Ayurvedic Detox Mung Bean Dahl Bowl and Ayurvedic teachings

1 Cups Mung Beans * Soak for at least 2~ 4 hours




Base* Coconut Oil,  1 tbs. of Mustard Seed, Coriander Seed, Cumin, heat lightly in skillet turning until fragrant and lightly browned, Turmeric, Ginger Root Grated, 3 cloves Garlic minced.  Mix all spices into the coconut oil.

Garnish* Fresh Herbs:  Thyme, Sage, Parsley, Chives minced finely * My addition 😉 As herbs are one of the top 5 foods to eat.  Especially Fresh and Organic!

How to cook ~

Rinse beans and place in stock pot, cover with water, bring to a boil, reduce to medium light Add more water if necessary.  Add spice base* simmer boil for approx. 20 minutes.  Check for doneness, you don’t want them mushy.

Mung beans are grounding, and cleansing for the liver, gall bladder and vascular system.  Corrects digestive fire.  And is also known to be used as a weight loss cleanse followed for at three days.

Rice can be added as I did for more satiety.


2 Cups Water

1 Cup Short Grain Brown Rice

Mineral Salt

Rinse rice well, drain.  Bring water/stock to a boil add mineral salt.  Cook for approx. 20 minutes without removing cover.


Greens from my garden

Sauté lightly in very little EVOO, stirring constantly, until bright green, add a splash of water and cover until green approx. 2 minutes.  Serve with Lemon/Mineral Salt.


*Upon rising rinse your mouth with Coconut Oil, Scrape Tongue

*Drink warmed lemon water

*Eat only Mung beans throughout day with

*Cook fresh each time


*Limit Exposure to media and phones


*Mellow Music


*Dry Skin Brushing before you shower

*Adahasha~ Oil your skin with Coconut Oil or Sesame Oil


*Take Triphala in the evening ~ Digestion and Colon Cleanser*  See note below

*Pranayama Breath Work

*Time in Nature/Gardening/Brisk walking


This is an excellent time to do this cleanse, going into Spring.  Just happened to take an Ayurvedic class recently and learned the following ~ Check the website @Banyanbotanicals.org to find your Dosha, it’s so interesting and they can recommend a lifestyle that fits your Ayurvedic dosha.  Pretty amazing!  It can be pretty limiting but just do what you can and eliminate the Ghee, use coconut oil in it’s place.  For instance the teacher said I shouldn’t do iced tea, that’s my favorite afternoon drink in the spring/summer months, so can’t follow it to the T.  Eat only when your hungry, two meals a day is plenty!  Look at your hand, a portion is a handful.  Chew your food slowly for better digestion.  Fix Agni.  Essential Oil Vapor and incense to clear space.  Smell clears pathogens.  Plates consist of 6 taste.  That would be too much for me to do.  So it’s more complicated things like this that you could probably skip.  I love the idea of two meals a day as plenty and the amounts!

The FULL moons are everything in Ayurvedic ~ to create and allow time for yourself and spiritual experiences, SEX, women’s cycle, planting seeds.

Recite this Invocation on the full moons for if we pray together the world will know more peace.  Link for A Universal Prayer for World Peace ~http://pranaworld.net/the-great-invocation/

“The spirit of Invocation, of longing for and reaching for contact with higher beings is strengthened at Full Moon.  At each Full Moon, a stream of love is poured forth by all Masters and initiates who have taken at least the Third Initiation.”

Master Djwhal Khul

** Since writing this I have reservations about the lead some of India’s supplements.  Please correct me if you do not believe this is true.
Thank you for being here, please leave comments if you like the recipe, or information, would love to hear from you!  Blessings for a happy life to you.  Visualize and Receive! Much Love <3




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