The short answer to the question is: no. Not on my watch. This question raises an important set of points that I am keen to cover. Ayurveda Was
As I Enter the Middle Stages of My Life, Are There Any Ayurvedic Practices that Will Help Me Feel Vibrant, Giving Me More Time and Space For Creativity?
Thank you for your question. Time, ah time, what a phenomena. I feel like I’ve been in a time/space vortex for the last year or so. But being still
Thank you for writing in about this, Ayurveda treatments begin with gut health. Our ability to properly digest our food and experiences is paramount
Thank you for writing in about this. Type 2 diabetes is a chronic ailment that can often be treated by Ayurveda. Ayurveda has to get to the root
Coronavirus Has Left Me With Hair Loss, What Can I Do To Make Sure I Get My Hair Back and Don’t Lose More?
Thank you for your question and I am sorry to hear of your hair loss after coronavirus. I wrote a little about hair loss here, but the coronavirus
I’ve had Granuloma Annulare lesions on my hands for 6 years. While I was pregnant it completely cleared up, but now my son is 9 months old and it’s reappearing. Could you give me insight into what is causing it and how I can help it?
This is an interesting case, thank you for getting in touch. What is Granuloma Annulare? Granuloma Annulare is a chronic skin imbalance, where
I have been taking Chyawanprash for a month now, should I be taking other supplements? I want to be vibrant and healthy for the next 40 years…
Great to hear you have been taking it for a month now. How are you now feeling? This is an important point and something that often comes up with
Yes! Chyawanprash is safe to consume during breastfeeding. Let me explain why. The main ingredient of Chyawanprash is amalaki, which is one of the
Since having children, I have lost my natural kapha hair tendencies: it’s gone from thick and shiny to dry with brittle ends. Do you have any tips for regaining hair health?
Aaah, our dear heads of hair, how they can change and what they're trying to tell us when they do... In Ayurveda, hair is seen as a “waste product”