Pitta and vata imbalances can lead to something called trsna (polydipsia in Western medicine) and depleted ojas, which keep you thirsty, no matter how much water you drink!
Balancing pitta, especially during summer, and staying up-to-date with these five vitamins and minerals will help you prevent uncomfortable mouth ulcers.
Beneficial mouth microbes have been linked to everything from Alzheimer’s disease to respiratory strength. Here’s how to keep this first line of defense in great shape.
Summer is the season of pitta. These diet, skin care, and lifestyle tips will help you keep this dosha in balance and avoid overheating, burnout, dehydration, and too much digestive fire during summer months.
Research on this classic Ayurvedic adaptogen shows that its brain-boosting benefits may be even greater than its stress-reduction support.
It’s summer BBQ season! Just make sure you know the healthiest and most Ayurvedic way to prepare your grillables.
John Douillard interviews Dr. Adi Jaffe, founder of IGNTD Recovery and best-selling author on solutions for overcoming shame and addiction.
When you sleep matters, a lot, according to new research from MIT and Harvard.
The key to living a long life and cognitive health could be high-carb, high-fiber, fish-based eating.
Just like your food, your herbs should be seasonal too: Brahmi, neem, shatavari, and manjistha will help you stay cool during summer months, and they’ll keep your microbiome in sync with the seasons.
New science shows that meditation, prayer, and religious or spiritual ritual can help create the conditions to stave off Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Beyond balancing vata, the citric acid in lemons can help you find calm, lower blood pressure, even out blood sugar, and even protect against kidney stones.