a foundation of Ayurvedic history and philosophy
- Food Compatibility PDF by Divya Altar
- Common Spices for Healing and Home Remedies w/ Syama
- Ghee, Stem Cells, & Cholesterol
Ayurveda + the Mind
(from Discovering Ayurveda Training)
Intro to Ayurvedic Herbs
Interview w/ Dr. Vishnu
*Start Video at 58:00
Sourcing Your Herbs
Students located in the United States:
You can apply for your own wholesale account with Banyan Botanicals here. To get a wholesale account, you will need either a tax ID number & a business registration or to wait until you have your certification through this training.
Students located in Australia & New Zealand:
You can apply for a wholesale account with Sattvic Goods and Services—Banyan Botanicals’ Australian distributor—now or in the future!
Students located in the UK:
Herbalveda is highly recommended & has all the Ayurvedic herbs you need, even the ever-elusive pippalimul!
Organic Herb Trading Company is also highly recommended but doesn’t have all the herbs you need.
Ayurveda Pura is a great London-based Ayurvedic herb & product supplier.
Emerson Ecologics is a Banyan Botanicals supplier in the UK, but they require certification before you can order—keep them in mind for after you are certified!
When in doubt, look for herbs with the Soil Association organic stamp.
Students located everywhere else:
If you are struggling to find a good source of Ayurvedic herbs in your area, get in touch with local Ayurvedic schools and Ayurvedic practitioners and ask if they sell herbs or if they can direct you to where they get their herbs from!
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