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Nootropics in Natural Medicine

Posted by on Apr 24, 2013 in Ayurveda, Popular | 1 comment

Nootropics in Natural Medicine
From Toddcaldecott.com What does Ayurveda or Traditional Chinese Medicine offer us in the way of Nootropics? Are there herbs with a nootropic action that can be taken on a long term basis? For those of you that don’t know, the term “nootropic” refers to a medical agent that somehow improves or enhances intelligence.   The most basic nootropic are those that many of us use every day, such as tea Read More

Gold Ash Powder: Myanmarese Shaman and Healer Offers His Secret Concoction to the World

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 in Ayurveda, Popular | 0 comments

Gold Ash Powder: Myanmarese Shaman and Healer Offers His Secret Concoction to the World
Making Gold Ash Powder From Rise Earth U Shein Sayargyi has been using the centuries old tradition of alchemy to produce gold ash powder, a remedy that he claims “is able to improve significantly or even heal serious diseases (like hepatitis, cancer, and AIDS).” He`s thoroughly tested his remedy over several years through his own practice and through sales of the product to other health practitioners Read More

Clearing the Nadis With Ayurveda

Posted by on Jan 26, 2013 in Ayurveda, Meditation, Popular | 0 comments

Clearing the Nadis With Ayurveda
Ayurvedic Herbs Can Help clear the 72000 Nadis of the Energetic Body “. . .The nadis are defined as subtle pathways, they are the way in which prana travels through the body delivering the life force and energy and health to every cell. The system of nadis is unimaginably vast. It is said to be made up of an estimated 72,000 channels. Imagine the channels that surround us in our world: the channels created by Read More

Why Eating Raw Foods Means Eating Living Foods

Posted by on Oct 17, 2012 in Popular, Uncategorized, Yoga & Science | 0 comments

Why Eating Raw Foods Means Eating Living Foods
Raw Food = Living Food The raw food diet craze may have started in the Western world in the 1980s with Harvey and Marilyn’s best selling book, Food for Life, but the consumption of ‘living foods’ goes back centuries, even eons. The expression, you are what you eat, doesn’t just mean superficially or metaphorically. You can eat foods devoid of life, or sustain it with the life-giving force of lig Read More

The Yogic Origins of Cleansing the Body – Shatkarmas or Shatkriyas

Posted by on Dec 8, 2010 in Pranayama, Yoga & Science, Yoga History | 0 comments

The Yogic Origins of Cleansing the Body – Shatkarmas or Shatkriyas
  Shatkriya Cleansing the body is not unique to yogic practice, but there is great interest in its origins within the tradition. Translated from Sanskrit, ṣaṭkarman, means purification of the body. It is difficult to pin down its introduction into the practice, and some schools of yoga claim that no physical elimination of impurity need to be conducted, but “cleanliness” or Saucha is more a m Read More