Anusha Sehgal

Anusha Sehgal, BAMS, MD, an Ayurvedic physician from the Boston area, journeyed to India in 1998 to study Ayurveda. She has a master’s in Ayurvedic pharmaceutics and has done an academic fellowship at Boston University focused on integrative medicine. Anusha teaches the principles and practices of Ayurveda to medical students, researchers, and general health seekers both in India and the United States. She has also been involved in Ayurveda research projects that resulted in the revision of the quality and standards of Ayurvedic medicine worldwide. Anusha is also a member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association and is a National Accreditation Board for Hospital (NABH) assessor for Ayurvedic hospitals in India.


Resources

  • The Ayurvedic Art of Cooking Water

    Why do we cook water for any reason other than to make tea or coffee? According to Ayurveda, when you cook water, its inherent qualities are transformed, making it lighter, more warming, and easier to assimilate.