Two of the most common Ayurvedic herbs in the wellness industry are turmeric and ashwagandha. Turmeric is being promoted for so many ailments and ashwagandha as this miraculous adaptogen for…
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda translates into “Science of Life” with “Ayus” meaning life and “Veda” meaning knowledge or science. On a deeper level, it means “the truth of you”. While its roots date back to more than 5,000 years native to India, there is a significant relevance of this ancient wisdom in these busy modern times.
Ayurveda addresses the shortcomings of the symptom based relief practices, focusing on the prevention of disease and living in harmony with nature by following simple, yet profound rebuilding practices. Ayurveda believes that every individual is unique, and prescribes personalized treatments, diet, herbs and lifestyle recommendations.