अमन्त्रमक्षरं नास्ति नास्ति मूलमनौषधम् |
अयोग्य: पुरुषो नास्ति योजकस्तत्र दुर्लभ: ||
amantramakSharaM nAsti nAsti moolamanauShadhaM |
ayogyaH puruSho nAsti yojakastara durlabhaH ||
– (चरक संहिता)
There is no letter/sound that is not a mantra
There is not a plant/root that is not a food/medicine |
There is not a man who is not useful.
Yet, enabling these wisely is the challenge ||
– Charaka Samhita
Nutrition plays a central role in our living. Ayurveda recognizes this in its entirety. And hence, the focus of Diet, Lifestyle, Medicine and Therapy in this more than 6000 year old health care system. Ayurveda is not only a comprehensive medical system but also a way of life.
At AyurVAID Kalmatia you get to savour the best of Ayurveda Cuisine. You also take with you the nuances of Ayurveda cooking and diet, a sure way finder to healthier and happier life.
With special emphasis on Ahar (diet) and Anna (food), Ayurveda reminds us that healthy nutrition nourishes the mind, body and soul. There is no simplification as good or bad food. A diet should be customized for each individual according to ones own needs, body constitution (dosha) and agni (digestive power). Also, the quality and properties of food should be taken into consideration such as heavy, light and oily.
We help you understand and experience the various factors that influence food, such as its biological properties, seasons, preparation and freshness; how one should balance food according to one’s body constitution taking into consideration the body type (pita, kapha, or vata); how and why the food you partake should also compliment the seasonal and daily changes and other natural factors that surround you; and the correct dietary practices.You will also experience the advantages of minimal consumption of raw food and vegetables; knowledge of herbs and their effects prior to use; and why food combinations such as bananas with milk are ‘antagonistic’ and need to be avoided.
Come to AyurVAID Kalmatia and discover how taste (Rasa) plays a major role in proper digestion, and the role each of the six tastes of food sweet (madhura), sour (amla), lavana (salty), pungent (tikta), bitter (katu) and astringent (kasaya) plays in the six stages of digestive process, and the role each taste plays in the stimulation of the digestive and immune systems.
Discover and experience Ayurveda Principles of cooking and processing food; the right quantity of food; the right utensils to use; and the Ayurveda Table Manners too. Discover Lifestyle Management thru’ Ayurveda in the pure settings of Almora, Kumaon, Uttarakhand in the Himalayas.
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Disclaimer: * Outcomes may vary from person to person