Ayurvedic Detox July 13- July 27th
Weekly meetings assessing personal dosha with dietary,meditation and Kundalini yoga recommendations
Wednesdays at 7:00 pm
July 13, 20
Amalaki Amalaki is
great support and nutrition for the digestive tract, among other wonderful
benefits including optimal function of the inner and outer skin, arteries,
blood purification and liver rejuvenation. Amalaki refers to the herbal
use of the amla fruit, also called Indian gooseberry. The wordamla literally
means “sour,” and its other name, dhatri, means “mother” or
“nurse.” Its associations point to Amalaki’s reputation as being greatly
nourishing and supportive for a great array of body systems and all the body
types, or doshas.
Ashwagandha Ashwagandha, one
of the most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic healing, has been used since ancient
times for a wide variety of conditions, and is most well-known for its
restorative benefits. In Sanskrit Ashwagandha means “the smell of a horse,”
indicating that the herb imparts the vigor and strength of a stallion, and has
traditionally been prescribed to help people strengthen their immune system
after an illness.
is frequently referred to as “Indian ginseng” because of its rejuvenating
properties, even though botanically, ginseng and Ashwagandha are unrelated.
Gotu Kola Gotu kola is known throughout
the Asian world as a potent medicinal herb and a tasty food. It has been
utilized for thousands of years in both traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and
Ayurveda for its wound healing properties and for its positive effect on memory
and focus. Just recently its value has been recognized in the U.S. as an herb
that supports cognition and vascular health.
The dandelion plant (Taraxacum officinale) is a hardy perennial that grows wild
in temperate regions worldwide. It has a thick, long taproot that has been used
for centuries as a medicinal aid. Native Americans boiled the dandelion plant
and used it to treat kidney disease, skin disorders and upset stomach. In
traditional Chinese medicine, it is commonly recommended for digestive problems
and to improve milk production in breast-feeding women, and European herbalists
use dandelion for fever, diarrhea and diabetes, according to the University of
Maryland Medical Center. Dandelion contains several biologically active constituents
that make it potentially beneficial for your health.
been used for thousands of years in India but is only just beginning to be
available in the West. It is commonly used for the following purposes:
Preventing colds and flu
Reducing the side effects of chemotherapy
Chronic skin disorders such as psoriasis or
Anti-arthritic and anti-inflammatory
& jaundice (helps protect the liver from exposure to toxins)Gout and
Triphala Triphala is most
commonly known for its use as a gentle bowel tonic, helpful in digestion and
supporting regular bowel movements. The combination of the three fruits has a
synergistic effect to bolster many other systems as well. In addition to the GI
tract, Ayurveda uses Triphala to support healthy respiratory, cardiovascular,
urinary, reproductive, and nervous systems. Triphala has also been shown
to be a powerful antioxidant, protecting cells from the damaging effects of
free radicals. The three fruits involved in making Triphala are also known
for their individual effects
in European, Ayurvedic & Unani traditional medicines. The root coats and
protects irritated tissue and mucus linings of the throat, bronchial and
the tea is suggested for “people who spend much of their day talking and end
the day with a rusty-feeling voice box.”
Aloe Used topically and internally aloe appears to inhibit
infection and promote healing of minor burns and wounds, frostbite, as well as
in skin affected by diseases such as psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis
belongs to a large genus of flowering plants found throughout the tropics,
commonly used species being Cassia acutifolio (Alexandrian senna) and C.
angustifolio (Indian or Tinnevelly senna). Extracts of the leaves,
flowers and fruit of senna have been used for centuries in folk medicine as a
laxative and stimulant. Senna is also included in several herbal teas,
used for purging and in weight loss. The active components in senna
extracts are anthraquinone derivatives and their glucosides, referred to as
senna glycosides or sennosides. They appear to act as a local irritant on
the colon, which promotes peristalsis and evacuation. Senna may also
enhance intestinal fluid accumulation and increase the moisture content of
stool by inhibiting electrolyte and water reabsorption from the colon.
Arjuna Cardio-protective: The
extract of Arjuna bark exerts a positive inotropic and hypotensive effect,
increases the coronary artery flow and protects the myocardium against ischemic
contains several substances that have a very strong antioxidant benefit.
Arjuna bark also has mild diuretic properties, reduces clot formation, enhances
prostaglandin E(2) levels and lowers blood lipid levels which contribute
towards the management of hypertension.
Bhumyamalaki is a good herb for
healthy function of liver. It naturally helps to eliminate toxins from the
body. It helps to cleanse & strengthen the body organs. It naturally helps
to promote healthy skin. It is unique bitter herb that is best for Pitta (Fire)
It helps to eliminate natural toxins from the body.
It helps to maintain healthy function of kidney.
It helps to maintain normal body temperature.
It helps to maintain healthy sugar levelwhichnis already within the normal
Helps to maintain healthy function of liver.
excess body weight by digesting stagnant toxins in fat tissue and
preventing them from building up due to improper gastric assimilating.
Efficiently improving the uptake of nutrients, minerals and vitamins it
diminishes obesity, clears the skin, smooths
wrinkles and slows down aging.
freshens the lungs as it improves the flow of oxygen through enhanced
vasodilation. This increased circulation infuses the lung tissue with extra
vitality to ward off cough and cold, fevers, asthma, bronchitis, laryngitis,
has long been used to fortify the bones and support skeletal integrity. Working
from the inside out it heals the bone marrow first then relieves conditions
pain, arthritis, rheumatism, fractures, sprains and broken
or brittle bones.
warming qualities invigorates the blood and tone the heart muscle. With
improved circulation all the vital organs are oxygenated and function more
efficiently. It treats heart disease, sciatica, impure
blood, numbness and poor circulation.
us for a two week program using Ayurvedic herbal formulas, teas, dietary
recommendations, yoga and meditation for a deep cleanse for your body, mind
Discover your primary Dosha (Elemental Constitution) and find the foods that
support your Dosha
If paid by July 6th $245. After July 6 Bring a friend and both will receive $25. disount