Discover the top remedies every woman in her 40s, 50s, and beyond could be taking to diminish pain, reduce inflammation, and detoxify.
Identify the best anti-aging herbs — plus herbs for energy, alertness, and reducing stress — so you can live a full and vibrant life.
Have you experienced the incredible healing benefits of Ayurveda, an ancient, comprehensive system that predates all other forms of medicine?
Ayurveda is effective and easy to use... and a compelling alternative (and complement) to Western medicine.
The promise of Ayurveda for women — especially in your 40s, 50s, and beyond — is a proven holistic approach for:
- Detoxifying your body
- Reducing pain and inflammation
- Increasing energy and alertness
- Treating stress, anxiety and depression
- Clearing brain fog
- Balancing your body’s rhythms
- Revitalizing your mind and spirit
Ayurvedic herbalism for women also encompasses anti-aging herbs, as well as remedies for preventing illness, disease, and chronic health conditions.
K.P. Khalsa, one of the world’s experts in Ayurvedic herbalism, offers a grounded, systematic approach, enabling you to easily apply — with the right dosages for your body — Ayurvedic remedies to balance your body’s three primary metabolic forces: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.
Here are some of the herbs and ailments K.P. will be covering in-depth in this virtual mini-workshop. He’ll give you clear, grounded, and easy-to-use applications for:
Bala, a common Ayurvedic herb for increasing strength, stamina, energy, and focus.
Dashmoola, a potent Ayurvedic formula consisting of 10 famous roots. It’s the master formula for women who are chronically cold and dry. It also improves digestion, reduces bloating, and sharpens concentration.
Jatamansi, a root with many applications, including anti-aging and treatment of insomnia and stress. In Ayurvedic medicine, the roots of the plant are used. Jatamansi relaxes tight muscles, fights bloating, and aids sleep, while also sharpening the mind and healing the brain.
Bacopa, a famous herb for the mind, is used for brain fog and for improving memory and intelligence.
Shilajit, a concentrated medicine from the earth, is one of the most revered remedies in Ayurveda. Considered the ultimate anti-aging medicine, it promotes a strong body and mind. Ayurveda also uses it for sexual rejuvenation, improved physical power, and a long, healthy life.
Join K.P. Khalsa for this information-packed 60-minute workshop and you’ll discover:
- An anti-inflammatory remedy to help curb disease
- A special remedy for women for anti-aging and dryness
- Specific herbs to improve your mental clarity and focus
- How you can safely apply Ayurvedic herbalism for your healing and health — without having to learn and apply a whole new system
- A common Ayurvedic herb for increasing stress resistance
- Potent antioxidant herbal remedies
K.P. teaches practical applications for healing and balancing the body, rather than a “mystical” approach, which is common in Ayurveda.
One of the most sought-after practitioners and teachers of Ayurveda, K.P. has 47 years of experience in natural medicine and has written or co-written major works on Ayurveda, including The Way of Ayurvedic Herbs.
During this special video workshop, you’ll also hear about an upcoming training in practical applications of Ayurvedic herbalism for holistic healing, disease prevention, and vibrant aging.
What People Are Saying About K.P. Khalsa...
“One of the top 10 instructors in herbal medicine in this country”
A dedicated herbalist with extensive clinical experience, K.P. has an excellent teaching style and is able to present material in an informative and attention-holding manner... I consider him one of the top 10 instructors in herbal medicine in this country.
— Steven H. Horne, former president of the American Herbalists Guild
“One of the best sources for cutting-edge information on herbal medicine”
K.P. is one of the country’s premier herbalists, held in high esteem by his peers and by journalists who regard him as one of the best sources for cutting-edge information on herbal medicine... His articles not only contain the most recent research on the subject matter, but they also offer fascinating historical and/or folkloric tidbits — things that set his articles apart from those by other writers. I continue to look for opportunities to work with him again and I will call on him in a New York minute whenever the chance arises.
— Carol Wiley Lorente, Writer, editor, and editorial consultant
“The pivotal course in my path in holistic nutrition and herbalism”
Working with K.P. was truly the pivotal course in my path in holistic nutrition and herbalism. His course allowed me to take all of my education and bridge that knowledge with hands-on clinical work with class. His course gave me such confidence that after the first weekend I was out getting clients!
— Dr. Lori Valentine Rose, PhD
“Walks on the planet making it a better place”
I’ve observed K.P. Khalsa’s commitment and dedication to promoting high integrity and professionalism within the herbal profession. K.P. Khalsa is someone with a reverence and respect for all beings, someone who walks on the planet making it a better place.
— Robin Dipasquale, ND, Bastyr University
About K.P. Khalsa
Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa, Yogaraj (Ayurveda), AD, DN-C, RH, LMT, NCTMB, has 47 years of experience in holistic medicine, and is one of the foremost natural healing experts in North America.
He’s President Emeritus of the American Herbalists Guild and trained with Ayurvedic master Yogi Bhajan for 32 years. He’s nationally credentialed to teach herbalism, yoga, and Ayurvedic massage, and is one of the first nationally certified instructors of Kundalini yoga in the United States.
K.P., who holds a doctorate in Ayurveda, is a professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, a founding faculty in the Ayurvedic Sciences program at Bastyr University, and a faculty member in the Botanical Medicine Department at the National College of Natural Medicine, where he trains naturopathic medical students and teaches Ayurveda.
He’s written or edited 30 books, including major works on Ayurveda, Chinese medicine, and physiology. His latest book, The Way of Ayurvedic Herbs, co-authored with Michael Tierra, brings Ayurveda to life in an understandable and practical way.