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Tridosha Theory

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Functions of Vata, Pitta and Kapha

Doshas are three subtle energies and essential factors of the human body that govern our entire physical structure and function. They are responsible for all the physiological and psychological processes, physical characteristic, mental capacity and the emotional tendencies.


Ayurvedic View On Sexual Activities

ayurvedic view on sexual activity

Ayurvedic values and sexual activity has often been a source of confusion. When referring to brahmacharya, the word celibacy is usually used. Strictly speaking, celibacy is not an accurate interpretation of this concept. Regulated or controlled sexual activity is a more precise explanation, although not a literal interpretation.


Ayurvedic Regimen for Restful Sleep


Ratricharya or Ayurvedic night regimen is important to maintain a good health. Ratri means night and charya means routine or regimen. Just like the day schedule, it is essential that you follow a course after you return from work.


Ayurvedic Daily Routine - Dinacharya

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Ayurveda is the only system of medicine that advises treatments for the healthy persons too with an objective of preventing disease and maintaining themselves in a healthy state. The dual-aim of the Ayurvedic system of medicine is to maintain the health (or prevent disease) and cure diseases.


Ayurvedic Massage Oil Recipe

Ayurvedic Massage Oil - recipe for all doshas

While there are different massage oils and methods of massage for people with different constitutions, there is a general purpose Ayurvedic massage oil that can be used for all body types when there is no specific vitiation of doshas.


Traditional Ayurvedic Turmeric Milk Recipe

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Turmeric milk has been used as Ayurvedic medicine for many thousands of years. It is Tridoshic, which means it is beneficial for all Ayurvedic constitutional types: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

Ayurvedic Dietary Guidelines

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Ayurveda considers food as the main preventive medicine and in the same time prime culprit for causing diseases. 

Basics Of Ayurveda

ayurveda basics, meaning and elements

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian science, which contains medical knowledge that is relevant even today. Its origin can be traced back to the Vedas, universally accepted as the oldest available texts.