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Causes For Lumbar Pain And Strengthening Yoga Exercises

Help, my back hurts! ⠀⠀ About 80 per cent of the German population is affected: lumbar spine pain. The lower part of the spine is exposed to most stress in everyday life. The Lumbar Spine (Lumbar Spine) and its associated muscles perform many functions in our body, from structural support to the rest of the spine, to flexible mobility, to protecting specific body tissues. While pain in the lumbar spine is not an isolated disease, it does indicate that something is wrong with the lumbar spine. ⠀⠀ Common causes of pain in the...

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The Benefits Of A Vegetarian Diet

A vegetarian diet can offer many benefits. With the following information everyone can get a little insight: ⠀⠀ Strengthen the heart health ⠀⠀ A vegetarian diet rich in fibre and high in potassium can lower blood pressure, improve cholesterol, and lower the risk of heart attack and stroke. A combination of the four food groups - vegetables, whole cereals, fruits and legumes (lentils, peas, etc.) - offers in a varied combination, a lot of potassium and cholesterol-lowering fibre. ⠀⠀ Contribute to cancer prevention ⠀⠀ One-third of all cancers can be avoided through lifestyle changes and nutrition. Vegetables are rich...

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The Benefits Of Regular Meditation

In our fast-paced, modern world, we often rush from one appointment to another. We are constantly reachable, and must always be physically and mentally present. There is less and less time to relax properly and recharge our own battery. ⠀⠀ What is meditation? ⠀⠀ Meditation is a state of absolute relaxation (samadhi). It’s not about focusing on something. Instead, is about letting go: no focus, no thoughts, but just rest and absolute relaxation. ⠀⠀ Meditation has positive effects on the body & mind ⠀⠀ Through regular meditation, positive effects on the body and mind can be achieved. This...

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Cress: The spicy herb

Spring time is also cress time! The garden cress (Lepidium sativum) belongs to the Kreuzblütengewächsen and lends a spicy kick to our favorite dishes every year. Cress not only tastes great, it's also absolutely healthy! In Ayurvedic medicine, this small plant has been used as a medicinal plant for hundreds of years thanks to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect. ⠀ The cress convinces with its ingredients ⠀ Garden cress has a surprisingly high nutrient density and, by the way, also provides a wide range of phytochemicals. This...

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Carrot cake with coconut frosting

Ingredients: ⠀ For the cake ⠀ 400 g of carrots70 g dates, pureed (instead of 200g cane sugar)1 organic lemon200 ml of oil (sunflower oil)1 teaspoon cinnamon1 packet of baking soda400 g wholemeal flour For the glaze ⠀ 400 g coconut cream (no coconut milk), refrigerated for at least 12 hours in the refrigeratorMaple syrup or agave syrup as a sweetener Preparation ⠀ Working time: about 20 minutes ⠀ Difficulty level: easy ⠀ First clean the carrots thoroughly and then finely grate. Squeeze out the lemon and grate the skin....

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Ritu Sandhi: Start healthy with ease from winter to spring

The Ayurvedic tradition places emphasis on a healthy and individually suitable way of life. Not only the personal constitution but also the own environment is essential. A significant change in our environment is the change from one season to the next. ⠀ The transitional phase between two seasons is referred to in Ayurveda as the ritu (the season) Sandhi (the transition/connection). ⠀ The end of winter and the beginning of spring fall on the last week of March and the first week in April. At this time the winter...

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Ritucharya: With Ayurveda Healthy And Balanced Enjoying Spring

Finally, it is time again: the days are getting longer, the flowers are blooming, and the birds are chirping. Spring (Vasant Ritu) is seen as a new beginning in many cultures – it is a time when life gradually regrows after the long winter. However, spring brings not only positive things: Due to the climatic changes, our bodies are facing quite different challenges than they were in winter. So that we come through the spring healthy, the Ayurvedic tradition holds some valuable tips for this season ready. ⠀ Spring begins:...

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Kicheri: A classic of Ayurvedic cuisine

For all those who want to recharge their batteries, our recipe for Kicheri is just right! The small mung bean sticks full of minerals and trace elements. The extra portion of ghee with its high proportion of fat-soluble vitamins provides optimal conditions for cell renewal. Just try it! ⠀ Kicheri ⠀ Ingredients: ⠀ ½ cup white organic rice½ teaspoon turmeric¼ cup of mung beans2 cups of water2 teaspoons of ghee2 pinches of black pepper2 pinches of cumin (whole) ⠀ Preparation: ⠀ Wash rice and mung beans thoroughly three times.In a...

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Golden Latte recipe

The original recipe of the "Golden Latte": healthy, calming and so delicious! ⠀ Even in ancient India, mothers have given turmeric-enriched milk to their children. It can help relieve colds and pains and has a relaxing effect on the body and mind. This is especially due to the analgesic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of the turmeric root. When mixed with the right spices, milk is also ideal against free radicals in the body. ⠀ The original recipe goes like this: ⠀ Heat 230 ml of milk (cow/ almond/ rice milk).⅓...

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Shirodhara: Ayurvedic forehead oil casting

Shirodhara: The Ayurvedic forehead oil casting ⠀ Shirodhara is an integral part of the Ayurvedic tradition Anyone who has already benefited from such an application knows how relaxing and invigorating it can be at the same time. ⠀ How does Shirodhara work? ⠀ The term Shirodhara is derived from the Sanskrit words “Shiro” (the head) and “Dhara” (the river). Together, they describe a constant “flow upside down”. A continuous stream of warmed herbal oil, herbal buttermilk or water previously boiled with herbs flows to the forehead. According to the Ayurvedic view, this process calms the entire...

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