Preparing Aloe Vera juice for this hot day ☀️Fresh from the Lakshmi Garden. Known as Kumari in Ayurveda, Aloe Vera is great for preventing constipation, calming excessive heat in the body, encouraging hydration and can be used externally for burns and rashes – these are just a few, there are many other benefits!
Regular head massage 💆🏻♀️ with Ayurvedic oils helps to encourage relaxation and sound sleep, hair growth and healthy colour. Below is a brief introduction to a few of our favourite hair oils available in the shop!
A few of the key ingredients include the herbs 🌿 bhringaraj and amalaki. Particularly useful in cooling the head, calming the mind, 🤯encouraging a healthy, dandruff free scalp and preventing premature greying.
Did you know that there are health benefits to donating blood? According to the Red Cross, one donation can save up to three lives. Not only are you supporting others, but as a donor you will also experience the benefits!
First of all, it should be noted that donating blood is not suitable for everyone. Thankfully, the blood services have strict protocols developed to keep both the donor and receiver safe. Your haemoglobin levels, blood pressure, medical history, and weight will be checked to ensure that you, the donor, are physically capable of donating blood. The blood is screened to make sure there are not blood-transmittable diseases that could be passed onto the receiver.
In Ayurveda there is a treatment process called Raktamokshana – please note,
Do you suffer from poor concentration, a busy mind and weak eyes? 🤯🧠👁
Try Trataka a gazing meditation 🧘🏻♀️
Trataka is a Sanskrit word which means “to look” or “ to gaze”.
For the purification of the mind, the thoughts and the senses this practice can be very helpful.
It is a meditation technique which focuses on a single point/ object. The object can be a candle 🔥 flame, picture of ones deity or guru, a flower 🌻, a 🍈 fruit or a leaf or a black dot on a white paper.
Have you suffered from Indigestion before?
This is a little write up for the Ayurveda lovers who like some more insight on the Ayurvedic perspective of Indigestion.
If you are a student and would like to deepen your knowledge, Lakshmi Ayurveda has setup a new training and mentoring program for Ayurvedic students commencing in February 2020.
The Sanskrit word Ajeerna is the description for indigestion in Ayurveda.
According to Ayurveda this disease is the root cause of many diseases and causes many types of pains such as amlapitta (heartburn, acidity, GERD, grahani (IBS), alasaka and visuchika (gastroenteritis).
Definition according to Mahadavan Nidana:
We have extended our treatment hours at Lakshmi Ayurveda!
Appointments available on Sundays and after 3pm on the weekdays to better suit your schedule.
You are welcome to call/text us at 0406 810 547 for further inquiry. We hope you have a great day!