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The concept of 'Ayurveda'

comes from Sanskrit and is a combination of words. The words 'ayus' (life) and 'veda' (knowledge, science). It basically means the science of life. Ayurveda is an art that is thousands of years old. It is the health system of the ancient Indian Vedic civilization and is considered to be the oldest health system in the world. Haradava recognizes this like no other and sees Ayurveda as a basis for balancing body and mind.

The lore

The ancient Ayurvedic scriptures describe that the basic principles of Ayurveda were long ago perceived by highly evolved people in their own consciousness through introspection. Therefore, in the beginning these principles were only passed down from teacher to student and only much later, when a transmission in this way no longer seemed reliable, were they written down in the first writings and works of Ayurveda.

Holistic health education

Ayurveda treats life in its entirety and combines physical, psychological, mental and spiritual aspects. The aim is to balance body, mind and soul and thus - in the first place - prevent and cure diseases. Ayurvedic experts and doctors take into account a large number of factors, such as consciousness, nutrition, stress at work or in a relationship, too little rest, medication, too much, too little or wrong exercise, the environment, the individual constitution, preferences and disapprove and much more.


is an important basic element for haradava. Beans, lentils and carrots are widely used in Ayurveda. Primal products, as it were. Healthy and conscious living is exactly in line with the principles of haradava.


According to the teachings of Ayurveda, we as humans can be divided into a composition of three types, Doshas. These basic forces are fixed from birth and are responsible for our physique, mental state, qualities and preferences. In addition, it also determines how we react to certain foods, seasons, the climate and certain situations in life.

With the right proportion and with the ideal environmental factors, the three Doshas provide balance. A change in this ratio creates an imbalance; one Dosha increases slightly, which decreases another. Imbalance is usually caused by our diet and lifestyle.

This imbalance can manifest itself in (mild) mental or physical complaints. The body will give a signal in the form of pain or mental discomfort with the aim of restoring balance. If we ignore or suppress these signals, we can eventually get sick.

The Five Elements form the building materials of the Doshas. These are Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth. The five elements are not only found in our body, but are found everywhere in nature. With each Dosha, other elements dominate, which means that they have different properties.

Vata (Space and Air)
The properties of these include cold, dry, light and movement. Examples of this are the circulation of your blood and digestion. All movement in the body is due to the properties of Vata. Pain is evidence of a dysregulated Vata.

Pitta (Fire and Water)
Pitta stands for our metabolism or the conversion of food into usable nutrients that can be absorbed by our body. In addition, pita stands for heat, light, humidity, sharpness and coordinates our body temperature, so that the digestive system can function optimally. A disordered pita is characterized by a heated body or red skin

Kapha (Earth and Water)
These elements are heavy elements, so Kapha provides structure, grounding. The water element takes care of this earth. You could think of it as taking care of the earth, the tissues, within us, with the food we have ingested.


Haradava sells products that contribute to the balance between body and mind. You can approach body and mind separately, but are not actually separate from each other. We offer high-quality products that contribute to health at all levels.


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