The Ayurvedic Superfood That Will Change Your Life 

Written By  Aquib Nawab, BBA

Medically Reviewed By  Dr. Sandeep Madaan, MD (Ayurveda)


Join us on a journey of discovery and empowerment, as we unveil the keys to a healthier, more balanced life through the magic of Ayurveda. 

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1. Ghee (Clarified Butter) 

Ghee, an ancient health food dating back to 5000 B.C., offers numerous benefits. It lowers cholesterol, promotes heart health, and provides sustained energy. Rich in fat-soluble vitamins, ghee is free of lactose and casein. 

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2. Cow's Milk 

In Ayurveda, cow's milk is revered as a Sattvic food. Enjoy it warm with spices for better digestion and Ojas nourishment. It strengthens bones and teeth, supports heart health, and even helps prevent diabetes. 

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3. Basmati Rice 

Basmati rice, a Sattvic and easily digestible choice, is known for its fragrance and delicate flavour. Its nourishing properties support Ojas and make it a satisfying option, even for those with weak Agni. 

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4. Dates 

While dates are Sattvic and nourishing to Ojas, moderation is key due to their richness. Consuming two dates a day provides benefits without overburdening your digestive fire. 

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5. Almonds 

Almonds maintain Ojas and vitality, but their richness calls for moderation. Optimal digestion is achieved by soaking them overnight, blanching, and dry roasting. 

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6. Honey 

Super Sattvic honey nourishes Ojas, but chooses the non-heat-treated variety for proper digestion. Incorporate it in moderation for its rich benefits. 

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7. Ginger 

Ginger is a Sattvic spice that promotes balanced digestion. Enhancing Agni not only supports digestive health but also nourishes Ojas indirectly. 

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8. Saffron 

Revered for its medicinal properties, Saffron potentiates the actions of other substances. Consuming one to five strands daily enhances blood, heart, and reproductive health. 

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9. Basil/Tulsi 

Basil/Tulsi, known for stress management, offers an array of benefits. From reducing stress to acting as an antioxidant and immune booster, it supports overall well-being. 

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10. Ashwagandha/Indian Ginseng 

Ashwagandha, a versatile herb, boasts a range of health benefits. From fighting cancer to reducing inflammation and supporting fertility, its properties are diverse and beneficial. 

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