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New Products from Svastha Ayurveda!

SSGreensSvastha Super Greens:  A complete daily green formula with an Ayurvedic twist.  This blend of green algae and green herbs will provide you with essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, while providing the digestive spices to ensure complete absorption of the nutrients.  A balanced formula that will not cause gas or bloating, and holds a pleasant taste that you will not mind taking each day.  Take in water, juice or smoothies! Continue reading »

Ayurvedic Sleep Report Part 3: An Ayurvedic View on Sleep Disorders

sleepdisorder2As we continue our journey into this sleep series (click here for Part 1 or Part 2), we will now take a look at how Ayurveda classifies sleep disorders.  Ayurveda is based on the idea that we are all individuals with specific, unique needs. What may be medicine to one, may be poison to another. Similarly, each unique individual will have unique causes and symptoms for their sleep disorder.  Therefore each person’s condition will require different treatment to get to the specific root cause of the disorder. Continue reading »

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12 Ways to Increase Healthy Prana

prana!Prana, sometimes translated as the lifeforce, is the subtle energetic force that is responsible for our respiration, oxygenation and circulation. In fact, Prana governs over all movement and sensory functions. Therefore healthy, vital Prana is needed for proper functioning of all channels (nadis), organs and systems in our body. Prana is the subtle essence of Vata dosha and thus is also comprised mainly of the elements, ether and air. Being the only subtle energetic force that involves movement, Prana also governs over its related counterparts, Ojas (vitality, immunity) and Tejas (transformational factor).  Consequently, disturbed Prana can result is disturbed Ojas and Tejas as well. Continue reading »

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NEW “Ask Ayurveda” Weekly Article

Big dark pink Lotus Flower photoExciting news!! Svastha Ayurveda is about to launch a weekly article that revolves around real health questions, submitted by real people; sort of the “Dear Abby” of Ayurveda. This “Ask Ayurveda” article will be posted each Monday, as I chose one person’s question/concern each week to write on.   Continue reading »