COVID-19 & Keeping Your Immune System Strong


What is Ayurveda?

Known as the sister science to yoga, Ayurveda consists of diet and lifestyle habits that bring the body into harmony both internally and with the environment. Methods are based on your prakriti/dosha (elemental constitution at birth) in conjunction with your vikriti (current elemental constitution). 

Take a dosha quiz

  • Tip: Take it twice: first, think of your lifetime tendencies. Then, take it again in based on yourself now.

Strengthen your immunity*

  • Tulsi/ginger/turmeric tea--helps the digestion, works as an anti-inflammatory, aids in respiratory strength.

  • Chywanprash--a supplement good for all doshas. Made of berries, ghee, herbs, and spices, it assists with stamina, rejuvenating tissues, strengthening the immune system, purifying the blood, and nourishing the body. The Himalayan Institute has a good one.

  • Neti pot--nasal washing with a warm water/non-iodized salt mixture. Be sure to purify the water first by boiling for 15 minutes, then letting it cool. Learn more about it here.

  • doTERRA On Guard--an essential oil blend of pure, fair-trade wild orange peel, clove bud, cinnamon leaf, cinnamon bark, eucalyptus leaf, and rosemary leaf/flower oils that supports healthy immune system and respiratory function. Available through your doTERRA wellness consultant. If you don't have one, message me through the "Contact Me" page.

  • Essential oil "FLOOT" bomb--2 drops each of the following oils in a veggie capsule: frankincense, lemon, On Guard, oregano, tea tree. Take every 4-5 hours. Use only pure, high-grade oils (doTERRA recommended).

*The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical  advice, diagnosis or treatment that can be provided by your own Medical Provider (including doctor/physician, nurse,  physician’s assistant, or any other health professional), Mental Health  Provider (including psychiatrist, psychologist, therapist, counselor, or  social worker), registered dietitian or licensed nutritionist, or  member of the clergy. Check with your physician before starting any protocol.