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The Mangosteen Ayurveda & Wellness Resort received the SHA certification on July 17th 2020. Play safe but enjoy and spend a good time in Phuket, having a healthy but luxury holiday.

The Mangosteen Resort is an adult-only, family owned and managed Boutique Resort and offers villa-style accommodation for your comfort and safety.

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5 Ayurveda tips for GUT Health

Our GUT or the digestive system is said to be the

” The SECOND BRAIN “.

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Ayurveda traditionally is known for the diet recommendations and GUT health rather than mere advice of treatment or symptomatic approach with herbal preparations.

Find below are the 5 best practices from the traditional text of Ayurveda recommended for a healthy DIGESTION.

Buttermilk / Takra

Takra or Buttermilk, as it is termed in Ayurveda text, is related as the best Nectar for all the functionality of the small intestines. The Buttermilk churned after the removal of the fat butter is very runny in consistency, sweety-sour to taste, and has a ratio of 1 part of Yogurt or Curd: 4 part warm water.

Buttermilk is one of the most beneficial foods which is widely used in India for centuries. In Ayurveda, a detailed description of different preparatory methods of Buttermilk is found to be having different properties and uses. Takra prepared by a proper method is useful for healthy people as well as for the ones suffering from different diseases. Different types of Buttermilk with spices and herbs can be prepared according to Dosaha involved. Regular intake of Buttermilk keeps a person healthy due to its Agnideepak & properties. According to Ayurveda Agnimandya is the root cause of any disease and Buttermilk is very useful in digestive problems.

Some of the recipes of Buttermilk Ayurveda preparations are as follows :

  • Sour buttermilk 1 ounce + Dry ginger powder 1/4 tsp – for VATA problems
  • Sour buttermilk 1 ounce+ Himalayan salt as to taste – for VATA problems
  • Sweet buttermilk 1 ounce + brown sugar 1/2 tsp – for PITTA problems
  • Sweet buttermilk 1 ounce + Trikatu powder 1/2 tsp ( Dry Ginger + Black Pepper + Long Medicinal Pepper)- for KAPHA problems
  • Sweet buttermilk 1 ounce +Gud 1/2 tsp ( Jaggery ) – for Urinary problems

It is recommended to consume Buttermilk during the meal times for seven days, ten days, fifteen days, or one month according to the strength of the individual and the strength of a disease. The quantity of consumption of the Buttermilk should be in an increasing order till the maximum dose of 1 ounce and then should be decreased in the dose in a similar manner and never to be stopped at once.

Cumin / Jeeraka

Cuminum cyminum called Jeeraka in Sanskrit and Jeera in Hindi is one of the herbs which was used for many centuries for various ailments. Traditionally the herb is well-known for its action in various alimentary diseases like indigestion, diarrhea, gynecological diseases, etc. This herb is also screened for various pharmacological activities like antibacterial, anticancer, antiulcer, and others. Due to its hot potency and penetrative essential oils its a choice of the herb for the cure of various indications like Indigestion, Carminative, improve digestion, inflammations, diarrhea, noisy gut, but is directly establish it as a herb of choice in GIT associated menstrual disease.
In traditional medicine, cumin was used to treat hoarseness, jaundice, dyspepsia, and diarrhea. Its seeds were used for stomachic, diuretic, carminative, stimulant, astringent, and abortifacient properties. Due to its very good aroma, the oil of cumin was used in perfumery and as a seasoning in curry powders, soups, stews, sausages, cheeses, pickles, meats and chutneys since centuries in almost all part of the world.
In America, Africa and India the herb is used as an abortive and as an emmenagogue. In Indonesia, it was used in cases of bloody diarrhea and headache (the paste is applied to the forehead). It was also taken orally for rheumatic ailments. In India, cumin was used as an abortifacient, for kidney and bladder stones, chronic diarrhea, leprosy, and eye disease. In the Unani system of medicine, the fruits of the Cuminum cyminum were used as an astringent, carminative, emmenagogue, for the treatment of corneal opacities, ulcers, boils, styes and to relieve cough and inflammation.

Some of the recipes of Cumin Ayurveda preparations are as follows :

  • Cumin powder (dry roasted) 1/4 tsp + Dry ginger powder 1/4 tsp + Natural honey 1 tsp – for Kapha problems or cough and congestion
  • Cumin powder (dry roasted) 1/4 tsp + Jaggery 1tsp – for Digestion problems and low appetite
  • Cumin powder (dry roasted) 1/4 tsp + Coriander seed powder (dry roasted ) 1/4 tsp + Hot water 1 cup – for cleansing the Urinary tract
  • Cumin powder (dry roasted) 1/4 tsp + Lime juice 1 tsp – for Kapha and Vata problems

Ginger / Adraka

Ginger (Zingiber Officinalis), called Adraka in Sanskrit and Adrak in Hindi one of the most commonly consumed dietary condiments in the world. Ginger has been also been used for thousands of years for the treatment of numerous ailments, such as colds, nausea, arthritis, migraines, and hypertension. The medicinal, chemical, and pharmacological properties of ginger have been extensively reviewed by various institutions all around the world for its extensive medicinal usage and healing effects. Ginger is a member of a plant family that includes cardamom and turmeric. Its spicy aroma is mainly due to the presence of ketones, Gingerol.

Indians and Chinese are believed to have produced ginger as a tonic root for over 5000 years to treat many ailments, and this plant is now cultivated throughout the humid tropics, with India being the largest producer. Ginger was used as a flavoring agent long before history was formally recorded. It was an exceedingly important article of trade and was exported from India to the Roman Empire over 2000 years ago, where it was especially valued for its medicinal properties.

Ginger is used in numerous forms, including fresh, dried, pickled, preserved, crystallized, candied, and powdered or ground. The flavor is somewhat peppery and slightly sweet, with a strong and spicy aroma. The concentration of essential oils increases as ginger ages.

One of the many health claims attributed to ginger is its purported ability to decrease inflammation, swelling, and pain. Ginger decrease age-related oxidative stress markers and also due to its antioxidant properties help to reduce the free radicles. The essential oils in ginger help alleviating symptoms of nausea and vomiting throughout history is probably its utilization as the best remedy. Ginger and its derivative components have shown excellent and interesting cancer-preventive and potential cancer therapeutic applications. Ginger has gained interest for its potential to treat various aspects of cardiovascular disease. Useful for the treatment of various gastrointestinal, pulmonary, cardiovascular,  sexual disorders, antibacterial, antidiabetic, antiemetic, hypolipidaemic, and hepatoprotective, Ginger is considered among the best of roots in Ayurveda.

Some of the recipes of Ginger  Ayurveda preparations are as follows :

  • Fresh ginger juice 1 tsp + Fresh holy basil leaves juice 1 tsp + Natural honey 1 tsp – for respiratory problems as dry cough, and Flatulence 
  • Fresh ginger paste  + Jaggery  – for sprains and inflammation without open wound (applied externally) 
  • Fresh ginger sliced  + Hot water 1 cup – for lack of digestion, and  Vata problems 
  • Fresh ginger juice + Brown sugar 1 tsp – for Kapha problems, common cold, and cough

Avoid Indigestion / Adhyashana

Adhyashana is a technical term of Ayurveda, which means eating before digestion of previous food. All the ancient classics describe the ill effects of AdhyashanaCharaka mentioned it as a prime causative factor for Grahani dosha. It is also said that Adhyashana can cause severe and incurable diseases or even death. All these references indicate the importance of Adhyashana as one of the health-destroying factors.

the food which is eaten, while the previous meal is lying undigested in the stomach, immediately provokes all the three Doshas. These aggravated Doshas then produce different kinds of diseases in the body. Repeated meals at irregular intervals are the very cause of Aama production ( free radicle ). Aama decreases the strength of Agni which in turn obstructs the free movement of all three Doshas in the digestive tract and on the other hand spreads in the whole body and blocks the channels of the entire body.

In a research conducted by an Institute in Jamnagar, India,70% of the subjects have revealed that lack of appetite and ingestions were the major pre disposed entity found among the patients with chronic lifestyle and infectious diseases such as fever of unknown origin, general lack of immunity, frequent infections of the chest and respiratory organs and skin diseases.

Adhyashana can be defined as eating within 3–4 h of the previous meal. So a proper light meal has to have at least a break of 4 hrs between each meal even considering snacks and coffee consumption. Drinking a small quantity of hot to warm water at regular intervals is said to have a positive effect on the digestive system hence aiding proper digestion.

Cleanse Free radicles / Ama

Ama iti Ishyath Pachyathe – meaning Ama or the free radicle are the product of indigestion. It is being described in one of the texts of Ayurveda that  “eliminate that which is not wholeness, that which is disrupting, by that which is suitable for the self, using procedures and preparations to restore the self, to re-establish Prakriti (a wholeness — our essential nature) and pacify by that which is conducive to health.”

Ama can also be the one derived by the regular blockage of the free radicles in the deep channels of nutrition or even due to external environmental or idiopathic causes.

The main cause for the formation of Ama is described to be  Pragya aparadh – the mistake of the intellect or the lack of self to understand our Dosha and body types and the capacity of our digestive systems. These very mistakes lead to poor diet, wrong choice of food, wrong eating habits, overeating, unnecessary cravings, emotional eating, and wrong routine.

The feel of laziness, disinterested, with no enthusiasm, lack of orientation, brain fog, lack of clarity, lack of concentration, negative thoughts, which can lead to anxiety and also Psychosomatic diseases such as bloating gut, lazy gut, constipation, IBS, diarrhea and many other diseases related to the Digestive system.

Some of the tips mentioned in  Ayurveda text for cleaning the Ama are as follows :

  • Loving your food with the right ingredient at the right time with the right state of mind or following Satvik food  
  • Avoid emotional eating. overeating, ice-cold food, heavy and sticky food 
  • Ama Pachan (digesting the ama ), by sipping hot water, or using specific spices or herbal preparations
  • Agni Dipan (increasing the digestion ), with use of Lavana Bhasker powder, Cumin powder, Hingwashtaka powder
  • Shodhana or Cleansing with Panchakarma Detox 

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Corona is here to stay, they say!

Well, Thailand is basically virus free as there were no new infections since more than a month (40 days as of today). Foreigners will be gradually allowed into Thailand again, starting from August and there will be rules.

We are getting ready for you by implementing the safety standards of SHA (Amazing Thailand Safety & Health Administration). The certification will be obtained within July.

Our unique Ayurveda Spa has opened for locals and Thai travellers on the 1st of July, so you can try our comprehensive choice of Ayurveda Treatments.

Contact us via LINE, WhatsApp, Phone, E-mail or use the contact form to make appointment for a free consultation with our Ayurveda Doctor.

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Rose is testing our amazing, homemade Acid Fruit Scrub during an extensive photo shotting of all the items in our Spa Menu. We shot hundreds of beautiful photos and as the Spa has been partially redesigned, we will have to go for another session. 

Our health has been the center of attention since Corona and we believe, it should stay that way. With or withour infection risk, we should keep taking care ourselves and nothing is better than a relaxing, rejuvenation AyurYoga Retreat. Take a break, ideally 3 to 4 weeks and return home totally refreshed. The program can be taylor made, according to our requirements, but if you really just want “Ayurveda Light”, we developed an even more relaxing version of it.

We called it Ayurveda Wellbeing – join us on the regular morning or afternoon hikes, visit the local temple for meditations and simply enjoy the good life, the great food, the comfortable villa, the fantastic salt water treated pool. 

 

 

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🌞 Lockup instead of Lockdown! 🌞

At the Mangosteen Ayurveda & Wellness Resort, the “After-Corona Era” starts on August 1st! ⛱ And we will start not only with top-promotions but also with a 🔥 firework 🔥 of other news:

🌼 SHA certified, enjoyable, relaxing, rejuvenating, safe and clean!
🌼 New Ayurveda Menu with many new, traditional Ayurveda treatments.
🌼 “Veda Villa”, new dedicated Ayurveda Villa – https://mangosteen-ayurveda.com/ayurblog/
🌼 Come early to enjoy “a different Phuket”, without the crowds. A unique chance, because it won’t stay quiet forever!
🌼 New 4 weeks “Ayurveda Wellbeing” Retreat with attractive rates!
🌼 Book early for extra benefits and an extra enjoyable time in Phuket! Promotion Links following soon! 🌼

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VEDA VILLA – Traditional Ayurveda Therapies as Centuries ago!

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The New Mangosteen VEDA VILLA

Here is a preview of our new Ayurveda project! VEDA VILLA is a newly created exclusive Ayurveda space, dedicated to very special, ancient and authentic Ayurveda treatments only.

  • There is an outdoor and an indoor treatment space and an outdoor bamboo shower.
  • A container full of Ayurveda oils, herbs, decorations and a full body steam bath chamber is floating somewhere in the Indian Ocean.
  • A new menu is ready to go and has been uploaded to our websites.
  • It will be ready to go when we open.

Download the new Spa menu here! Scroll down to VEDA VILLA to see the new part of the menu! It’s unique in Thailand, the only one!

We are excited to present the new space to you on your next visit!

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Mangosteen Ayurveda & Wellness Resort – Covid-19 Clean Program

Stay safe during your holiday at the Mangosteen Resort! Implementation of new safety
and hygienic standards to improve safety for guests, staff and visitors.
1.) Clean Manager: Our resort manager, Khun Kwanchai Sukondhachandana has been
appointed “Clean Manager”, as long as the situation requires. He coordinates all efforts
and is there to answer your questions, if required.

2.) Temperature checks:

• All staff is checked on a daily basis, upon arrival to their shift at the resort.
• All suppliers and contractors are checked upon arrival.
• All guests are checked upon check-in and daily at reception.
Procedure:
• Check temperature with electronic thermometer and inform Clean Manager if a
value above 38 degree is shown.
• Those who are unwell with temperature of 38 degree Celsius or higher, and/or
display respiratory symptoms will be asked to seek immediate medical
attention.

3.) Self-distancing:

The resort implemented appropriate self-distancing measures for
guests:
• Restaurant: The number tables has been reduced by 50% in order to keep
enough distance.
• Spa: Additional chairs provided at the Spa reception in case several guests have
to wait and to avoid sharing the sofa.
• Pool Deck: Reduced number of sun lounges by 50% for increased room and
distance.

4.) Disinfection of surfaces:

• Disinfection of all surfaces in common areas at least four times a day, especially
at the fitness center.
• Providing disinfection spray and paper towels at fitness center.
• Ensure that employees observe good personal hygiene.

5.) Additional safety measures:

• Providing hand disinfection sanitizer at all common facilities.
• Providing face masks for sale at cost price at gift shop.
• Provide small portions of hand sanitizer at gift shop for sale.

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Udwarthanam Powder Massage

 

Udwarthanam powder massage is a traditional Ayurveda massage, which is performed in the upward direction using the warm herbal powders of Triphala, horse gram, pepper roots, and ginger.

This treatment helps in liquification of the fat below the skin, which helps to mobilize the fat and the lymphatic drainage. Furthermore, this treatment is also helpful in many skin problems and skin diseases.

When the powders are mixed with oil and rubbed together, (Snigdha Udwarthanam) they help in calming the Kapha. This then removes the blemishes of the skin, improves the flexibility of joints, eliminates body odor and tones the muscles.

 

Other traditional Ayurveda treatments:

Abhyanga oil massage

Vasti Ayurveda oil pooling

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Abhyanga Oil Massage https://mangosteen-ayurveda.com/2020/04/17/oil-massage/ Fri, 17 Apr 2020 10:17:44 +0000 https://mangosteen-ayurveda.com/?p=3771 Abhyanga Oil Massage Traditional Ayurveda oil massage   Abhyanga oil massage is a traditional Ayurveda oil massage, which also is known as traditional synchronized dosha specific oil massage. It is where warm herbal oils (depending on your Dosha type) are used to massage using long rhythmic strokes, which loosens accumulated toxins in the tissues. After […]

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Abhyanga Oil Massage

Traditional Ayurveda oil massage

 

Abhyanga oil massage is a traditional Ayurveda oil massage, which also is known as traditional synchronized dosha specific oil massage.

It is where warm herbal oils (depending on your Dosha type) are used to massage using long rhythmic strokes, which loosens accumulated toxins in the tissues. After that, it is followed by steam to remove toxins and other metabolic wastes. This increases the tissue’s strength and the production of antibodies. It also improves blood circulation and enhances the complexion of skin, which creates electrochemical balance in the body.

Abhyanga oil massage is known for relaxation and the blood circulation. The massage helps to pacify all the Tridoshas, developing a relaxed and balanced state of body, which increases the body’s well-being.

Other traditional Ayurveda treatments:

Vasti Ayurveda oil pooling

Udwarthanam powder massage

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Vasti Ayurveda oil pooling

The Retention of Medicaments

 

Vasti Ayurveda oil pooling a traditional Ayurveda remedy for the spine and joint-related problems due to the VATA dosha imbalances. This local treatment is done in different regions of the body such as lower back, neck, knee, heart, navel, and the head.

Combining with appropriate oil or other herbal preparations, the treatment helps relieve pain, stiffness, dryness, soothes the nerves and also enhances blood supply.

Vasti is a form of the sweating process done before the Pancha pradhana karmas as sweat is induced, employing heat in the form of steam or by in contact of the body with heated medicaments.

 

Other traditional Ayurveda treatments:

Abhyanga oil massage

Udwarthanam powder massage

 

 

 

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Surya Namaskar https://mangosteen-ayurveda.com/2020/04/16/surya-namaskar/ Thu, 16 Apr 2020 06:54:07 +0000 https://mangosteen-ayurveda.com/?p=3710 Surya Namaskar   Surya Namaskar is a practice in yoga as exercise incorporating a sequence of twelve gracefully linked asanas. It is also known as ‘Salute to the Sun’ or ‘Sun Salutation’, which was first recorded as yoga in the early 20th century.   “An ancient technique of expressing gratitude to the sun, the source […]

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Surya Namaskar

 

Surya Namaskar is a practice in yoga as exercise incorporating a sequence of twelve gracefully linked asanas. It is also known as ‘Salute to the Sun’ or ‘Sun Salutation’, which was first recorded as yoga in the early 20th century.

 

“An ancient technique of expressing gratitude to the sun, the source of all forms of life on the planet.”

 

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Symbolically, the sun becomes our source of energy as well.

Moreover, the ancient rishis of India have established that the different parts of the body are governed by different devas. In which, devas are the divine impulses or divine light.

For example, the solar plexus located behind the navel is connected to the sun. It is the central point of the human body, which is also known as the second brain.

The ancient rishis recommended the practice of Surya Namaskar to increase creativity and intuitive abilities by enhancing the solar plexus.

 

 

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