Ayurveda Pulse Diagnosis | Nadı Parıksa
The first Ayurvedic classic to describe pulse examination is Saarangadhara Samhita (13th century A.D.). Ayurvedic physician touches your wrist to sense pulse to probe deep into general state of health, illness and even bad prognosis. The wrist pulse on the right hand is for the men and on the left hand for the women. During pulse examination, Ayurvedic doctors look for various factors, they are:
Ayurvedic Vata Apple Breakfast Bowl
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Tumeric Broth Detox Soup | Feasting At Home
Turmeric Broth Detox Soup- A fragrant, healing broth with rice, lentils, kale, chickpeas and cilantro! | www.feastingathom...
Dear fellow Pittas, It’s hot outside, and if we don’t keep it cool, we will be an unpleasant (think: mean and anger), person to be around. Yes, the world needs us, and nothing could possibly be done correctly, if we don’t do it ourselves…BUT, do some seetali pranayama (breaths), stay in cool and comfortable temperature (continue reading...)
Kitchadi Cleanse Recipes, Ayurveda Guides — Hale Pule Ayurveda & Yoga
Kitchadi is Ayurveda's healing food. Hale Pule's delicious cleanse recipes will safely give your digestion a reset.
Food is one of the most important aspects for our health. Ayurvedic Diet provides a good nutrition and personalized plan that you can add easily to your lif
Sweet Potato with Pumpkin Spice & Mustard Seed
Nourishing, sweet and a touch spicy, Sweet Potatoes with Pumpkin Spice and Mustard Seeds will have the power to make you feel at home, no matter where you roam. Cinnamon and ginger combine remind you of Grandma's famous Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, while mustard seeds add a touch of the exotic. Enjoy this comforting meal on a fall day. Comfort Food Sweet potato is unique among comfort foods in its...(VP-K+)
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For a meal to be balance, we need to pay attention to the order in which we experience the 6 tastes.These are best digested if taken in a particular order based on doshas. Sweet and salty tastes are digested in the stomach, the first part of our gastrointestinal tract, by the kapha dosha. So it …