Blog posts

Turkish Lentil Balls with an Ayurvedic Twist Tue May 22, 2018

Turkish Lentil Balls with Bulgur with an Ayurvedic Twist – Mercimek Köftesi

This vegetarian ball is one of the most popular appetizers of Turkish cuisine. This well loved Turkish dish is healthy and delicious especially for Vata and Pitta people. As a very easy vegetarian recipe, you just combine cooked red lentils and bulgur with special spices and seasoning and shape into balls. Perfect for entertaining a crowd.

Ayurvedic Chart
• Dosha Effect : VP – K+
• Rasa: Sweet,...

(more...)

The Three Doshas and the Mind in Ayurveda Wed May 09, 2018

By Sarah Moore May 7, 2018

We are able to draw parallels of the metaphorical illustration from the Bhagavad Gita with Krishna and Arjuna riding in a chariot to the ways in which the subdoshas relate to the mind.

In the illustration, Atma is the owner of the chariot, the chariot is the Body, the driver is Buddhi, the reins Mind, and horses Indriyas.

To an effect, all the Vata subdoshas associated with mind (Prana Vayu, Udana Vayu, Vyana Vayu and Apana Vayu) are...

(more...)

Unmada in Ayurveda Wed May 02, 2018

By Conner Severson, AP Student

An example of Majja Dhatu Imbalance- Unmada

Unmada is a big topic. Science still doesn't fully understand the inner workings of many mental illnesses.

In Mental illness, western medicines allow the person to live out a heavily pharmaceutically altered life. It is hard for such people to relapse, so they cant get off their medicine. Statistically, 1 out of 10 patients commit suicide) :

Unmada in Ayurveda includes.

Delusions –false ideas--individuals...

(more...)