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BEAT THE BLOAT WITH THIS 4-INGREDIENT AYURVEDIC INFUSION

We dress up, look great and go out to enjoy a meal. But, within an hour we feel gassy and bloated. We wish we were back at home, cosy in bed in grandma style pyjamas. I'm sure this has happened to all of us before. Fear not! Ayurveda has a natural remedy.  Drinking this healing Ayurvedic 'infusion' half an hour after food not only reduces bloating but helps cleanse the body channels and toxins from the body. To enhance the detoxifying process, you can make a larger quantity, pour the water in a thermos and sip throughout the day. Ingredients:  1/4 tsp cumin seeds 1/4 tsp coriander seeds 1/4 tsp fennel seeds 2 cups of water Directions: Boil water for 2...

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Energy Boosting Almond Tonic Recipe

  This Ayurvedic almond blend is an excellent tonic when you feel exhausted and looking for a drink to perk you up.  It boosts energy, vitality and digestion. And I especially recommend it to clients after their period, after sex to rebuild fluids and when trying to conceive as it nourishes the reproductive organs.     Ingredients: Two Medjool dates 10-12 almonds 1 cup water for soaking dates 1 cup water for soaking almonds 1 cup of water ½–1 cup hot water Directions: Cover the dates and almonds with water and soak overnight. In the morning, drain the almonds and peel them by pinching the skin. If the skin does not come off easily, try submerging the soaked almonds in boiling water before...

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REDUCE CRAMPS AND PERIOD MOOD SWINGS —THE AYURVEDA WAY

Do you feel exhausted, irritable, or experience cramps before or during your period? During our cycle, the body goes through lots of changes; its purpose is to eliminate toxins and prepare the body for conception. Implementing these Ayurvedic nutrition and lifestyle tips will support the purification process and nourish the body, which can make your period smoother.  Warm liquidy foods Your digestive fire is weaker during this time. Ayurveda suggests Including foods that are easy to digest, such as warm, mushy foods with a smooth texture such as soup, vegetable puree or kichadi. Avoid raw or cold food, i.e. salads.  Spices Use the following spice mix when you cook to help unclog the microcirculatory channels and balance your cycle. Mix...

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I Have A Plan Do You Trust Me? - Universe

   Sometimes when things don’t work out as we would have liked, we feel stuck and often ask ourselves why me? What did I do wrong? I don’t deserve this, do I? What we fail to realise is that these ‘thoughts’ create fear, insecurities, and other negative feelings that stop us from living and experiencing life to the fullest. They make us lose faith in the universe´s miraculous energy, which in reality only has the BEST INTENTION for us, (regardless of how awful a situation may seem at that time). All we have to do is be aware, listen to the signs and most importantly, trust the flow of the universe. When we start believing in its power, we naturally...

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MY FAVOURITE AYURVEDIC KITCHADI CLEANSE RECIPE

  Have you ever tried the ayurvedic method of detoxing with kitchadi?Kitchadi is a nourishing warm soup of mung beans, rice and spices. It's rich in amino acids and fibre and perfect for detoxifying as it’s light, easy to digest and great for removing toxins and cleansing the digestive system. Khichadi cleansing is gentle and can be done for several; days, I would yet only recommend that under the guidance of an ayurvedic expert. For now, you can try it on your own for one to three days and see how you feel. I like doing it on Mondays; it gives my system a break, especially after a big weekend or if I'm doing a three day cleanse I trying...

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