Essential Ayurveda: What It Is and What It Can Do for You by Shubhra Krishan

By Shubhra Krishan

Outlining the elemental components of the traditional approach of Ayurveda, Shubhra Krishan teaches readers the way to realize their strength and physique sort, and to take advantage of Ayurvedic ideas to create a balanced nutrition and way of life for his or her optimal wellbeing and fitness. She deals suggestions and proposals for locating the simplest items or for developing your personal together with her recipes for foodstuff, beauty treatment, and different healthcare goods. Illustrations are integrated.

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