Medicinal-Foods Radio Show at Bhakti Fest 2016
Tune into this interview conducted at Bhakti Fest 2016 Yoga & Music Festival in Joshua Tree, CA. Sky Kubby Interviews Madhava Ananda on Shilajit, Doshas in Ayurveda and astrological trends. Find out how to enhance your stamina with this powerful, energizing yet grounding Ayurvedic herb. Aldo discover your specific mind-body type. Learn why Shilajit is called the Conquerer of Mountains and Destroyer of All Evils!
Right: Sky Kubby, Founder of Medicinals Foods Interviewing Madhava Ananda, middle. Far left, Samantha Stelk, Medicinal-Foods Sales.
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Medicinal Foods Radio Rebroadcast: Madhava Ananda, Shilajit, Doshas and Astrological Trends
The term “Ayurveda” combines the Sanskrit words Ayur (life) and Veda (science or knowledge). Thus, Ayurveda means “the science of life.”
Shilajit, “The Invincible Rock”
According to the experts at Ayurvedic Living based in India, Shilajit is a mineral deposit that is made up of humus and decomposed plant remains. When these components get pressed between layers of rocks for millions of years, they are converted into a gummy substance usually black, white or brown in colour, and resembles asphalt in appearance. When there is a crack in the rock, the material oozes out of it, and settles itself on the rocks. These are found in high altitude mountains. In Ayurveda, it is regarded as the strongest age fighting and rejuvenating component of the earth. In English, it is better known as “the mineral pitch”. The name itself is a Sanskrit term that means “invincible rock”. This is because it is believed that it has the ability to any problem or ailment. The humic composition gives it the healing and health properties for which is known as the conqueror of mountains and destroyer of weakness.
For more information please check out AyurvedicLiving.org, they also explain more about the Ayurvedic Doshas and how to incorporate balance in our daily lives.
(dosh’ah) according to the principle of constitution of the physical body in ayuveda, one of the three vital bioenergies: Vata, Pitta and Kapha condensed from the five elements in the mind and body, and along with the seven dhatus (tissues) and three malas (waste products) make up the human body. The attributes of the doshas and their specific combination within each individual helps determines the specifics physical and mental characteristics, while imbalance among the doshas in the cause of disease.
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