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Wellness Through Ayurveda by Athreya Herbs

Wellness Through Ayurveda by Athreya Herbs

By Athreya Herbs
Ayurveda views every person as distinct and identifies the unique mind-body makeup. It has this remarkable individualistic approach that is rooted in the idea that each of us is born with a totally personal blueprint for optimum health. The constitution of an individual defines who you are from the time you are born. No two constitutions are exactly alike; therefore, no two individuals will have exactly identical expressions of ideal health.

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Wellness Through Ayurveda by Athreya Herbs

Personalize Your Ayurvedic Journey - Episode - 5
Each one of us focuses on maintaining a healthy diet, water habit, sleep hygiene, and exercise routine. Yet we often neglect the one function that ties it all together -  'breath'. We all can go days without food, water, or sleep but not more than 24 minutes without breathing according to a recent world record. In this episode, Vaidya Jay and R.A. Leslie will be discussing the significance of breathing in Ayurveda beyond its physiological function but as a bridge between our external environment and internal worlds, with techniques on how to keep our mind, body, and lives balanced.
September 01, 2022
Personalize Your Ayurvedic Journey - Episode - 4
They say, ‘Experience is the best teacher’ and in Ayurveda, we believe this includes learning from others' experiences. Join Vaidya Jay in conversation with R.A. Leslie, an international life coach & the founder of, on how to make Ayurveda not just a lifestyle but a life purpose, one personalized step at a time.
July 12, 2022
Personalize Your Ayurvedic Journey - Episode - 3
They say, ‘Experience is the best teacher’ and in Ayurveda, we believe this includes learning from others' experiences. In episode 3 of our podcast, join Vaidya Jay in conversation with R.A. Leslie, an international life coach & the founder of, on how to make Ayurveda not just a lifestyle but a life purpose, one personalized step at a time.
April 20, 2022
This is going to be a critical and useful podcast for all our listeners. It's important because when one engages in a practice like Yoga or specifically Asana, they enhance, refine, make more nuanced, sophisticated, and modify the communication between everything in the body. If you look at the Yoga Asanas, it's like, why would one put their body in that position?
March 23, 2022
Agni & Autonomic Nervous System (Part 2)
The second section of this podcast is about how the nervous system, which is not under our control,  is essential from both scientific and Ayurvedic points of view to heal ourselves and lead a healthier life. The core principle of Ayurveda is you haven't found the root cause yet; you're dealing with the symptom, the craving is a symptom, and the root cause is buried somewhere hidden inside the nervous system.
March 03, 2022
Today we'll be starting a new series with Vaidya Victor, who has been practicing Ayurveda for over ten years. The topic we have for this series is all about the nervous system. In the past 30 years, an extraordinary amount of research has been done in neuroscience. Without neuroscience understanding, Ayurveda will also be incomplete.
February 01, 2022
"Life-giving Rakta Dhatu or Blood tissue - Seven body tissue series" by Tiffany Ornelasw
Ayurveda has seven primary Dhatus known as Sapta Dhatus: Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa, Meda, Asthi, Majja, and Sukra. Today, we will discuss Rakta, the second Dhatu. Rakta Dhatu refers to the primary fire of the body. When Rasa is combined with Ranjaka Pitta, Rakta is formed. Let’s introduce the concept of Rakta Dhatu
January 11, 2022
Introduction to Ayurveda(Part 2)
Namaste, Welcome everyone to the Athreya Herbs podcast.When we last met and discussed how unique Ayurveda is and inspires a long healthy life, at least 100 years of living. If someone came across Ayurveda while attending a yoga class or reading an article, they learned about Turmeric. They'd ask, "What is Turmeric?
January 03, 2022
Introduction to Ayurveda
Namaste, Welcome everyone to the Athreya Herbs podcast. The ideal symmetry of the inner and outer being is conducive to a centenarian lifestyle or a life of over 100 years.  This series is a guide for individuals to fulfill such Ayurvedic goals. Have you ever wondered what Ayurveda means? Its roots lie in the Sanskrit language, where 'Ayu' means the lifespan and 'Veda' means wisdom or philosophy.
October 29, 2021
Rejuvenation during Menopause
Menopause is the time that marks the end of one's menstrual cycles. Every woman goes through this natural biological process. Ayurveda, the ancient Indian practice of medicine, has some wonderful solutions to alleviate the distress felt by women entering this stage of their lives. Menopause is not mentioned as a disorder in classical Ayurvedic texts; understanding the causes and symptoms of menopause and applying some essential natural therapies to alleviate physical discomfort can help a woman age gracefully.
July 21, 2021
7 Dhatus(Bodily Tissues)
Ayurveda identifies seven primary Dhatus responsible for the functioning of the organs and bringing the body into its physical form. These are the seven bodily tissues that keep you fit and moving, and govern your overall well-being. To maintain optimal health and wellbeing, it is essential to bring nourishment to all seven Dhatus. Once the food is digested, the nutrient-rich juice from the digested food, known as Ahara Rasa, travels through each of these seven Dhatus. However, as Ahara Rasa moves along the seven Dhatus, it gets challenging to nourish each successive Dhatu. Today, we will learn about the Rasa Dhatu, which is the first Dhatu. But before we do that, let's discuss the seven primary Dhatus and the secondary Dhatus to understand why they are important and how each Dhatu affects you.
June 30, 2021
Oral Hygiene (Dinacharya - Daily Routine)
You must have heard a great deal about the importance of oral hygiene for your dental health. But, do you know that Ayurvedic practitioners believe your oral health is a window to your digestive health and psycho-emotional balance? From the Ayurvedic point of view, oral hygiene is an important aspect of your Dinacharya or daily routine. It is the key to achieving optimal physical and mental well-being and vitality. Must Listen!
December 29, 2020
Mental and Physical Well-being during Menopause
Welcome back to Athreya Ayurveda, where it's all about Ayurvedic health and learning! Today, we’ll discuss the physical and mental changes a woman goes through because of menopause in the light of Ayurvedic principles. Perhaps you already know that menopause marks the end of a woman’s periods, as the production of hormones estrogen and progesterone halts in the ovaries. It’s a natural process that usually happens after the age of 45. Menopause can be the beginning of a period of grace and wisdom if you are prepared for the physical and mental changes it brings. To ensure a smooth and pleasant transition, you must understand that you may start experiencing the changes several years before your last period. Irregular menstrual cycles, trouble sleeping, mood swings, vaginal distress, night sweats, difficulty concentrating, and hair fall are the top signs of the inevitable transition. Needless to say, they can interfere with the quality of life. Hence, the best way to go about this is by preparing yourself for managing the physical and mental changes related to menopause. This is where Ayurveda and its teachings come in! Ayurveda provides mental, physical, and spiritual support during the monthly cycles. Let’s discuss how!
December 29, 2020
Concepts of Agni Part - 2
Hello and welcome listeners of Athreya Herb’s podcast on Ayurveda.   We have Vaidya Jay again with us to talk about Agni (Digestive Fire). In Sanskrit, ama means toxin or undigested metabolic waste. It is an umbrella term for all sticky, slimy, aggravating, and toxic substances accumulated in the body. When our body’s metabolic efficiency is compromised, we create AMA. Its elimination is of the utmost importance. The stubborn nature of the AMA causes it to stick to the gastrointestinal tract, clogging arteries, seeping under the skin, and creeping upwards to the subtle channels of the mind. If overlooked, the presence of ama can lead to several underlying health issues. Ayurvedic practitioners consider ama as the root of all diseases and forms of illness. They refer to such health problems as ‘Amaya’. It means ‘caused by ama.’
November 08, 2020
Concepts of Agni Part - 1
Did you know that several diseases and health conditions begin in the gut? It means that if you maintain a healthy gut, you can live a healthier life and enjoy greater well-being. According to Ayurvedic principles, you’re not what you eat but what you digest. Today, we’ll discuss what Agni, the digestive fire, really is and how it improves health.
October 29, 2020