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Welcome spring according to Ayurveda

Our body is influenced by the dance of seasonal cycles linked to the strengths of the doshas, ​​it is very wise to know how to observe and respect them. Vata manifests itself in late fall and early winter: cold, dry energy. Pitta manifests in mid-summer: climbing heat Kapha manifests itself at the end of winter…

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Ayurveda and the body

MASSAGE Massage is an integral part of Ayurvedic medicine. It promotes restful sleep, relieves tension, fights fatigue, stimulates circulation, and protects against aging. It is recommended to practice self-massage, ideally in the morning or at the end of the afternoon, when the stomach is neither empty nor too full. Start by massaging the top of…

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Sandalwood in Ayurveda

Sandalwood is native to India where it is considered a sacred tree; it is also used in many religious ceremonies and to do this, is reduced to powder. In antiquity, sandalwood was used to make furniture and decorate temples because it was not attacked by insects. But do you know that sandalwood is a parasitic…

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Ayurvedic phytotherapy

Ayurvedic herbal medicine is fundamentally different from Western herbal medicine. Indeed, Ayurvedic phytotherapy is very interesting because it addresses the unique person that you are. As you know, Ayurveda takes care of the person and not of the disease. Thus, the choice of plants will be made according to the constitution of the person. The…

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