Monthly Archives: July 2007
Ayurveda is the science of life, a 5,000-year-old traditional holistic system of well-being from India. ‘ayur’ means ‘of life’ and Veda’ means ‘knowledge’. Ayurveda is the knowledge of longevity which offers healing, rejuvenation and self-realization through balanced food, herbs, yoga,… Continue reading
Tulsi, or Holy Basil is an herbal remedy used for a lot of common ailments. Here’s a list of some medicinal uses of tulsi, from Healthlibrary:
- The juice of tulsi leaves can be used to bring down fever. Extract… Continue reading
To be a vehicle of consciousness in the global market by creating a holistic sustainable business modality, which inspires, promotes and supports well-being and respect for all beings and for Mother Nature.
To be a trustworthy and innovative global Vedic… Continue reading
Whole-wheat pastry flour, potatoes, peas, cardamom, black pepper and corriander, fried in vegetable oil or ghee.
Fresh lotus root, chick-pea flour, green chiles, garam masala, turmeric, corriander, garlic, tomatoes
Chick-pea flour, mixed vegetables, corriander, cumin seed, ginger, black pepper, fenugreek (methi), asofoetida, fried in vegetable oil or ghee.
Whole-wheat flour, salt, oregano, asofoetida, potatoes, ground cumin, fennel, anise seed, corriander, ginger, garam masala, fried in vegetable oil or ghee.
Mixed greens, tomato, olive, artichoke, mushroom, cucumber, carrot, beet, tulsi.
Mixed greens, avocado, sunflower sprouts, cucumber, tomato.
Cucumber, dill, cumin, black pepper, garlic, sour cream.