Overall Ayyappala Coconut Skin Oil has these three powerhouse ingredients that are TriDoshic along and together are especially Pitta and Kapha-pacifying. The more severe the condition, the more often this oil should be used for abhyanga. For Pitta and Vata type people, leave the oil on for one hour. For Kapha people, leave it on for half an hour. Read more about this incredible Ayurvedic oil!
Sadhaka Pitta, a Sub-Dosha of Pitta, is specifically in charge of how your heart processes events and emotions. A weak Sadhaka Pitta leads to psychosomatic problems like anxiety, fatigue, rage, depression and chronic stress. But a strong Sadhaka Pitta provides joy, contentment and the ability to let go of trauma. With Ayurveda there are many ways to strengthen Sadhaka Agni and balance Pitta and its Sub-Doshas. This article explains Sadhaka Pitta's role in the body and mind and gives 10 practices/herbal remedies for strengthening Sadhaka Agni.
In Ayurveda, sleep is considered one of the pillars of good health. In today's modern times getting balanced sleep can be difficult. Luckily Ayurveda, being the timeless art and science that it is, has many different things people can do to bring their sleep cycle back into balance. In Part 2 of our sleep series, we go into 9 practices and 6 herbal remedies to prescribe your patients for relief from all types of sleep disorders.
Welcome to Part 3 in our pregnancy series! If you haven't already, read Part 1 and Part 2 for how to help your pregnant clients set up a healthy diet and lifestyle plan. The rest of this article provides in-depth information into 5 herbal remedies that are used often in Ayurveda to support a healthy pregnancy and easy birth.
Acne is never pleasant, and according to the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology it is the most common skin disorder in the United States, affecting about 50 million people in America alone (2004). With these odds, it is very likely you or someone you know suffers from acne.