Join us for a practical and informative workshop for everyone wanting to grow their Ayurvedic or Herbal Practice – it is especially useful for anyone just starting out.
Amla (Phyllanthus emblica) or Indian gooseberry, is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda’s pharmacopoeia. Amla is one of the major ingredients in two of the most famous Ayurvedic preparations; triphala and chywanaprash.
This sugar free banana cake has plenty of natural sweetness so there’s no need for any sugar. Moist, delicious, healthy, wheat-free, sugar-free, just enjoy it.
Dr Vasant Lad will return in from Tuesday 13th October – Friday 16th October 2020 for his annual series of practically oriented seminars at the Bhaktivedanta Manor, Watford.
Saag-aloo-paneer is delicious and of course, very nutritious, especially made with kale. If you blend the sauce well, children love this dish.
Gotu kola has been used in Asia for thousands of years, both as a medicine and as a leafy vegetable. It is first mentioned in the historic ‘Sushruta Samhita’, one of the earliest Ayurvedic medical texts compiled around 300 C.E.
Full of sweet and stimulating essential oils, cinnamon is a long-time favourite for invigorating, warming and generally making life more delicious.
Split yellow mung dal pacifies all three doshas. It promotes digestion, high in fibre, a source of protein and promotes strength. A simple and nourishing dish that can be eaten all year round!
Sue Clark, of the Ayurvedic Professionals Association shares why more and more people are looking towards Ayurveda to improve their health and wellbeing.