Clinical methods in Ayurveda
Feb 16, 2006 04:05 PST
Volume 6: Issue 1
Dr Partap Chauhan
Clinical methods in
Ayurveda is often called as a samakaalina sastra (a science of all
times). The fundamentals of this ancient science are simple and easily
applicable to all eras. In fact, a majority of modern medical science
principles are based on the fundamentals of Ayurveda.
Jiva launches <http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/events.asp#mind>
Ayurveda and Mind workshop
Jiva launched its fourth workshop - Ayurveda and Mind - in its series of
residential courses on January 31st, 2006. Mr Pushpender Chauhan, SDM,
Faridabad, inaugurated the workshop at the Jiva Research Institute. Mr
Rishi Pal Chauhan, President, Jiva Research Institute, welcomed the
students from various countries such as the United States, the United
Kingdom, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Lithuania, and Mexico. Read more...
<http://www.ayurvedic.org/ayurveda/events.asp#workshops> Jiva's Global
Organize an Ayurveda workshop near you
If you've always wanted to learn more about Ayurveda in India, but have
found it difficult to organize a trip abroad, we have a solution for
you. Jiva can set up a workshop in your area-no matter where you are on
the planet. In keeping with our mission to bring authentic, affordable
Ayurveda to every home, we will work with you to set up a customized
educational program to meet your exact requirements.
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Ginger slices or Nimboo adrakh is an excellent remedy for increasing
digestive fire and appetite. Ginger helps to eliminate ama (or toxins)
from the body, which is considered the prime cause of all diseases
according to Ayurveda.
Share your recipe!
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20Vera> Kumari (Aloe Vera)
Aloe Vera pulp has innumerable healing properties. It is moisturizing
and anti-aging, and therefore used in skin lotions often. When taken
internally, it benefits the circulatory system, liver and spleen. It is
also effective in a variety of stomach and digestive disorders. Read
Focus - PMS> Syndrome
Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) is a group of symptoms related to the
menstrual cycle. PMS symptoms may occur anytime during the week or even
a week or before your period (menstruation or monthly bleeding) starts
and usually go away once it starts. Menopause, when monthly periods
stop, brings an end to PMS. Read more...
Focus - PMS>
Recipe for Amenorrhea and Dysmenorrhea
Dill seeds - 10 grams
Carrot seeds - 10 grams
Fenugreek seeds - 10 grams
Radish seeds - 10 grams
Make a fine powder of the ingredients listed above and take one
teaspoonful twice daily with warm water.
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