You’ve probably heard of or tried remedies from Ayurveda, the ancient healing tradition from India.
But have you found the top remedies every woman in her 40s, 50s, and beyond should be taking to be pain-free, reduce inflammation, and detoxify?
Ayurvedic herbalism for women also encompasses anti-aging herbs, as well as remedies for preventing illness, disease, and chronic health conditions.
That’s why I’m excited to invite you to a complementary virtual video workshop with world-renowned Ayurvedic herbalist and teacher K.P. Khalsa on Saturday, September 29.
K.P. offers a grounded, systematic approach, allowing you how to easily apply — with the right dosages for your body — Ayurveda remedies to balance your body’s three primary metabolic forces: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.
During this illuminating online video workshop, you’ll discover:
- An anti-inflammatory remedy to help curb disease
- A special remedy for women for anti-aging and dryness
- Specific herbs to improve your mental clarity and focus
- How you can safely apply Ayurvedic herbalism for your healing and health — without having to learn and apply a whole new system
- A common Ayurvedic herb for increasing stress resistance
- Potent antioxidant herbal remedies
In addition to his 47 years of experience in natural medicine, Dr. Khalsa offers practical applications for healing and balancing the body, rather than a “mystical” approach, which is common in Ayurveda.
So do join me to discover how to apply the best anti-aging herbs — plus herbs for energy, alertness, and reducing stress — so you can live a full and vibrant life!
Paul at ChangeThatMind.com
(Note that ChangeThatMind is an affiliate of The ShiftNetwork)
P.S. If you’re a woman who’s interested in detoxifying your body, reducing pain and inflammation, and preventing illness, disease, and chronic health conditions, don’t miss this free hour with world-renowned Ayurveda doctor and teacher Dr. Khalsa.
A downloadable recording will be provided later to all who register, whether or not you listen to the scheduled event.