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Hemant Ritucharya – Selfcare for Winter Season

Hemant Ritucharya – Selfcare for Winter Season

by Vaidya Vishwanath November 23, 2022

The main goal of Ayurveda is to maintain the health of a person who is already healthy and to correct any imbalance for those who are unhealthy. This can be achieved by following Dinacharya (personal daily self-care regimen) and Ritucharya (personal seasonal self-care regimen). Each person’s dinacharya and ritucharya is personalized based on their prakriti (constitution), vikriti (imbalanced doshas), bala (strength), and agni (digestive power). By following both dinacharya and ritucharya the natural movement of the doshas is brought into balance and the person can remain free from diseases.

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Sharad Ritucharya – Selfcare For Fall Season

Sharad Ritucharya – Selfcare For Fall Season

by Vaidya Vishwanath September 21, 2022

Ayurveda suggests a simple fundamental principle for maintaining strong health. It is called dinacharya (daily routine) and ritucharya (seasonal routine). When you follow a well-designed daily and seasonal self-care routine suited toward your prakriti (personal constitution) which compensates for the seasonal ups and downs of the doshas, you can maintain good health, strength, and immunity.

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Grishma Ritucharya - Self Care for Summer Season

Grishma Ritucharya - Self Care for Summer Season

by Vaidya Vishwanath June 30, 2022

Grishma ritu occurs from July through mid-September and is the last season of Aadaan Kaala, the half year period of Uttarayana when the sun is moving toward the northern hemisphere. The intensity of the sun’s rays during this season is high and causes the depletion of kapha or moisture and cooling properties from the atmosphere.

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