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CONTENTS 1. Introductory 3 2. Some Important Principles of Ayurveda 4 3. Brilliant past and bright future 6 4. Descent and propagation of Ayurveda on earth 7 5. What is Ayurveda 9 6. The Objective of Ayurveda 10 7. Nature of happy and unhappy life 10 8. Nature of Good and bad life 11 9. Ayurvedic concept of health 11 10. Definition of health 13 11. Wholeistic approach to man 17 12. Evolution of man 18 13. The urges that are not be restrained 19 14. The urges that should be held ...
|2. Some Important Principles of Ayurveda||4|
|3. Brilliant past and bright future||6|
|4. Descent and propagation of Ayurveda on earth||7|
|5. What is Ayurveda||9|
|6. The Objective of Ayurveda||10|
|7. Nature of happy and unhappy life||10|
|8. Nature of Good and bad life||11|
|9. Ayurvedic concept of health||11|
|10. Definition of health||13|
|11. Wholeistic approach to man||17|
|12. Evolution of man||18|
|13. The urges that are not be restrained||19|
|14. The urges that should be held in restraint||19|
|15. Avoid over - indulgences||19|
|16. Avoidable men||20|
|17. Assossiable men||20|
|18. Strive in wholesome practices||20|
|19. Important dietetic regulations||20|
|20. Code of right conduct||21|
|22. Ayurvedic concept of disease||22|
|23. What is Prajnaparadha||23|
|24. Initial and mental cycle of disease||24|
|25. Doshas - their psychic functions||25|
|26. Diagram showing origin of disease||29|
|27. Origin of Life||33|
|28. Life started with blue and green Algae||35|
|29. Evolution of life - evolution of Rasas||38|
|30. Doshas interlinked through Rasas||38|
|31. Three Rasas increase one Dosha||39|
|32. Division of a cell||40|
|33. Ayurvedic concept of conception||41|
|34. Signs of life||43|
|35. The eight censored persons||48|
|36. The symptoms of corpulence||48|
|37. The symptoms of Emaciation||49|
|38. Treatment of corpulence||49|
|39. Treatment of Emaciation||50|
|40. Three pillars of health||50|
|41. About a physician||51|
|42. Ayurvedic concept of Resistance power||54|
|43. Seasonal variations and Doshik vitiation||55|
|44. Ayurveda cares for total personality||57|
|45. Pharmacological concepts||59|
|46. Taste thresholds||59|
|47. Qualities and actions of tastes||60|
|51. How the drug acts||65|
|52. Elective affinity of drugs||67|
|53. Mode of action||67|
|54. Three kinds of therapies||68|
|55. Aetio - pathologenesis of disease||68|
|57. Examination of the patient||70|
|58. Modern laboratory tests should be conducted||72|
|60. Six Types of treatment||75|
|61. Some important therapies||77|
|67. Achara Rasayana||81|
|69. Some important single drugs||83|
|70. Diseases and Ayurvedic drugs||85|
Item Code: IDF464 Author: S.C. Dhyani Cover: Hardcover Edition: 2004 Publisher: Chaukhambha Publishers Language: English Size: 8.8" X 5.8" Pages: 100 Other Details: Weight of the Book: 228 gms
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