According to Ayurvedic medicine, each person has a unique constitution according to the three life forces, or doshas. This Ayurvedic body type is innate and
A holistic approach to life means considering multidimensional aspects of wellness.
In our modern era, we are still all afflicted by burnout at one time or another. The very nature of our society is one of
Ayurveda calls Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) a rasayana (rejuvenating tonic) that may bestow a sense of wellness, calmness, and balance to those who consume it regularly.
The neem tree (Azadirachta indica) has a history of popularity due to its medicinal properties. This herb has found used in Ayurveda for over two
Dashmool or Dashamula is a traditional Ayurvedic herbal remedy. Dasha means “ten” and mool or mula means “root” thus dashmool is an Ayurvedic polyherbal blend
Moringa (moringa oleifera) or “the drumstick tree,” is a fast-growing perennial plant with pale grey bark, ovate leaves, yellowish-white flowers, and brown fruit. In
One of the fundamental concepts of Ayurvedic theory, the ancient practice of holistic medicine, is the idea of body type or unique energy. This “human
Just as an imbalance in any of the five elements is enough to spawn chaos in nature, imbalances in any of the three Doshas may
Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) is a popular Ayurvedic Rasayana with adaptogenic properties and potent bioactive compounds. Bacopa has many other names like Indian Pennywort, Waterhyssop, or
Bhringraj (Eclipta Alba) has a long history as a rasayana for in Ayurveda. This herb – called False Daisy in English – is an annual