Cardiac And Circulation Detox Rejuvenation

Ayurveda has always recognized that the human heart is really two hearts: the physical heart that performs the function of a pump, and the emotional heart that experiences joy and sorrow and everything in between.

It follows, then, that any problems the heart encounters are also on two levels: physical and emotional. On the physical level, accumulated undigested material, or ama, clogs arteries. Free radicals bombard the system, impairing — among other things — the efficient functioning of the heart. On the mental and emotional levels, day-to-day stresses can add up, spewing adrenaline that can damage the delicate fibers of the heart.

Because it is such a critically important physical and energetic crossroads in the body, the heart is deeply supported by a diverse range of therapeutic strategies. Ayurveda teaches us that healthy organs and tissues are the natural outcome of optimal health—which depends on robust agni, a healthy diet, a supportive lifestyle, a balanced nervous system, as well as
mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.

This being the case, supporting the heart is often as much about basic self-care as it is anything else. Our bodies flourish with proper nutrition, appropriate exercise, and adequate sleep; they do even better when we commit to managing stress, cultivating healthy relationships, embracing joy and meaning, and living in alignment with our own authentic
nature.

All these enemies of a healthy heart have one thing in common: they attack silently, insidiously causing damage over time. It is important, therefore, that the heart be maintained at a peak level of efficiency even when there seems to be no apparent damage to it. Ayurveda has scores of herbs in its arsenal to maintain heart health.

Because it is such a critically important physical and energetic crossroads in the body, the heart is deeply supported by a diverse range of therapeutic strategies. Ayurveda teaches us that healthy organs and tissues are the natural outcome of optimal health—which depends on robust agni, a healthy diet, a supportive lifestyle, a balanced nervous system, as well as
mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.

This being the case, supporting the heart is often as much about basic self-care as it is anything else. Our bodies flourish with proper nutrition, appropriate exercise, and adequate
sleep; they do even better when we commit to managing stress, cultivating healthy relationships, embracing joy and meaning, and living in alignment with our own authentic
nature.

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