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Boost Your Energy with a Spring Cleanse

In the spring Mother Earth wakes up and causes sprouting, energy moves up, and everything is blooming and flowering, full of colors and greenery. People feel energetic and love to go outdoors. It is the season of celebration

The qualities of spring are warm moist gentle and unctuous. Due to the warmth, the accumulated snow and ice of winter begin to melt. Similarly, accumulated Kapha in the body starts liquefying and running. This is why so many people get spring colds and allergies.

A spring detox, as advocated by Ayurveda’s seasonal routine (ritucharya), can help rejuvenate your energy and cleanse your system.

Here’s a holistic home plan for a thorough spring detox, incorporating diet, lifestyle adjustments, and herbal supplements to facilitate the elimination of toxins:

1. Adopt a Detoxifying Diet

The transition from the heavy, rich foods of winter to a lighter, detoxifying diet to help loosen and eliminate built-up ama.

  • Opt for warm, cooked, light foods such as soups and Kichadi, You can go for them from our store which is perfect for a 2-day detox. with all the meals and instructions on how to do the detox.

  • Incorporate easily digestible fruits, vegetables, and grains. Recommended fruits include cooked prunes, figs, apples, pears, pineapples, and papayas while detoxifying vegetables include leafy greens and cruciferous veggies like broccoli and cauliflower.

  • Use spices like turmeric, cumin, coriander, fennel, black pepper, and ginger to aid digestion and detoxification.

  • Steer clear of heavy, hard-to-digest foods such as red meat, fried items, and dairy products like cheese and yogurt.

  • Post-meal, sip on a digestive tea to support digestion.

2. Embrace a Restful Lifestyle

Support your body’s detox process by allowing more time for rest and avoiding strenuous activities.

  • Ensure at least eight hours of sleep nightly, adhering to a schedule that has you in bed before 10:00 p.m. and up before 6:00 a.m.

  • Engage in gentle exercises like yoga or walking to keep your body active without overexertion.

  • Practice daily self-massage (abhyanga) with warm oil to help release impurities, followed by a warm bath to facilitate their elimination.

3. Be Mindful of Food Combinations

Certain food combinations can be particularly disruptive and lead to toxin formation.

  • Avoid pairing milk with items like alcohol, fermented foods, citrus, and heavy proteins.

  • Yogurt should not be mixed with milk, sour fruits, melons, starches, or bananas.

  • Melons, in general, are best eaten alone or not at all with other food categories.

By following this comprehensive guide, you can effectively cleanse your body this spring, paving the way for improved health and vitality according to Ayurvedic principles.


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