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Ayurveda’s Favorite Detox Beverage: CCF Tea

Ayurveda’s Favorite Detox Beverage: CCF Tea Ayurveda's favorite detox drink, CCF Tea, is made using your simple kitchen spices like cumin, coriander, and fennel. CCF Tea is considered Ayurveda’s miracle tea when it comes to [...]

Gut Health According to Ayurveda

Gut Health According to Ayurveda In Ayurveda, it’s not what we eat that matters most but what we digest is key! How do you improve digestion? In this blog post, I share some Ayurvedic tips [...]

Sapta Dhatu: the 7 tissue layers in Ayurveda

Sapta Dhatu: 7 tissue layers in Ayurveda Sapta Dhatu refers to the seven fundamental tissues that constitute the human body according to Ayurveda. Derived from the Sanskrit word “Dhātu,” meaning “that which holds,” Dhatus represent [...]

The one must-have Ayurvedic recipe for fall

The one must-have Ayurvedic Recipe for fall! There is a reason I want to share this Ayurvedic recipe (a massively adapted version from Kate O’Donnell’s “The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook”) for red lentil soup. Hippocrates said,“Leave [...]

What are the six stages of disease formation in Ayurveda?

What are the six stages of disease formation in Ayurveda? When I hear someone say, “Suddenly, my father, brother, sister, mother, partner, or friend died of a heart attack,” I listen compassionately but don’t necessarily [...]

Three Pillars of Health According to Ayurveda

Three pillars of health according to Ayurveda According to Ayurveda, we can only enjoy an optimal health state of health or ‘Svastha,’ when the ‘Three Pillars of Health’ are in proper balance. In Sanskrit, the word [...]

Ayurveda and Incompatible Foods

Ayurveda and Incompatible Foods Incompatible foods wreak havoc on our mind-body eventually. Ever drink banana milkshake and feel congested or stuffy? Milk which contains lactogen and certain fruits, such as bananas, which also contain common [...]

Cause of Disease According to Ayurveda

Cause of Disease According to Ayurveda Ayurveda teaches us that disease begins when we forget our nature or our own true Self.  Ayurveda also teaches us that most diseases don't happen overnight. There are six [...]

What is the Ayurvedic clock?

What is the Ayurvedic clock? In the modern world, we look at time differently. The bigger chunk of our day is devoted to our jobs or learning (daycare/school/college). Then we allocate time for sleep, food, [...]

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