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    By Dr. Thomas Lodi The word ‘detoxification’ is almost becoming a household word. We are better understanding why ‘detoxing’ is more important than ever. Those who are more sensitive than others to toxins have a particularly daunting task to face in this overly toxic modern...

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    By: Dr. Meghana Thanki Kitchari is a seasoned mixture of rice and mung dal. It is a meal which is capable of nourishing all tissues of the body. Kitchari is rich in protein yet easy to digest giving tremendous vitality to any individual. Ayurvedically, it...

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    From 7 Centers Yoga Arts in Sedona Melissa Camacho, guest writer, licensed acupuncturist and Ayurvedic Practitioner Summer is the season of Pitta dosha. The fire element is most alive these days as the temperature increases outside, the Sun rises earlier in the morning, and the...

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    Celery is one of those vegetables that tends to sit around in the refrigerator after you buy a bunch because a recipe for soup or stew or, as Thanksgiving approaches, stuffing calls for one stalk. Celery keeps for weeks, but a lot of droop-ing stalks...

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    From 7 Centers Yoga Arts Ayurvedic Corner Lassi is a healing and comforting Ayurvedic drink made with yogurt, purified water, and digestive spices. A lassi is wonderful to pacify the Vata dosha due to the heavy and sweet qualities of the yogurt. Lassi is also...

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      When Holistic Healing News publisher Trina Becksted was asked about her favorite holiday gluten- free treat she couldn’t come up with enough good things to say about these gluten-free raspberry, almond and coconut bars that she found on the Gluten Free Goddess blog.  Try...

  •   Raw “Foodie” Pam Nectar shares 3 simple recipes for foods to beat the summer heat and how they help our bodies to to cool down!   Refreshing Lavender Mint Lemonade Cooling Mint, Alkalinizing  Lemon and soothing Lavender blend to make a gourmet twist on...

  • By: Susun Weed Kava kava is an erotic friend of mine. Which may surprise those who think of this root from the South Seas as a sleep-inducing sedative. And which may dismay those who think of Piper methysticum as a standardized extract or capsule or...