This resource brings the unique theories and traditions of Ayurveda alive so that they are accessible to the complementary health practitioner of today. This book offers a clear, accessible and yet detailed guide to Ayurvedic herbalism. It encompasses a brief history of the growth of Ayurveda, a discussion of its fundamental principles, treatment strategies as well as the energetic approach of traditional Ayurvedic herbal pharmacy and pharmacology.
Ayurveda is one of the World's oldest and most comprehensive systems of natural medicine, and is particularly useful for addressing the chronic conditions Western medicine finds difficult to treat. This authoritative book provides a comprehensive introduction to Ayurvedic medicine for the practitioner or student. The authors describe the foundations and principles of Maharishi Ayurveda in detail, and drawing on the latest scientific research into its efficacy, show what it can offer clinical medicine in the West. Topics covered include pathogenesis and diagnosis, diet and digestion, toxic build-up, purification therapies, the effects of the emotions and thinking on health, and the practical ...
The Book Covers Complete Details Of Ayurvedic Medicines With Formulae And The Chapters Covered In This Book Are: Herbal Medicine, Herbs, General Direc Tions For The Preparation And Use Of Herbs, Tonic Herbs, Herbs Used To Treat Disease, Churna Powder, Mishra Churna, Asava-Medicated Wine, Quatha-Decocotion, Guti-Vati Tablets, Guti-Vati Rasa Mercurial And Other Tablets, Guti Vati Suvarnyukta Tablets Containing Gold Bhasma, Parpati Vati Parpati Tablets, Pishti Fine Processed Powder, Bhasma (Calx), Kupipakwa Rasayana, Ghana Avaleha And Paka, Pravahi Avaleha (Syrups), Taila, Siddha Taila (Medicated Oils), Ghrita-Ghee Medicated Ghee, Sattva, Parpati, Malahara (Ointment), Other Preparations Kshara-Lepa Guti-Manjana Modaka, Putapaka, Upanaha-Varti Etc.
It is 1870 and railway workers and their families have flocked to the wild and inhospitable moorland known as Batty Green to build a viaduct on the Midland Railway Company’s ambitious new Leeds to Carlisle Line. Among them are three very different women – tough widow Molly, honest and God-fearing Mary Pratt, and Helen Parker, downtrodden by her husband and seeking a better life. When tragedy strikes, the lives of the three women are bound together, and each is forced to confront the secrets and calamities that threaten to tear their families apart.
This book is presented with chapters on Principles and approaches in general, concep of disease and aetiopathogenesis, Ayurvedic diagnostics, promotive and preventive measures of Ayurveda, the puificatory therapies, Ayurvedic materia medica, methods of rejuvenation and virilisation, Ayurvedic treatment of intractable chronic diseases and recent scientific advances. The book is supplemented with an up-to-date bibliography on the topics covered along with an extended glossary of technical terms of Ayurveda with descriptive definitions. All topics have been written with emphasis on the uniqueness and distinction of Ayurveda from conventional orthodox western modern medicine with an attempt to evaluate the relevance and validity of the same in modern times.
This Book Gives An Idea Of Ayurvedic Concept And Aspects Of Preventive And Curative Treatments. The Material Of This Book Has Been Collected From Various Sources, Including Ayurvedic Classics. The Nomenclature And Modern Correlation Are On The Basis Of Observations Of Clinical Pictures, As For Tropical Diseases, Jwar, Malaria, Kalajar, Filaria Has Been Described As Vishamjwar For Better Diagnosis And Treatment, Where The Role Of Krimi (Pathogen) Are Also Mentioned.