Ayurveda and the Seasons

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Ayurveda recommends a seasonal routine (ritucharya) and another daily one (dinacharya) to maintain healthful, that benefits to you of a long life with spiritual growth. Every season offers an opportunity for the rejuvenation, the chemical decontamination and the inner development.
The spring, that marks the beginning of the annual cycle in the nature is one season humid with rains where the qualities of Kapha are accumulated, nevertheless the spring harvest is the perfect antidote to balance this, you only have to eat the green buds, berries and leaves that grow in these months because the accumulated fats emulsify during the months of cold. It is the season in which the body wants to come off its reserves of fat and toxins, while you follow a diet of season and alkalina with a level of minimum stress, the body by itself enters a process of chemical decontamination and natural fat destruction.
The days of the summer are long and the short nights, the nature provides fruits energetics to maintain the greater level to us of activity during those longer days. Generally, the summery foods refresh our metabolisms and therefore they avoid the accumulation of pitta, this situation in which the weaves become inflamed and dry happens rather towards the end of the summer when so many weeks of summer cause that the heat begins to accumulate.
During the transition to the winter, most recommendable it is to eat bitter roots and refreshing fruits that are laxative natural of that accumulated pitta, toxic blood or remainders that must leave the body.
The cold of the winter is mitigated with the warm, greasy food harvest and sweet, these are rejuvenecedores that isolate to the body during the cold months and feed so much the body and the mind when the short days provide an opportunity for the rejuvenation.

2015-09-07T14: 58:07+00:00

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