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Ayurveda and Dharma

The Vedic texts describe 4 goals to life. These include Dharma, Kama, Artha and Moksha. Called Purushartha, these 4 aims are meant to help us live the most fulfilled life possible. Kama represents pleasure or desire. This often relates…

Charaka Samhita Reference

The nature and qualities of the soul I love the depth of wisdom that the classical texts provide. The soul is an observer, it observes all actions. We can use Ayurveda, yoga and meditation practices etc to strengthen our ability to…
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Yoni Vyapads, Women's Health and Prasuti Tantra

A little write up for the classical Ayurveda Lovers. Prasuti Tantra has always been a great interest of mine. I am very grateful to my teacher Dr Gayathri Bhat professor of Stri Roga and Prasuti Tantra. She has been so inspiring with…

Ashtanga Hridaya Classical Reference

Another classical reference from the Ashtanga Hridaya for all the lovers of Ayurveda. As always, we stress the importance of taking care of our mental health using Yogic and Ayurvedic practices. By using these practices we can cultivate…
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Why You Should Avoid Drinking Cold Water

If you have seen an Ayurvedic Practitioner before, you’ve most likely been told not to drink cold water. Room temperature, warm or hot is preferred. We are often asked, why? Before we reach for the ice water, iced coffee, cold water,…
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Taking Care of our Eyes

Do you suffer from poor eyesight, dry or puffy eyes, and other eye conditions? Here at the clinic we stress the importance of taking care of our eyes from a young age to prevent degeneration. Ayurveda has a number of treatments, herbs and…