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Our next workshop details have been finalised!

We hope you can join us on Saturday, May 29th for our Ayurvedic Cold and Flu Season Home Remedies workshop. This workshop is great for anyone interested in experiencing a healthy winter season for both yourself and your family. Great…
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It’s Pomegranate season here in Perth!

Pomegranates are called Dadima in Sanskrit or Anar in Hindi. The fruit, bark of the fruit and the roots are used in Ayurveda for medicinal purposes. It is rich in levels of Vitamin C, Pectin, Sterols, Alkaloids, and Tannins. It is also…
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Ayurveda and Parasites.

The Madhava Nidanam, one of the classical texts of Ayurveda, explains the causes, complications and symptoms of numerous diseases. Chapter 7 explains in detail about internal and external parasites. ‘Krimi’ is the Sanskrit word for parasite…
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Calling all sore feet 🦶

Ishtika Sveda at Lakshmi Ayurveda 🧱 🦶 🌬 This is one of the most effective sudation therapies for heel pain. 🦶 Isthtika is a Sanskrit word for brick 🧱and sveda is a sudation/ sweat🌬 inducing treatment. Ayurveda uses…
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Happy Autumn!

Called Rtucharya in Ayurveda, Ayurveda recommends following a seasonal routine. Classical references describe six ritus, or seasons. Sarat is Autumn in Sanskrit. Ayurveda also describers Ritusandhi, which is the time between seasons. The…
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Day 8 our Dhanyamla is ready for your treatment.

We hope you have been following us for the last few days on how to make Dhanyamla. Dhanyamla is made out of two words Dhanya (cereals, grains) and amla meaning sour. We have prepared the formulation according to the classical…