The essence of Ayurveda, a wholistic approach. This is a revised and expanded version of the original 1989 edition, covering additional diseases and adding new treatments. Table of Contents: Part A: Right Living Through Ayurveda 1. The Three Doshas - the dynamics of the life-force; 2. The Six Tastes - the energetics of healing substancs 3. Constitutional Examination - how to determine your unique mind-body type; 4. Examination of disease - the patterns of imbalance; 5. Ayurvedic Life-Regimens - balancing the doshas; 6. Ayurvedic Diet - personalizing your dietary regimen; 7. Ayurvedic Therapies - the methods of reintegration ; Part B: The Ayurvedic Treatment of Disease 1. Diseases of the Digestive System; 2. Diseases of the large intestine; 3. Disorders of the respiratory system; 4. Circulatory System Disorders; 5. Diseases of the urinary tract and water metabolism disorders; 6. Reproductive system disorders; 7. Miscellaneous conditioons; 8. Care of children and the elderly; 9. Nervous System Disorders; 10. Ayurvedic psychology - mental and emotional disorders; 11. Treating the life-force / Pranic healing. Part c: Ayurvedic Remedial Measures 1. Herb Usage; 2. Classical Ayurvedic formulas; 3. Modern Ayurvedic formulas; 4. Oils, Aroma therapy and incense; 5. Spiritual remedial measures, Gem therapy and Mantra. Sanskrit Terms; Glossary of Herbs, Resources; Index. read less...
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