Ayurveda: The Ancient Indian Healing Art
Ayurvedic therapy takes into account the whole person. Treatment of specific illnesses and the maintenance of good health are approached through meditation practice, diet, herbal preparations, exercises and internal cleansing programs, all tailored to the individual needs of each person.
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The Five Elements and the Tridosha Theory
The Disease Process
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aggravated doshas agni Asthi astringent Ayurvedic medicine Ayurvedic physician balance bitter blood bone burning sensation calamus root cause channels Charaka Samhita cold comfrey constipation decreased dhatu digestion disease disorders doshas doshic echinacea elimination emotions excessive faeces fire five elements foods functions ginger goldenseal gunas heat herbal herbs human imbalance increased individual Infusion jala water juices kapha kapha dosha liquorice mahabhutas Majja malas Mamsa manifest marma points massage meal Meda meditation mind mind-body mutra nature nourishment nutrients odour oily ojas Panchakarma perspiration physical physiology pitta pitta dosha prabhava prakriti prana prthivi pungent Purisha rakta dhatu rasa Rig Veda root sages salty Sama Veda sclerae sense organs sexual skin sleep soft sour specific srotas which carries stimulate substances Sukra sveda Sweet taste therapy three doshas throughout the body tissues toxins treatment tridosha Upanishads urine vaha srotas Vamana vata vata dosha vipaka Virya vital energy vitiated