Seven-Day Ayurvedic Cleanse at No Worries Natural Medicine

No Worries Natural Medicine is pleased to offer an Ayurvedic seven-day cleanse led by Nathan Thorpe. Ayurveda is the traditional holistic medicine of India. The word Ayurveda literally means “the science of life.”

One of the most important things that influences health, according to Ayurveda, is the metabolic fire called “Agni.” Agni drives all processes of physiological transformation. It oversees digestion, absorption, and assimilation in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, as well as the exchange of nutrients at the cellular level—even the digestion of thoughts and emotions. “One way to maintain and strengthen Agni is periodic cleanses,” says Thorpe. “The seven-day cleanse is a great introduction to Ayurveda. It is very nurturing and nourishing in nature.” Thorpe offers a simple dietary and self-care plan, as well as Ayurvedic body treatments throughout the week. “Often at the end of the week most people feel a deep sense of calm, revitalization and empowerment,” states Thorpe.

For more information, contact Nathan Thorpe at No Worries Natural Medicine 321-961-8243. 325 5th Ave, Ste 205, Indialantic.

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