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Haritaki

Haritaki is an Ayurvedic fruit known for its ability to balance digestion, especially vata type digestion for those experiencing bloating, flatulence and constipation. It has 5 of the 6 tastes - sweet, sour, astringent, bitter and pungent,…
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Our Perspective on Brown and Wild Rice.

We recently had a client visit the clinic asking whether to incorporate wild, white or brown rice into their meals. This is a question we are often asked, as many people are of the mindset that brown rice is superior. Our client was experiencing…
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Classical Reference - Agni

Taking care of our Agni, digestive fire During a consultation, an Ayurvedic practitioner will assess the health of your Agni and determine Vihara (lifestyle), Ahara (diet) and aushadham (medicines) suitable for you. Agni contributes…
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Pitta Churna

Freshly prepared Pitta churna. A delicious blend of cumin, coriander, fennel, turmeric, cardamom, mint, ginger and cinnamon to keep your Pitta in balance. Homemade in Lakshmi’s kitchen. beneficial in heartburn reduces inflammation reduces…

Types of Agni

What type of Agni do you have? From an Ayurvedic perspective, 4 states of Agni are mentioned in the classical texts. What is agni? Simply explained, agni is our metabolic functioning that contributes to our ability to digest, absorb…
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Seasonal Routine in Ayurveda

Wow, the weather here in Perth has sure been changing! What a windy 🌬 few days it has been! This leads us to the topic of seasonal routine in Ayurveda. Do you follow a seasonal routine? Called Rtucharya in Ayurveda, Ayurveda recommends…