Ayurveda And All - September 2015 issue
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Alopecia - Enroot to Prevent Uproot
Dr. K.V. Narasimha Raju, Dr. B. Swapna
This article presents an overview of Alopecia with Ayurvedic inputs in the form of practices and preventions which could be considered in one's lifestyle so as to naturally enroot the hair before it gets uprooted.
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Ayurveda for Nerve Disorders
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Ayurveda
Nithin Krishnan R, Nandesh Mohan
ALS can be defined as a progressive neurodegenerative disorder of undetermined etiology characterized by progressive motor paralysis due to degeneration of primarily the motor neuron (UMN and LMN) population in the motor cortex, brain stem, and spinal cord8. In Ayurveda, majja prayoga can be highlighted as one of the treatment modality. The mode of action of majja on ALS provides a room of discussion for taking up further research works in the field of Ayurveda thereby expanding and popularizing the neuroprotective and curative principles of Ayurveda.
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Herbs
Ashwagandha – The Divine Drug
Jyothi Sajayan, Anusree Mohan
Ashwagandha is a wonderful drug which is mentioned in Ayurvedic classics that has vast therapeutic efficacy. t is an important herb in the Ayurvedic and indigenous medical system for 3000years.Numerous studies indicate antioxidant, antitumor, anti inflammatory, antistress and rejuvenating properties of Ashwagandha .
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News: Records of Most Articles Published on Ayurveda
Dr. Nagaraj Kamath
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Herbs
Tulsi (Holy Basil) - A Boon to Mankind
Dr. Lakshmi Anoop
Tulsi is perhaps the most common and most revered of all household plants in India. Apart from its religious significance, it is of great medicinal significance, and is a prime herb in Ayurveda treatment.
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Home Remedies
Dr. Mukul Anand
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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Ayurveda and Mind
A Review Article on Manas
Amrutha.B.L, Elgeena Varghese, Prathibha Kulkarni
Indian philosophers as well as Indian system of medicine have paid much more importance to MANA. The possession of knowledge or ignorance is based on the mental activity alone.The word Mana means to Know or the entity by which knowledge can be attained or used to get knowledge. Atindriya, Satva andChetas are the terms which are used synonymous to Mana1.Manas is also called as Ubhayendriya.
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Healthy Eating
Healthy Food Habits for a Healthy and Energetic Life
Dr. P. Tyagi
With Ayurveda gaining preponderance in recent times and keeping in mind its all encompassing benefits, there have been substantial shift in focus on Ayurvrdic diet. People down with maladies or otherwise are embracing the lifestyle and dietary features of one of the most ancient forms of healing therapies.
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