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Life style measures include food, exercise, behavior and sleep. Ahara (food), Nidra (Sleep) and Brahmacharya popularly known as Trayupasthambha play a vital role in the management of life style disorders. Currently the incidence of life style diseases like diabetes, Hypertension, Cardiovascular diseases, Cancer etc is increasing which are also designated as Non communicable diseases (NCD). During the past few decades notable research was carried out on medicinal plants with significant activity against certain life style diseases. In this book a review is presented about 100 ayurvedic herbs found to be useful in the treatment of life style diseases along with photos. This book is useful to ayurvedic teachers, physicians and research scholars as a reference book.

About the Author

Prof. K. Nishteswar, currently working as professor & HOD, Dravyaguna at I.P.G.T. & R.A., Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar. He has obtained B.A.M.S. Degree (1976) from Andhra University, M.D. (1980) from Gujarat Ayurved University and Ph.D. (1997) from University of Pune. He also completed Sanskrit Bhashakovida (1975) from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and Diploma in AIDS (2004) from IGNOU. He received State Best Teacher Award from Govt. of Andhra Pradesh during 2001. He was awarded several Gold and silver medals in recognition of his meritorious achievements and theses on various topics like Diabetes, Hypertension and Cardiovascular disorders. He delivered Keynote addresses and Guest lectures in several National and International Seminars (South Korea & Sri Lanka).So far he has written 50 books in Telugu, English and in Hindi languages on various subjects of Ayurveda and published approximately 165 papers in various standard journals. He has guided 15 Ph.D., 8 M.D., 5 M. Pharma, 4 M.Sc. (Medicinal plants) and M. Phil students of Dr. N.T.R. University of health Sciences, A.P., Nagarjuna University, A.P. and Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar.

Preface

Ayurveda, the science of longevity (life) was promuligated with a view to eradicate diseases which are stumbling blocks in the attainment of Dharma (Discharge of duty), Artha (acquirement of health), kama (gratification of desire) and moksha (Emancipation). The science is designated as Ayurveda which discusses about happy and unhappy states of life, good and bad for life and measurement of life (longevity). As a matter of fact, the manifestation of diseases is synchronous with the impediments to the objects (chaturvidha purusarthas) of human life. Life without happiness is not worth living. Ayushyam (longevity) is nothing except the combination of the body sense organs, mind and the soul. According to charaka life stands for continuity of consciousness. No gift can surpass the gift of life. Since the implementation of lifestyles suggested in ayurveda act as life giver, ayurveda is considered as sacred par excellence. Satwa (mind), atma (soul) and sareera (Body) are like a tripod and entirely worldly life depends on the proper combination of these three. The body and mind contribute the substrata of diseases and happiness. Soul acts as on observer.

Pathogenic factors in the body are vayu (biohumor which reflects neuro physiological functions), pitta (substance which encompasses the functions of metabolism through hormones, and enzymes) and kapha (Biohumor representing ground tissue of a cell and contributes for immunity and physical endurance) and Rajas and Tamas of the mind.

Vata occupies the most prominent place among the pathogenic factors of the body. Pitta comes second in order of importance, because of its being the important factor of digestion and metabolism as well as the relative acuteness of diseases caused by it, it is certainly more important than kapha. All these factors have their action in the body both jointly or severally. Sushruta has treated Rakta as one of the pathogenic factors and postulated fourfold classification of pathogenic factors since it plays an important role in pathogenesis of certain conditions like abscess, ulcers etc. Satwa, Rajas and Tamas are the factors of mind. Among them Rajas & tamas cause vitiation of mind leading to psychological conditions Dhatu (tissue), Agni (Biochemical metabolic substance), mala (metabolites/excreta) and srotas (vessels/channels) play a major role in health and disease. Ayurveda identified that the body as well as diseases are engendered due to Ahara.

The causes of diseases relating to both mind & body are three fold-wrong utilization (mithya samyoga), non-utilisation (hinayoga and excessive utilization (atiyoga) of time (kala i.e seasons), mental faculties (buddhi) and objects of sense organs (indriyartha). Pathogenic factors related to body are antagonized by administration of medicines (oushadh) and religious rites (daivavyapasraya measures), and the causative factors of mental disturbances by spiritual (Jnana), scriptural knowledge (vijnana), patience (Dhairya), memory (Smriti) and meditation (Samadhi).

Diets and drugs are categorized into three categories i.e those alleviate vitiated doshas, those vitiate dhatus (etiological factors) and those help to maintain the positive health (swasthavrittakara).

The prescriptions of the science of medicine are intended for cure of diseases or the maintenance of positive health.

Any disturbance in the equilibrium of dosha/dhatus is known as disease and on the other hand the state of their equilibrium is health. Health and disease are also defined as pleasure and pain respectively.

Food (ahara), sleep (Nidra) and celibacy (Brahmacharya) are considered as three supports referred as "Triupasthamba" (three subposts which are related to life styles of the individuals. Mind plays a major role in all these supportive factors in maintaining the health. Negative influences of mind like anger, jealousy etc., disturb the digestion and similarly mind influcences the sleep cycles as well as level of libido. Thinking constitute the object of mind. Right way of thinking in choosing food, discipline with regard to sleepand celibacy not only imparts good health and prevention of disease but also helps in control of several lifestyle diseases. A critical analysis of etilogical principles of all the diseases clearly indicate that ayurveda advocates change in life styles as a part of management of every diseases. In a nutshell Ayurveda considered that every disease falls under the category of lifestyle diseases.

Lifestyle diseases include hypertension, diabities, obesity, heart diseases, asthma, cancer, HIV, epilepsy, arthritis, alcoholism etc. which are also designated as non-communicable diseases.

By taking into consideration of life styles diseases enumerated in modern medicine, an attempt was made to compile the research studies of different medicinal plants described in ayurvedic materia medica. The information provided in this book may help the pharmacy personnel and practicing physicians to design the formulations for controlling the lifestyle diseases. In the annexure, a list of Herbs with reported activities, glossary of technical terms and coloured photos of important medicinal plants are provided. I acknowledge the help extended by my students Mr. Brijesh Notani, Dr. Swagata Tavhare & Dr. Vidhya Unnikrishnan in the preparation of manuscript .

Contents

Introduction1-31
Chapter 1Life Style Diseases32-48
Chapter 2Herbs in life Style Diseases Management49-248
1Shatavari49
2Khadira51
3Bilwa53
4Nimba55
5Kulanjan57
6Yavatikta59
7Saptaparna61
8Mahashatavari63
9Kumari64
10Apamarga66
11Vacha68
12Lasuna70
13Kushtha72
14Brahmi74
15Daruharidra76
16Shallaki78
17Punarnava80
18Palasha82
19Karpuravalli85
20Kumkum87
21Musali88
22Haridra89
23Bimbi92
24Guggulu93
25Varuna96
26Musta97
27Jyotishmati100
28Latakaranja102
29Bhanga103
30Aragwadha105
31Arka108
32Markandika110
33Mandookaparni111
34Chakshushya112
35Chakramarda113
36Devadaru115
37Shankhapushpi118
38Asthishrunkhala119
39Patraka121
40Agnimantha122
41Shalaparni124
42Mamejjaka125
43Amalaki127
44Vidanga130
45Jambu131
46Bhringaraja134
47Parpataka136
48Vata137
49Vrikshamla138
50Yasthtimadhu140
51Meshashringi144
52Japa145
53Shati147
54Sariva148
55Kutaja150
56Pushkaramoola152
57Medasaka154
58Jivanti155
59Dronapushpi156
60Kampillaka157
61karavellaka159
62Shigru162
63Kapikachhu164
64Karavira166
65Jatamansi168
66Kamala173
67Upkunchika175
68Sephalika177
69Tulasi180
70Maricha182
71Bhumyamalaki184
72Vidarikanda185
73Katuki187
74Chitraka191
75Dadima192
76Pippali194
77Beejaka197
78Bakuchi198
79Rasna201
80Sarpagandha203
81Eranda206
82Manjishtha209
83Bhallataka210
84Kiratatikta212
85Chandana214
86Saptarangi216
87Arishtaka217
88Arjuna219
89Vibhitaka223
90Haritaki226
91Guduchi230
92Gokshuru234
93Methika237
94Tagara238
95Sadapushpi239
96Nirgundi241
97Ashwagandha242
98Sunthi245
99Badara246
100Kachura248
Chapter 3Role of Panchakarma therapy in the management of lifestyle diseases249-259
Index of Latin names 260-262
Bibliography263-265
Annexure
1Herbs with reported activities266-275
2Glossary of Technical terms276-279
Photos of medicinal plants
Sample Pages

















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Life style measures include food, exercise, behavior and sleep. Ahara (food), Nidra (Sleep) and Brahmacharya popularly known as Trayupasthambha play a vital role in the management of life style disorders. Currently the incidence of life style diseases like diabetes, Hypertension, Cardiovascular diseases, Cancer etc is increasing which are also designated as Non communicable diseases (NCD). During the past few decades notable research was carried out on medicinal plants with significant activity against certain life style diseases. In this book a review is presented about 100 ayurvedic herbs found to be useful in the treatment of life style diseases along with photos. This book is useful to ayurvedic teachers, physicians and research scholars as a reference book.

About the Author

Prof. K. Nishteswar, currently working as professor & HOD, Dravyaguna at I.P.G.T. & R.A., Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar. He has obtained B.A.M.S. Degree (1976) from Andhra University, M.D. (1980) from Gujarat Ayurved University and Ph.D. (1997) from University of Pune. He also completed Sanskrit Bhashakovida (1975) from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and Diploma in AIDS (2004) from IGNOU. He received State Best Teacher Award from Govt. of Andhra Pradesh during 2001. He was awarded several Gold and silver medals in recognition of his meritorious achievements and theses on various topics like Diabetes, Hypertension and Cardiovascular disorders. He delivered Keynote addresses and Guest lectures in several National and International Seminars (South Korea & Sri Lanka).So far he has written 50 books in Telugu, English and in Hindi languages on various subjects of Ayurveda and published approximately 165 papers in various standard journals. He has guided 15 Ph.D., 8 M.D., 5 M. Pharma, 4 M.Sc. (Medicinal plants) and M. Phil students of Dr. N.T.R. University of health Sciences, A.P., Nagarjuna University, A.P. and Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar.

Preface

Ayurveda, the science of longevity (life) was promuligated with a view to eradicate diseases which are stumbling blocks in the attainment of Dharma (Discharge of duty), Artha (acquirement of health), kama (gratification of desire) and moksha (Emancipation). The science is designated as Ayurveda which discusses about happy and unhappy states of life, good and bad for life and measurement of life (longevity). As a matter of fact, the manifestation of diseases is synchronous with the impediments to the objects (chaturvidha purusarthas) of human life. Life without happiness is not worth living. Ayushyam (longevity) is nothing except the combination of the body sense organs, mind and the soul. According to charaka life stands for continuity of consciousness. No gift can surpass the gift of life. Since the implementation of lifestyles suggested in ayurveda act as life giver, ayurveda is considered as sacred par excellence. Satwa (mind), atma (soul) and sareera (Body) are like a tripod and entirely worldly life depends on the proper combination of these three. The body and mind contribute the substrata of diseases and happiness. Soul acts as on observer.

Pathogenic factors in the body are vayu (biohumor which reflects neuro physiological functions), pitta (substance which encompasses the functions of metabolism through hormones, and enzymes) and kapha (Biohumor representing ground tissue of a cell and contributes for immunity and physical endurance) and Rajas and Tamas of the mind.

Vata occupies the most prominent place among the pathogenic factors of the body. Pitta comes second in order of importance, because of its being the important factor of digestion and metabolism as well as the relative acuteness of diseases caused by it, it is certainly more important than kapha. All these factors have their action in the body both jointly or severally. Sushruta has treated Rakta as one of the pathogenic factors and postulated fourfold classification of pathogenic factors since it plays an important role in pathogenesis of certain conditions like abscess, ulcers etc. Satwa, Rajas and Tamas are the factors of mind. Among them Rajas & tamas cause vitiation of mind leading to psychological conditions Dhatu (tissue), Agni (Biochemical metabolic substance), mala (metabolites/excreta) and srotas (vessels/channels) play a major role in health and disease. Ayurveda identified that the body as well as diseases are engendered due to Ahara.

The causes of diseases relating to both mind & body are three fold-wrong utilization (mithya samyoga), non-utilisation (hinayoga and excessive utilization (atiyoga) of time (kala i.e seasons), mental faculties (buddhi) and objects of sense organs (indriyartha). Pathogenic factors related to body are antagonized by administration of medicines (oushadh) and religious rites (daivavyapasraya measures), and the causative factors of mental disturbances by spiritual (Jnana), scriptural knowledge (vijnana), patience (Dhairya), memory (Smriti) and meditation (Samadhi).

Diets and drugs are categorized into three categories i.e those alleviate vitiated doshas, those vitiate dhatus (etiological factors) and those help to maintain the positive health (swasthavrittakara).

The prescriptions of the science of medicine are intended for cure of diseases or the maintenance of positive health.

Any disturbance in the equilibrium of dosha/dhatus is known as disease and on the other hand the state of their equilibrium is health. Health and disease are also defined as pleasure and pain respectively.

Food (ahara), sleep (Nidra) and celibacy (Brahmacharya) are considered as three supports referred as "Triupasthamba" (three subposts which are related to life styles of the individuals. Mind plays a major role in all these supportive factors in maintaining the health. Negative influences of mind like anger, jealousy etc., disturb the digestion and similarly mind influcences the sleep cycles as well as level of libido. Thinking constitute the object of mind. Right way of thinking in choosing food, discipline with regard to sleepand celibacy not only imparts good health and prevention of disease but also helps in control of several lifestyle diseases. A critical analysis of etilogical principles of all the diseases clearly indicate that ayurveda advocates change in life styles as a part of management of every diseases. In a nutshell Ayurveda considered that every disease falls under the category of lifestyle diseases.

Lifestyle diseases include hypertension, diabities, obesity, heart diseases, asthma, cancer, HIV, epilepsy, arthritis, alcoholism etc. which are also designated as non-communicable diseases.

By taking into consideration of life styles diseases enumerated in modern medicine, an attempt was made to compile the research studies of different medicinal plants described in ayurvedic materia medica. The information provided in this book may help the pharmacy personnel and practicing physicians to design the formulations for controlling the lifestyle diseases. In the annexure, a list of Herbs with reported activities, glossary of technical terms and coloured photos of important medicinal plants are provided. I acknowledge the help extended by my students Mr. Brijesh Notani, Dr. Swagata Tavhare & Dr. Vidhya Unnikrishnan in the preparation of manuscript .

Contents

Introduction1-31
Chapter 1Life Style Diseases32-48
Chapter 2Herbs in life Style Diseases Management49-248
1Shatavari49
2Khadira51
3Bilwa53
4Nimba55
5Kulanjan57
6Yavatikta59
7Saptaparna61
8Mahashatavari63
9Kumari64
10Apamarga66
11Vacha68
12Lasuna70
13Kushtha72
14Brahmi74
15Daruharidra76
16Shallaki78
17Punarnava80
18Palasha82
19Karpuravalli85
20Kumkum87
21Musali88
22Haridra89
23Bimbi92
24Guggulu93
25Varuna96
26Musta97
27Jyotishmati100
28Latakaranja102
29Bhanga103
30Aragwadha105
31Arka108
32Markandika110
33Mandookaparni111
34Chakshushya112
35Chakramarda113
36Devadaru115
37Shankhapushpi118
38Asthishrunkhala119
39Patraka121
40Agnimantha122
41Shalaparni124
42Mamejjaka125
43Amalaki127
44Vidanga130
45Jambu131
46Bhringaraja134
47Parpataka136
48Vata137
49Vrikshamla138
50Yasthtimadhu140
51Meshashringi144
52Japa145
53Shati147
54Sariva148
55Kutaja150
56Pushkaramoola152
57Medasaka154
58Jivanti155
59Dronapushpi156
60Kampillaka157
61karavellaka159
62Shigru162
63Kapikachhu164
64Karavira166
65Jatamansi168
66Kamala173
67Upkunchika175
68Sephalika177
69Tulasi180
70Maricha182
71Bhumyamalaki184
72Vidarikanda185
73Katuki187
74Chitraka191
75Dadima192
76Pippali194
77Beejaka197
78Bakuchi198
79Rasna201
80Sarpagandha203
81Eranda206
82Manjishtha209
83Bhallataka210
84Kiratatikta212
85Chandana214
86Saptarangi216
87Arishtaka217
88Arjuna219
89Vibhitaka223
90Haritaki226
91Guduchi230
92Gokshuru234
93Methika237
94Tagara238
95Sadapushpi239
96Nirgundi241
97Ashwagandha242
98Sunthi245
99Badara246
100Kachura248
Chapter 3Role of Panchakarma therapy in the management of lifestyle diseases249-259
Index of Latin names 260-262
Bibliography263-265
Annexure
1Herbs with reported activities266-275
2Glossary of Technical terms276-279
Photos of medicinal plants
Sample Pages

















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