Rice milk was the first alternative to cow’s milk that came onto the market in the early 1990s. Since then, more than twenty different plant-based milk substitutes have become available in supermarkets and even drugstores.Read more
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Nasya is a Sanskrit word, meaning: to eliminate or banish diseases and disorders of the head. For this purpose, medicated oils, Ghee, vapors or powders are administered into the nose.
Generally, Ayurveda highly recommends unburdening by liquid fasting once a week, especially for people with predominance of Pitta or Kapha Dosha. People with predominance of Vata Dosha are advised to take liquid diet days only when they feel relaxed and well-anchored. Read more
Marma therapy is the Ayurvedic term for the therapeutic touching of Marmas, special areas and points on the skin, through which associated organ systems or bodily functions can be influenced. Marmas are interconnected through Shrotas – numerous smaller and larger channels in the physiology. Incidentally, Chinese acupuncture has its origins in the ancient knowledge about Marma points. Read more
Over the course of a day, the influence of the Doshas changes. When the sun is high in the sky, the overall metabolism is more active and thus also Agni, the digestive fire.
From 6 to 10 in the morning, the slow-moving Kapha Dosha dominates. That is why breakfast should be light, so as not to burden the morning with a feeling of heaviness. Read more
Vedic Science and Modern Science
This landmark conference, with approximately 2,000 participants, focused on the theme of how Vedic science and Western science can together re-establish life in harmony with Natural Law – and work towards a Vedic civilization in which peace, progress, and prosperity are available to all. Read more
About 140 participants attended – medical professionals from many different disciplines.
This Ayurveda Symposium featured leading experts in Ayurveda and Consciousness and was organized by Association Pour La Santé Fondée Sur La Conscience (Association for Consciousness-Based Health) in collaboration with l’Observatoire du Leadership (the Leadership Observatory). Read more
The Maharishi AyurVeda Private Health Centre, Bad Ems inspires guests and motivates employees – on Wednesday, Mr. Lothar Pirc, CEO, accepted the certification from “Service Quality Germany.”
At the Maharishi AyurVeda Private Health Centre, quality is emphasized at all levels: in dealing with employees, in the customer service and in the work atmosphere. For this, the Maharishi AyurVeda Private Health Centre, Bad Ems, was awarded the Q certification by “Service Quality Germany” on Wednesday, June 13, 2018, by the Rhineland-Palatinate Minister of Economics, Dr. Volker Wissing. Read more
Traditional Natural Remedies from India and Europe
Exploring a 340-Year Relationship between The Netherlands and India
1.-2. September 2018, Leiden, The Netherlands.
First International Congress of Complementary and Integrative Medicine and Public Health & Third International Congress of Ayurveda
March 12–15, 2018, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Can you imagine the German government organizing a congress on natural healthcare, with 4000 invitees from all over the world, and accrediting 29 methods of natural healing for the public healthcare service?
This is exactly what happened in Brazil two weeks ago at the first Interna-tional Congress of Complementary and Integrative Medicine and Public Health, incorporating the third International Ayurveda Congress. Read more