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Ayurveda Concepts

Ayurveda is a vast medicinal science. It is said to have been originated in India about 5000 years back. Unlike other medicinal systems, Ayurveda focuses more on healthy living than treatment of diseases. The more..

Ayurveda Basics

Diagnosis is a very vital aspect of Ayurvedic treatment. Diagnosis is to find out the root cause of a disease (Nidan). Unless the proper diagnosis is not done it is difficult to provide medicine more..

Ayurveda Pareeksha
Ayurvedic Approach to Healthy Life

Ayurveda is not only a medical science but also a way of healthy living. Apart from prescribing treatment to various chronic and complex diseases, Ayurveda also emphasizes on an ideal method of healthy living. more..

Public Svasthavrtta
Ayurvedic Diet
Science Of Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a very vast science and it is divided into eight different branches namely Kaaya chikitsaa, Graha Chikitsa, S`aalakya tantra, Agada tantra, Rasayan Tantra, Vajeekarana chikitsaa, S`alya tantra and Baala chikitsaa or Kaumarbhrutya. more..

Child Care
Importance Of Breast Milk
Child Diet
Baby Teething
Ayurveda Diet

A balanced diet is one of the key Ayurvedic tools, for promoting good health. The practitioners of the 'Science of Life' (Ayurveda) suggest that the diets for people are individualized, based on many factors, more..

Ayurvedic Rasayanas
Pippali Rasayana
Rasayana Therapy
Triphala Rasayana
  Ayurvedic Herbology

The science of Ayurveda is a unique holistic system, based on the interaction of body, mind and spirit. The treatment of Ayurveda is based on Indian herbs, which have a healing energy. Herbs have more..

Effects of Ayurvedic Herbs
Types Of Ayurvedic Herbs
Significance of Ayurvedic Herbs
Properties of Ayurvedic Herbs
Prasuti Tantra

Ayurveda, the science of life, is a traditional system of medicine. Ashtang Ayurveda deals with eight branches of Ayurvedic treatment. Prasutitantra, that is the obstetrics and gynecology section, forms one of the main branches more..

Fetal Development
Post Partum Disorders
Garbhini Vyakaran
  Principles of Ayurveda

Ayurveda represents the ancient Indian art of healing. In it, the human body is not considered just as a mass of organs, systems and tissues; but the complex mechanism' of myriad functions taking place, more..

Bhaijasya Kalpana
Ayurvedic Prakruti
Rasa Shastra
Shalakya Tantra
Ashtang Ayurveda

Ayurveda, a Sanskrit word comprises of two words, ayus, meaning 'life' and veda, meaning 'science', thus ayurveda in literal sense means the 'science of life'. It is a system of traditional medicine with its more..

Agada Tantra
Kaumara Bhritya
Graha Chikitsa
Rasayana Chikitsa
Shalakya Tantra
Shalya Chikitsa
Vrishya Chikitsa
  Panchakarma Treatment

Ayurveda emphasizes preventative and healing therapies, along with myriad methods of purification and rejuvenation of the body, mind and soul. Apart from being a healing system, it is a science that tells us the more..

Purification Therapy Basti Karma
Nasya Karma
Raktamoksha Therapy
Vamana Therapy
Virechana Therapy
Prakruti and Vikruti

According to Ayurveda, ‘Prakruti’ means the physical constitution of a person and ‘vikruti’ means the state of disease. Prakruti is the science of nature which determines the innate character, physical constitution or disposition of more..

Sharirik Doshas

In Sanskrit, the word 'dincharya' means daily routine. According to Ayurveda, one should follow the dincharya in order to lead a healthy and disease-free life. Everyday, two cycles of change pass through the human more..

Modern Dincharya
Ayurveda Basics

Ayurveda is the most ancient and traditional science, whose basic principles deal with the natural way of living a healthy life. It basically revolves the five basic elements (pancha bhutam) of existence - earth, more..