Barefoot Walking in Ayurveda
With summer just round the corner, its time to get rid of those closed shoes and let your feet breathe and enjoy some well deserved prana and nature.
Ayurvedic Tips for Spring
As the weather changes from the bitter cold to signs of new life we begin a springtime routine. Ayurveda provides you with the tools required to begin a routine that will create balance and wellbeing.
Ayurveda During the Holidays
In a holiday season dominated by fatty, sugary foods and stress, the Ayurvedic lifestyle can be extremely beneficial. Explore how to live a Ayurvedic lifestyle during the hectic holiday season.
Prepare for Autumn & Winter
In this guide we will explore Ayurveda's general recommendations for autumn and winter, starting with the best dietary recommendations to adjust to the change of seasons...
Top 8 Cleansing Products for Glowing Skin
Ayurveda Pura's Daily Cleansing Milk was featured by Tajmeeli as one of their Top 8 Cleansing Products.
Ayurveda Pura Dosha Teas
A beautiful article by Pardesi Trotter reviewing Ayurveda Pura Teas according to Dosha (Body Type)
IBS: An Ayurvedic Perspective
Many people suffer from either constipation or diarrhoea at some point in life. Sometimes some people suffer from both constipation and diarrhoea and this can be termed as IBS or Irritable Bowel Syndrome. When one su...
New! Ayurvedic Golden Milk
Ayurveda Pura is proud to announce the latest product launch of Ayurvedic Golden Milk Been to their inner wellbeing range. Learn more about this exciting new product formulated by Dr. Deepa Apté from an authentic and traditional recipe.
Skin Disorders: An Ayurvedic Perspective
Everyone wants to have a beautiful skin. But unfortunately several people suffer from different skin disorders. The most common of these are acne, eczema, psoriasis etc
Psoriasis an Ayurvedic Perspective
Ayurveda looks at skin as a ‘Fire’, or Pitta related organ. Skin therefore reacts very strongly to sunlight. One gets tanned, sun burnt or perhaps simply sensitive to too much sun. All skin ailments are considered as “Pitta imbalances”