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Gout/ Vatarakta from an Ayurvedic perspective

Are you an Ayurvedic student or a recent graduate and would like further mentoring and discover classical Ayurvedic text and look at disease from a classical Ayurvedic perspective. We are offering personalised mentoring programmes to suit…
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Are you bathing the Ayurvedic Way? Learn a few tips below.

Do you love a hot bath or shower? Hands up for me! Immersing in warm water is something I just LOVE. Bathing traditions are widespread and deep seated in the Indian culture. According to Vagbhata Astanga Sangraha, “a good bath…
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Tongue Cleaning

Good afternoon from Lakshmi Ayurveda! How did you go with your morning routine today? One of the most important foundations of Ayurveda is dinacharya, our daily routine. Following a routine can be challenging some days when…
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Nasya Karma.

“Aushadham aushadha siddho va Sneha nasikabhyam diyata iti nasyam.” Ss. Ci. 40/21. Shustruta says in the quote above that nasya is the drug, or sneha processed with drugs, which is administered through the nostrils. The…
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Have you heard of the six tastes according to Ayurveda?

Sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent tastes are all important to help the body produce healthy tissues. When too much or too little of a specific taste is taken, the body responds with faulty function. Remember! We all…
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Sushruta Samhita

The Sushruta Samhita is one of the ancient classical texts of Ayurveda. The text deals specifically with the development of surgery. Sushruta is often referred to as the Father of Surgery, called shalya in Sanskrit. It is recorded that…