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Relieve and Strengthen Frozen Shoulder with Ayurveda

Relieve and Strengthen Frozen Shoulder with Ayurveda

by Vaidya Vishwanath May 25, 2022

Frozen shoulder is closely related to avabahuka in Ayurveda. Avabahuka is a shoulder joint disorder described in the ancient text Acharya Sushruta. The cause of Avabahuka is mainly imbalanced vata dosha and in the later stages, kapha dosha.

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Dinacharya the Path to Longevity and Living Well

Dinacharya the Path to Longevity and Living Well

by Vaidya Vishwanath May 13, 2022

An Ayurvedic practitioner will personalize your dinacharya plan by considering your dosha (prakriti), climate (desha), age (daha), activity (acharya), and imbalance (vikriti). When the effects of all these factors are considered, a personalized dinacharya plan becomes a powerful tool for improving and maintaining your best health.

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Is Juice Cleansing Ayurvedic?

Is Juice Cleansing Ayurvedic?

by Vaidya Vishwanath May 07, 2022

The Kottakkal USA juice cleanse is specifically designed to balance vata dosha. By choosing specific vegetables that cleanse and nourish the digestive system,the combination of ash gourd, bottle gourd, and ginger is balancing to all three doshas!

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Hemorrhoid Management with Ayurveda

Hemorrhoid Management with Ayurveda

by Vaidya Vishwanath April 16, 2022

Ayurveda recognizes a condition called arsha with the same symptoms as hemorrhoids. According to Ayurveda, the root cause is improper eating and lifestyle practices. The tri-energies of vata, pitta, kapha are aggravated, causing the vitiation of both vata and pitta doshas. The vitiated pitta dosha accumulates ama within the digestive system. Vata then becomes obstructed within the digestive channel. This causes the tissue to protrude both internally and externally.

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Allergies: Healing the Root Cause

Allergies: Healing the Root Cause

by Vaidya Vishwanath April 01, 2022

Ayurveda recognizes the main cause of allergies as the accumulation of ama (toxic buildup from improperly digested foods due to weak digestion) combined with low ojas (immunity). There are reasons why allergies are triggered: typically, a genetic predisposition combined with an unhealthy diet and lifestyle habits, mental stress, emotional trauma, seasonal changes, and chronic illness. All of these deplete ojas and weaken the immune system.

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Healthy Hair Care with Herbal Oils

Healthy Hair Care with Herbal Oils

by Vaidya Vishwanath March 25, 2022

Who doesn’t love long, thick, shiny, healthy hair? Healthy hair is often indicative of good health in other aspects of the body and mind. The ancient science of Ayurveda thinks healthy hair is so important, in fact, it has its own term: keshya. Keshya means “that which is good for healthy hair.” Healthy hair depends on three factors. Read on to learn more!

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Fundamentals of Ayurvedic Juicing: Part Two

Fundamentals of Ayurvedic Juicing: Part Two

by Vaidya Vishwanath March 17, 2022

According to Ayurveda, there are two very important rules for maintaining strong digestive strength or agni. The first one is to consume food only when you are truly hungry and the second one is to eat until your stomach is three quarters full. If your digestive strength or agni remains strong throughout your life, then and only then will you achieve the best possible health.

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Caring for the Senses with Triphaladi Oil

Caring for the Senses with Triphaladi Oil

by Vaidya Vishwanath March 10, 2022

The shiras, or head, is a crucial part of the body as it’s the seat of the pancha jnanendriyas: the five sense organs. According to Ayurveda, the shiras is the location where the indriya (sense organs), indriyavahasrotas (channels of the sense organs), and pranavaha srotas (channels of vital life energy) are located and intersect with one another. It’s important to care for the head, and the best way to do that? Triphaladi Oil!

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The Fundamentals of Ayurvedic Juicing

The Fundamentals of Ayurvedic Juicing

by Vaidya Vishwanath March 02, 2022

Fresh juice contains high concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients containing anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatories. In Ayurveda, juicing is used to improve health as well as cleansing and detoxification. But there are specific ways to juice in Ayurveda to get the most out of the fruits and vegetables!

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