A lack of nutrients and vital substances can have many causes, such as an fundamentally wrong, unbalanced diet
(even a organic bread with organic cheese is one-sided, if you eat little else), or stress, or environmentally
Food Supplements can be helpful here. Due to their natural quality and structure they are no drugs, since they
do not act quickly and selectively. They are rather to be used as an addition to the daily intake of food: many
people experience that in general the use of dietary supplements is best when done over a continuous period of
time - usually 4 - 6 weeks are recommended.
However, for individual application recommendations, please refer to the respective product and its description.
Sat Nam dietary supplements, for example Spirulina or Maharishi Rasayanas, or Ayurvedic foods like Chayawan Prash can optimize your
Rasayanas: Ayurvedic foods and dietary supplements
Ayurvedic Rasayanas are said to support the natural balance of body, mind and soul. One of the most popular
Rasayanas is Chyavanprash, a food preparation from Amla fruit (amalaki - the Indian gooseberry) and up to 34
herbs, which is named after the Indian saint Chyavan, who, according to ancient Vedic scriptures, received this
particular recipe by the gods.
In Ayurveda, a balanced diet plays an important role. The Ayurvedic texts contain
a variety of herbal and mineral food supplements and food preparations, many of them described as
Ayurvedic dietary supplements and food preparations not only contain various nutrients. By the combination of
certain ingredients and the particular way of processing, they are holistically absorbed by the body and keep
the concentrated intelligence of plants and minerals. The ingredients are put together so that they complement
and reinforce each other.
Ayurvedic Asavas are liquid preparations made from fermented herbal and spice plants in high
Ayurvedic herbal blends
have wonderfully diverse properties that are generally perceived as supportive and harmonizing.
This CD features two classical Kundalini Yoga Mantras: Adi Shakti and Gobinde Mukande, each sung in a length of 31 minutes which is considered an ideal meditation time for transformation and for experience deeper layers of the self.