What is the first thing you should do when you wake up? Brush your teeth or gargle?
What is the last thing you think about at the end of the day for a good night's sleep?
Over centuries, we have had this science at our disposal, and today it is leading the charge of becoming the most recognised, relevant, and necessary practice — across the globe — and for a good reason.
While your pantry often doubles up as your skincare, Ayurveda relies on kitchen ingredients for their medicinal properties like Cumin, Fennel,Tulsi (holy basil), Karpurapuspa (chamomile), Ashwangandha and Moringa all that work towards encouraging a healthy digestive and immune system and promoting mental wellbeing — it transcends beyond just potions and herbs and guides you through rituals, learnings, and experiences to discover, empower and heal yourself.
Ayurveda strongly advocates,
“If you can't eat it, don't apply it on your skin.”
Your skincare should consist of products that are made of natural and organic ingredients. The benefits your skin will obtain from these ingredients are the same as what your body would receive if you consume them.
THE AYURVEDA-YOGA CONNECTION
“YOGA IS A LIGHT, WHICH ONCE LIT WILL NEVER DIM. THE MORE YOU PRACTICE, THE BRIGHTER THE FLAME.”