Ayurvedic seasonal tips for health in U.K

In Ayurveda, the key to good health is to live in harmony with nature and its natural rhythm, as well as to alternate-day and night and adhere to the daily routine.

 we have gone through seasonal changes in diet and lifestyle due to many gentle spring cleansings, but for now, we will stick to simple lifestyle changes and cleaning later. From time to time, changing their diet strengthens their immune system and many people who suffer from seasonal allergies, such as fever, colds and coughs, are able to alleviate or completely prevent the severity of their symptoms. Ritu Charya (seasonal regime) is one of the simplest but most effective forms of medicine in Ayurveda.

Spring quality: and its effects on the body

With climate change, we are witnessing a change in the weather around us. The spring sun can also pull out its winter and summer parts. To determine when it is best to make weather changes, it is best to look for spring properties that are warm, wet, soft and uncomfortable. When the sun’s heat dissolves ice and snow in winter, so does the accumulated water and earth (Kapha) in our bodies. To enjoy a healthy spring season we should need to keep Kapha in balance.

The function of Healthy Kapha is to lubricate our joints, as well as protect the mucus membranes of our lungs and stomach. When balanced we feel strong and stable, if out of balance, Kapha creates excessive phlegm in the lungs, causing sinus problems, nausea, heaviness, water retention, dullness and depression.

About for our Digestive fire or Agni:

healthy digestive Agni or “fire”. Agni gives us physical strength to digest as well as the ability to discern and digest our impressions, thoughts and emotions. The strong Agni will allow you to distinguish between the necessary and the unnecessary; healthy to toxic; wise from fools. Agni’s good movement also prevents the accumulation of homeland, heavy debris that remains in the body when you eat things that you cannot assimilate or completely destroy. A good Agni can help build healthy tissue and improve disease resistance and strength.

All Ayurvedic regimes and rituals are based on the formation and support of a strong Agni; they can be daily rituals of seasonal regimes. what is the cure?

Your Ayurvedic recipe for spring is to create a rhythm and routine that will help you move slowly in the physical, mental and emotional movement without compromising Kapha’s strong qualities. The best approach is to be multidimensional and change your diet and lifestyle and add some herbs and spices to your diet.

Against balancing these dietary qualities

To ensure a strong Agni, we must eat at regular times of the day; Have a regular meal with a regular 3-4 hour interval between each. Switch to lighter meals and avoid meals that Kapha adds; dairy products, ice cream or cold and raw meals, such as heavy and fatty meals, especially in the morning and before meals. It is better to limit or limit foods that have a sour, sweet and salty taste, as this can stimulate Kapha. Prefer a bitter, astringent and spicy diet, warm cooked meals instead of raw ones, and properties that reduce Kapha and help prevent it. The following is a list of foods that need to be included:

Vegetables being bitter leafy vegetables; Spinach, cabbage, kale, mustard, chard, alfalfa sprouts, artichokes, asparagus, bean sprouts, peppers, bitter melon, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, chicory, corn, endive, fennel, green beans, hot pepper, jicama, leek, lettuce, mushrooms, peas, radishes, seaweed, snow peas.

 Core: Amaranth, grass, buckwheat, corn, millet, oats (dried), Quinoa, brown rice or old Basmati rice and rye. Better old grains

Legumes of astringent or bitter taste and dry nature are the best: whole sprouted beans, Adzuki, Black Gram, Garbanzo, Fava, Kidney, Lentils, Lima, Peas, Chickpeas and Green Gram (Mung).

Warming herbs include anise, asafoetida, basil, laurel leaf, black pepper, cumin, cardamom, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, cloves, coriander seeds, cumin, dill, fennel, fennel, garlic, ginger, Marjolein, mustard, mustard, oregano, peppermint, poppy, rosemary, saffron, sage, mint, thyme, turmeric, with many fresh vegetables such as dill, fennel, parsley, coriander, mint. Drink herbal tea made from herbs such as Tulsi, Echinacea, liquorice, cardamom, chicory, cinnamon, cloves, dandelion, ginger, hibiscus, and orange peel. Hot water in the morning with honey and a few drops of lemon will help balance Kapha with warming, and cleansing.

Daily ritual and lifestyle to balance and remove the excess cap

Daily Abhyanga: Use warm oils like sesame oil, mustard oil or medicinal oils like Dhanvantari Tailam (our daily massage oil) or Sahacaradi Tailam for daily abhyanga. Drying the brush before showering can improve circulation and stimulate excessive capping.

Oral hygiene: Include scrubbing the tongue and gianduia or oil strokes with Arimedadi Tailam (our medical mouthwash) to remove too much kappa present in the ENT areas

Nasal Cleanser: Apply 1-2 drops of Anu Tailam (Nasya Oil) every morning to each nostril. It removes too much hair and soothes and protects the mucous membranes, especially if you suffer from seasonal allergies.

Chywanprash: the famous ayurvedic jam made from 41 plants that are known to stimulate the immune system.

Tulsi: it fights respiratory diseases, is a good nerve tonic and helps with seasonal allergies. can be used as a herb in the tea.

Guduchi: There are many benefits that include being the most effective modulator of resistance, improving digestion also reducing stress and anxiety.

Things to consider

Spring and autumn are the ideal time for panchakarma or Ayurvedic cleansing. The transition period between seasons is the period when the body is ready and ready to clean up from accumulated toxins. Click here for more information about our home cleaning program

Spring is a period of change and transformation and preparation of mind and body for the coming year. These are just tutorials on how to enjoy this spring. The simple rule is to slow down and simplify. Keep your Kapha in the balance!

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