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Trueayurveda by Trueayurveda - 2w ago

During early summer due to the northern course of the sun and the longer days of heat, the sun draws up the moisture of nature and due to the drying up roughness is produced. Sweet, cool, liquid, fatty food and drinks are beneficial. Day sleep is mostly indicated. Wine is indicated in small quantity with […]
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  Very very simple…   Prepare shaving cream from soapnuts is as follows: Pit and remove the shells of a few soapnuts and grind the flesh in a mixer or if you wanna do it old style If you have dry soap nuts, they can be soaked overnight, then used   After making a paste […]
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Below, here is a brief history of diet ‘ideas’ of the West. Seriously, this is just some, there are many many more but I got tired of typing. This is the longest list on the net yet it is really only about 2/3rds of the number of diets that have been created. This list really […]
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There is no real way to share the depth and vastness of knowledge that is within Ayurveda to an average general person. People/western practitioners really do not like it when I say things like… that knowledge is nowhere to be found in Western Ayurveda, but it is true. It is hard to be found in […]
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Trueayurveda by Trueayurveda - 2M ago
The Drava guna (liquid) of Kapha increases in this period which results into loss of appetite and poor digestion (Agnimandya). This season is aggravation of Kapha dosha only, which should be controlled by Ritu charya (seasonal lifestyle). The Diet: Cereals: Barley, Millet, Old Wheat Pulses: Masoora (red lentils), Chana (chickpeas), Mung, (mung beans), Dew beans […]
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Trueayurveda by Trueayurveda - 2M ago

tasya mUlaM sarvopaplavAnAM ca pravRuttiH, nivRuttiruparamaH| pravRuttirduHkhaM, nivRuttiH sukhamiti yajj~jAnamutpadyate tat satyam| tasya hetuH sarvalokasAmAnyaj~jAnam| etatprayojanaM sAmAnyopadeshasyeti||8||   The root cause of universe and all upaplava (advent of miseries) is pravritti (action/attachment/excess). Nivritti (inaction/detachment from worldly affairs/abstinence) leads to its destruction (of all miseries). Attachment leads to miseries and detachment to bliss. Realization of this fact is […]
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  Without controlling the senses there is nothing. this is the first step on the path. This is why Yoga has the yama and niyama as the first step. “Highly ethical in behavior” The mind must be controlled before meditation can even commence or there will be all sorts of fantasy and delusion. Concepts are […]
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Trueayurveda by Trueayurveda - 3M ago

This is an easy recipe for springtime. 1 cup Bajra/Millet Flour 2 cups Buttermilk (see the post on how to make takra) 4 cups Water 3/4 tsp Salt 3 Shallots chopped thinly 3 tbsp Chopped Cilantro Take the bajra/millet flour and put it in water in a pot By hand mix it to make sure […]
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This dish is used in fasting and also is a great springtime breakfast or meal. It is made with potato most of the time but here we are dropping the potato due to the fact that potatoes are not healthy as per Ayurveda and is an unwholesome food. this is due to the fact of […]
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  This recipe is perfect for spring time breakfast 4 cups Puffed rice/murmur Ghee or mustard oil 1 tsp Mustard seeds 1/4 teaspoon Turmeric powder 1 big Onion Some curry leaves 1/4 cup shredded coconut 6 Roasted cashews chopped 2 tablespoons Bengal gram Roasted Salt Coriander leaves chopped Pretoast the cashews in a toaster oven Take the 4 cups of murmur and put it into a […]
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