PAM STACEY, LONDON, UK

I'm an Ayurvedic Nutrition + Lifestyle Consultant and Yoga Teacher.  My aim is to help women through all stages of life with any illness, disorder or disease, be it physical, mental or emotional, to return to optimum health the natural way.  I provide holistic treatments for a wide range of illnesses and health conditions.  Personalised consultations involve individually tailored nutrition, lifestyle advice and herbs taken orally or applied topically.  I also provide bespoke Ayurvedic yoga tuition.


By applying a few simple Ayurvedic principles, making small adjustments to diet and lifestyle and having the support of gentle yet effective herbal remedies, women can find a way to live a balanced, vital and fulfilled life naturally.


I passionately support women in managing health and wellbeing, overcoming illness and empowering them to lead their best lives the natural way. 


I am a Certified Yoga Alliance Teacher and a member of the Association of Ayurvedic Professionals UK (AAPUK).


Please get in touch with me if you'd like to have an informal chat to find out more.

COVID-19 

I hope you are all doing ok in the current global situation.  I've recorded a yoga nidra practice which can be practiced daily and will help calm the nervous system and journey your being into stillness.  I'll be posting more and hope to be hosting online yoga classes soon.  Stay well and in love, Pam x

Ayurvedic Remedies and diet related to COVID-19

In addition to following the Government guidelines on safeguarding against the spread of the virus, these remedies can be used by everyone to prevent from contracting the virus and can be used if you have a mild cough/cold or flu-like symptoms:


Coconut oil: Using a clean cotton bud, apply a small amount of coconut oil to the inside of the nostrils, lips and rub into the hands, especially before going out. 


Coriander water: If you are not experiencing any rise in temperature or any cough or cold you can take one glass of coriander water three times a week, first thing in the morning on an empty stomach (instructions to make coriander water are attached below) 


Coriander and ginger tea: take one or two small cups of coriander and ginger tea per day (it is best to replace one or two of your normal cups of coffee / tea with this preparation)


Ginger, lime and honey drink: if you are experiencing cold / cough or flu-like symptoms take a small cup of this drink twice a day. Mix a quarter cup of hot water with a quarther cup of the ginger lime and honey mixture (instructions to make the ginger lime and honey mixture are attached below)


Diet: if you are experiencing cold / cough or flu-like symptoms, try to maintain the correct pH balance of the body (balance the pitta dosha) and avoid the following:


o Red meat

o Coffee

o Alcohol

o Cheese

o Tomatoes

o Sea food



Coriander water (cold infusion)

Ingredients

Whole coriander seeds (3 teaspoons), room temperature water

Preparation

Crush 3 teaspoons of whole coriander seeds in a pestle + mortar or in a coffee grinder. The seeds only need to be broken open. Do not grind to a powder. Soak the seeds in 200ml of water overnight. (do not cover). In the morning strain the seeds and drink the water. Wait a few minutes before taking any food / drink or supplements

Dosage

One glass 3 times a week - first thing in the morning (on an empty stomach)

Storage

Crushed coriander seeds can be made in larger batch and stored in airtight container for a few weeks. Keep in a cool, dark place


Coriander ginger tea (hot infusion)

Ingredients

3 teaspoons whole coriander seeds. 2-3 cups water. 3-4 slices of ginger

Preparation

Boil the coriander seeds in the water for 6-8 minutes until a tea colour appears. Either boil with ginger or add the ginger just before removing from heat. 1 cup x 1 or 2 times daily before or after meal. 


Must be made freshly each day. Do not reheat in microwave. Can be reheated on the stove

 

Ginger Lime and Honey 

Ingredients

100g fresh ginger, juice of 6 limes, 6 tsp honey, 3 tsp brown sugar, 200ml water

Preparation

Cut, peel and blend ginger in blender with half a cup of water or peel and grate the ginger by hand (or juice in a juicer). Squeeze out the ginger juice from the pulp. Mix ginger and lime juice, honey and sugar and add up to 500ml water

Mix a quarter cup of the mixture with quarter cup of hot water and take as a small drink

Dosage

Take after meals only – up to 2-times a day if you are experiencing symptoms of cough / cold / flu

Storage

The mixture can be kept for up to 2 weeks if sealed and refrigerated. 

If you think you might have corona virus or suspect you have symptoms of the corona virus you can contact me [email protected] to arrange a consultation via Zoom or Facetime for further advice and assistance.