Easy Ayurveda Home Remedies: Based On Authentic, Traditional Ayurveda Practice

Notion Press
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The book contains remedies using

• Household ingredients such as ghee, honey, garlic, turmeric.

• Spices such as ginger, cumin, black pepper and clove.

• Pulses like black gram, green gram, horse gram.

• Dairy products such as butter, ghee and yoghurt.

• Dry fruits and nuts such as walnuts, dates, almonds and raisins.

• Fruits such as pineapple, custard apple, banana and mango.

• Vegetables like okra, cucumber, radish, carrot and more!

Remedies from ancient Ayurveda textbooks - Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita, Ashtanga Hrudayam etc.

Explanation of how exactly the remedies are useful, in which particular symptoms, in which stage of disease?

Folklore, tribal remedies from communities such as Soliga, Guni etc.
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About the author

Dr. M.S. KRISHNAMURTHY MD (Ayu), Ph.D.

Professor and HOD, Consultant physician

Post Graduate Department of Rasashastra & Bhaishajya kalpana,

Alva’s Ayurveda medical college and Hospital, Vidyagiri, Moodbidri – 574 227

E mail: srimuliya@gmail.com

Professional Experience & Achievements

Former Dean (PG Studies), AAMC, Moodbidri

Ph.D guide (Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Scineces, Bangalore).

Guide to 27 Post graduate scholars.

Conferred with a National award – Bharatiya Vijnyana Parishad Puraskar (Delhi) in the year 2005 for the academic resarch achievement in the field of Ayurveda with due consideration of reasrch work on ‘A critical analysis of Folkmedical Practices prevalent in South Kanara District of Karnataka’ (2002–2005)

Founder Secretary of Srimuliya Rajatadri Ayurveda Seva Trust (R) Alike – 2002.

Technical Advisor and Formulation Designer for Alva Pharmacy Mijar, Karnataka, 2004–12



Dr. Janardhana V. Hebbar MD (Ayu)

Founder – EasyAyurveda.com & AyurMedInfo.Com

Author of Living Easy With Ayurveda

Dr. J.V. Hebbar offers

Weekly online classes

Video courses on Ayurveda

Ebooks

Youtube Videos

Find more about them in www.EasyAyurveda.com

Contact details of Dr. J.V. Hebbar

Email: hebbarjv@gmail.com

Facebook.com/Dr. Hebbar

Twitter: @hebbarjv

Linkedin.com/in/janardhanvhebbar

Instagram: @ayurvedaeasy

YouTube.com/hebbarjv

Dr. Hebbar’s designed herbal products are available at www.gardendiary.info

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Publisher
Notion Press
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Published on
Jan 24, 2019
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Pages
522
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ISBN
9781684667147
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Language
English
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Genres
Medical / Home Care
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This content is DRM free.
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