Tips on improving digestion

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– Avoid too many colonics as they weaken the digestive tract
– Scrape your tongue first thing in the morning upon waking after brushing teeth.
– Avoid ALL DRY FOOD
– Wake up early, between 6 and 6:30 AM
– Regular diet of fruit and veggies that are not too hard to digest such as carrots, otherwise cook them gently.
– Avoid coffee or black tea, instead teas made with fennel, cumin, mint, ginger etc… Ginger is best!
– Exercise a little every day
– Take either psyllium husks or triphala every day before bed time with little warm liquid. (You may you able to get triphala at a health food store)
– For severe constipation take castor oil (horrible taste but it is the BEST to coat the colon and bring back moisture) Take it with ginger tea.
– Add more oils (sesame and olive oil) to your diet as well as bulk food such as: grains, bran, little nuts.
– Take prune juice every day or aloe vera in liquid form.
– If you are very constipated, try a sesame oil enema. Best way to bring oil into the colon.

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Namaste
Lily
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About lilypod72

Liilamaya RYT500 by: Kula Collective & Raja Dhiraja Yoga teacher. She is also an Ayurveda therapist/educator and free-lance writer and contributor for Gaiam TV - My Yoga online and Elephant Journal, blogger of several wellness pages where she shares her passion for maintaining a healthy lifestyle with Yoga & Ayurveda. Liilamaya has over 16 years of experience teaching Yoga, runs International Yoga & Ayurveda retreats and is the Director of the "Yoga & Ayurveda school for the Healing Arts" (registered with Yoga Alliance) specializing in Yoga Teacher Trainings, Ayurvedic Therapies, Health & wellness in Mexico, Morocco and Ibiza. At LilyPod Yoga & Ayurveda we aim at restoring balance of body and mind through Ayurvedic consultations, Yoga Retreats, Yoga Teacher Trainings, cooking classes, Ayurveda products, lifestyle Therapy programs, massage therapy, healthy tips, asana for your type and more… Learn, Teach, Inspire. Namaste

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