Madanapalas Health Tips
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Madanapalas Ayurvedic Tips
Ashwagandha is an amazing rejuvenative for the nervous system and increadible vitaliser - take it as a tea throughout the day or with hot milk and raw sugar (jagger) for increasing energy and vitality.
Try not to eat to much after sunset and leave at least 2 hours before bedtime after eating your last meal. Digestion is stronger in the day time.
Black salt (rock salt) is a powerful medicine and the basis of many Ayurvedic forumale. Use it in place of white salt as much as possible, it has a beautiful flavour too!
Yellow split mung beans are praised in ayurvedic texts for their nutritional value and ease of digestion.
Eat in a calm and peaceful atmosphere without rushing.
Avoid yoghurt, cheese or other heavy foods after sunset as they are best taken in the daytime for optimal digestion!
Avoid yoghurt, cheese or other heavy foods after sunset as they are best taken in the daytime for optimal digestion!
Swim in summer - walk in winter and do yoga all year round!
Try to choose land that slopes N or E or NE for ideal peaceful and prosperous living.
Take a short gentle walk after lunch to improve digestion and assimilation of food. Moderate excercise is always a panacea for digestion.
For a simple and effective detox drink 4-6 cups of hot water (filtered or mineral) when thirsty throughout the day!
Always try to eat freshly cooked food which is high in intelligence and prana - avoid microwave, canned, frozen or re-heated food which weakens the digestion!
Herbal chai tea (cinnamon, cardamon, ginger, clove, black pepper and saffron) is amazing in winter to prevent coughs and colds.
Papaya taken after a meal is an excellent boost for digestion and immunity!
Sip hot ginger water made with feshly grated ginger after meals to increase Agni (digestive fire) and for more energy and better immunity!
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