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Get ready for the winter  Jiva Ayurveda
 Nov 12, 2005 01:43 PST 

Volume 5: Issue 9

Dr Partap Chauhan

Get ready for the winter
The year is divided into six seasons1 according to the movement of the
sun. When the sun moves northward (uttaraayana or the Northern
Solstice), the sun's rays are direct, strong and sharp, and the wind is
dry. The sun absorbs moisture from the earth, causing dehydration in all
living entities.
<http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/week_topic_96.asp?nm1=AyurSpeak> Read


Ayurveda Affiliate Program launched by Jiva
Jiva Ayurveda is pleased to announce its new Affiliate Program-an
offering for companies and individuals to provide Jiva Ayurveda
educational courses in their area. It is an ideal way to spread
knowledge and awareness about Ayurveda, while creating a viable business
opportunity. Our exclusive courses have been developed by Dr Partap
Chauhan, one of the foremost international authorities in Ayurveda.
Thousands of people worldwide have already benefited from these courses,
and through this program, we aim to reach many more. Affiliates will
also receive special opportunities for representing other Jiva products
and services. If you are interested in becoming a Jiva Ayurveda
Affiliate, please send an email to <mailto:nee-@jiva.com>

Heavy Metal Testing mandatory
The department of AYUSH (Ayurveda Yoga Unani Siddha and Homeopathy),
Government of India has made it mandatory for Ayurvedic Pharmaceutical
companies to test their products for heavy metal specifically mercury,
arsenic, cadmium and lead. This is a big step towards standardization of
Ayurvedic medicines.

NAMA conference successfully concluded in Las Vegas
The annual conference of National Ayurvedic Medical Association (USA)
was a great success. Featured Ayurvedic experts from all over the world
presented on several topics including the 'metal toxicity in Ayurveda'.
Dr William Celentano, the chief conference coordinator and director of
the Las Vegas Institute of Ayurveda, emphasized on the need for
scientific research to make Ayurveda acceptable in USA and other western


Digestive ginger lemon tea
Digestive ginger lemon tea has a special anuloma (anti-flatulence)
effect, restoring the proper flow of apana vata. This helps to correct
digestive disorders and creates a feeling of comfort in the stomach.

Share your recipe!
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Sandpushpa <http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayubasics/sadpushpa.asp?nm=Sad
Sandpushpa is used to treat imbalances in kapha and vata. Apart from
being useful in diabetes and dysentery, it is useful in blood cancer.
Read <http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayubasics/sadpushpa.asp?nm=Sad Pushpa>


<http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayunique/diseaseinfocus17.asp?nm=Disease in
Focus - Eczema>
Eczema is a superficial inflammation process involving primarily the
epidermis, marked by redness, itching, minute papules and vesicles,
weeping, oozing, crusting, scaling, and often pigmentation of the skin.
There are many forms of the disease, but the most common is atopic
eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis.
<http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayunique/diseaseinfocus17.asp?nm=Disease in
Focus - Eczema>


Take 100 ml of coconut oil and warm it for a while in a pan. Add 5 grams
of powdered camphor and 5 grams of powdered yellow sulphur to the warm
oil after it has been taken off the fire. Stir for 2 minutes. Put the
oil in a glass bottle. Apply the oil on the affected area twice daily.
The oil should stay on the affected area for at least for two hours.




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