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Top Ten Ayurveda Medicines that Are Not Herbs

Date & Time: 
July 9, 2018 - 5:00pm - 6:30pm (Pacific time)
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TOP TEN AYURVEDA MEDICINES THAT ARE NOT HERBS

Sure, we know most Ayurvedic remedies come as powders or pills. But Ayurveda offers so much more.

Many of you are familiar with the “mixed churna” (powder) formula, and you may even be a formulator yourself. What we haven’t seen so much until recently is the wide selection of preparations used in Ayurveda.

According to Ayurveda, the nose is the doorway to the brain, so we often use medicines that go into the nose. That idea took a while to get used to here, but now the neti pot is right in your home. But that is just the beginning of up-the-nose medicine. Add to that herbal wines for digestion, the heart and beyond. Ayurveda has a long tradition of making herbs and fruits into potent medicinal herbal pastes. Eat them on toast, off a spoon, or in a beverage, and they will bump up your stamina and immunity while they roll back your age. In fact, the most purchased natural medicine in the world is an Ayurvedic herbal paste. Maybe you’ve heard of herbal ghee. Learn how and when to use it, and which formula to use.

Join us to discover the world beyond Ayurvedic powders and pills. We'll explore finding good quality products, effective doses and choices for the right remedies. Includes Wine, Jelly, Herbal ghee, Eye Wash, Neti, Nasya, etc.

Learn how to take your health to the next level with these top ten Ayurvedic medicines!

Learn how to take your health to the next level with these top ten Ayurvedic medicines!

Time: 5:00 to 6:30 PDT (Los Angeles), 8:00 to 9:30 EDT (New York)


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