The Way of Ayurvedic Herbs

· Lotus Press
4 reviews

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Ashwaganda for stamina and vitality ... arjuna for the health ... dandelion for breast wellness ... gokshura to reach a sexual peak ... . Traditional Ayurveda, using the principles of the three doshas, constitutional body type and highly individualized therapies, is the oldest continuosly practiced healing system on Earth. Over those many centuries, generations of Ayurvedic scholars and physicians have reviewed, inspected, dissected and refined the system to perfect a highly effective form of health, balance and healing. Now, two of the world's leading Ayurvedic herbalists, both leaders of the holistic health renaissance, and who, together, bring a total of over 75 years of practice to the work, have crafted a manual for making Ayurveda understandable and eminently, practically useful. The way of Ayurvedic Herbs is more than an herb manual. It is a life path to well-being.
4 reviews
June 21, 2014
Great readng and introduction to Ayurveda for the western reader. This book could save the lives of many who need to heal themselves and also to understand how to balance their doshas. It does not attempt to help the reader to determine their dosha using simple questionaires that could be too general and not accounting for the mind prakruti that is predominant in the US for many. The contents do detail some very important and easy diet and lifestyle changes that could immediately assist with restoring aggrevated body, mind and spirit states of being that may be causing disease. Highly recommend this book to anyone interested in ancient knowledge presented for easy comprehension.
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