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Herb of the Season: Rujamari (Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis)

Herb of the Season: Rujamari (Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis)


February 05, 2019

The Ancients were well acquainted with the shrub, which had a reputation for strengthening the memory. On this account it became the emblem of fidelity for lovers. It holds a special position among herbs from the symbolism attached to it

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Category: Herbs

Herb of the Season: Sahijan (Moringa olifeira)

Herb of the Season: Sahijan (Moringa olifeira)


April 16th, 2020

Sahijan (Moringa) is a plant that is native to the sub-Himalayan areas of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan but currently is also grown throughout the tropics. The leaves, bark, flowers, fruit, seeds, and root are used to make medicine.

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Category: Herbs

Herb of the Season: Vacha (Calamus, Acorus calamus)

Herb of the Season: Vacha (Calamus, Acorus calamus)


April 28, 2018

For centuries, Vacha (also known as Calamus and Sweet Flag) has been among the most revered herbs of traditional Chinese medicine and of Ayurveda, and has been one of the most renowned herbs used for mental and emotional disorders and for diseases of the nervous system.

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Category: Uncategorized

Herb of the Season: VAMSALOCHANA (Bambusa arundinaceae)

Herb of the Season: VAMSALOCHANA (Bambusa arundinaceae)


May 24, 2020

Bamboo grows all over India, especially Assam. Although all parts of the plant are now used, actual Vamsalochana itself, the most medicinally active part of the plant is silica-like paste secreted into and collected from inside the hollow internodes of bamboo.

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Category: Herbs

Herb of the Season: Yugmaphallottatna (Caralluma fimbriata)

Herb of the Season: Yugmaphallottatna (Caralluma fimbriata)


November 25, 2019

Caralluma Fimbriata, known to Sanskrit as Yugmaphallottatna, is a species of the Caralluma genus of succulent cacti that has long been used as an appetite suppressant, often serving as a ‘famine food’ and thirst quencher when other sources of nourishment are in poor supply or absent. Western-based biomedical research is scant, but apparently validates these usages.

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Category: Herbs

how to become ayurvedic doctor?

how to become ayurvedic doctor?


July 26, 2021

People always ask us How to become ayurvedic doctor?. In the USA and Canada, there are no national educational or legislative standards to become an Ayurveda Practicioner, Health Counselor or Doctor.

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KUNDALINI SYNDROME: The Dangers of Unpreparedness

KUNDALINI SYNDROME: The Dangers of Unpreparedness


October 25, 2020

Different spiritual traditions teach methods of "awakening" kundalini for the purpose of reaching spiritual enlightenment. Kundalini is described as lying "coiled" at the base of the spine, represented as either a goddess or sleeping serpent waiting to be awakened.

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Reiki Shamanism: A Guide to Out of Body Healing

Reiki Shamanism: A Guide to Out of Body Healing


December 28, 2020

Jim PathFinder Ewing (Nvnehi Awatisgi), Reiki Shamanism's author (Findhorn Press, Findhorn Scotland, 2008), is a journalist, author, shaman and Reiki master internationally known for his books on energy medicine that have been published in a variety of languages and is considered a pioneer in the study of ecospirituality, spiritual ecology and environmental shamanism.

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Swarna Prashana: Ayurvedic “Vaccination”?

Swarna Prashana: Ayurvedic “Vaccination”?


June 27th, 2018

According to the website thehealthmania.com/ the Prashana (also known as Swarna Bindu Prashana or Suvarnaprashana) is an Ayurvedic procedure involving the oral administration of Swarna Bhasma (gold ash) mixed with honey and ghee (often fortified with Brahmi, Shankupushpi, Vacha, etc.) …

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Category: Education

The Prevention and Treatment of Food Poisoning

The Prevention and Treatment of Food Poisoning


May 05, 2020

Food poisoning (also known as foodborne illness and colloquially referred to as ptomaine poisoning) is an illness resulting from the consumption of contaminated food.

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Understanding Vipaka, Post-Digestive Taste

Understanding Vipaka, Post-Digestive Taste


February 22, 2020

In studying Ayurveda’s understanding of the physiological effects of food and drug materials, we rely upon four pillars: rasa (taste), virya (heating or cooling energy), vipaka (post-digestive taste) and prabhava (unique, contrary or anomalous properties of the substance that cannot be accounted for by its rasa, virya or vipaka).

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Using Ayurveda to Tame Gastric Reflux

Using Ayurveda to Tame Gastric Reflux


July 13, 2020

Acidity is related to heartburn (also known as ‘Reflux’ or GERD) and gas formation in the stomach. In acidity, acid reflux or gastro-esophageal reflux disease, or as it is known in Ayurveda urdhva gata amalpitta, there is a movement of gastric juices from the stomach into the lower esophagus

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