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Mahmoud Gamil
TRENDING AYURVEDIC MASSAGE TOOLS

TRENDING AYURVEDIC MASSAGE TOOLS

TRENDING AYURVEDIC MASSAGE TOOLS How are you dealing with the uncomfortable aches and pains that come along with tireless working hours? Do you turn to pain pills, apply relief ointments, or retire to suffering miserably? None of these options will provide you with lasting pain relief, so let’s consider our other options! At Kansa Organics, we are huge proponents for the kind of healing touch personal massage tools can provide. With various massage tools and devices, you could relieve muscular pains and strains immediately, and long term. Kansa Massage Tools could provide instant relief to our daily aches and with...

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Puneet Wadhwani
The Nearly Unbelievable Benefits of Ayurvedic Oils

The Nearly Unbelievable Benefits of Ayurvedic Oils

The Nearly Unbelievable Benefits of Ayurvedic Oils The ancient life science of Ayurveda originated in India thousands of years ago. Ayurveda promoted healing and balancing of the Doshas through the use of herbs and plants. All of the techniques introduced by Ayurvedic Gurus provided holistic healing with a reduction in side effects. The body massage and facial oils to be released by Kansa Organics in the coming month or so will include formulations of ancient origin, passed down by gurus over thousands of years.  From medicine to massage, Ayurvedic medication is comprised of natural materials that are immediately available to...

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Puneet Wadhwani
How to Lymph Drain using the Kansa Wand

How to Lymph Drain using the Kansa Wand

How to Lymph Drain using the Kansa Wand Lymphatic drainage helps the flow of lymph which is a fluid that transports oxygen, white blood cells, and nutrients to the tissues throughout the body. Lymphatic drainage techniques use gentle movements to reduce inflammation, pain, and stiffness in the body. Start by taking your Kansa wand and placing it on the bottom part of the neck right below your earlobes.  Gently press the top of the Kansa wand into this area several times like a pumping motion. Next, with your arm at your side, place the Kansa wand into the crease of...

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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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