An Ayurvedic Guide to Detoxing

The New Year is the perfect time to renew and restore, which means many of us turn to detoxes to give our bodies the push they need to get back on track.

The key principles of Ayurveda bring this notion of clean living to our everyday lives, but an Ayurvedic detox could be just what you need to start the year off right.

Here, we take a closer look at the all-natural route to complete detoxification, and all it takes is three simple steps.

Drink your way to better health

The saying ‘you are what you eat’ is banded around pretty regularly, but what you drink has a major impact on wellbeing too.

Whilst caffeine is a huge no-no for those keen to detox this January, you don’t have to miss out on your daily brew. It could even help you unlock a long list of detoxifying plus-points.

Our Organic Detox Tea is a powerful Ayurvedic herbal blend that cleanses from the inside out.

By sipping our detox tea twice daily for two weeks, you can enjoy clear skin, reduce water weight and enjoy a much-needed energy boost.

The formulation is made using dandelion flowers and leaves, young Sencha Green Tea leaves and new Lemon Balm shoots, each of which detoxes the body, stimulates better immunity, increases metabolism, and improves digestion.

Give your skin a total detox

So the inside of your body is sorted, what about the outside? Those looking to bolster the detox tea’s skin health-enhancing benefits won’t want to be without our Total Detox Facial.

The kit contains three powerful scientifically proven, Ayurveda inspired products, namely our Active Face Cleanse Gel, Active Face Hydrating Gel and Detox Face Mask.

When used correctly both during the morning and evening, you can give your face a thorough detox that renews and restores your natural beauty.

It takes just six to eight weeks to see an improvement and is suitable for all skin types, including those with acne-prone skin. The result? A clearer, brighter, and healthier-looking complexion!

Promote great gut health

Your gut is a powerhouse when it comes to your wider health and wellbeing. It’s home to trillions of microorganisms – collectively known as the gut microbiome – which work hard to improve digestion and boost immunity.

Your gut microbiome can even reduce the risk of certain diseases, including cancer and autoimmune disorders like multiple sclerosis and autism spectrum disorder.

Recent studies even suggest that a healthy gut could be useful when fighting Covid-19 as Professor Daniel M Davis, Professor of Immunology at the University of Manchester, explains:

“Our knowledge of gut microbes has exploded in recent years. Variations have been associated with diseases as diverse as asthma, multiple sclerosis, and cancer.

So, it’s perhaps not so surprising that the severity of COVID-19 also correlates with the composition of a person’s microbiome.”

This ‘good bacteria’ however needs your help to do what it does best. Nurturing the good bacteria in your gut and in turn reducing the bad is the key to preserving your health and wellbeing.

You can do just that right here by joining us for our Virtual Gut Cleanse Weekend from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st January 2021.

We’re calling on an Ayurvedic gut cleanse called shank prakshalana and combining it with yoga to host an intense, 48-hour cleanse, complete with yoga classes, webinars, and live support.

Book your tickets for our Virtual Gut Cleanse Weekend now to start your January detox the all-natural way.