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Ayurvedic Resource Sheet
Preventative maintenance tips and tools to help keep the internal body nourished, moving and cleansed.
Four Simple Things You Can Start Today
Drink 16 oz of warm lemon, lime or plain water first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. Drinking this helps clear the digestive tract of toxins that have built up overnight.
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Before you drink that water, a good tongue scraping is recommended. Tongue scraping can clear the bacteria from the mouth and any undigested food that may have collected overnight. So doing this first thing in the morning will remove this so you can drink your water without it being washed back into the body. Plus it’s a great overall healthy habit for oral hygiene. There are many other benefits.
A good link on benefits is:
Ayurvedic Abhyanga Massage is performed using warm or luke warm medicated oils. Light pressure is applied on sensitive areas, nerve endings such as soles of the feet and palms and base of the fingers. After a healing massage, the oil is left on the body to do its magic.
Since we are ordered to have no physical contact, it is important to make sure your nourish yourself with a massage.
Use an oil you have at home (olive oil, coconut oil, sesame oil, sunflower oil and feel free to infuse it with an essential oil).
Dry Brushing – You can use a brush, jute mitt, or silk gloves. This kick starts the movement of lymph in your body. It is right under the skin so light strokes for up to 10 seconds per area is very good! This is done with a dry body!
Note that this list is not inclusive as there are many practices you can do, however these are the easiest to incorporate in your day
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