Taking Charge of Your Health

Ayurveda Digestion. Welcome to another JeaKen Video. Today we will be talking on Ayurvedic Perspective
on Digestive Issues and Methods of Treatment. But before we get started take a minute to
subscribe to our channel, click the bell icon to be notified whenever we publish a new video. In Ayurveda, digestive health and wellbeing
revolve around the idea of Agni, your digestive fire. A synonym for fire, in this case, might be
strength. Ayurveda believes all layers and ways of your
being are linked. Agni and digestive health hold a more significant
role than other realms of health, though. Agni is not only fiery, but its fire is sacred. In Indian traditions, namely Hinduism, Agni
is personified as the god Deva. Both Ayurveda and Deva, among other deities,
came about from ancient Vedic literature. When translated, Deva means “divine” and “exalted.” So, with links to a divine being, Agni should
be honored. If your Agni stands strong, you likely have
minimal digestive issues. If your Agni is imbalanced, you might experience
the following symptoms. 1. Decreased energy. 2. Bodyweight fluctuations. 3. Digestive disorders. 4. Inflammation. Ayurveda sees the root of many if not all
diseases and symptoms to be brought about by digestive wellbeing and gut health. Weakened Agni leads to an overall weakening
of wellbeing, making an individual more susceptible to illness and malaise. Many healing routes in Ayurveda begin with
treating the digestive tract. The emphasis on food and consumption in Ayurveda
is one of its more well-known facets for this very reason. 13 types. Agni sounds like a singular word and is often
misconceived to be a singular concept or state. There are thirteen types of Agni, connecting
to different metabolic functions. Beyond the food you consume, Agni relates
to any processes which contain heat, light, transformation (similar to digestion), and
conversion. How might these processes appear in your life? Are you honoring them as Agni would require
you? Weak Agni
How does Agni become weak? There are plenty of ways. Here are a few. 1. Eating the same foods for an extended period. 2. Overeating. 3. Eating bland foods. 4. Drinking too much liquid or water during a
meal. 5. Staying up late. 6. Eating at varying times. 7. Skipping meals. Ayurvedic remedies. Remedies rely heavily upon your Dosha, or
‘Ayurvedic constitution,’ but when it comes to Agni, the main treatments work for just
about everyone. 1. Increase intake of pungent spices (cumin,
cayenne). 2. Drink spiced teas (ginger). 3. Eat warming foods. 4. Sip warm milk. honey. and turmeric before bed. 5. Practice a movement exercise a few times throughout
the week. 6. Maintain a regular eating schedule. Honoring mealtimes. Veering away from the subject of spices and
foods, the sacred aspect of Agni can be linked to the loss of presence while consuming meals
nowadays. Indian traditions invite individuals to treat
mealtimes as a sacred ceremony. What you put into your body should be cherished,
for it fuels you through your days. In modern times, as we rush around and mindlessly
consume what is placed in front of us, a disconnect between humans and food exists. Creating a connection to your food can enhance
your eating experience, allowing you to submerge yourself in the nourishment and sensations
fully. A return of the honoring, perhaps even blessing,
of what fills your plate can bring reverence back into a common daily occurrence. Bless your food, infuse your fruits, grains,
and vegetables with goodness and gratitude so that you can then nourish yourself with
such blessings on a cellular level. Eat slowly and cherish every bite as you consume
your meal. And always thank your chef, even if the chef
is you! Healthy Agni. Strong Agni appears in your being in many
ways; some signs of balance include. 1. Normal appetite. 2. Clean tongue. 3. A full sensation of taste. 4. Steady metabolism. 5. Regular and healthy elimination. 6. No nausea. 7. Normal blood pressure. 8. Strong immunity. 9. High energy. 10. Quiet mind. 11. Clear mind. 12. Stable weight. 13. Deep sleep. Agni shifts, as all aspects of our bodies,
do, so you might strengthen your Agni at one point and slip away from these Ayurvedic rituals. The maintenance of these methods is a must
if one wishes to remain in balance on all levels properly. If you’ve liked the video give it a thumb
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