This detox rice and lentil soup, is a traditional medicinal recipe. It is light, nourishing and easy to digest. It enables our digestive system to rest and to facilitates elimination of accumulated toxins.
In Ayurveda, sweet and unctuous foods support healthy bowel elimination.
The herb Sathavari (Asparagus racemosus) is a Ayurvedic rejuvenation herb that benefits women’s heath & fertility. Shatavari is helpful in a wide range of feminine disorders from menstrual disorders, to fertility and uterine imbalances. It is also used as a nerve tonic, antiseptic, immuno-stimulant, emollient, diuretic, rejuvenative, antispasmodic, emmenagogue, and anti diarrhoeal.
Black raisins are praised and used in many cultures for their unique properties. In Ayurveda, black raisins juice they are known in particular to improve appetite, eye sight and libido, to relieve stress, constipation and thirst.
This anti-inflammatory porridge recipe is recommended for conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis to help reduce the inflammation and eliminate accumulated toxins by optimising the digestive function.
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This ayurveda porridge for cold and flu, is an immune system booster and reduces bodily inflammation.
Doctors at The Ayurvedic Clinic in London have shared natural preventive measures for viral infections such as COVID-19.
You can make this tonic at home using ingredients found in any supermarket. It can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Ingredients: 100g fresh ginger 6 limes 6 teaspoons honey 3 teaspoons brown sugar 100ml water Method: Cut, peel and blend ginger in blender with half a cup of water (or […]
Many every day health imbalances can be prevented by adopting simple dietary habits. Most dietary habits to prevent heath imbalances are common sense, but may have been forgotten due to information overload, stress, hyperactivity and lack of connection with our intuitive faculty.