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Ayurveda: The Ultimate Guide to Ayurvedic Healing

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Have you ever wondered what Ayurveda healing is and how to use it? Well here in this book you will find everything you wanted to know about the ancient practices of Ayurveda and more.

From diets, herbs, spices and lifestyle practices, there are a lot of components to Ayurveda, but they are not as complicated as you may think! Simple changes can bring about a life that is
Kindle Edition, 114 pages
Published April 29th 2016
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Neha Tandon
Aug 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Recommended by an Instagram friend, this book tells you all the basics of how we can implement ayurvedic practices in the 'Dincharya or Daily Routine'. At the time of starting, I really wanted to know what each practice means and why it's done.
As its known Ayurveda is preventative science, the book gives a brief overview of some of the most basic things like Dietary Do's and Dont's, why massaging your feet is crucial, which dosha needs what kind of food etc.
I think someone who wants to start l
sherri jones-teachout
Jun 02, 2016 rated it it was amazing
There is a lot of information to digest(no pun intended) in this book, and will require several readings to understand everything. Much of the information, follows normal medical rules regarding certain ailments. Ex: my sister-in-law has Gerds(similar to Crones disease), and the list foods mentioned in this book to avoid, and the ones to consume, are the same as her doctor gave her. Some of the information, follows old tried and true natural ingredients such as herbs and spices (and people are m ...more
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