The intestinal parasite cleansing soup makes use of foods and spices that destroy intestinal worms and parasites.
Processed yeast used in most bakery and supermarket breads tends to to make bread rise faster than traditional sourdough process, but causes digestion problems and is heating for the body causing bloating, gas, inflammation in the digestive tract and overall aggravating pitta.
Ayurvedic chutneys not only taste delicious and enhance ayurvedic meal flavours, but they also help stimulate your agni and facilitate digestion.
A nourishing, grounding ayurvedic recipe particularly suited to vata and pitta dosha and autumn/winter season.
This delicious Ayurvedic shake recipe is a delicious energiser that promotes peace of mind and healthy immune system.
These yeast free flat breads are quick to make, delicious and go well with soups, main dishes for lunch or dinner.
A balancing and moisturising porridge with spices, dried fruits and nuts
A nourishing and satisfying ayurvedic breakfast recipe which is also light on the digestive system. Suitable in all seasons and all constitution (tri-doshic recipe), this mung dahl coconut rice porridge is balancing for vata, pitta and kapha and pitta reducing recipe, which means it is especially recommended for pitta constitutions or pitta imbalances which mostly relate […]
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 […]
What is ghee? What are the health benefits of ghee from an ayurvedic point of view? Here’s all you need to know about ghee and how to make it. “Capable of giving a thousand good effects by a thousand kinds of processing” Vagbhata’s Astanga Hrdayam