An alternative vegetable curry recipe suitable for all constitutions. Light to digest, rich in flavours and balancing qualities, this Ayurvedic vegetable curry recipe is perfect served with plain basmati rice or roti and protein such as lentils, tofu, fish or chicken!
Healthy ketchup? Yes, that’s right. We now have a solution for health conscious mothers, who want to know what goes into their children’s mouth. Dr Deepika Rodrigo (B.A.M.S), Principle physician and Director of the Ayurvedic Clinic kindly shared with us her healthier Ayurvedic variation of children’s favourite sauce. Ready in a few minutes, this healthy ketchup recipe is an ideal occasional alternative to accompany pasta dishes, chicken or vegetables.
What is your doshas (unique body-mind constitution)? Have you got more air, space, water, earth or fire element present in your body? How do the five elements impact your health and proneness to specific disease? And why is it essential to know your doshas (unique constitution)?
Balancing pitta is easy, here’s a guide to help you stay cool this summer. The word Pitta is derived from the Sanskrit words Tapah Santaape, which means burning or heat. According to Ayurveda, summer is considered a hot (Pitta) season. This means that people with pitta constitutions will be affected by the environmental changes brought by the summer season.
Agni – the digestive fire in the stomach.
The concept of Agni is another central concept of Ayurveda. According to the science of life: A person with a healthy agni, is gifted with health and longevity. In our experience, regulated agni enables to optimise the functions of the body. It helps us feel strong, improves the immune system and overall health and energy levels.