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Fall Rituals

Fall Rituals

As the seasons change and we settle into fall, we start turning into cozier rituals and warmer nights. 

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Fall Recipes

One of our favorite fall rituals is starting our mornings out with a bowl of stewed apples. Apples are a quintessential fall fruit; apple picking is a family favorite activity, and the smell of warm apple pie (with ice cream on top!) soothes the soul. Apples are a great in the morning because they not only help with digestion but are a great energy boost. Check out one of our top Ayurvedic recipes for stewed apples. Look for Granny Smith, McIntosh or Braeburn apples – they are great varietals for baking.

What We're Loving

The buzz on team RANAVAT's Zoom calls is all about the art of Shirodhara. This Ayurvedic treatment induces a relaxed state of awareness, soothing the mind and body. The treatment involves slowly dripping medicated oil on the forehead, which relaxes and soothes. This is especially great for those with an imbalance of Vata or Pitta doshas. We can't wait to try this ourselves!

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