Ayurveda Superfood Products

DETOX SMOOTHIE BLEND – 4oz – Organic

SUPPORTS THE COLON FOR CLEANSING - Constipation - NO SENNA
Ingredients:
Spirulina
Chlorella
Flaxseed
Maca
Acai
Goji Berry
Dashmoola
Brahmi
Pau D Arco
Triphala
Haritaki
Amla
Turmeric
Cacao

Add one teaspoon to smoothie daily

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4oz/112gms - 56 Servings INGREDIENTS: NO SENNA in this Product Spirulina Flax Meal Chorella Hemp Seed Holy Basil Cacao Acai Magnesium Triphala (Amalaki, Bibhikaki, Haritaki) Bibhitaki Haritaki Yacon Goji Berry Hibiscus Sandalwood Ginger Cardamom Nutmeg Noni Dashmoola Purnavarna Aloe Vera Powder Turmeric Vanilla teas Salt Detox Smoothie Blend is a blend of Ayurvedic Herbs which cleanse the Colon. This blend does not have Senna. It is a bitter taste, so either add to a small amount of Smoothie, or with water in the evening or morning. 4oz - 56 Servings - 1 Teaspoon per day , increasing it by a teaspoon up to 5 days for ultimate Cleansing...

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MIRACLE LYMPHATIC SUPPORT – Organic

Amazing Lymphatic Support. Add to Smoothie 1 teas daily
Manjista, Triphala, Amalaki, Moringa, Turmeric, Pippali
The Lymph system is associated to the Immune System, and when under stress decreases the function. Proper lymph is important to rid the body of toxins. This mixture of organic herbs also supports blood.

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1 teas daily in Smoothie

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Supergreen 528hz Original Blend

NO SUGARS IN THIS BLEND (Cacao, Yacon, Acai, Goji Berry)  Ideal for CANDIDA, CANCER, DIABETICS

This is the original blend of the Supergreen 528 Love.  It is designed for all the Ayurvedic Doshas.  It is primarily a smoothie blend though it can also be used as a tea, garnish, or however you see fit.  Many people have started calling it the love potion.

TriDoshic Blend
Supports:  All 5 Elements in Balance and Harmony
Emotion:   528Hz Love

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ORIGINAL TRIDOSHIC = HARMONY FOR ALL AREAS OF THE BODY IDEAL FOR CANCER PATIENTS, DIABETICS, CANDIDA All ingredients sugar - free 4oz/112gms - 35 Servings ORGANIC INGREDIENTS: ORGANIC INGREDIENTS: SPIRULINA - Rich in Antioxidants, Boosts Energy & Cellular Health, Antiaging HEMP PROTEIN & Seeds - Hemp protein powder possesses high amounts of good quality fats, and it is also one of the few food sources which contains GLA – we need these nutrients in order to maintain a healthy cellular growth. CHLORELLA: Chlorella is comprised of a fibrous, indigestible outer shell (20%) and its inner nutrients (80%). It is the fibrous material which has been proven to actually bind with the heavy metals and pesticides - such as PCBs - which can accumulate in our bodies. A clean bloodstream, with an abundance of red blood cells to carry oxygen, is necessary to a strong natural defense system. Chlorella's cleansing action on the bowel and other elimination channels, as well as its protection of the liver, helps keep the blood clean. Clean blood insures that metabolic wastes are efficiently carried away from the tissues. Chlorella gets its name from the high amount of chlorophyl it possesses. Chlorella contains more chlorophyl per gram than any other plant. Chlorophyl is one of the greatest food substances for cleansing the bowel and other elimination systems, such as the liver and the blood. FLAXMEAL: t may be tiny, but it’s mighty: The flax seed carries one of the biggest nutrient payloads on the planet. And while it’s not technically a grain, it has a similar vitamin and mineral profile to grains, while the amount of fiber, antioxidants, and Omega-3 fatty acids in flax leaves grains in the dust. MACA: From Peru: Scientists and doctors are now finding maca to be one of the best natural ways to regulate and support endocrine health. This action regulates metabolism, energy levels, growth, sexual development and the sense of well being and attitude. Thankfully, maca does not contain hormones itself. Instead it provides a unique set of nutrients that directly fuel the endocrine system and help the glands to produce vital hormones in precise dosages predetermined by one's own body. MAGNESIUM: The crucial health benefits of magnesium include solving or preventing osteoporosis, heart attacks, hypertenstion, constipation, migraines, leg cramps, kidney stones, gallstones and more ACAI: From Brazil, Acai Berry is from a Palm. Acai is a rich source of anthocyanins (water soluble red/blue color fruit) and other phenolics and phyto-nutrients. Acai berries are amongst the most nutritious foods of the Amazon, rich in B vitamins, minerals, fiber, protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Acai also contains oleic acid (omega-9), a beneficial fatty acid (often mistakenly referred to as essential). Minerals found in Acai Berry: Potassium is the mineral most abundant in the Acai. Acai is also rich in copper, and unusually high in manganese. AMLA: Amla is commonly known as amalaki, Indian gooseberry and medically known as emblica officinalis. Amla is a natural antioxidant and is a popular home remedy. Amla prevents early aging of human body. Amla is good for hair. Amla is good for respiratory function. Amla treats and prevents skin disorders. Natural medicine suggests Amla in the treatment of eye disorders. Fruit of Amla is beneficial in treatment of human scurvy. Amla is a pure herb and is called the king of herbs. TULSI BASIL: Holy Basil (scientific name is Ocimum Sanctum) or Tulsi is undoubtedly the best medicinal herb ever known. It has endless miraculous and medicinal values and is being worshipped in India since thousands of years. Even going closer to a Tulsi plant alone can protect you from many infections. Health Benefits are: kidney stones, eye care, skin care, headaches, anti-aging, immunity, radiation poisoning, dental care, oral care, stress, heart disease, lung disorders, asthma, respiratory disease, fever CINNAMON: Ayurveda, cinnamon is used as a remedy for diabetes, indigestion, and colds. Cinnamon is used for colds, flatulence, nausea, diarrhea, and painful menstrual periods. It's also believed to improve energy, vitality, and circulation GINGER: Historically, ginger has a long tradition of being very effective in alleviating symptoms of gastrointestinal distress. In herbal medicine, ginger is regarded as an excellent carminative (a substance which promotes the elimination of intestinal gas) and intestinal spasmolytic (a substance which relaxes and soothes the intestinal tract). Modern scientific research has revealed that ginger possesses numerous therapeutic properties including antioxidant effects, an ability to inhibit the formation of inflammatory compounds, and direct anti-inflammatory effects. HIBISCUS: Painful urination, cystitis, cough, fever, toxins in the blood. Cooling herb VANILLA: The extract contains small amounts of B-complex group of vitamins such as niacin, pantothenic acid, thiamin, riboflavin and vitamin B-6. These B-complex groups of vitamins help in enzyme synthesis, nervous system function and regulating body metabolism. This spice also contains small traces of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese, iron and zinc. Potassium in an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure. Manganese and copper are used by the body as co-factors for the antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase. Iron is essential for red blood cell production and as a co-factor for cytochrome oxidases enzymes. ASHWAGANDHA: Is an antioxidant, reduces inflammation, reduces stress, aphrodisic, strengthening to muscles and releases lactic acid BIBHITAKI: Tonic for the lungs, improves voice, vision and promotes growth of hair. It is both strongly laxative and astringent, cleansing the bowels and increasing their tone. Removes parasites. HARITAKI: Feeds the brain and the nerves and imparts the energy of pure awareness. Regulates the colon. Improves digestion and absorption. MSM: Energy levels increase with MSM because it helps make the cell walls more permeable. Our cell walls get thicker and more rigid with age; this tends to create a lessening of the amount of nutrients and oxygen that can enter the cell through the cell wall. Also, toxins which get stored in the cell get trapped within the cells because of the lower permeability of the cell wall. When MSM goes into the body the permeability of the cell walls greatly increases, enhancing the absorbtion of nutrients and oxygen and helping release the toxins which were stuck in cells. When these toxins leave the body, it helps to increase our energy. NUTMEG: nutmeg is a kapha and vata doshas suppressant herb. The dry and ripened seeds of nutmeg contains a fixed oil and the dry leaves of this herb contains a compound myristicin. It helps reduce convulsions, pain and inflammation because of its hot potency. It also help clears the respiratory passage and normalizes the digestive system. Helps with Insomnia RED SANDALWOOD: sandalwoodis notorious for having both anti-aging and beneficial effects to make skin glow. SHATAVARI: Supports female reproductive system and blood. Effective for dry and inflamed membranes of the stomach SHILAJIT: Indian shilajit is a mineral found in rocks in the Himalayan Mountains. It is actually decomposed plant matter that has been integrated with rock and drips from the rocks during hot weather due to geothermal pressure. This amazing mineral substance is collected in the form of a thick paste and purified for medicinal use. In traditional Indian medicine (Ayurveda), shilajit is known as a hot bitter. It is used to boost energy caused by stress and anxiety, to renew sexual and spiritual vitality and as an overall tonic. TURMERIC: is an excellent natural antibiotic, while at the same time it strengthens digestion and helps improve intestinal floras. Purifies the blood and warms the blood. Purifies the channels of the subtle body. Helps stretch the ligaments CARDAMOM: Digestive, respiratory, circulatory, nervous Cardamom is one of the best and safest digestive stimulants. It awakens the spleen, stimulates digestion. Stimulates the mind and heart and gives clarity and joy. Cardamom is good for the nervous digestive upset of vomiting, belching or acid regurgitation. HIMALAYAN ROCK SALT: Himalayan crystal salt is far superior to traditional iodized salt which is extremely toxic. Himalayan salt is millions of years old. It is a pure form of salt, untouched by many of the toxins and pollutants that pervade other forms of ocean salt. Known in the Himalayas as “white gold,” Himalayan Crystal Salt contains the same 84 natural minerals and elements found in the human body. This crystal form of salt has also been maturing over the past 250 million years under intense tectonic pressure, creating an environment of zero exposure to toxins and impurities. CLOVES: Cloves are an effective stimulant and aromatic for the lungs and stomach. They dispel chill and disinfect the lymphatics. Benefits toothache, colds, asthma, low blood pressure, impotence. Warming NEEM: Neem is a multipurpose herb, which is recommended in every type of ailment. Following are the wonders of neem, which ayurveda has to offer to this world and modern life style of living. Neem act as anti bacterial, anti parasitic, anti fungal, anti protozoal and anti viral thus helps in protection from all the microorganisms, which are always ready to invade in our body causing serious ailments. GOOD FOR TRAVELLING NONI: Fruit grown on Noni Tree. Benefits are Addictions Allergies Arthritis Asthma Atherosclerosis Colds Constipation Coughing Depression Diabetes Drug addiction Energy Fevers Gastric ulcers Headache High blood pressure Infections Insomnia Irregular heartbeat Menstrual cramps Migraine Sinus Sleeping disorders Sunburn Recommended Use: Smoothie - Add 1 teaspoon SG 528 to 1-cup water/coconut water, with fruit and berries of choice or fresh greens. Add dates, tahini, coconut oil, coconut butter (if no access to fresh coconuts) Tea - Add 1 teaspoon SG 528 to warm water or tea. Salads, soups, dressings - garnish freely with SG 528 Spirulina Hemp Protein & Seeds Chlorella Flax Maca Magnesium Amla Tulsi Basil Cinnamon Ginger Hibiscus Vanilla Ashwagandha Bibhitaki Haritaki Red Sandalwood Vanilla Turmeric Shilajit Shatavari MSM Powder Noni Powder Cardamom Clove Neem Nutmeg Himalayan Salt Reishi Recommended Use: Smoothie - Add 1 teaspoon SG 528 to 1-cup water/coconut water, with fruit and berries of choice or fresh greens. Tea - Add 1 teaspoon SG 528 to warm water or tea. Salads, soups, dressings - garnish freely with SG 528

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Ayurveda and Doshas

AYURVEDA:

Ayurveda is a medical science, and it’s purpose is to heal and maintain the vitality of life. It is an art of daily living that has evolved from practical, philosophical and spiritual illumination, rooted in the understanding of Creation. It offers a profound understanding of each person’s unique body, mind and consciousness, which is the foundation of health and happiness.

Ayurveda is very old, with it’s roots going far back into Indian antiquity. It has been practiced continuously in India for thousands of years.

The entire Vedic tradition is composed of highly spiritual wisdom and pure knowledge revealed through the hearts of enlightened rishis (seers). It is not a creation made by the mind of man but rather a revelation from the hearts of meditative sages. This ancient wisdom came from the caves and mountains of India where the rishis had ashrams and disciples. Students came to study with them, and the rishis imparted knowledge as they experienced it in a deep state of meditation. These early teachings were an oral tradition and, because there were no books, the students stored the knowledge in their minds and it became a part of them. They tried to impart this knowledge from one soul to another soul through oral tradition.

The Charaka Samhita, compiled approximately 400C.E., is the oldest ancient Sanskrit Ayurvedic text still in existence and describes the five subdoshas of vata. The Sushruta of Samhita text, compiled by the sage Nagarjune, frist described surgery, blood, and the five pitta subdoshas. Vaghbhate was a famous Ayurvedic physical from the 6th century C.E., who wrote the Ashtanga Hridayam and the Ashtanga Sangraha.

Ayurveda finds its home in the hearts of special beings whose dharma (life purpose) it is to preserve and maintain traditions of wisdom for the purpose of healing themselves and the world.

We have to read ourselves, our thoughts, emotions, reactions and feelings in every aspect of life and inquire of ourselves what we are.

There are eight ways to overcome suffering.

Right Perception and Observation
Right Thinking
Right Speaking
Right Conduct
Right Living
Right Doing
Right Mindfulness
Right Meditation

DOSHAS:

According to Ayurvedic philosophy, the entire cosmos is an interplay of energies of the five elements, Ether, Air, Fire, Water, Earth. Ayurveda groups the five elements into three basic types of energy or functional principles that are present in everybody and everything. Vata, Pitta, Kapha are called the three Doshas. Dosha is organization. As long as the doshas are normal in quality and quantity, they maintain a harmonious psychophysiology. The moment they go out of balance, they corrupt or pollute the bodily tissues and then they become impure and lead to disease.

Energy is required to create movement so that fluids and nutrients get to the cells, enabling the body to function. Energy is also necessary to metabolise the nutrients in the cells and is utilized to lubricate and maintain cellular structure.

Vata is the energy of movement, transportation and communication
Pitta the energy of transformation, digestion or metabolism
,Kapha the energy of lubrication, strength and structure.

VATA:

In the body, Vata principally composed of Ether and Air, is the subtle energy associated with movement. It governs breathing, blinking, muscle and tissue movement, the pulsation of the heart, and all the movements I the cytoplasm and cell membranes. In balance Vata promotes creativity and flexibility. Out of balance, Vata produces fear, anxiety and abnormal movements.

Qualities of Vata are:
Dry
Light
Cold
Rough
Subtle
Mobile
Clear

Characteristics of Vata:
Physically vaqta persons have light, flexible bodies and big, protruding teeth. They have small recessed dry eyes. With irregular appetite and thirst. They often experience digestive and malabsorption problems. Vata types tend to be delicate in health, so may have few or no children.

Vata individuals are easily excited. Indeed they are alert and quick to act without much thinking. They have good imaginations and enjoy daydreaming. Vata individuals are loving people but may love someone out of fear or loneliness. Fears of darkness, heights and enclosed spaces are not uncommon in vata individuals. Their faith is flexible and ready to change, but the change does not necessarily last for long. Because of this tendency to change, vata people may often move furniture or residence to keep from feeling bored. They do not like sitting idle and seek constant action. Due to their active natures, they make good money but spend it on trifles and have difficulty saving.

The Treatment Strategy for Vata:
VATA
Meditation
Sleep
Abhyanga (warm oil Massage)

Food Tastes to Balance Vata: Sweet, Sour Salty

VATA PACIFYING DIET

FAVOR

The following foods are suitable for your condition. Give them preference over food in the avoid section

GENERAL: Warm foods ad drinks, unctuous (oily) food, food with predominantly sweet, sour, and salty tastes

GRAINS:
Rice, wheat

DAIRY:
All dairy products

SWEETENERS:
Sugar cane products, molasses

OILS:
All oils

FRUITS:
Sweet fruits, grapes, cherries, peaches, melons, avocado, coconut, banana, sweet orange, sweet pineapple, sweet plums, sweet berries, mango, fresh figs

VEGETABLES
Well cooked vegetables, beets, carrots, asparagus, cucumber, sweet potato

NUTS:
All nuts

SPICES:
Black pepper (in small quantity), cinnamon, cardamon, cumin, ginger, salt, cove, mustard seeds

ANIMAL FOODS
(for non-vegetarian)
Chicken or turkey (white meat), sea food

AVOID OR REDUCE:

The following foods taken in large quantities are not suitable for your condition. These foods should either be avoided or reduced in quantity and frequency in your diet.

GENERAL:
Light diet and fasting, dry foods, cold foods and drinks, foods having predominantly pungent, bitter or astringent tastes.

GRAINS:
Barley, corn, millet, buckwheat, rye, oats

FRUITS:
Dried fruits, apple, pear, pomegranate, cranberry

VEGETABLES
Raw vegetables, potato, brussel sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, peas, cauliflower, lettuce, spinach, bean sprouts, zucchini, celery (These vegetables may be taken in moderate but not large quantity. They should always be cooked.)

BEANS:
All beans should be avoided except for pulses (dahl), green beans, and tofu

ANIMAL FOODS
(for non-vegetarians)
Beef, rabbit, pheasant

PITTA:

Principally made up of Fire and Water, Pitta expresses itself as the body’s metabolic system. It governs digestion, absorption, assimilation, nutrition, metabolism, body temperature – all transformations. In balance, pitta promotes understanding and intelligence. Out of balance, pitta arouses anger, hatred, jealousy, and inflammatory disorders.

Qualities of Pitta are:
Hot
Sharp
Light
Liquid
Mobile
Oily

Characteristics of Pitta:
Pitta types have excellent capability for learning, understanding and concentrating. They are highly disciplined and excellent leaders. These people are blessed with wisdom, which is sometimes reflected by baldness, so much wisdom indeed that it ‘burns’off their hair!

Pitta individuals never yield an inch from their principles, which sometimes leads them to fanaticism. They may give a wrong answer but with great confidence.

As a matter of fact, they can be judgmental, critical, and perfectionistic, and tend to become angry easily. They love noble professions and often make large amounts of money to spend on luxurious items. They like perfume and jewellery. They may not have a strong sex drive. Overall, the pitta constitution is endowed with moderate strength, much material knowledge, wealth, and a medium span of life.

The Treatment Strategy for Pitta:
PITTA
Meditation
Time in Nature
Virechana (Cleansing) – advised and prepared by Ayurvedic Practitioner

Foods Tastes to Balance Pitta: Sweet, Bitter, Astringent

PITTA PACIFYING DIET

FAVOR

The following foods are suitable for your condition. Give them preference over food in the avoid section.

GENERAL:
Cool foods and drinks, foods with predominantly sweet, bitter and astringent tastes

DAIRY:
Wheat, oats, barley, white rice.

SWEETENERS:
All except honey and molasses

OILS:
Olive, Sunflower

FRUITS:
Sweet fruits, grapes, cherries, melons, avocado, coconut, sweet orange, sweet pineapple, sweet plums, mango, pear, pomegranate

VEGETABLES:
Asparagus, pumpkin, cucumber, potato, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, lettuce, zucchini, okra, sweet potato, beans, green beans

SPICES:
coriander, cinnamon, cardamon, fennel, black pepper (small quantity)

ANIMAL FOODS:
Chicken, turkey, egg white, pheasant
(for non-vegetarian)

AVOID OR REDUCE:

The following foods taken in large quantities are not suitable for your condition. These foods should be either avoided or reduced in quantity and frequency in your diet.

GENERAL:
Foods with predominantly pungent (hot), sour and salty tastes. Foods with drinks with warming properties.

DAIRY:
Yogurt, cheese, sour cream, cultured buttermilk

SWEETENERS:
Honey and molasses

OIL:
Almond, sesame, corn

GRAINS:
Corn, millet, rye, brown rice

FRUITS:
Grape fruit, sour oranges,

VEGETABLES
Hot peppers, radish, tomato, beets, onion, garlic, spinach

SPICES:
Ginger, cumin, fenugreek, clove, celery seeds, salt, cayenne pepper, mustard seeds

NUTS:
Cashews, sesame seeds, peanuts

ANIMAL FOODS:
(for non-vegetarian)
Beef, sea food, egg yolk

KAPHA:

Kapha is principally a combination of Earth and Water and is the energy that forms the body’s structure, and provides the “glue” or cohesion thatholds the cells together. Kapha supplies the water for all bodily parts and systems. It lubricates joints, moisturizes the skin and maintains immunity. In balance, kapha is expressed as love, calmess and forgiveness. Out of balance, it leads to attachment, greed, possessiveness, and congestive disorders.

Qualities of Kapha are:
Heavy
Slow/Dull
Cold
Oily
Liquid
Smooth
Dense
Soft
Static
Sticky/Cloudy
Hard
Gross

Characteristics of Kapha:

Kapha people have a steady appetite and thirst, but tend to have slow digestion and metabolism. These characteristics often result in weight gain, which kapha people have great difficulty in shedding. At times, craving for sweet and salt lead to water retention. They love eating, sitting, doing nothing and sleeping for a long time.

Kapha people are blessed with a deep, stable fath, with love and compassion, and a calm, steady mind. They have good memory, a deep melodious voice, and a monotonous pattern of speech. A kapha person makes and saves money. Extravagances may be spending a little amount on cheese, candy and cakes. An unbalanced kapha suffers from greed, attachment, possessiveness and laziness. All in all, the healthy kapha individual is endowed with excellent strength, knowledge, peace, love and longevity, due to a strong constitution.

The Treatment Strategy for Kapha:
KAPHA
Meditation
Exercise
Ayurvedic Fasting – advised and prepared by Ayurvedic Practitioner

Food Tastes to Balance Kapha: Pungent, Bitter, Astringent

KAPHA PACIFYING DIET

FAVOR

The following foods are suitable. Give them preference over food in the avoid section.

GENERAL:
Lighter food and diet, dry foods, warm foods and drinks, foods with predominantly pungent, bitter and astringent tastes.

GRAINS:
Barley, corn, millet, buckwheat, rye

DAIRY:
Low fat milk

SWEETENERS:
Honey (raw)

FRUITS:
Apple, pear, pomegranate, cranberry, persimmon

VEGETABLES:
Radish, asparagus, eggplant, green leafy vegetables, beets, broccoli, potato, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, pumpkin, lettuce, celery, sprouts

SPICES:
All spices except salt

BEANS:
All beans except tofu

ANIMAL FOODS
(for non-vegetarians)
Chicken, turkey

AVOID OR REDUCE

The following foods taken in large quantities are not suitable. These foods should be either avoided or reduced in quantity and frequency in your diet.

GENERAL
Overeating, unctuous (oil) food, cold foods and drinks, foods having predominantly sweet, sour and salty tastes.

GRAINS:
Large quantities of wheat, rice or oats

DAIRY:
Large quantities of wheat, rice or oats

FRUITS:
Sweet fruits, grapes, banana, avocado, coconut, dates, figs, pineapple, watermelon, papaya

VEGETABLES
Tomatoes, cucumber, sweet potato, zucchini

SPICES:
Salt

NUTS:
All nuts

ANIMAL FOODS
(for non-vegetarians)
Sea food, beef, pork

Every Dosha is composed of all five elements. However, two elements are predominant in each.