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Love up Your Liver with Ayurveda

Updated: Sep 4

Learn how clients helped their liver health with Ayurveda. 9 tips to support your healthy liver.

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"A year ago, after some lab tests, I was told I had an 'abnormal liver'.

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My mother died young from liver disease.

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[But] Veena’s recommendations turned things around in less than six months, lab results in the 'normal' range.

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This testifies to my longstanding mantra: In Veena I Trust."

Don Freeman
Managing Editor, Hazelden Betty Ford

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"I had been chronically tired for a few months and I couldn’t figure out why or how to fix it.

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I have also been feeling increased anxiety despite taking an SSRI for years.

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The plan was easy to follow and I experienced almost immediate results. I felt like a different person. Life-long digestive issues disappeared. As a recovering alcoholic, the liver cleanse Veena suggested was effective and easy to do.

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It felt good to take some tangible steps to support an organ that had taken such a beating for so many years. Veena’s Ayurveda approach has led to wonderfully positive changes in a short time. I look forward to continued Ayurveda care with Veena.

Stephanie M.

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Tips for a Healthy Liver

"The liver is an essential organ of the body that performs over 500 vital functions," according to Columbia Surgery. The liver is a Pitta organ and it can become congested, and not be operating at an optimal level. Symptoms of excess Pitta in the liver include: migraines and other headaches, hot flashes, red face, red, burning eyes, bloody noses, acne, irritability, anger, (short fuse, hot temper), inflammation, and heartburn.

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Ayurveda Tips for Loving Up Your Liver

  1. Bitter herbs

  2. Liver tonic and cleansings herbs

  3. Intermitten fasting

  4. Ayurvedic Green Juice

  5. Keep it natural: eat clean foods and use simple products.

  6. Breath and relax with our guided practices. (Stress has an impact on the liver.)

  7. Integrate Ayurveda morning and evening routines.

  8. Follow a Pitta balancing Ayurveda lifestyle.

  9. How to Detox Emotionally|10 Ayurvedic Practices for Emotional Cleansing

Saumya Ayurveda's healing trifecta: food as medicine, lifestyle practies, and Ayurveda herbs

Love up Your Liver with Ayurveda

Ayurveda’s Healing Trifecta: a Framework for a Balanced Life. Create a path to health and healing with Food as Medicine, herbs, and Ayurvedic lifestyle practices.

When we understand our unique pathway to a balanced life – we thrive. This concept is a central part of Ayurveda’s holistic approach to health and healing. But with 5,000 years of ancient wisdom to wrap your head around, getting started can be intimidating.

At Saumya Ayurveda, we provide clarity and direction by breaking your custom health plan into three foundational pillars: Food as Medicine, Ayurvedic herbs, and Ayurvedic lifestyle practices.

Take a closer look at our “Healing Trifecta” – and how we use the tools within these three pillars to create small shifts that radically transform your life.

Food is medicine and is the first pillar. Peruse our Pitta (and liver) recipes on the Saumya Blog and learn how to turn your food into medicine.

Love up your liver with Ayurveda healing trifecta. "stress can damage hepatic tissue both directly and indirectly." according to the National Institute of Health. Meditation reduces stress. The Mayo Clinic reports, "Meditation can give you a sense of calm, peace and balance that can benefit both your emotional well-being and your overall health."

Saumya Ayurveda's e steps for transforming your daily life with image of a woman meditating by a lake

There is a saying, "The mind is more in the body, than the body is in the mind." The Saumya 3 step meditation process shifts us from fight-flight-freeze mode, to rest-restore-relax mode. Give it a try for forty days and observe the changes. The more grounded and relaxed we are, the smoother life flows.

"The breath is the connection between the mind and body, so by training the breath, we become calm, focused, and grounded, we slow down the aging process by decreasing stress. These practices are so simple and easy to have as part of our daily life. We actually feel and look younger."

- Veena, Saumya Ayurveda

1. Learn Diaphragmatic Breathing and Change Your Life. When we re-learn to breath diaphragmatically, we move from the flight-fight-freeze mode, to rest, restore, relaxation mode from where we want and need to live.

2. Daily Guided Practices: 11 minutes in the morning and in the evening, as anchors of your daily Ayurveda routine.

3. Ayurveda Daily Routines: --Ayurvedic Morning Routine | 6 Rituals for a Calm and Centered Day

--10 Ayurvedic Evening Rituals for a Calming Night

"Choose a couple of practices from the routines that provide you with the greatest support. Perform them while applying our two minute meditation technique and your mundane tasks, just transformed into a mellifluous meditation. This is meditation applied to daily life." - Veena, Saumya Ayurveda


"Veena was able to help me regain my energy in just a few months and I’m feeling like my “young” self again! I love the food plan she designed for me, and all the supporting practices (am/pm routines, breathing techniques, herbs, and spice mixes) are so enjoyable to incorporate into my day. I highly recommend Saumya Ayurveda if you want to feel better and have more vitality.”

-Molly Rossini, Minnesota

Explore More: Ayurveda Breathwork Pranayama

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Discover the Saumya Ayurveda Way

We all want to be heard, understood, and cared for as whole beings, not a set of isolated symptoms. True health is more than the absence of disease, which is why Western medicine so often leaves us feeling hopeless and unseen.

Deep down, you already know what you’re searching for: a new framework for living – one that brings your entire being back into balance. With Saumya Ayurveda, you’ll receive individualized guidance to create the physically, mentally, and spiritually vibrant life you crave.

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Psst! Our clients say it best – so read and watch our client's stories.

Veena at Saumya Ayurveda

Veena is a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner and meditation teacher, and monk.

She is President Emeritus of the Meditation Center and former staff member of the Minnesota Institute of Ayurveda.

Veena fell in love with the traditional medicine used in her family’s home learning herbal remedies at her grandmother's knee. She remains passionate for over 30 years, helping clients feel their best physically, emotionally, and spiritually with Ayurveda.

Veena individualizes treatment plans to each person, rather than offering a one-size-fits-all approach, so it fits your life and becomes woven into your daily life, naturally.


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