Spring health and wellbeing

Ayurveda, kapha season & digestive tea

Spring health and wellbeing

According to Ayurveda, Spring is the most important season to detoxify the body.

Toxins can interrupt its biochemical balance, creating a fertile ground for allergies, flu, and other infections, or disturb the normal functioning of the liver and kidneys.
Herbal support may be used to strengthen appetite and digestion and rejuvenate liver to optimize the body’s metabolic processes. One herbal formula that Vaidyas recommend is Triphala Plus. The addition of Bhumi Amalaki and Yastimadhu assists in tonify function of liver and gall bladder. Triphala Plus cleanses and tones digestive tract, promotes regular elimination and helps assimilation of nutrients.

Spring, the Kapha Season
One of the most common conditions experienced in spring is the excess production of phlegm and mucous. As the sun melts away the winter snow, the earth becomes full of moisture and the same happens in our body as accumulated congestion turns to fluid. Daily massage with Padmashri Invigorating Kapha oil energizes and stimulates the body promotes mild sweating, improves circulation and detoxifies the body. Kapha oil is prepared with kapha-reducing herbs like Bishop’s weed, Arjuna, Cardamom and Camphor.

Digestive Tea Recipe to cleanse toxins and balance hormones
1. Boil 1 litre of water with a teaspoon each of cumin, coriander and fennels seeds.
2. Simmer until seeds sink to bottom.
3. Strain and keep it warm in the thermos flask.
4. Drink throughout day.
5. Make a fresh batch every morning.

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.

All the information on our products and their components is for general information only and was made with the best of our knowldege. It does not claim in any way of suggesting a diagnosis or a treatment.