An alternative medicine practised in the Indian subcontinent since ancient times is known as Ayurveda. Ayurveda is widely distributed in India and Nepal and reported that about 80% of the population uses Ayurveda.
Over 2,000 years, Ayurvedic therapy has changed and evolved. Examples of treatments are herbal remedies, special diets, meditation, yoga, massage, laxatives, enemas, and medicated oils. Ayurvedic remedies are often based on a complex herbal mixture, of minerals and metals. In addition, ancient Ayurvedic texts taught surgical procedures such as rhinoplasty, removal of kidney stones, sutures, and removal of foreign bodies.
The main text of the classic Ayurveda begins with an explanation of the transfer of medical knowledge from God to the wise and the human doctor. Sushruta Samhita (Sushruta’s Compendium) takes the form of King Divodsa of Varanasi and is published as the teaching of Dhanvantari, the Hindu god of Ayurveda, addressed to a group of doctors including Sushruta. Ayurveda was modified for Western consumption, especially by Baba Haridas in the 1970s and Maharicia Ayurveda in the 1980s, despite a well-understood process of modernisation and globalisation. There is historical evidence of the existence of Ayurvedic texts, terms and concepts that begin in the middle of the 1st millennium BC.
Ayurveda: A Life of Balance
Ayurveda: A Life of Balance₹695.00
The ancient health principles of Ayurveda are demonstrated in this book to demonstrate how balanced living has the power to promote the highest levels of physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. The seven body types are thoroughly described, along with the foods that are best for each, by cancer survivor Maya Tiwari. Her book is the first to fully discuss the psychological or spiritual characteristics of the various Ayurvedic body types and to provide food charts, seasonal menus, and suggested daily routines for each type.
The activities of the hearth, home, garden, and community that awaken our “cognitive memory” of right living are the focus of a chapter on sadhanas. A thorough section of straightforward recipes with body type-specific measurements and another on home remedies aid in making the transition to a healthier and more satisfying way of life painless.
Ancient Roots, Many Branches: Energetics of Healing Across Cultures & Through Time
In Ancient Roots, Many Branches: Energetic of Healing Across Cultures And Through Time, the origins of human thought on health and healing are investigated. Dealing with illness has always been a crucial aspect of culture, and people from all over the world have developed distinctive solutions to this fundamental issue. In treating chronic illnesses, where treating the symptom fails to address the underlying cause, it explores models of healing and energetic systems of medicine that can be quite effective for acute conditions. The book’s mission is to provide the modern world with traditional wisdom that is sorely lacking.
Essential Ayurveda: What it is and what it can do for you
The author, Shubhra Krishan, explains the basics of Ayurveda to the reader, and tells us about the energy and shape of the body, and tells us about how Ayurvedic principles can be applied to develop a balanced diet and lifestyle for an optimal health. She advises on choosing the best products and how to make your own with food recipes, cosmetics and other health items. This book serves as a practical guide and provides an overview of the basics of health and is based on the ancient Ayurvedic system. Ayurvedic practitioners believe that their bodies, minds and personalities are unique and can influence each other. This approach to diagnosis and treatment is a fundamental aspect of Ayurveda.
Degrees of Reiki
Degrees of Reiki₹445.00
Japanese energy healing called reiki is a type of complementary medicine. In order to promote emotional or physical healing, Reiki practitioners use a technique called palm healing, also known as hands-on healing, in which a “universal energy” is said to be transferred from the practitioner’s palms to the patient.
Degrees of Reiki provides a variety of Reiki applications and encourages the reader to use their own intuition when putting Reiki to use for their unique needs. It is not a complete work because Reiki transcends being limited to one method or practise and is much more than what can be comprehended and covered by one individual. But it is hoped that this book will broaden the reader’s understanding of and application of reiki and open their eyes to the innumerable opportunities that Reiki presents.
Ayurvedic Healing for Women: Herbal Gynecology
These are all typical problems affecting women, such as irregular cycles and uncomfortable cramps every month. Women do not necessarily have to become accustomed to them as the norm. There are numerous intervention techniques available to treat a variety of conditions, from menstrual disorders to urinary incontinence, and to relieve their symptoms.
This book addresses the need to treat the underlying causes of feminine problems and is written for women who want to find solutions to their health problems. It disproves the idea that a woman’s life is normal for her to experience discomfort, pain, and emotional swings. With the help of this self-help book, you’ll discover how to create a treatment strategy that works for your body type and how to use dietary adjustments and supplements to both treats and cure a variety of illnesses.
Domestic Herbal Remedies
Domestic Herbal Remedies₹250.00
Ayurvedic treatments and remedies are based on intricate knowledge from the past and intricate combinations of natural ingredients. They provide useful applications that are simple to incorporate into daily life (Dincharya). People have used Ayurvedic remedies and supplements for a variety of ailments since ancient times. These include Ayurvedic herbs, oils, pills, powders (churna), balms, eye drops, and many more. These treatments are the ideal form of self-care to deal with our stressful modern lifestyles because they are simple to use, hassle-free, and adaptable by anyone. Ayurveda is becoming more well-known as the world’s natural healthcare system. India has the advantage of having tried-and-true conventional medical systems based on natural products.
The authors of this book have emphasised the fundamental ideas and the realistic use of domestic herbal remedies as being extremely admirable. Readers will recognise this presentation as the outcome of careful research into many different facets of the subject, demonstrating originality with precision.