In moderation, all nuts and most seeds are pacifying to Vata. They are oily, nutritious, and they offer a power-packed combination of proteins and fats that are highly beneficial to Vata.

In moderation, all nuts and most seeds are pacifying to Vata. They are oily, nutritious, and they offer a power-packed combination of proteins and fats that are highly beneficial to Vata.

Joint Mudra – mudra for relieving Joints Pain    Joint mudra reduces excess vata and dryness in the joints. It restores energy and heals the wearied out ligaments/tendons/muscles at and around the joints. Joint mudra can be applied to counter sore joints. A large population is involved in desk jobs and spends a large part of their day sitting in front of computer screens. This leads to stiffness and soreness in elbows, wrist, fingers and knees. Joint mudra helps by restoring the energy and…

Joint Mudra – mudra for relieving Joints Pain Joint mudra reduces excess vata and dryness in the joints. It restores energy and heals the wearied out ligaments/tendons/muscles at and around the joints. Joint mudra can be applied to counter sore joints. A large population is involved in desk jobs and spends a large part of their day sitting in front of computer screens. This leads to stiffness and soreness in elbows, wrist, fingers and knees. Joint mudra helps by restoring the energy and…

Do you know your dosha?  Ayurveda is the traditional medicine of India originating over 5,000 years ago. Ayurveda is about finding balance in the body, mind, and spirit through nutrition, lifestyle, and exercise.  Your dosha is an energy believed to circulate in the body and determine physiological activity.  There are three doshas: vata, pitta, and kapha.

Do you know your dosha? Ayurveda is the traditional medicine of India originating over 5,000 years ago. Ayurveda is about finding balance in the body, mind, and spirit through nutrition, lifestyle, and exercise. Your dosha is an energy believed to circulate in the body and determine physiological activity. There are three doshas: vata, pitta, and kapha.

How to Build Your Plate, based on your Ayurvedic Dosha (Don't know your dosha? You can find that out from the website too!)

How to Build Your Plate, based on your Ayurvedic Dosha (Don't know your dosha? You can find that out from the website too!)

Ghee: A clarified butter rich in essential fats and vitamins....According to the Ayurveda, ghee has essential healing properties that are distinctly lacking in other butters. These properties, which are slowly being validated by Western science, are listed here. http://www.naturalnews.com/043114_ghee_saturated_fats_essential_vitamins.html

Ghee: A clarified butter rich in essential fats and vitamins....According to the Ayurveda, ghee has essential healing properties that are distinctly lacking in other butters. These properties, which are slowly being validated by Western science, are listed here. http://www.naturalnews.com/043114_ghee_saturated_fats_essential_vitamins.html

Organic basmati rice balances all three doshas. It is the best grain for balancing Pitta. It is cooling and a little heavy, so it is not recommended to eat every day. Three to four servings per week are ideal. Basmati rice is also made into flour, which can be used for baking. Get the recipe: http://ow.ly/hTMTk

Organic basmati rice balances all three doshas. It is the best grain for balancing Pitta. It is cooling and a little heavy, so it is not recommended to eat every day. Three to four servings per week are ideal. Basmati rice is also made into flour, which can be used for baking. Get the recipe: http://ow.ly/hTMTk

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