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Happy Diwali!

From the team at Lakshmi Ayurveda, we wish you and your loved ones a very Happy Diwali! This festival is one of the most popular celebrations originating in India. Festivities are held in India and around the world for five days and is known…

Have you heard of Sariva?

Sariva is known as Indian Sarsaparilla, a beautiful red Ayurvedic herb used in a number of different indications ❣️ Its main indication is to treat skin conditions, fever, gout, urinary tract infections and other conditions associated with…
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Aval Vilayiccatu – Sweetened Rice Flakes

Sweetened rice flakes (Aval vilayiccatu) Sweetened rice flakes are so easy to prepare and so delicious. It is a favourite tea time snack of Kerala. Rice flakes are called prthuka in Sanskrit. Rice flakes or also known as flattened rice…
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News – Lakshmi Ayurveda is open again!

After having a wonderful journey to mother India, Lakshmi Ayurveda is open again to provide authentic Ayurvedic treatments for everyone looking to improve or promote their health. While in India I have sourced more certified organic products…
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Lakshmi Ayurveda going to India

Lakshmi Ayurveda is attending a Panchakarma workshop and the 4th World Ayurveda Congress & Arogya Expo in Bangalore, India - www.ayurworld.org. During the period from the 3/12 - 22/12 there will be no treatments or consultations availabe.…
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Rheumatoid Arthritis – An Ayurvedic perspective

In Ayurveda rheumatoid arthritis is known as amavata and was described in great detail by Madhava. Amavata is named after the two involving pathological factors - Ama and Vata and is the condition where stiffness of the body occurs due to lodgement…