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Are Sprouts good for you? An Ayurvedic perspective 

The sprouts are superfoods that can incorporate into your diet every day easily! Ayurvedic doctors/experts, nutritionists, and holistic practitioners strongly recommend sprouts due to their nutritional value and health benefits. Sprouts are regarded as superfoods since they aid in digestion, lower the blood sugar level, and decrease the risk of developing heart disease and numerous others. Most food grains can be sprouted like seeds, grains and legumes. Indeed, sprouts are widely regarded as being the healthiest and most nutritious options to eat. They are believed to help remove toxins from your body and help purify the blood. They also aid

How to make Ghee?

Simply Ghee is clarified butter. It is saturated fat, which means it is suitable to cook food without becoming poisonous as oils. It has a high smoke point than butter, which means it can cook at higher temperatures without burning. Ghee is described in Ayurvedic medicine as a digestive tonic and helps in digestion, absorption and assimilation.  Here’s the recipe for Ghee. This recipe makes around 500g of Ghee. That’s enough to fill many pots. INGREDIENTS 3 packs of organic unsalted butter  INSTRUCTIONS Place the butter into a heavy pan. Increase the heating to medium and cook until the butter

10 Rules for an Ayurvedic Diet

Ayurveda has been used for centuries as the primary method to improve the health of the mind and body. For hundreds of years before the time that Hippocrates directed, “Let food be thy medicine,” Ayurveda defined principles for giving that advice as practical. The choice of food, meal timing, and awareness at mealtimes boost the Ojas (vitality) and ama (toxicity). The 10 guidelines below will provide a framework to tap into the understanding of Ayurveda and make use of it to promote vitality, health, and energy through food. Choose the right foods for your Dosha Type. Ayurveda affirms that every individual has a different

CCF Digestive tea

CCF is short for Cumin, Coriander, and Fennel, the three ingredients of this Ayurvedic tea blend. This tea blend is an excellent aid in digestion, assimilation, metabolism, and purification. Cumin is warming, an ideal spice for Vata, coriander improves digestion and balances pitta. CCF tea is a Tridosha mixture which is good for all body types and all-season tea that you can sip throughout the day.  If you are on the go, take your hot CCF with you in a thermos. In summer, you can drink at room temperature.   Cumin – Salty, pungent – hot – pacifies Vata and

How to make Ayurvedic Buttermilk?

Ayurvedic buttermilk is quite different from the buttermilk you find in the supermarket. Interestingly, Ayurvedic buttermilk is simply diluted, natural yogurt with herbs and spices. This is very easy to make at home, and enjoy its numerous health benefits. Buttermilk is called Takra in Ayurveda. This recipe has been used over the centuries to restore the digestive system and act as a natural probiotic.   Benefits of Ayurvedic buttermilk Easy to digest, it has astringent and sour tastes which mitigate Kapha and Vata. It is used for the treatment of inflammation, digestive disorders, lack of appetite, spleen and liver problems