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Ayurveda And All - December 2005 issue

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Natural solutions to winter ailments
Some individuals continue to have a certain amount of energy fluctuation with the seasons. If one is aware of this, one can plan for it and work the expected fluctuations into one's life plans.
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Ayurvedic cure for bronchitis
Bronchits is a common breathing disorder during winter. This is a brief overview on bronchits with its ayurvedic management.
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Ayurvedic treatment for genital warts
Prevention is the key to cure for any se***lly transmitted disease. Let us see what our ayurvedic maharishis say about treating one of the STD, that is genital warts.
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Home remedies
Many a common conditions can be treated at home with some home based remedies. Here are a few common conditions treated with home remedies.
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Walnuts-a complete food
Walnuts are unique as they are one of the most fully potencified dietary nutrition. But this is not the only reason for you to make it a part of your diet.
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What every woman should know about depression?
We have the power to choose peace in our lives or we have the power to choose misery. More often than not, we are conditioned to choose misery. Therefore we must change our conditioning or mental habits. This takes some effort and time but it is infinitely worthwhile.
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Din charaya
In Sanskrit the daily routine is called the Dinacharya. Ayurveda recommends that in order to be optimally healthy we should tune our bodies to the nature’s master cycle which in turn regulates the various other rhythms.
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What is Pitta?
If you have exaggerated Pitta in your body, balance it by following a pitta balancing diet and lifestyle.
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Enema Therapy
Basti karma is the most powerful of the five main procedures of Panchakarma. The literal meaning of basti is bladder. It expels the vitiated doshas rapidly and easily from the body and also causes reducing as well as nourishing of the body very fast.
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Take a look at your tongue
Different areas of the tongue corresponds to different organs of the body. Hence by correlating the location of the blemishes on the tongue, the Ayurvedic practitioner can determine which organs of the body are out of balance.
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Letter to The Editor >> Page 10
Readers Queries >> Page 55
Book Review >> Page 55
Laugh >> Page 58



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