Whether you are looking for a complete holistic healing system or simply need to regain a sense of balance and harmony, this is the ideal guide to using and understanding the powerful system of Ayurvedic medicine.
Author: Sally Morningstar
Publisher: Lorenz Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Discover your body type - Vata, Pitta or Kapha - in the ancient Indian healing system to promote spiritual harmony and physical health through diet, massage, crystals and exercise.
With over 50 easy-to-follow exercises, Ayurveda Made Easy helps you find health, peace, and energy for a balanced life.
Author: Heidi E Spear
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Health & Fitness
Practicing Ayurveda doesn't need to be complicated - these simple strategies will help you get moving toward a healthier lifestyle perfectly suited to your needs. A comprehensive holistic health system, Ayurveda works to help you better understand your body and achieve your personal ideal balance with a series of exercises, activities, and natural remedies. From dietary suggestions that will help you care for your body to yoga postures and breathing exercises to keep you calm and mindful, each page offers simple strategies for improving your physical and mental health. With over 50 easy-to-follow exercises, Ayurveda Made Easy helps you find health, peace, and energy for a balanced life.
Simple kitchen remedies In Ayurveda it is understood that there is nothing in this
universe that cannot be made into a medicine. As the kitchen is where we create
things to ingest, in addition to food and drinks we can also make simple ...
Author: Anne Heigham
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: House & Home
'Anne Heigham has brought the ancient, timeless wisdom of Ayurveda into these energizing recipes that nourish the doshas.Anne Heigham has brought the ancient, timeless wisdom of Ayurveda into these energizing recipes that nourish the doshas.' Vasant Lad, BAM&S, MASc, Ayurvedic Physician 'Let food be your first medicine and the kitchen your first pharmacy.' Taittiriya Upanishad By using the principles of Ayurveda, which is one of the fastest growing health practices, and a little vision, transform your kitchen into a space that nourishes your body, mind and soul. With this beautiful introduction to Ayurveda, learn how to use your kitchen as a natural pharmacy to improve your health and prevent imbalances with key Ayurvedic ingredients, 80 perfectly balanced vegetarian recipes and simple home remedies. Ayurveda aims to bring health back into balance, nourishing agni (metabolic fire) and prana (life force), while clearing ama (metabolic waste or 'sludge'). Just imagine fresh, vibrant herbs growing, seeds sprouting and pickles fermenting. Discover how to perform a kitchen sadhana at the beginning of each season, mix your own spice blends and balance recipes according to what you need and how you feel. Sections include: Introduction to Ayurveda Ayurveda and seasonal eating The kitchen pharmacy Recipes from the Ayurveda kitchen Recipes include: Sweet potato and pea tortilla Nourishing spiced pumpkin soup Refuelling rice and red lentil balls Carrot and beetroot celebration cake
Author: Durgadas (Rodney Lingham)Publish On: 2013-05-24
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Author: Durgadas (Rodney Lingham)
Discover the ancient Medical system of India, called Ayurveda in this book, which examines noth the historical origin and spread, as well as traditional areas as Yoga and Astrology, and also deeper aspects of Ayyurvedic diagnosis and treatment methods for the Practitioner and novice alike.
Yoga, a part of Ayurvedic medicine, is a system of exercises, breathing, and
meditation techniques. reiki, or “universal life energy,” involves transferring
healing energy through hand positions to treat and rebalance the body. whole
Author: Craig B. Garner
This book is for patients and family members who find themselves in the often confusing confines of a hospital environment. With a clear and concise approach, this book tackles the major elements of a hospital visit, while helping to relieve uncertainty, reduce stress, and free patients to focus their energies on getting better.
... and made simple for the novice or practitioner. I hope that everybody can get
something out of it! Namaste! Durgadas (Rodney) Lingham, Veda Kovid, Yoga & Ayurveda Teacher C. C.Ay. (Clincal Ayurveda) C. Ay.Ph. (Ayur. Pharmacy) C. Ay.
Author: Rodney Lingham
Category: Health & Fitness
Aushadh Rahasya, a book that describes Ayurveda and herbs in a unique fashion and includes in-depth studies on Ayurvedic diagnosis and examination, as also Psychological and Neurological conditions as Fibromyalgia, Insomnia, Anxiety, Hemiplegia, Cerebral Palsy and more. This revised addition gives more disease cases and expansions. A complete description on Yogic and Spiritual techniques is given, as also Astrological remedies along with a Complete Examination of the Patient, and useful Herbal Formulas in Ayurveda and their uses.
Short chapters on Ayurvedic insights such as proper combinations, compatibility and methods of cooking are interspersed in the book.
Author: Jigyasa Giri
Publisher: Cooking at Home with Pedatha
Researched by the authors at a fabulous Ayurvedic establishment known as KARE in the hills near Pune, India, this beautiful cookbook brings Ayurveda in a friendly manner into our kitchens. It features daily, simple, vegetarian Indian recipes that all Indian homes are familiar with. Slight variations and unobtrusive additions and deletions to daily cooking, along with Ayurvedic insights, make these recipes worth trying. Short chapters on Ayurvedic insights such as proper combinations, compatibility and methods of cooking are interspersed in the book. There is a clear focus on freshly cooked food, on the correct use of spices to enhance taste and good health, on the right combinations that make them tridoshik, or agreeable to all doshas.
Top of the line creator Sahara Rose Ketabi makes Ayurveda available with this contemporary manual for the world's most seasoned wellbeing framework. Beginning in India more than 5,000 years prior, Ayurveda is the sister science to yoga.
Author: Bobby Fischer
An unquestionable requirement read for anybody coming to Ayurveda interestingly or as a comprehensible catch up on for all. Sahara offers a contemporary clarification of Ayurvedic insight that reverberates with the present perusers. Find your Ayurvedic Dosha (mind-body type) and discover nourishments, self-care rehearses, yoga postures, and reflections that are custom-made to your interesting requirements. Top of the line creator Sahara Rose Ketabi makes Ayurveda available with this contemporary manual for the world's most seasoned wellbeing framework. Beginning in India more than 5,000 years prior, Ayurveda is the sister science to yoga. It's the well established mystery to life span, stomach related wellbeing, mental clearness, magnificence, and equilibrium that is recapturing fame today for its attempted and-trued strategies. Sahara Rose renews old Ayurvedic shrewdness with an advanced methodology and clarifies how changing the circumstance of your suppers; consolidating self-care practices like dry-brushing, oil-pulling and tongue-scratching; eating the right food sources for your stomach related sort; and rehearsing the correct yoga and reflection rehearses for your special character will fundamentally upgrade your wellbeing, processing, brilliance, instinct, and rapture. With Idiot's Guides: Ayurveda, you will: - Discover your interesting Dosha and figure out how it is reflected in your physiology, digestion, processing, character, and even in your fantasies. - Learn how your body's requirements change as indicated by the season, climate, and season of day - Find approaches to recover gloss, enthusiasm and stream in your life - Enjoy simple to-make, plant-based plans - Establish an Ayurvedic morning and evening time custom for ideal equilibrium - Learn how to adjust your chakras as per your Dosha - Use Ayurvedic spices and flavors to recuperate stomach related problems, skin issues, hormonal unevenness, and different afflictions With a lot of fun realities, comprehensive humor, and sacrosanct information from Sahara that will assist you with incorporating Ayurveda into your way of life.
Author: Vināyaka Jayānanda ṬhākaraPublish On: 1989
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A three-part approach to total body wellness combines ancient Ayurvedic philosophy with cleansing and strengthening rituals, chants, and natural recipes in a guide that explains how women can use nutrition and diet, breathwork and meditation, posture, and sound to enhance healing, fitness, and general well-being. Reprint.
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He was a good scholar of modern medicine and Ayurveda and made
commendable efforts to intergrate these systems . I still remember his classes on
the Caraka - samhita in which he explained the Caraka's view on modern
scientific lines .
This book is presented in a way that will make us self-aware so we can realize our integrity as body, mind, and soul. This book is written for general readers who may not have any background of Ayurveda or medicine in general.
Author: Vinod Verma
Category: Health & Fitness
Ayurveda: A way of Life has been the first book ever that explains the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda in terms of modern science. It was published in India in 1990, thereafter in various European countries and America. It is a scholarly book that is meant to give the reader an insight into the classical tradition of this 5000 years old discipline. At the same time, the book is a guide in the living tradition of Ayurveda and inspires one to assimilate this age-old wisdom into daily life for enhancing energy to the optimum level. The book also highlights Ayurvedic psychology and importance of sattva (inner peace and stillness) and santosha (sense of contentment) in order to ward off the ailments. Modern medical research is directed toward finding cures for diseases, but there is little talk about finding methods to maintain good health and adopting preventive measures to avoid various ailments. Healthy living and preventive measures are not a part of the medical education. In Ayurveda, the principal focus is on maintaining good health and adopting a healthy way of living. The second important drawback in modern Western medicine is that it treats all human beings the same way. Individual differences and individual constitutions are not taken into consideration. We differ as much inwardly in our reactions and responses to a given treatment as we vary in our external appearance and personality traits. In Ayurveda, individual variations are taken into consideration and health care and treatment are based upon the individual constitution. Ayurveda is an extensive and vast source of knowledge. This book is only an introductory guide to the Ayurvedic way of life. Day-to-day practices and what we can do for ourselves in order to keep good health and bring harmony in our lives are described. Various methods for self-diagnosis, for curing minor ailments through simple measures, for preventing disease, for making simple herbal medicines, and for inner and outer cleaning of the body are discussed here. Every practical detail is explained and information about the availability of various products is provided. Ayurvedic medicines are not limited to the herbs that grow in India (especially in the Himalayas) where the original literature of Ayurveda was compiled. Identification of the herbs according to taste and other properties of the drugs are explained in detail. This book is written to help people become conscious of their health-to make them aware that a little care can save them from minor health problems, as well as from long-term health hazards. With the increasing number of ailments and a universal rise in health care costs, it has become more and more essential for each individual to make a personal effort to maintain good health. The old wisdom of rishis (sages) teaches us the use of preventive measures and mild medicine for maintaining good health instead of waiting until body and mind are exhausted and there are major disorders in the organism. The purpose of this book is to present methods people can use to improve the quality of life. For this, it is essential to begin from a new beginning. We live our lives in bits and pieces, fragmented in time, space, body, and mind. Therefore, to adapt Ayurveda in our lives, we just cannot start the application of its principles on our disintegrated beings. What I mean by a new beginning is that first we need to see and feel ourselves as a "whole," as a "unit," and an "integrity" and then we can realize our oneness with the cosmos. Holistic medicine is not possible without a holistic way of life. This book is presented in a way that will make us self-aware so we can realize our integrity as body, mind, and soul. This book is written for general readers who may not have any background of Ayurveda or medicine in general. A special effort has been made to explain the technical terms in an easy-to-understand manner. Comments and suggestions from readers are welcomed.
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They are pure vegetarian, nutritious recipes with therapeutic values. If cooked with love and attention, the recipes can be wholesome, tasty and hearty. The book offers recipes that are simple, fresh, organic and easily digestible.
Author: Gita Ramesh
Publisher: Roli Books
Good food brings harmony to ones' body, mind and soul. Keeping this in mind, the recipes in The Ayurvedic Cookbook are tailor-made to suit different body types. They are pure vegetarian, nutritious recipes with therapeutic values. If cooked with love and attention, the recipes can be wholesome, tasty and hearty. The book offers recipes that are simple, fresh, organic and easily digestible. These recipes are effective in keeping the body healthy and disease free. For the first time, the secret weight management/loss recipes of Kairali - the Ayurvedic Healing Village - are revealed. To make the herbal diet easy-to-understand and follow, a two-week chart is provided as ready reckoner. If followed correctly, you can get healthy and fit in just two weeks! The informative section on nutritional and medicinal values of fruits and vegetables and spices makes this a comprehensive introduction to eating the Ayurvedic way. The Ayurvedic Cookbook is a must buy for anyone who wants to live healthy and eat healthy.
Authentic yet easy-to-follow, this is the most accessible, effective and simple guide available to using the complex ancient wisdom of Ayurveda in a modern lifestyle "Brings Ayurveda, and all of its healing power, into the 21st century" ...
Author: Eminé Kali Rushton
Publisher: Watkins Media Limited
Category: Health & Fitness
Authentic yet easy-to-follow, this is the most accessible, effective and simple guide available to using the complex ancient wisdom of Ayurveda in a modern lifestyle "Brings Ayurveda, and all of its healing power, into the 21st century" Ravinder Bhogal, writer, chef & TV presenter Health journalist and sceptic Eminé Rushton was converted to an Ayurvedic approach during pregnancy, when she discovered how eating and living according to the ancient Indian principles of Ayurveda rebalances the body for the better. Ayurveda teaches that we each have a dosha - a basic body type that defines our personality and physical wellbeing, from the foods we crave to those that spark intolerances and increase weight gain. This book decodes this 5,000-year-old science of wellbeing specifically for busy, modern lives. It shows just how simple and practical a body-balancing seasonal lifestyle can be, helping you beat stress, lose excess weight and feel energized and positive every day. Ayurveda for Modern Life guides your through the process of determining your dosha type, and teaches how to eat for your own dosha and make your body feel light, vital, energized and well again. It offers a simple 3-day nutrition plan, as well as 20 delicious, seasonal recipes that can be made using ordinary supermarket ingredients. This ultimate guide to living the Ayurveda way also includes expert advice from leading nutritional therapist Eve Kalinik, TCM practitioner Annee de Mamiel and the founder of The Organic Pharmacy, Margo Marrone.
I had a curiosity to understand Ayurveda , to find whether the science had a
strong scientific footing or is it simply a ... Here an attempt has been made to
present the indepth study of the complex concept of Ayurveda in a simplified way
so that it ...