Let Ayurvedic Wisdom help you enjoy the Spirit of the Season
Holidays are an exciting time of the year. Meeting friends and family, entertaining and planning festive meals, shopping for gifts, revisiting memories of past and creating new ones could be stressful at this time of the year.
Stress plays a role in the onset of every disease from the common cold to heart disease. Not only is stress invisible, it is created by the person who is affected by it.
This realization helps people understand that just as they have the ability to create the experience of stress, they also have the ability to create the experience of peace of mind.
Following Ayurvedic guidelines one can prevent feeling less frazzled and enjoy the season.
1. Self care routine
2. Important Diet Tips
Avoid the sweets that contain preservatives, artificial flavors and colors which are toxins for the body and will turn into ama (digestive toxins) right away. They also lack nutrients and prana, and are heavy to digest. One last inspiring point from the texts of Ayurveda: when you eat with full attention and love in your heart, then ojas is the main outcome.
Indian Head Massage or Champi has been practiced in India for thousands of years. It is a skill that has been handed down from generation to generation. The head massage prevents premature greying and balding, promotes relaxation and brings a feeling of well being and calm.
Padmashri Hair and Scalp Oil is an Ayurvedic treatment traditionally used in “champi”, to nourish the head, the scalp, hair and nervous system.
HERB OF THE MONTH: BRAHMI
There is great medicinal value in the whole plant, but especially the leaves. Brahmi is used both internally as well as externally. The medicated oil of Brahmi or Brahmi taila is made with amlaki, licorice and bringraj, and imparts a pacifying effect on the brain. It also augments the hair growth. Used on daily basis Brahmi taila helps to awaken the divine within to promote a healthy balance and positive mental outlook.
Neelam Toprani is an Ayurvedic researcher and the formulator of Sewanti herbal remedies and Padmashri massage oils. Neelam has been studying various healing modalities and eastern spiritualties from many masters. One of the objectives her Company is to take the timeless wisdom of Ayurveda and translate it into practical solutions to improve the quality of life.The company is based in Vancouver, Canada.
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