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Alopecia - An Ayurvedic perspective

A very happy moment seeing our client yesterday at her follow up appointment. 😀 Our patient has experienced hair loss in a large circular patch.  Alopecia Areata is called Indralupta in Ayurveda.  Alopecia is an autoimmune disease…
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Windy 🌬 Weather Ayurvedic Advice

It’s such a windy day here in Fremantle! A perfect day to curl up on the couch with a warm cup of tea and a book 📚☕️ This weather is fitting for our post yesterday regarding the element of wind. The wind element, Vayu in Sanskrit.…
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Dry Brushing vs Garshana Brushing ✋🏼 - Which is better for you?

Have you heard of Dry Brushing? 🤔 Have you heard of Garshana? Below we will explain a bit more about the process of each - both are very beneficial to add into a daily routine ☀️ Your Ayurvedic Practitioner will inform you which is best…
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Are you a Cheese Lover?

Cheese is definitely something I have grown up with. Living close to the Swiss and Austrian border in Germany I can say I am from the “land of cheese”. But what does Ayurveda say about cheese? Fresh cheese is heavy, sweet…
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Ayurveda and Space Cleaning

Does your environment feel heavy? Looking to boost your productivity at work or lighten the vibe around your house? Ayurveda teaches that our senses are impacted by our environment. We are taught to implement daily practices that nourish and…
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Are you a nut Lover?

Hands up here, especially Walnuts and Almonds. Walnuts are called Akhrot in Hindi and Akshot in Sanksrit अक्षोट. Walnuts (along with Almonds) are considered to be the best nuts for Brmhana action (building tissue).…