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Karta Purkh (KP) Singh Khalsa, DN-C, RH, CAP

Ayurvedic Applications for Modern Life

Karta Purkh (KP) Singh Khalsa, DN-C, RH, CAP

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  • Why it’s never too late to implement Ayurvedic practices
  • Managing the smorgasbord that is modern life with Ayurveda
  • Coveted herbs to use for your whole family and your entire life

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  1. Deven says:

    It said available till wed and it won’t play! Sad face

  2. BRONWEN says:

    FAB SIMPLE TALK …AS IM A BEGINNER

  3. Guru Darshan says:

    Excellent presentation. A lot of wisdom and very simple user friendly suggestions to get people started. I always learn something from Karta Purkh Singh. Inspiring. Thank you.

  4. Anita says:

    Very interesting and practical information. Many thanks !

  5. Dave Bhullar says:

    Excellent insights. Much appreciated KP KhalsaJi.

  6. Cata Rojas says:

    I really liked this talk full of wisdom and practical and simple tips!

    Many thanks

  7. Liz says:

    IThe presenter talked of a genetic degenerative disease he had been diagnosed with as a child . I’d like to know if a genetic disease like Duchenne muscular dystrophy can respond to Ayurvedic practices and what in particular.

    Thank- You Very Much,

    Liz

  8. Jeanette says:

    This was wonderful will keep an ear out for more from KP

  9. Margit says:

    Thank you very much for the fantastic lecture! Very informative and presented with so much ease…

  10. Lynne says:

    Excellent – really enjoyed this. Thank you!

  11. Simone says:

    Sat Nam. Thank you, very enjoyable and engaging. I really loved hearing about your path of learning Ayurveda.

  12. Kalpana Sharma says:

    Amazing!!!! feels so soothing to the ears i am wondering what great stuff it would do to our bodies! thanks and Namaskar!

  13. Tatiana says:

    Thank you! Very informative and easy to understand. I would like to know what is a daily dose av Triphala and Shatavari / Ashwagandha you would reccomend? 1 teaspoon? How do I take it – with warm or cold water, milk or something else?

  14. Lorien Waldron - Wholesome Loving Goodness says:

    Thankyou so much, this was so wonderful! 🙂 I really enjoyed listening to an Ayurveda teacher who I had never heard of before and connecting with the knowledge and wisdom KP Khalasa shared. 🙂 So inspiring. Thankyou! Every talk I’ve listened to today has moved me and inspired me beyond words. 🙂 xx This little aussie ayurveda lover is on an ayurveda high! 🙂

  15. Toni says:

    Excellent presentation. thank you!!!

  16. Jane says:

    Wonderfully applicable! Thank you.

  17. Fiona says:

    Great presentation, very informative. Thank you very much

  18. Carol says:

    Thanks KP. Always enjoy listening to you.

  19. Jan says:

    Thank you KP. So much wisdom and such a relaxed, easy to understand presentation.

  20. PG says:

    The correct spelling of “chubin prasa” is Chayavan-prasha, names after Chyavan Rishi who regained his youth after taking the rejuvinative and anti-aging herbal formulation for asome time.

    • Dr. Grasser says:

      PG, thank you for the correction. If you happen to purchase the talks, we have transcripts of all of them which have been thoroughly edited. I apologize that we missed this one on the slides.

  21. Judy E. says:

    Thank you KP!

  22. Pamela says:

    Very balanced, down to earth and informative. Thank you so much

  23. Frasier Linde says:

    It continues to amaze me how many things the scientific community is learning today that Ayurveda discovered so long ago!

    The go-to herbs he mentions are ashwagandha (for men), shatavari (for women), gotu kola, turmeric, gokshura, triphala, and chubin prasa.

  24. Meikan says:

    Hello,
    I always enjoy listening to KP.

    I recently heard that the active ingredient in turmeric needs to be heated to be accessible to the body. There wasn’t any mention of this in the interview. So, I am wondering if KP has any thoughts on this.

    Warmly,
    Meikan

    • Naomi says:

      Turmeric needs a pinch of black pepper and the active properties of the turmeric (Curcumin) will be available then. I’ve heard ginger works, too, but I always use black pepper just to be sure.

  25. Linda says:

    I love listening to KP! Love his practicality and storytelling approach to medicine! Thank you!

  26. IVAN says:

    Жду и надеюсь на духовный рост.

  27. Gaye says:

    I was wondering if someone could help me with the 3 herbs we should all take every day, a stamina boosting, immune boosting and one other that I kept missing.. I think one was ashwagandha, triphala..

  28. Gaye says:

    I was wondering if someone could help me with the 3 herbs we should all take every day, a stamina boosting, immune boosting and one other that I kept missing..

  29. Deborah says:

    As a fellow “baby boomer” I felt your presentation easily resonated with my personal experience. I enjoyed the ease with which you shared this information. Thank you.

  30. Craig Klawuhn says:

    Brilliant , simple, clear wisdom -thank you !

  31. Karen Whynott says:

    Thank you.. I enjoyed your energy and your simple definitions of yoga, ayurveda and Meditation..

  32. Diane says:

    I am wondering if someone can help me. what is the name of the Chinese tea that is mentioned that is mentioned when he is talking about tumeric. He mentions that this helps with his constitution which is inclined to hypo thyroid. I have relistened a few times but can’t catch it.

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