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Ayurveda and Skin Diseases  Jiva Ayurveda
 Aug 29, 2005 01:40 PDT 

Volume 5: Issue 7

Dr Partap Chauhan

Ayurveda and Skin Diseases
The months of July and August represent the varsha ritu or the rainy
season. According to Ayurveda, this is the time for pitta aggravation.
All the heat that accumulates in the body in the greesham ritu (summer
season) is aggravated in the rainy season. There are a number of skin
diseases prevalent in the rainy season. Especially in India, this is the
time when one can see big crowds in skin clinics. A simple knowledge of
Ayurveda can help us prevent and even treat painful skin disorders.
<http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/week_topic_94.asp?nm1=AyurSpeak> Read


NAMA '05, a rare opportunity to enhance
<http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/events.asp#nama05> your knowledge of
The stage is set for one of the biggest events of Ayurveda in the world.
The annual NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association) conference will
be held in Las Vegas from October 20-23. It is a rare opportunity to
meet and hear Ayurveda experts from all over the world under one roof.
Jiva Ayurveda's director Dr Partap Chauhan will be speaking on the
'Alchemy of Medicine', one of his favorite subjects. Those of you who
wish to taste the nectar of Ayurveda in the city of 'maya' should book
your flights to Vegas.

Ayunique Clinic construction in full
<http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/events.asp#clinic> swing
The construction work of Jiva Ayunique Clinic is going in full swing
under the guidance of Jiva Ayurveda's director, Dr Partap Chauhan. The
clinic will offer additional facilities and space to deal with the
ever-growing number of patients coming to Jiva India for receiving
authentic Ayurveda treatments for chronic and difficult diseases. In the
past decade, Jiva Ayurveda Center of Incurable Diseases has helped
thousands of patients suffering from so-called 'incurable' diseases.
Read More... <http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/events.asp#clinic>


Almond Milk
Almond milk, or badaam ka doodh, strengthens the body. It is
rejuvenating, an aphrodisiac and a good tonic for the nerves. It
enhances intelligence, memory and the ability to understand things
quickly. This is a very good restorative, especially in autumns and
winters, or after a period of major exertion.

Share your recipe!
Do you have a vegetarian recipe that you enjoy? Share it
<http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayubasics/recipe_form.asp> with us!


Prisniparni blances all three doshas. It is used to treat cough and
asthma. It also strengthens the nervous system.


Piles <http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayunique/diseaseinfocus15.asp?nm=Disease
in Focus - Piles>
Piles, or hemorrhoids, are areas in the anal canal where the tissue,
which contains lots of blood vessels, is swollen. They can be internal,
occurring inside the anus, or external, when they can be seen and felt
outside the anus. When visible, they look like round pink swellings that
are the size of a pea or a grape. Read more...
<http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayunique/diseaseinfocus15.asp?nm=Disease in
Focus - Piles>


Cure Piles at home
The anus should be cleaned internally with a finger everyday. Three or
four drops of mustard oil should be applied internally to the anus. If a
burning sensation is experienced, castor oil may be used instead. Apply
a mixture of one ounce of castor oil and two grams of powdered camphor
twice or thrice daily to the anus.



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