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“Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food.”
Almonds belong to the most valued ingredients in Ayurveda. They have been an important part of the human diet since times immemorial. Read more
9 -11 November 2017
The Indian AYUSH Ministry had invited our CEO, Lothar Pirc, to come to Dubai for the First International AYUSH Conference & Exhibition. The Ministry wants to work with him to document our Health Centre’s great curative successes in treating chronic diseases in Bad Ems with the help of our evaluations. Read more
SAVE THE DATE! 12-15 March 2018
The Brazilian Government has stepped forward to host the 3rd International Ayurveda Congress in Rio de Janeiro in 2018 as part of the First International Congress on Integrative Practices and Public Health. Read more
Abhyanga – detoxifying and rejuvenating your physiology
The ancient sages of Ayurveda considered a life with regularity, in accordance with the laws of nature, the most important foundation for good health. As part of the daily routine, they recommended using the healing power of various oil treatments. Read more
For a deep and restful sleep we suggest you try out our recipe for Ayurvedic spiced milk. Both calming and easily digestible, it brings you restorative slumbers.
With regard to milk, we regularly encounter very contrasting opinions, ranging from ‘as much as possible’ to the vegan complete rejection of all dairy products.
So what is Ayurveda’s viewpoint? Ayurveda clearly states that milk – in the right quality and quantity – is very good for our health.
Milk of the highest possible quality
The ideal milk in the Ayurvedic sense is provided by your own cow, which has a large outdoor area to roam in, eats only natural, good-quality food, and enjoys loving care. Her horns are not removed, nor is her calf taken away. Drinking milk in the Ayurvedic sense is drinking the still-warm milk from this one cow. Such milk is described as nourishing, easily digestible, and sattvic.