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Puneet Wadhwani
Vasant Ritucharya - Spring Self Care Routine

Vasant Ritucharya - Spring Self Care Routine

Vasant Ritucharya, also known as Spring Routine, is a great time to create a facial routine to start shredding those dry dead skin cells that accumulated during winter. Spring is Kapha season which can bring on the Cold, Oily, and Liquid qualities. Qualities, which are often referred to as Gunas in Ayurveda, are attributes that can cause an imbalance. Oily, or Snigdha, can increase the oil production in our skin causing excess breakouts. Cold, also known as Shita, can produce a buildup of mucus in the head and throat, and Liquid, or Drava, may cause water retention. By creating a...

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Sunni Holmberg
The Greying Effect from the Kansa Wand

The Greying Effect from the Kansa Wand

Read Time: 3 minutes..Find out about the why is there a greying effect on your skin after using the Kansa wand

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Puneet Wadhwani
HOW TO CLEAN YOUR KANSA WAND

HOW TO CLEAN YOUR KANSA WAND

Read Time: 3 minutes..New methods on how to clean your Kansa Organics Kansa Wand.

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Puneet Wadhwani
Kansa Wand  - THE BEST TRADITIONAL AYURVEDIC MASSAGE TOOL

Kansa Wand - THE BEST TRADITIONAL AYURVEDIC MASSAGE TOOL

In one way or another, we have all experienced the persistent throb of muscle ache. Exercising, stretching, and long soaks in sea-salt laden tubs might temporarily reduce muscular pain, but those with a more chronic condition might benefit from a more hands-on approach: massage. Going to a therapist on a regular basis might not be feasible for some, so this is where self-massage tools make their debut. Many people select their self-massage tools from infomercials or while browsing the aisles of a home goods store, others turn to their local wholistic or natural wellness practioner for professional recommendations. We independently...

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