Archive for category Ayurveda
Subject of Medicine is often considered as synonym to that of Health, which is a misconception. What we generally call as Health Practitioners termed Doctors are really Disease Curers and little to do with health of their clients. Their focus remains focused on diseases their clients suffer from and only those suffering from some ailment […]
Human body is composed of and remains functional with six foundation stones called ‘Dhatu’ in Ayurveda. These are Plasma, Blood, Flesh, Cartilage, Bones and Marrow. On these formed in good condition, finally Aura of golden glow is formed along with semen of the person. Ayurveda deals with the whole process of formation of body components, […]
Here is the plan of my home Garden in the making with fruit trees including Olive Plants, Ayurvedic medicinal herbs including Braahmee, seasonal green vegetables, flowers of perennial and seasonal nature, and a new improvised watering scheme that supplies water to plant roots only through nearby drains. Your suggestions are welcome.
Here is another infographic on the same subject depicting the time-frame of events taking place inside the body after the food is digested by the intestines. As may be visualized from the two infographics, the food juice is processed in six steps to ultimately reduced to body Aura and procreative male/female fluids. In each of […]
Ayurveda deals with the whole process of formation of body components from the food a person consumes. After the food is acidified in stomach and then digested in intestines, it gets converted into two parts – excreta and the nutritional juice. The excreta – latrine and urine are ejected out of the body and […]
Myth and Reality of Bhringaraaja of Ayurveda. Bhringaraaja is said to have warming effect on body controlling cough and Vaat problems, which Bhaangara is used for by Himalayan people, but currently known Bhringaraaja has no such effect. Bhringaraaja is also said in Bhavaprakash to be effective in well-being of hairs and skin, and cures diseases […]
Ayurveda recommends inclusion of 6 types of ingredients in a meal (Aahaaram) – Bhojyam (Pulses), Bhakshyam (Cereals), Chavyam (Chewable), Lehyam (Paste-like), Choshyam (Suckable) and Peyam (drinkable), for humans. These components get digested in the intestines with aid of Pittam (bile)and get separated into Dosh (defaults which pollute air) , Ras (nutrional juice), Mutra (urine), and Pureesh […]