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Ayurveda provides rational methods for the treatment of many diseases which are considered to be obstinate and incurable in other systems of medicine.

Simultaneously it lays a great deal of emphasis on the maintenance of positive health of an individual. It thus aims at both the prevention and the cure of diseases.

 

Introduction

THE WORD Ayurveda is composed of two terms, Ayush meaning life and Veda meaning knowledge or science. Thus, etymologically, Ayurveda means the science of life or biology. Medicine apart, various other aspects of life also come within the purview of A yurveda. In its broader perspective it deals with the health and treatment of diseases of animals and even plants. Thus in ancient India, there were specialised subjects like ashva-ayurveda (for the treatment of horses), gaja-ayurveda (for the treatment of elephants); go-ayurveda (for the treatment of cows) and vriksha-ayurveda (for the treatment of diseases of plants). Treatises on these sciences were written by eminent scholars like Nakula, Shalihotra and Parashara.

Ayurveda provides rational means for the treatment of many internal diseases which are considered to be obstinate and incurable in other systems of medicine. Simultaneously it lays a great deal of emphasis upon the maintenance of positive health of an individual. It thus aims at both the prevention and cure of diseases. Ayurveda also studies basic human nature, and natural urges like hunger, thirst, sleep, sex, ete., and provides measures for a disciplined, disease- free life.

Practice of A yurveda fell into disuse after repeated foreign invasions of India. Original works were destroyed, and quacks flourished who introduced unauthorised modifications in the system. It was in late 19th century and the early 20th century that people started thinking afresh about the development of A yurveda. This gained an impetus along with the swadeshi movement. Many expert committees were consti- tuted by the Government to look into the problems of this science and suggest measures to solve them. After independence, the national Government took keen interest to set the affairs of Ayurveda on scientific lines and develop it because of which Ayurvedic colleges, dispensaries, hospitals and pharmacies were established in different parts of the country.

This handbook provides a general survey of the theory and practice of Ayurveda. Meant for the common householder, the emphasis is on home treatment for general complaints. The theory part of the book is therefore short and non-technical. It is my earnest hope that readers would find this edition useful in their daily life.

 

CONTENTS
Introduction VI
1. Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda 1
2. Principles of Ayurvedic Treatment 14
3. Dinacharya: The Regimen during Daytime 21
4. Fevers 28
Influenza; Malaria; Measles; Mumps; Filaria.  
5. Diseases of Respiratory System 38
Bronchial Asthma; Bronchitis; Hemoptysis; Hiccups; Pleurisy; Tuberculosis.  
6. Diseases of Skin and Hair 49
Baldness; Eczema; Greying of Hair; Leucoderma; Prickly Heat; Psoriasis; Ring Worm; Scabies; Urticaria.  
7. Diseases of Blood and Cardiao-Vascular System 62
Anaemia; Heart Disease; High Blood Pressure; Jaundice; Oedema; Scurvy.  
8. Diseases of Eye 77
Cataract; Myopia; Stye.  
9. Diseases of Geneital Organs 82
Female sterility; Leucorrhea; Male Sterility; Menorrhagia; Painful Mensuration.  
10. Psychic Diseases and Diseases of Nervous System 93
Cramps; Epilepsy; Facial Paralysis; Loss of Memory; Hysteria; Schizophrenia; Sciatica; Sleeplessness.  
11. Diseases of Digestive System 107
Amoebic Dysentery; Cirrhosis of the Liver; Colic Pain; Duodental Ulcer; Flatulence; Gastritis; Hematemesis; Indigestion; Infantile Diarrhoea; Piles; Sprue Syndrome; Thirst; Vomiting; Intestinal Worms; Chronic Constipation.  
12. Metabolic, Glandular and Joint Diseases 133
Cervical Spondylosis; Diabetes; Goitre; Gout; Lumbago; Obesity; Rheumatism; Rheumatoid; Arthritis.  
13. Diseases of Urinary System 147
Bed-Wetting; Burning Urine; Nephritis; Prostrate Enlargement; Stones in the Urinary Tract; Hematuria.  
14. Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat 158
Epistaxis; Glossitis; Hoarseness of Voice; Pus in Ear; Pyorrhoea; Sneezing; Stomatitis; Tonsillitis.  
15. Diseases of Head 170
Headche; Migraine.  
16. Ayurvedic Medicines for Family Planning 175
Appendices I, II, III 183
 

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From the Back of the Book:

Ayurveda provides rational methods for the treatment of many diseases which are considered to be obstinate and incurable in other systems of medicine.

Simultaneously it lays a great deal of emphasis on the maintenance of positive health of an individual. It thus aims at both the prevention and the cure of diseases.

 

Introduction

THE WORD Ayurveda is composed of two terms, Ayush meaning life and Veda meaning knowledge or science. Thus, etymologically, Ayurveda means the science of life or biology. Medicine apart, various other aspects of life also come within the purview of A yurveda. In its broader perspective it deals with the health and treatment of diseases of animals and even plants. Thus in ancient India, there were specialised subjects like ashva-ayurveda (for the treatment of horses), gaja-ayurveda (for the treatment of elephants); go-ayurveda (for the treatment of cows) and vriksha-ayurveda (for the treatment of diseases of plants). Treatises on these sciences were written by eminent scholars like Nakula, Shalihotra and Parashara.

Ayurveda provides rational means for the treatment of many internal diseases which are considered to be obstinate and incurable in other systems of medicine. Simultaneously it lays a great deal of emphasis upon the maintenance of positive health of an individual. It thus aims at both the prevention and cure of diseases. Ayurveda also studies basic human nature, and natural urges like hunger, thirst, sleep, sex, ete., and provides measures for a disciplined, disease- free life.

Practice of A yurveda fell into disuse after repeated foreign invasions of India. Original works were destroyed, and quacks flourished who introduced unauthorised modifications in the system. It was in late 19th century and the early 20th century that people started thinking afresh about the development of A yurveda. This gained an impetus along with the swadeshi movement. Many expert committees were consti- tuted by the Government to look into the problems of this science and suggest measures to solve them. After independence, the national Government took keen interest to set the affairs of Ayurveda on scientific lines and develop it because of which Ayurvedic colleges, dispensaries, hospitals and pharmacies were established in different parts of the country.

This handbook provides a general survey of the theory and practice of Ayurveda. Meant for the common householder, the emphasis is on home treatment for general complaints. The theory part of the book is therefore short and non-technical. It is my earnest hope that readers would find this edition useful in their daily life.

 

CONTENTS
Introduction VI
1. Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda 1
2. Principles of Ayurvedic Treatment 14
3. Dinacharya: The Regimen during Daytime 21
4. Fevers 28
Influenza; Malaria; Measles; Mumps; Filaria.  
5. Diseases of Respiratory System 38
Bronchial Asthma; Bronchitis; Hemoptysis; Hiccups; Pleurisy; Tuberculosis.  
6. Diseases of Skin and Hair 49
Baldness; Eczema; Greying of Hair; Leucoderma; Prickly Heat; Psoriasis; Ring Worm; Scabies; Urticaria.  
7. Diseases of Blood and Cardiao-Vascular System 62
Anaemia; Heart Disease; High Blood Pressure; Jaundice; Oedema; Scurvy.  
8. Diseases of Eye 77
Cataract; Myopia; Stye.  
9. Diseases of Geneital Organs 82
Female sterility; Leucorrhea; Male Sterility; Menorrhagia; Painful Mensuration.  
10. Psychic Diseases and Diseases of Nervous System 93
Cramps; Epilepsy; Facial Paralysis; Loss of Memory; Hysteria; Schizophrenia; Sciatica; Sleeplessness.  
11. Diseases of Digestive System 107
Amoebic Dysentery; Cirrhosis of the Liver; Colic Pain; Duodental Ulcer; Flatulence; Gastritis; Hematemesis; Indigestion; Infantile Diarrhoea; Piles; Sprue Syndrome; Thirst; Vomiting; Intestinal Worms; Chronic Constipation.  
12. Metabolic, Glandular and Joint Diseases 133
Cervical Spondylosis; Diabetes; Goitre; Gout; Lumbago; Obesity; Rheumatism; Rheumatoid; Arthritis.  
13. Diseases of Urinary System 147
Bed-Wetting; Burning Urine; Nephritis; Prostrate Enlargement; Stones in the Urinary Tract; Hematuria.  
14. Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat 158
Epistaxis; Glossitis; Hoarseness of Voice; Pus in Ear; Pyorrhoea; Sneezing; Stomatitis; Tonsillitis.  
15. Diseases of Head 170
Headche; Migraine.  
16. Ayurvedic Medicines for Family Planning 175
Appendices I, II, III 183
 

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