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AYURVEDA - GODS MANUAL FOR HEALING

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Well arranged book on Basics of ayurveda written by one of the best experts on Ayurveda, Dr. Vikram Chauhan. Beneficial of people interested in ayurveda as well as students.

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This book on Ayurveda is meant dedicated for all people interested to know about basic concepts of Ayurvedic healing. The autohor, Dr. Vikram Chauhan is MD in Ayurvedic medicine and has vast experience in healing as well as writing on various topics. This book covers all basic concepts of Ayurvedic healing in a very simple and comprehensive language.

Total pages: 110


Contents:

  1. Ayurveda – a way of living
  2. Concept of 25 Elements
  3. Place and action of Vata-Pitta-Kapha
  4. The Human constitution – Body types or Prakriti
  5. Concept of Tissues, Channels and Ojas
  6. Concept of Agni – The fire within the body
  7. The concept of Ama – The sticky substance
  8. Six Tastes (Rasa) Concept
  9. Concept of Inherent Physical Properties (Gunas) of Matter
  10. Virya – Potency (Hot – Cold Herbs)
  11. VIPAKA – Elemental Composition after Digestion or the metabolic property
  12. PRABHAVA – Inborn Natural Effect
  13. Methods of Diagnosis in Ayurveda
  14. Rejuvenation Therapy
  15. Yoga
  16. Herbal Remedies for Various Diseases
  17. Diet and Health

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Weight 0.2000
Country of Manufacture India

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