Ayurveda anatomy
Menstrual cycle
The menstrual cycle – an ayurvedic perspective on women’s health According to Ayurveda, the menstrual cycle follows the seasons, ie. spring, winter, and summer season. In Sanskrit, the menstrual cycle is translated from two words, namely "rtu", which means season and "arthava", which means menstrual blood. Therefore, the different phases of the cycle are characterized by the different doshas, ​​namely vata, kapha and pitta. Ayurveda has taught me to live in harmony with nature and with myself. Balance can be achieved by adapting the lifestyle to the seasons and the menstrual cycle. The food we eat is equally important as [...]
Gut health from an ayurvedic point of view
Intestinal health from an ayurvedic point of view According to Ayurveda the organ systems, organs, tissues, cells, and biomolecules work together to accomplish the complex goal of digesting the food you eat. The five elements, namely ether, air, fire, water and earth are influenced by the three doshas that in turn form the seven body tissues: plasma, blood, muscle, fat, bone, bone marrow and reproduction tissue. The food get into our bodies and will be transformed into energy that will be used of all bodily tissues and cells. Waste products form during the conversion process, also called Ama. Ama is [...]