Monthly Archives - April 2016


“Ama – Undigested Putrid “- The Seedbed for Diseases to Thrive!

“Sarve Rogha Mandagni” ……….Amashyasamuthpanna! All the diseases starts from our low digestive capacity which is located in Amashaya-the stomach ……! The great Ayurvedic Physician Vhagbhatta. Imagine you are driving your beautiful new car on the highway with great music and suddenly, one of the tires gets punctured by a big nail. Now, imagine driving your car with one tire. You feel like your missing one leg and cannot walk straight …isn’t it?  There is no balance.According to Ayurveda, perfect health can be like enjoying your beautiful new car with great music.  The [...]


The Elixir of life: RASAYANA

It’s spring time. The grass looks greener today. Almost all the snow has melted. The days will be longer now. The flowers will bloom. The sun will shine brighter taking away with it the cold winter blues. Nature has so much to offer. Each day brings with it new avenues to be explored. Old will make way for new. Growing and ageing is part of life. To enjoy bountiful offerings made by the ever changing world, we need to be healthy and happy. We often wish to have control [...]


Diet for Anemia -Simple guide for improvement

Anemia is mostly caused due to a nutritional deficiency of certain nutrients such as iron, vitamin B12 and folic acid. Since the origin of this disorder is mostly due to dietary deficiency it is necessary to alter diet to provide the missing nutrients and thus improve the condition.Anemia is a common problem in every age group of our country due to inadequate diet and low intake of iron. Anemia can be resolved from the modification of the diet based on the cause of anemia and the nutrient that is deficient. Iron deficiency anemia is the most common form of [...]

seasonal regime

Season and Seasonal Regimen-Identification and Practical Application in Different parts of Globe

The living system is a miniature of the outer universe. Every natural phenomenon is reflected and represented within individual. Ayurveda understands that the universe is nurtured and governed by three cosmic forces: Soma (Moon), Surya (Sun) and Anila (Air). These three forces are represented by Kapha, Pitta and Vata within living system which nurtures and governs the living system. (Sushruta Samhita Sutra Sthana : 21/8) Soma is responsible for increase in Bala (strength), accumulation of energy and pertains to Sheeta (Cool) character. Surya is responsible for extorting Bala out, [...]