Asttroveda Part 2 Syllabus
Dosha in-depth with remedies of Vikruti
In Ayurveda, you always start by addressing your imbalanced dosha, called Vikruti. While of course there is no substitute for seeing an Ayurvedic practitioner determine both your Prakruti and Vikruti, there are some classic signs of imbalance in each of the doshas that should help you figure out where to focus your Ayurvedic rituals and diet.
Rasayan- longevity through Ayurveda
The one change that we normally observe with progressing age is dryness within the body. Within our minds, Vata imbalance creates worry and anxiety. Rasayana anti-aging treatments improve circulation, skin health, and lubrication in our joints.
Disease onset: key to prevent before it arises
Prevention includes a wide range of activities — known as “interventions” — aimed at reducing risks or threats to health. Disease onset aims to prevent disease or injury before it ever occurs.
Dincharya: Daily regimen
In today’s world, it has become challenging to pay equal attention to health and work. Living an Ayurvedic lifestyle by following Dinacharya, an Ayurvedic daily routine is a simple solution to all the health-related worries and key to promoting a harmonious balance between mind, body, and soul.
Ritucharya: Seasonal care in Ayurveda
Ritu” which means season and “charya” which means Regimen or discipline. Ritucharya consists of a lifestyle and ayurvedic diet routine to cope with the bodily and mental impacts caused by seasonal changes as recommended by Ayurveda. Ritucharya enables us to build our physical strength and mental capability to battle ailments that may happen due to seasonal changes.
Immunity build-up: Increase your natural disease-resistant stamina
Stamina is the strength and energy that enable prolonged physical or mental effort. And strength is the state of being physically strong. Ayurveda has three fundamental energies (doshas) that govern an individual’s inner and outer environments. A small change in your lifestyle along with these natural supplements can boost your immunity, and build stamina and strength
There are lots of Ayurvedic skincare formulations out there on the market today, but it’s important to know the quality of your skin. Explore some Ayurvedic home remedies for skincare that are believed to target specific skin types and needs.
While it’s essential to follow a good skincare routine, it isn’t complete in itself. The 5,000 year-old-science of Ayurveda emphasizes the mantra ‘True beauty comes from within. Once you become intuitively tuned to understand what your skin needs, you’ll be able to approach skincare and beauty in a holistic manner.
Since everyone’s doshas are a little different, a hair growth regimen that works for one person might not work for someone else. Our hair is often an indicator of our overall health. Proper hair care is about taking care of the hair, as well as the rest of the body. Ayurvedic hair care is just one part of a holistic self-care routine that can lead to increased hair growth and shiny, healthy hair.
Some primary causes of allergies, according to Ayurveda, are genetics; weak Agni, or digestive fire; a person’s state of vikruti, or imbalance; and/or the presence of ama, undigested or poorly digested food that turns toxic and interferes with processes in the body.