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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…
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Why have an Ayurvedic massage (Abhyanga)?

Massage is the first friend which serves the human organism from the time of birth. In India it is a tradition to massage the body from one's very first day. The word Abhyanga is literally derived from the Sanskrit root -abhyani (abhi + anj),…