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Dictionary of Ayurveda

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ABOUT THE BOOK: This Dictionary provide clear and up-to-date definitions of the numerous term in a way which reflects their actual usage in current journals and texts, and have also given (where appropriate) former meanings, alternative meanings, and synonyms which from the currency of communication in modern ayurveda system of medicine.
This publication assemble a detailed, comprehensive and interlinked body of information ranging from the classical descriptive aspects of Ayurveda to current developments in related areas of pharmacology, biochemistry and other allied branches. The dictionary format is ideal for this purpose, offering a flexible, ‘modular’ approach to building up knowledge and updating specific areas of interest. This dictionary also includes English equivalents of Ayurveda clinical conditions and diseases as well as Therapeutic guide to plants, according to clinical applications.
This dictionary is first of its kind and will be serve as a practical guide and would be highly useful to the Students, Vaiday’s Hakims, Practitioners and all those who are interested/working on traditional system of medicine (Ayurveda).

AUTHOR: Ravindra Sharma | ISBN: 9788170353157 | YEAR: 2003 (First Edition) | PAGES: 419 | SIZE: 14 X 22 X 2.5 cm. | BINDING: Hard | LANGUAGE: English

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January 3rd, 2013 at 2:32 am

Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants

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Ayurveda, the ancient Indian therapeutic measure is renowned as one of the major systems of alternative and complimentary medicine. As other herbal systems, greater parts of its medicaments are based on indigenous herbals. And the thorough and fractionate knowledge about the medicinal plant is mandatory for all who is working in the field of ayurveda, in order to identify and select the appropriate plant for a specific disease. In the recent years, the interest in medicinal plants has increased in a great deal. Apart form this; people from the west have also taken this matter seriously by conducting Read the rest of this entry »

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November 9th, 2012 at 2:59 am

Siddha Applied Science Institute (SASI)

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Siddha Applied Science Institute (SASI) was founded by Sri. Pranaji of Pranashakty International to promote the ancient science of Siddha (Siddha Vaidyam). Sri. Pranaji, comes from a spiritual lineage that has deep roots in Siddha sciences. It is his aim to promote the ancient science of the Siddha’s in a way that’s applicable to the present day world. Science has changed drastically over the years, with many alternative medicines being rediscovered as highly beneficial to people. There has been little efforts to convert Siddha medicine, the oldest of all medical systems into applications that are useful for the present generation. Siddha medicine is considered one of the most practical approaches in treatment. Ayurveda is considered to be an offshoot of this amazing filed of applied medicine. SASI is focused on converging Siddha system of medicine, alchemy and spiritual sciences into a common platform to provide highly effective wellness solutions. In this view SASI has entered into applied research that will lead to development of new herbal drug formulations based on ancient Siddha texts many of them which are still unknown to mankind. Read the rest of this entry »

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April 6th, 2012 at 9:43 am

Ayurveda

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The two oldest extant and expounded systems of traditional medicine are East Indian Traditional Medicine, known as A – yurveda and dating back five to ten thousand years, and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) whose history arguably is known to extend as much as 5000 years into antiquity. While Western medicine owes its origins to the Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Arabic cultures, it has been hopelessly fragmented several times over the last 2000 years due to the disintegration of the Roman Empire, then the early suppression by the church of any physical healing methods, and more recently, the development of pharmaceutical drugs.

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February 14th, 2011 at 6:54 am

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