"IN ORDER TO SEE YOU HAVE TO STOP BEING IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PICTURE" Sri Aurobindo.
In India, I grew up in a region called Kerala. There I lived with my family on a farm with hundreds of coconut trees and huge rice fields. Kerala is the origin of Ayurveda and was therefore also a part of my everyday life. Whenever I was sick, my mother would gather tulsi leaves from the garden to make a tea for me. We used fresh homemade hibiscus paste as shampoo. We ourselves were a part of nature and discovered our treasures in it. We were taught to always take care of her. Just as important as our love for nature was always our love for our fellow man: My father, who owned the only car in town, drove all the neighborhood children to school when it rained, and the family doctor treated the poor for free.
-Murali Nair, Founder
The connection with nature and people is the core of Ayurveda. Unfortunately, this has not yet really arrived on the local Ayurveda market. With āsmi we would like to change that.