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Haritha Ayurveda Academy
We gives value the importance of healthy life and present Ayurvedic solutions for the same.
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Oct 12
Checking out "Ayurveda Therapy - Shiro Abhyanga Benefits" on Whazzup-U:
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Oct 4
Due to turmeric's heating quality, it helps to balance Kapha and Vata doshas (mind-body types), and due to its bitter taste, it helps to balance the Pitta dosha, thus making it tri-doshic. .
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 27
Ayurvedic texts have mentioned that a human is entwined indefinitely with the nature and the cosmos. For more visit:-
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 27
We are eating too much of the wrong thing, and not enough of the right thing.Let’s eat colorful fruit and veggies to protect against diseases. www.harithasparishikeshcom
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 27
Massage is not just a luxury. It’s a way to a healthier, happier life.
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 24
Tulsi or holy basil tea is an ideal beverage for vata and kapha and also suitable for pitta..
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 23
Start the day out with a mug of warm water and the juice of half a lemon. It's a simple ritual that can change your body in a big way.
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 23
Ahimsha a Sanskrit word means peace one of the five yamas, which are the ethical, moral and societal guidelines for yogis. Ahimsa can be distilled into a practice of non-violence in all aspects of life, from the physical to the mental and emotional.
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 23
Daisy has anti-inflammatory and mild astringent properties and has been used internally, in tea form, as herbal remedy for the common cold, bronchitis and other inflammation of the upper respiratory tract.
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 17
Turmeric is a golden spice which has a lots of medicinal properties.
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 13
The element air, called “vayu” in Sanskrit, is the second of the five great elements (pancha mahabhutus).
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 13
Ether in Ayurveda. The element ether, called “akasha” in Sanskrit is the first of the five great elements (pancha mahabhutus). . Often referred to as “space,” it is the essence of emptiness.
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 11
The Five Elements: Water in Ayurveda. The element water, called “apas” in Sanskrit, is the fourth of the five greatelements (pancha mahabhutus)
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 11
Agni in Sanskrit means "fire", The Ayurvedic concept of fire, or agni.Agni happens to be the entity that is responsible for all digestive and metabolic processes in the human beings.
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 7
AS it's name watermelon is over 90 percent water,“So it's low in calories .It's hydrating, refreshing, and can help you feel full, at least temporarily.
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 7
Oranges are low in calories and full of nutrients, they promote clear, healthy, skin and can help to lower our risk for many diseases as part of an overall healthy and varied diet.
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Sep 6
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Haritha Ayurveda Academy Aug 31
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