October 4, 2010

Ayurvedic Cooking Uses Organic or Wildcrafted Spices to Balance Your Health


Most Americans think of spices as something used to add flavoring to their food. Not so when it comes to Ayurvedic cooking, where their is more consideration for your overall health than simply satisfying your tastebuds.

R-U-Ved has made Ayurvedic cooking easier by creating three spice blends to improve your constitution (dosha).


  • Propita Spice Powder:
    For those who tend to run on the warm side, get easily irritated and impatient and experience digestive difficulties, ProPita eases digestion and calms the Pitta dosha. It includes mango powder, dried coriander leaves, mint, pomegranate seeds, fennel, basil, cumin and rock salt.
  • Prokapha Spice Powder:
    Those who are primarily Kapha or experience Kapha imbalances may feel sluggish, often experience respiratory conditions and gain weight easily, and will benefit from the stimulating ProKapha spice blend, which consists of black pepper, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, piper longum, garlic and rock salt.
  • Provata Spice Powder:
    Those who are primarily the Vata dosha or have a Vata imbalance may tend towards anxiety and absentmindedness and experience flatulence and constipation. The warming, soothing ProVata blend consists of cardamom, ginger, cloves, cumin, coriander seeds, fennel and rock salt to help bring balance to the at-times ungrounded Vata.
These spice blends are delicious, and they have the added bonus of improving your health. They are also very affordable at about $4.00 a bottle. They are all natural and do not contain any preservatives.


Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.

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Posted by Jennifer Lance at October 4, 2010 1:05 AM

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