General Ayurveda Information


Ayurveda is a complete health care science, focused on restoring and maintaining balance of the mind, body and spirit. The tools of Ayurveda are powerful in both preventing disease in those who are healthy and curing disease in those who are ill. The practice of Ayurveda involves working with all five senses utilizing diet, herbs, aroma, yoga, meditation and much more to restore harmony and balance. The wonders of Ayurveda come from universal guidelines elegantly fit to serve the needs of the individual. It is timeless and unbound by region or culture as it reflects the individual and all his/her aspects. Ayurveda, or the “Science of Living” is one of the oldest complete medicinal systems still in practice today. Rooted in the Vedas, which are ancient Indian text, Ayurveda teaches the fundamentals and protocols that help one achieve optimum health on a daily basis. Ayurveda provides us with a map to our natural basic rhythms and can bring balance to the body.

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Articles & Selected Writings


Building Ojas

Jill Talve

Brahmi: “Herb of Grace”

Dhara Patel, A.H.P.

Hypertension & Lifestyle

Lori Williams, RN, A.H.P.

 

Herb Glossary


EverVeda is an Ayurvedic resource & blog of Jill Talve. EverVeda offers: Ayurvedic Consultations, Recipes, Cleanses & Banyan Botanical products The EverVeda Library contains Articles, Herbs, Sanscrit Terms, Links, & much more. Please check back early and often! Information is available on many herbs and the articles library contains a plethora of useful information. EverVeda supplies expert advice on arjuna ashwaganda bakuchi bala bhringaraj bhumyamalaki brahmi chitrak guduchi haritaki jatamamsi kapikacchu Katuka(Kutki) Lodhra neem Pippali purnanava sallaki(boswelia) Shankha Pushpi shatavari Shilajit Vidanga. The EverVeda Library will eventually include all Ayurvedic herbs, All Ayurvedic Sanscrit terms (character, meanings and significance), All the papers and articles we can compile on Ayurveda with the permission of the authors. The EverVeda library is a gift to all those seeking better health and a better life.

The EverVeda Library

Ajwain


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Alfalfa


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Aloe


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Amla (Amalaki)


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Bhumyamalaki


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Bibhitaki


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Black Pepper


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Brahmi


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Burdock


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Calamus Root


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Camphor


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Cardamom


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Cayenne Pepper


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Chamomile


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Chitrak


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Chrysanthemum


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Cinnamon


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Cloves


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Comfrey


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Coriander


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Dandelion


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Echinacea


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Ephedra


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Fennel Seeds


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Fenugreek


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Flaxseed


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Fo-Ti


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Garlic


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Gentian


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Ginger


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Ginseng


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Gokshura


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Golden Seal


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Gotu Kola


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Guduchi


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Guggul


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Haritaki


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Hawthorn Berries


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Hibiscus Flowers


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Horsetail


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Irish Moss


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Jasmine Flowers


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Jatamamsi


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Kapikacchu


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Katuka(Kutki)


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Licorice


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Lodhra


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Lotus


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Manjishta


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Marshmallow


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Mint


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Mugwort


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Mullein


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Musta


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Myrrh


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Neem


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Nutmeg


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Parsley


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Pennyroyal


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Pippali


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Pomegranate


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Poppy Seeds


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Prickly Ash


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Psyllium


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Purnanava


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Raspberry


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Red Clover


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Rehmannia


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Rhubarb


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Rose Flowers


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Saffron


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Sage


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Sallaki(boswelia)


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Sandalwood


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Senna


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Sesame Seeds


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Shankha Pushpi


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Shatavari


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Shilajit


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Skullcap


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Solomon’s Seal


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Turmeric


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Valerian


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Vamsha Rochana


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Vidanga


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Wild Cherry Bark


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Wild Yam


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Yarrow


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Yellow Dock


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