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Impressive health benefits of oil pulling

While oil pulling has become a mainstream craze in the past few years, its origin is believed to have started thousands of years ago in India. It is known to be part of the traditional Hindu system of medicine called Ayurveda, which involves natural forms of healing, herbal treatment, and yogic breathing. Oil pulling is basically…
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AMA: The Antithesis of AGNI (2)

  Read the first part of this articleReceiving PRANA PRANA, the vital breath, is the subtle essence of the life force that animates each of us. It infuses every cell and tissue throughout our bodies. It is carried on and stimulated by the breath. Imbibing PRANA is very helpful in digesting and eliminating AMA. There are a…
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AMA: The Antithesis of AGNI (1)

  In Ayurveda, the concept of fire, or AGNI, is of central importance. In fact, the strength of AGNI in the body is among the most critical factors in determining overall health. By contrast, AMA is a toxic, disease causing substance that forms as a result of impaired AGNI, and that, in turn, destroys AGNI. In this way, impaired…
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AYURVEDA and HATHA YOGA

"Ayurveda indicates what is appropriate and what is inappropriate, fortunate or unfortunate in the living conditions of the being, what is favourable or unfavourable for longevity, as a measure of life itself." (Charaka Samhita) Ayurveda and Yoga - Two Twin Systems     Art and at  the same time…
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Practical modalities of the Ayurvedic system

Ayurveda is a very practical system to protect and restore health. Its methods are accessible and easy to apply and also inexpensive. Ayurveda also contains objective knowledge that only direct experience can reveal. Practical ayurvedic methods are non-traumatic, non-invasive, and do not interfere with other forms of…
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Ayurveda – the science and art of healing

The presentation of this traditional science within the Ayurvedic courses (from Romania) allows an approach which is both simple and easily accessible to the western mentality. Ayurveda is simple because it uses general principles, synthesized as a result of a long, direct practice. The simplicity of Ayurveda is due to the…
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