many Ayurvedic preparations, trivrit is …

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Diseases of Vata, Pitta and Kapha

Different sciences analyse the material world from various perspectives and angles, and present a collection of successful data in a methodological manner. In Indian science, a philosophical approach is taken and can be seen very clearly. This philosophical background is common for the arts, sciences and technology. Ayurveda approaches knowing any kind …

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Seasonal Routines

four seasons

Do you notice that you feel differently in the light and dark? day and night? summer and winter? That you crave different foods, have different sleeping patterns, and experience different moods? We are circadian beings, which means our ability to survive and thrive as a species depends on our connection …

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Kledaka kapha

Kledaka kapha is one among the five subtypes of kapha. Kleda means ‘moist’. Kledaka means ‘that which causes moistness’. Kledaka kapha is that kapha being located in the stomach, on receiving food, gets mixed with it and moistens it so as to prepare it into a bolus. This allows the food to be digested as a …

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3 types of psychophysiological constitution: Doshas

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In the human body, various anatomical structures and physiological processes have common attributes, and are closely influenced by each other. Such related structures and functions are grouped into three governing principles in Ayurveda. These three psycho-physiological governing factors are called doshas. The Sanskrit names for these three governing factors or doshas …

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