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Both shatavari and ghee hold special places of honor in Ayurveda. Enjoy this delicious and vitalizing drink recipe day or night for a healthy dose of both!
Many of the negative symptoms attached to the menstrual cycle are commonly known as PMS. But, from an Ayurvedic viewpoint, they are a request for more self-care.
Menopause can be an incredible time for self-development and cultivating new passions. Learn more about Ayurveda's approach to menopause in this article.
Here are 3 recipes to begin to incorporate sprouts into your Ayurvedic diet, and we encourage you to play with adding them to your own favorite recipes as well!
As adults, we sometimes need to relearn how to nourish ourselves every day, how to find a balance of self-care, and how to receive nourishment from others.
This report is a thorough look at what we’ve accomplished over the year of 2020, where we’ve fallen short, and where we plan to make improvements in the future.
Rejuvenation is a special branch of Ayurveda that promotes longevity. In this article, we'll explore some of Ayurveda's favorite rasayanas, or rejuvenating herbs.
This simple sattvic soup blends spring’s vibrant asparagus, bright bitter greens, and hints of warming spices to leave you feeling light, clean, and energized.
Spring is a time to make way for the new and plant seeds of possibility. Discover some simple ways to embrace the natural opportunities that this season brings.
Fresh dairy from the farm is not always possible. So, what can we do? Here is some information on milk and milk alternatives from an Ayurvedic perspective.
In this tasty springtime recipe, red dal combines with vibrant, seasonal produce and carefully selected herbal allies to bring new life to your table.
While seasonal cleansing is important, what we do after a cleanse can be even more so. These rejuvenation practices will help you feel renewed and replenished.
Tulsi is one of those herbs that can benefit just about everyone. Get cozy with your tea and join us as we sing the well-earned praises of this Queen of Herbs.
Working from home can feel like a mixed blessing. See how Ayurveda can optimize your work from home routine and help you feel focused, energized, and creative.
Sacred gardening honors the innate intelligence of plants. Learn more about the Ayurvedic approach to gardening and how to connect more deeply to nature.
Must we really eat only kitchari during cleansing—even if we get sick of it? Learn more about kitchari and alternatives in case you hit a mid-cleanse slump.
Rice porridge, also called congee, is a good breakfast for pitta and vata. This recipe calls for cumin, but you can add any spices that support digestion.
Just like the gut is teeming with beneficial bacteria, our skin is also home to essential microorganisms. Learn how using oil can support the skin's microbiome.
For kitchari to do its job while cleansing, it's important that it remains simple and easy to digest. But that doesn't mean your kitchari needs to be boring!
Agni (the digestive fire) plays an important role in supporting healthy digestion—especially during an Ayurvedic cleanse. Learn more in this Ask Banyan article.
Are you craving something crunchy and savory during your cleanse? Whip up these tasty kale-chips! This recipe is cleanse-friendly and worthy of a "snaccident."
When done correctly, cleansing can rebuild your body from a place of nourishment and love. Here are five mistakes to avoid for a better cleansing experience.
These ten simple postures can support the parasympathetic nervous system and create a sense of calm. Give them a try the next time you’re feeling out-of-sorts.
Our Community Grant Fund helps us enable Ayurvedic changemakers to better support their communities. Meet our 2020 recipients, Olatokunboh Obasi and Amy Branum.