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Sweet = unhealthy?

Sweetness has an important place in an Ayurvedic diet as it is one of the six basic tastes: sweet, sour, salty, spicy, bitter and tart. According to Ayurveda, food containing all six tastes (Rasas) is considered highly nutritious, satiating and gratifying.
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Keeping your cool when the weather is hot

From the Ayurvedic perspective, summer is the time when the fire element increases in nature, and therefore also in our physiology. With increased Pitta Dosha, the digestive power (Agni) tends to decrease. An imbalance in Pitta Dosha can cause a range of ailments such as various types of inflammation, heartburn, skin rashes, as well as fatigue and irritability. Read more

Celebrating Ayurveda

Schachunger, Bauhofer, Pirc

DGA anniversary congress, 8–11 June 2023
With these words, Dr. Ulrich Bauhofer, Ayurvedic physician and president of the German Society for Ayurveda (DGA), opened the recent anniversary congress.

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Supporting the intestines in a meaningful way – using prebiotics and probiotics in an Ayurvedic therapy

Due to our modern lifestyle, characterized by reduced exercise, eating heavily processed foods and high toxin exposure, our intestines are often strained beyond the breaking point.

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An easy-going Christmas season with Ayurveda

The year is coming to a close and we are in the Advent season, during which every Sunday, one more candle is lit on the Advent wreath. It’s a time characterized by decreasing daylight, until the solstice on 21 December, when the days slowly begin to lengthen again. The lack of light outside is conducive
to going within. Read more

Christmas menu 2022

Christmas menu 2022

There’s no need to forget about Ayurveda when it comes to the Christmas dinner! To prove it, we have put together a tasty Christmas menu for you.
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Leading Ayurveda provider in Europe


RELAX Guide has been rating spas and wellness hotels in Austria since 1999 and in Germany since 2001. RELAX Guide, the only critical hotel guide with more than 2,000 wellness and health hotels, provides a comprehensive overview and shows where quality can be found. The tests are anonymous and are considered the toughest in the industry. Read more

Maintaining good health during the cold season with Ayurveda

The time when one season makes way for the next is also a transition period for the body, because our physiology adapts and reorients itself to the changing weather conditions. Therefore, our inner balance is more delicate and we are more susceptible to infections, especially when it’s cold, rainy and windy. Read more

Vedic architecture – living in harmony

Although the ancient knowledge of Vedic architecture is closely related to that of Ayurveda, it is still relatively unknown in the West. The ancient traditions of the Veda are divided into 40 areas of life, and one of these includes architecture and urban planning. Read more

Autumn noodles

For autumn, we have created a comforting pasta dish with noodles made from emmer grain.
Emmer, an ancestor of wheat, is one of the oldest cereals, often referred to as the primordial grain. Read more