The oldest method of self-healing in the world: it only takes 10 minutes a day!

According to this ancient healing method, to maintain your health, you must achieve complete harmony of the body, soul, and mind. Ayurveda is the oldest holistic healing system that is still used in modern times. Interestingly, people in India prefer Ayurvedic treatment over conventional medicine and study Ayurveda in schools and universities. Moreover, the World Health Organization, at its Alma Ata Congress in 1977, officially recognized Ayurveda and recommended its practice and popularization.

As long as the body, soul, and mind function in harmony, a person will remain healthy – this is the basic philosophy of Ayurveda and the ancient Indian healing method that emerged from it.

Ancient daily self-healing treatment in just 10 minutes

Morning – 6 minutes

  1. Cleaning the tongue – 30 seconds After brushing your teeth, remove any residual plaque from the tongue using a brush, tongue cleaner, or blunt knife. The liver, gallbladder, and kidneys help the body get rid of harmful substances. As a byproduct of certain metabolic processes, sediments and toxins are created on the tongue. If not eliminated, they eventually start to block the body’s energy flow.
  2. Use the power of sesame oil – 2 minutes After brushing your teeth and tongue, rinse your mouth for two minutes with a tablespoon of sesame oil, spit it out, and rinse with warmer water. Sesame oil prevents the formation of dental plaque, cavities, and gingivitis; it is rich in linoleic acid and acts against fungi, bacteria, and viruses.
  3. Self-massage – 3 minutes For the massage, you’ll need gloves, raw silk, or a soft brush. Massage each part of the body 10-20 times, in this order: neck, back as far as you can, then rub the shoulders, arms, and fingers with circular movements. Gently massage the upper chest using a horizontal motion. Then move to the stomach and massage it from top to bottom and left to right. Next are the thighs. Rub them from outside to inside and top to bottom. Then move to the knees and feet, massaging them with circular movements. The massage improves circulation and restores energy. Each skin segment is associated with an internal organ, and all function much better and have increased blood flow after massage, according to Ayurvedic practitioners.

During the day – 2 minutes:

  1. Drink hot water – 30 seconds Boil half a liter of water for 10-15 minutes, pour it into a thermos, and take three sips every half hour. Due to its special energetic properties, boiled water stimulates digestion and helps eliminate toxins from the body.
  2. Practice relaxing breathing – 2 minutes Breathe deeply through the nose, hold it for a few seconds, then exhale through the nose. Don’t think about anything; if it’s hard to stop your thoughts, think of something beautiful, like a beach, wind… Stress, anger, and fear often lead to organ diseases. Relaxation helps you and your organs as well. This stimulates the brain to produce endorphins (happiness hormones), making us happy. However, this will require a bit of practice.

Evening – 2 minutes:

  1. Stimulate digestion and improve sleep quality – 2 minutes Warm a little sesame oil. Massage a few drops onto your stomach and then, using your entire palm, continue to gently massage your stomach with light circular clockwise movements. Then soak a towel in warm water and hold it on your stomach until it cools down. Finally, wipe your stomach. This gentle massage aids digestion by stimulating intestinal contractions, thus solving the problem of insomnia caused by poor digestion.

So simple, yet so powerful. Why not start tomorrow?