Got Avocado’s?

Got Avocado’s?

Like avocado’s? If not, you should.

Through the lens of #Ayurveda avocado’s are great in the Fall and Winter which is #Vata season…dry and light.

The avocado’s heavy, oily, and cool qualities lubricate the intestines and moisten dry lungs. Eating this nourishing food helps soothe the joints, moisturize dry hair, skin and nails, and enhance libido. Avocado strongly builds ojas (vigor).

Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC loves avocado’s sliced in half, remove the seed, sprinkle with a bit of salt, pepper and turmeric…grab a spoon, dig in and enjoy!

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Grapefruit ~

Grapefruit ~

In Ayurveda, the secret of the grapefruit lies in its powerful flavors, sour and bitter. These cleansing tastes stimulate the flow of bile, diluting and flushing it out of the gallbladder and into the small intestine. Stagnant bile tends to collect and thicken in the gall bladder, where the liver stores the bile after producing it, forming problematic sludge and stones. The sludge inhibits the drainage of bile, congesting the liver. Sour and bitter flavors encourage the bile to move and flush toxins out of the liver to the relief of your newly cleansed liver cells.

*Grapefruits are contraindicated for high blood pressure or when using anti-depressants. If you take thyroid medication, please check with your doctor before adding grapefruit to your diet.

Grapefruit with Ginger, Honey and Cardamom

Ingredients
2 pinch Cardamon
2 pinch Ginger (dried)
1 c Grapefruit
1 tsp Honey

Preperation
1. Peel grapefruit
2. Slice in flat circles
3. Mix ginger and cardmom with honey into a spicy paste. Drizzle over the sliced grapefruit. Cardamom is optional.

Enjoy this wonderful recipe for breakfast to help you stay balanced this fall.

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

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Obstacles in our path ~

Obstacles in our path ~

There will always be obstacles put in our path for us to slow down and reflect.  Embrace these moments as the universe is helping us to grow 💜

Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC knows getting out in nature and/or going inside with meditation can be calming and grounding.

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

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Staying Balanced with Ayurveda ~

Staying Balanced with Ayurveda ~

Join Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC to welcome in the fall season known as #Vata season in #Ayurveda.

When:  Saturday, October 14

Time:  2-4pm

Where:  Ayurveda Wellness Healing, 25C Lexington Ave, 2nd Floor, Magnolia, MA

This workshop goes in-depth in the nature of the VATA season which can cause dry skin, insomnia, arthritis, constipation, fear, anxiety, worry and loneliness.

You will learn very specific tools to support and strengthen your body, mind and emotions for the upcoming winter season.

Workshop includes:
Introducing you to yourself
Seasonal rountines for the Fall Vata Season
Yoga postures for the season
Diet and lifestyle changes
Recipes using spices and herbs for the season
Food Sampling
Oil Sampling
Give-aways

Pre-Registration – $36
At the door – $45

RSVP:
978.395-1234 or Info@ayurvedawellnesshealing.com

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health” 

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October, Ayurveda Awareness Month

October, Ayurveda Awareness Month

Ayurveda is a natural system of health and wellbeing and the sister-science to yoga. It originated in India thousands of years ago.

As a Complementary and Alternative Medicine Ayurveda can support your health needs in various ways. Ayurveda uses diet, herbal remedies, lifestyle tools and body therapies to establish health in body and mind.

Like Chinese medicine, Ayurveda is based on the five elements of nature. They are earth, air, fire, water and ether. According to Ayurveda, these elements are present in our environment around us as well as within us.

Good health is a state of balance of these five elements. Maintaining balance is the key and that involves many things. Your diet, lifestyle, relationships and habitat are all factors which can affect your natural state of balance. If you know your body type you can create a healthy lifestyle and greater well being.

Discover Your Body Type
In Ayurveda the five elements are organized into three fundamental principles called doshas. The three doshas are vata dosha, pitta dosha and kapha dosha. Each of us are composed of some combination of these three doshas.

Doshas govern the various processes of the body and mind. They create your uniqueness. With some knowledge of the doshas you can begin to track your state of health or your level of balance. Maintain a balance of the doshas to maintain health and prevent future illness from occurring.

Find Ayurveda Near You at Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC
book an appointment to determine your body type and your natural state of balance. As an Ayurvedic practitioners we use visual clues, ask questions and listen to your pulse to tell what your doshas are. You’ll learn your natural state of balance and if any imbalance is occurring. The diet, lifestyle measures and herbal supplements that will bring you back into balance will be discussed.

Join in one or all of our upcoming Ayurveda October events: Staying balanced with Ayurveda this Fall on Saturday, Oct. 14 and/or sign up for our Reboot & Restore Fall Cleanse or Staying Balanced with Ayurveda on Oct. 25.

Ayurvedic remedies and healthy living tips are trusted tools you can use throughout your life. Ayurveda has existed for thousands of years. Get to know your unique body type and make your life a breeze.

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

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Six Taste Spice Mix ~

Six Taste Spice Mix ~

Fall is Vata season through the lens of Ayurveda.

It is a time to eat warm grounding foods and to have all six tastes represented at each meal:

Sweet
Sour
Salty
Bitter
Pungent
Astringent

This means to focus on foods that are naturally in season at this time of year!

Sweet fall foods include pumpkin, squashes, root vegetables, whole grains (quinoa and amaranth are the most warming), pears, persimmons, apples, whole milk dairy and fresh dates or figs. Cook your squashes and your roots.

Salty fall foods are most important for the person who deals with a dry/cold vata imbalance. Water follows salt so salt in this context is meant to hydrate – specifically good salt: Celtic sea salt, Himalayan pink salt, Fleur de sel, etc. Salts that are not bleached or processed but are whole – and balanced by minerals that naturally occur alongside sodium in the earth. Salt is particularly warm and unctuous (lubricating) when taken in moderate amounts.

Sour fall foods include lemons, whole milk yogurt, apple cider vinegar, and naturally fermented foods like raw sauerkraut.

Check out our Six Taste Mix mix and it’s benefits:

• Improve Appetite & Digestion
• Promote Good Heart & Brain Health
• Improve Circulation
• Restore Gut Health
• Energize Food

Use it in cooking, sprinkle on salads or garnish on cooked food.
Organic Cumin, Organic Coriander, Organic Turmeric, Organic Fennel, Organic Cinnamon, Sea salt, Green Mango Powder, Organic Fenugreek, Organic Ginger, Organic Cayenne.

Order your jar today while supplies last!

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Take time for yourself…

Take time for yourself…

Come closer, take a peek inside our office…doesn’t it feel inviting? Better yet, contact us to book a wellness consultation or a message and experience the warmth and tranquilly for yourself 🙂

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

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