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The Ayurvedic products of the international suppliers come from traditional production (Sanskrit) and traditional raw materials of the best quality. This is what Marcel Rohmer stands for as a leader in the Ayurveda paradise.
All products are made from natural cultivation. The raw plants are harvested by experienced pickers at the right time and then processed in standardized processes on modern facilities. Depending on the supplier, they offer certified Ayurveda products different labels such as EUR-Organic, Fair Trade, BDIH, ISO, GMP, Eurofins and more.
Ayurveda Products bring harmony to your body, mind and soul. Only harmony makes people perfect and happy.
Discover the wonder of AYURVEDA (Ayus = life. Veda = knowledge.
The herbs and spices in our range, collected from natural locations, all come from naturally controlled cultivation without chemical substances.
expert Ayurvedic experts identify the raw materials and guarantee the authenticity of the Ayurvedic individual herbs and combination preparations.
Depending on the supplier, everyone offers one own quality assurance and/or each batch is tested for pesticides, heavy metals, microbiological contaminants and molds by independent laboratories.
Ayurveda in everyday life
Ayurveda is considered that "Knowledge of a long, healthy life" and encompasses all areas of 'being human'.
The Ayurveda paradise offers a Wide range of Ayurvedic products and natural products and there are more and more products.
Close cooperation with Ayurveda physicians and therapists is essential so that you, the customer, always have the best possible range and background information Ayurveda and find their products.
Ayurveda Lifestyle Tipps
Drink 1-2 glasses in the morning before a hot breakfast warm to hot water to the stimulate metabolism. Then follows oral hygiene With Brush teeth, tongue scraping and possibly oil pulling (Gandusha). Use one daily for your nasal mucous membranes nose oil. If you want to do even more good for your body - it will thank you - oil the whole body with some warm, Ayurvedic massage oil. take a shower warm to hot. With an Ayurveda soap you only clean the armpits and the genital area. Pat your body dry with a towel. You will find high-quality Ayurvedic premium body oils in the Ayurveda Paradise online shop. We are happy to help. T 043 211 91 91.
Her Dosha (Body constitution) can be determined by your Ayurveda doctor or therapist - preferably not online! So you know which products you can use that are tailored to your body.
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Health cannot be bought
Ayurveda the science of life teaches that health cannot be bought in a pharmacy. It requires active lifestyle changes. Proper nutrition and exercise and adapting to the time of day and season are just as important as an ethical lifestyle and meditation. Ayurvedic medicine sees life as the interaction of body, mind and soul.
For thousands of years, over 45,000 plant species have been used in India, around 20,000 of which can be used for medicine. Almost all the sacred texts of India have mentioned various plants for this purpose. So these writings (Sanskrit / Vedas) were written down between 4500 and 1500 BC and constantly expanded.
Ayurvedic medicinal plants have a variety of effects, ranging from setting the 'dosa balance' to immune modulation. There are antioxidant or antibacterial herbs. Others destroy toxins in the body, boost digestion, or correct metabolic disorders, specifically strengthening a tissue, organ, and duct system.
Ayurveda - on the trail of inner balance
Ayurveda - the Indian teaching about the "knowledge of life" - strives for a balance on a physical and mental level. These include a functioning metabolism, good digestion and a state of inner happiness. who soul, spirit and body not considered holistically, can neither heal illnesses nor eliminate deficiencies - at most alleviate symptoms. The Ayurvedic view takes into account all influencing factors that promote a person's inner balance and contribute to their well-being.
Vata with the elements wind and ether (space) embodies the principle of movement. Characteristics associated with Vata are dry, light and cold. Pitta stands for the principle of metabolism. The elements of Pitta are fire and water. Properties of the force - also known as the transformation principle - are light, oily, hot and penetrating. Kapha with the elements earth and water is the structural principle. It is characterized by stability, grounding and substance. It is determined by properties such as cold, moist, heavy, slimy, and stable.
All life processes are controlled by the 'Dosas'. When these are in balance, the person is healthy. When you are out of balance, various diseases occur. Dosa balance means that they are in the ratio that corresponds to the nature (prakrti) of humans and animals. There are a number of special medicinal plants in Ayurveda for this purpose.
Reasons for the imbalance of doshas
According to Ayurvedic teachings, for good health it is necessary to balance imbalances - i. H. to weaken a dosha that is too strong and to strengthen a dosha that is too weak. In Ayurvedic teaching there are many reasons why the doshas can become imbalanced.
Whether social contacts, relaxation, exercise, daily routine, environmental influences or nutrition - every part of life has an influence in Ayurveda. People move too little, eat unhealthily, don't allow themselves enough sleep, are on the wrong diet, or have too high a stress level. There isn't a person whose doshas doesn't tilt one way or the other over short and long periods of life.
A therapist and doctor specializing in Ayurveda is able to determine which force - vata, pitta or kapha - currently prevails in the body.
Individual nutrition in Ayurveda
Ayurveda is a teaching that does not claim universal validity. Everyone is born with an individual mix of the three doshas.
Depending on his constitution, Vata, Pitta or Kapha predominates. The metaphor of the cooking pot, which is often used in Ayurvedic teaching, shows the principles of action.
The pot stands for kapha, the fire for pitta and the air for vata. Too little or too much food in the pot is just as negative as too strong or too weak a fire due to too much or too little oxygen. The picture can be transferred to digestive problems, which from an Ayurvedic point of view are the cause of a large number of chronic symptoms. Too much Pitta means too much digestive power, etc.