Ayurveda and lifestyle: a residential course in Japan
May 20, 2005 21:54 PDT
Volume 5: Issue 4
Dr Partap Chauhan
\nMilk and milk products - an Ayurvedic view
Are milk and milk products good for us? Or do they harm us more than
they do us good? Recent medical research suggests that milk is good only
for children. As the medical world continues to debate this, and it is
difficult to decide anything. HYPERLINK
\nHere is the Ayurvedic perspective.
\nAyurveda and lifestyle: a residential course in Japan
Dr Partap Chauhan, Director, Jiva Ayurveda successfully conducted a
five-day residential course in Japan from April 30 to May 4 at
Yamanakako, located about 30 kilometers from Mount Fuji. The main theme
of the course was 'Ayurveda, the Japanese way'. HYPERLINK
"http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/events.asp?nm1=News and Events#ayur"
\nGlobal Ayurveda Tour goes to UK: from tofu to tikka
After revealing the sattvic effects of Japanese vegetarian dishes in
Japan, Dr Partap Chauhan moves to London where he will present
vegetarian Indian recipes for three specific diseases - diabetes,
cardiovascular disease, and mental stress. Organised by the Mela group,
the workshops will be held in their restaurants located in London and
Manchester. Dr Chauhan will lecture in Luton, and will also give a
public talk at the Nehru Centre, in the High Commission of India.
View the HYPERLINK "http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/london.asp"program
schedule for more details.
HYPERLINK "http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/events.asp?nm1=News and
events"Vaid on the Web: Reports The Hindu Business Line
Medical transcription and telemedicine might be old hat in the World
Wide Web. Many a Web site offers health information, and doctors even
offer online consultations at the click of a mouse. But for an ayurvedic
physician in a non-descript locality in Faridabad, Haryana, treating
patients in California, New York, Toronto, Amsterdam, London, Doha and
Moscow through his online clinic and pharmacy for the past ten years, is
indeed an amazing feat.
What Dr Partap Chauhan started as online consultation has, today, become
a thriving e-commerce Web site, boasting patients from nearly 100
countries. HYPERLINK "http://www.ayurvedic.org/"www.ayurvedic.org
handles over 600 consultations each month, and receives an even greater
number of visitors. HYPERLINK
90400.htm" \nClick here to read the report in full.
Milk cream, or malai, has several medicinal properties. If taken in
small quantities, it cures hyperacidity, acts as a rejuvenating agent,
and strengthens the body. Find out more about cream, and how to make it.
Share your recipe!
Do you have a vegetarian, Ayurvedic recipe that you enjoy? HYPERLINK
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HYPERLINK "http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayubasics/til.asp?nm=Til" \nSesame
Sesame, or til, is a small bush found in India. Its range of
applications makes it a true wonder herb. Know more about til.
Focus - Insomnia" \nAnorexia
Anorexia is a decrease in appetite or lack of appetite. It may have a
local cause such as carcinoma of the stomach, gastritis, or
hypochlorhydria but it may also be a symptom of any debilitating disease
or anemia or of psychological disturbances.
Remedy for Anorexia (Loss of appetite)
Peel 10 grams of fresh ginger. Chop it into small pieces. Add salt and
lemon juice according to taste. Store these in a glass jar. Keep this
jar in sunlight for one day. Chew two or three small ginger pieces
before eating. It will increase your appetite.
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