The colder it gets, the more tea we tend to drink. But tea can also be used in many other ways. Read more here.
Agni, as the digestive fire is called in Ayurveda, plays a central role in our health. But what is it actually? Find out more here.
In Ayurveda, the taste of food has special effects on us both mentally and physically and therefore plays an important role. Read more here.
This week we're bringing you a simple but delicious recipe for kitchari.
It's the end of a long, tiring day and you still can't sleep? Read on to learn out how Ayurveda can help you.
This time we will introduce you to the technique of Jala Neti for nasal cleansing. Read on to find out more.
Get the most out of your morning with the help of Ayurveda. Read on to learn how.
Would you like to improve your Agni? Then try drinking Agni tea. Here is a simple recipe.
Find out here how you can keep your fingernails beautiful and healthy with the help of Ayurveda.
These tips will help you to incorporate Ayurveda into a relaxed and healthy festive season.
Ayurvedic cuisine uses a lot of veggies. For this reason, it's important to know how to quickly prepare them. Read our tips for quick veggie prep here!
Enjoy our recipe for Mung Dal Kitchari, a dish that balances all three doshas. Read more here!