This week, local women and children were especially invited to come to Rasa Ayurveda for complimentary Ayurvedic consultations, medicines and treatment. As Ayurveda’s popularity increases worldwide, it’s important to make sure Malayalee continue to benefit from the traditional medicine that arose from their own homeland, Kerala.
In the United States this week, Thanksgiving is celebrated as a time to remember what we are most grateful for.
Here at Rasa Ayurveda, we are all –patients, students and the Rasa Ayurveda family–feeling grateful for the native plant medicines and the knowledge of traditional Ayurveda. We’re grateful we are able to share the power of this traditional medicine with women from all over the world, and with women in our own village here.
With more gratitude, we thank all those who have contributed to The Muthashi Project in this last year, from the bottom of our hearts. We hope to do much more to protect the native medicinal plants and the unbroken stream of Ayurvedic knowledge. May the benefits of Ayurveda be enjoyed into the next many generations!
We look forward to welcoming you to Rasa Ayurveda Traditional Healing Centre for Women.
With warmest regards~
Niika Quistgard, CAS (Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist)
Women’s Health & Happiness Advocate
Founder & Director, Rasa Ayurveda Traditional Healing Centre for Women
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India