Significance of Panchamahabhuta in Ayurveda

Significance of Panchamahabhuta in Ayurveda

Let’s have a glimpse at what Panchmahabhuta is, and why does Ayurveda emphasis so much on it. According to Indian philosophers, each and every object in this Universe is composed of five proto elements (Panchmahabhuta) i.e. 1) Akash (ether) 2) Vayu (air) 3) Agni...
Fall and Winter Essential Herbs

Fall and Winter Essential Herbs

Fall and Winter Essential Herbs Why herbs? Herbs are an integral part in our Ayurvedic practice.  They are powerful tools that help with healing the mind and addressing emotions.  They have the ability to make us more open to change, calm anger and create better...
Digestive Health for the Holidays

Digestive Health for the Holidays

Maintaining Digestive Health During the Holidays The holiday season can be a time for comfort foods, but it can be challenging to maintain a steady Ayurvedic diet during this time. No worries, here are a few tips to help with the fatty (but so delicious!) holiday...
What is Ayurvedic Cooking?

What is Ayurvedic Cooking?

There are a handful of key facets that make up Ayurveda cooking and these are some of the primary ones: Use the freshest ingredients and eat seasonally This means purchasing ingredients that are organic, seasonal, and ideally local, which will ensure you’re cooking...