Saumya Singh

Saumya is a writing enthusiast & a lover of literature who enjoys to write and tell stories. She holds a Master’s degree in English and has a keen interest in the world of Ayurveda.

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Saumya Singh

Ayurveda and Non-Vegetarian Diet

“Ayurveda is a vegetarian system” is a myth. Ayurveda advises a Sattvic diet & in many cases, meat & meat broth is advised as a treatment for many diseases, particularly during recovery.

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The 6 Tastes of Ayurveda: Road To Perfect Health

Ayurveda identifies 6 tastes in our diet: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent, & astringent. Each of these are made of 5 life elements & can influence overall well-being. It is crucial to include to all these tastes in your diet.

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Understanding Kapha

KOM-590-KT-Blogs-All KOM-590-KT-Blogs-All 100% 12 F412 Kapha dosha is associated with Earth & Water element. It is translated as which holds things together. It manages body’s lubrication, balance, and support. Kapha individuals are precise and disciplined. Screen reader support enabled. Kapha dosha is associated with Earth & Water element. It is translated as which holds things together. It manages body’s lubrication, balance, and support. Kapha individuals are precise and disciplined. Turn on screen reader support

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Understanding Pitta

Pitta dosha is associated with Fire and Water element. It regulates digestion & metabolism & is known to govern body temperature, perception, and emotions. Pitta individuals are forceful, intense & like to be leaders, planners.

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Understanding Vata Dosha

Vata dosha is associated with the Air & Space element. Vata is a Sanskrit term meaning “to flow” & governs all mental & physical movements. Vata individuals are creative, easy-learners and multi-taskers.

Everything You Wanted To Know About Turmeric But Were Afraid
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Everything You Wanted To Know About Turmeric But Were Afraid To Ask

Curcuma longa or famously known as Turmeric is the “golden wonder” of Ayurveda (Ancient Indian Medicine System). It is a rhizome belonging to the ginger family.