Ayurvedic medicine or the “complete knowledge for long life” is deeply rooted in Indian cultureand often used to cure small diseases and uneasiness. This alternative medicine, which takes into account the human body and the human spirit, believes that any physical discomfort is directly linked to psychological troubles.
This is a 500 page cookbook that will be presented by Mrs. Lourdes Tirouvanziam-Louis at the Alliance Française Auditorium on Thursday, 16th December 2010. The first version of the book, published in 2003 met with an immense success, thousand copies were sold in less than three months. Indians settled in France who had the occasion of perusing the book expressed their satisfaction on having a culinary guide that was unique in its kind. Their encouragement led Lourdes Tirouvanziam - Louis to bring out a second edition of the book enriched with a greater number of recipes and illustrations.
Among the many homemade therapies with food, the most efficient, powerful and with a quick effect, is 'SWARASA'.
SWARASA means 'fresh juice of plant'. It means that they need to be consumed as soon as they are prepared, when their concentration of PRANA (energy of all life) is the highest. Can juices or bottled juices do not have such pranic energy.
Snannam thool, ayurvedic powder. This is an old family recipe, still used in many families instead of soap. You should be careful as it dries the skin. Many people in India have an oil bath once or twice a week, the whole body is smeared with sesame oil and after one or two hours a hot water bath is taken. This snanam thool is used...