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  • PRESERVATION OF DEAD BODY

    ANCIENT AYURVEDIC AND MODERN METHOD OF PRESERVATION OF DEAD BODY

    Dr. Dharamveer Choudhary*1 Dr. Ved Parkash2 Dr. Munish Sharma3 Dr. Jyotsna4 Dr. Khushboo BishnoiP. G. Scholar, Dept. of Rachana Sharir, SGACS & H, Tantia University, Srigananganagr (Raj.), India.2Assistant Professor, Dept. of Rog Nidan, SGACS & H, Tantia University, Srigananganagr (Raj.), India.3,5P. G. Scholar, Dept of Swasthvritta and Yoga, SGACS & H, Tantia University, Srigananganagr (Raj.), […] More

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    3rd yr Question Paper (2019)

    BAMS 3RD YR (2019)AYURVEDA Question Paper Comment for more We are here to help you 24*7 Contact Us Click on the easyayurveda logo to download: More

  • मदन कल्प

    CHARAKA SAMHITA KALPASTHANA जीमूतक कल्प (Short Note)

    जीमूतक पयावय (Synonyms): गरागरी च ्ेणी च तथा स्याद्दे्ताडकः ।Indications: वत्रदोषघ्न – ज््र – िास – वहक्काPart used: फल-पुष्पDose: 1 शुवि (2 कषव)पक्व फल चूणव (Powder of dried ripened fruits) of जीमूतक with क्षीर जीमूतक कल्प : Total 39 योगाs of Jeemutaka has been described.जीमूतक प्रयोग with क्षीर, with सुरामण्ड, with गुडूच्यादद कषाय, withगरव्धादद कषाय, […] More

  • मदन कल्प

    CHARAKA SAMHITA KALPASTHANA मदन कल्प (Short Note)

    कल्पस्थान मदन कल्पDefinition of Vamana & Virechana:तत्र दोषहरणं ऊर्ध्वभागं ्मनसंज्ञकम्, अधोभागं व्रेचनसंज्ञकम्।Vamana is the therapeutic procedure by which the vitiated doshaof body expelled out through upward passage.Virechana is the therapeutic procedure by which the vitiateddosha of body expelled out through downward passage.Since both ्मन & व्रेचन expel the दोष out of body, bothprocedures can be […] More

  • Details About DISLOCATION

    DEFINITION A joint is dislocated when its articular surfaces are completely displaced, one from the other, so that all contact between them is lost. CLASSIFICATION ON THE BASIS OF AETIOLOGY CONGENITAL DISLOCATION Congenital dislocation is a condition where a joint is dislocated at birth e.g., congenital dislocation of the hip (CDH). ACQUIRED DISLOCATION Acquired dislocation […] More

  • How to deal with GLAUCOMA with clinical

    How to deal with GLAUCOMA with clinical

    DEFINITION Glaucoma is not a single disease process but a group of disorders characterized by a progressive optic neuropathy resulting in a characteristic appearance of the optic disc and a specific pattern of irreversible visual field defects that are associated frequently but not invariably with raised intraocular pressure (IOP). CLASSIFICATION Clinico-etiologically glaucoma may be classified […] More

  • ALLERGIC CONJUNCTIVITIS

    How To Deal With ALLERGIC CONJUNCTIVITIS Along with clinical

    DEFINITION It is the inflammation of conjunctiva due to allergic or hypersensitivity reactions which may be immediate (humoral) or delayed (cellular). ETIOLOGY Allergic conjunctivitis, is a type-I immediate hypersensitivity reaction mediated by IgE and subsequent mast cell activation, following exposure of ocular surface to airborne allergens. Family history of atopy might be present. Simple allergic […] More

  • absent in the distal half of the ileum. Apart from increasing the surface area for absorption, the circular folds facilitate absorption by slowing down the passage of intestinal contents. The intestinal villi are finger-like projections of mucous membrane, just visible to the naked eye. They give the surface of the intestinal mucosa a velvety appearance. They are large and numerous in the duodenum and jejunum, but are smaller and fewer in the ileum. They vary in density from 10 to 40 per square millimeter, and are about 1 to 2 mm long. They increase the surface area of the small intestine about eight times (Fig. 20.4). Each villus is covered by a layer of absorptive columnar cells. The surface of these cells has a striated border which is seen, under the electron microscope, to be made of microvilli. Attachments area

    Functions And Anatomy Of Small Intestine

    absent in the distal half of the ileum. Apart from increasing the surface area for absorption, the circular folds facilitate absorption by slowing down the passage of intestinal contents. The intestinal villi are finger-like projections of mucous membrane, just visible to the naked eye. They give the surface of the intestinal mucosa a velvety appearance. They are large and numerous in the duodenum and jejunum, but are smaller and fewer in the ileum. They vary in density from 10 to 40 per square millimeter, and are about 1 to 2 mm long. They increase the surface area of the small intestine about eight times (Fig. 20.4). Each villus is covered by a layer of absorptive columnar cells. The surface of these cells has a striated border which is seen, under the electron microscope, to be made of microvilli.
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  • Anatomy Of Retina

    Details About Anatomy Of Retina Along With Anatomical terminology

    DEFINITION Retina is the innermost tunic of the eyeball. It is a thin, delicate and transparent membrane. It is the most highly-developed tissue of the eye. It appears purplish-red due to the visual purple of the rods and underlying vascular choroid. GROSS ANATOMY Retina extends from the optic disc to the ora serrata with a […] More

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About Ayurveda

Ayurveda is considered by many scholars to be the oldest healing science. In Sanskrit, Ayurveda means “The Science of Life.” Ayurvedic knowledge originated in India more than 5,000 years ago and is often called the “Mother of All Healing.” It stems from the ancient Vedic culture and was taught for many thousands of years in an oral tradition from accomplished masters to their disciples. Some of this knowledge was set to print a few thousand years ago, but much of it is inaccessible. The principles of many of the natural healing systems now familiar in the West have their roots in Ayurveda, including Homeopathy and Polarity Therapy.

The basic difference between Ayurveda and Western allopathic medicine is important to understand. Western allopathic medicine currently tends to focus on symptomatology and disease, and primarily uses drugs and surgery to rid the body of pathogens or diseased tissue. Many lives have been saved by this approach. In fact, surgery is encompassed by Ayurveda. However, drugs, because of their toxicity, often weaken the body. Ayurveda does not focus on disease.

Rather, Ayurveda maintains that all life must be supported by energy in balance. When there is minimal stress and the flow of energy within a person is balanced, the body’s natural defense systems will be strong and can more easily defend against disease. tag

Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old system of natural healing that has its origins in the Vedic culture of India. Although suppressed during years of foreign occupation, Ayurveda has been enjoying a major resurgence in both its native land and throughout the world. Tibetan medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine both have their roots in Ayurveda. Early Greek medicine also embraced many concepts originally described in the classical Ayurvedic medical texts dating back several thousands of years. More than a mere system of treating illness, Ayurveda is a science of life (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge). It offers a body of wisdom designed to help people stay vital while realizing their full human potential. Providing guidelines on ideal daily and seasonal routines, diet, behavior and the proper use of our senses, Ayurveda reminds us that health is the balanced and dynamic integration between our environment, body, mind, and spirit.

1-General guidelines for balancing vata:

Keep warm

Keep calm

Avoid cold, frozen or raw foods

Avoid extreme cold

Eat warm foods and spices

Keep a regular routine

Keep a regular routine

    2-General guidelines for balancing pitta:

Avoid excessive heat

Avoid excessive oil

Avoid excessive steam

Limit salt intake

Eat cooling, non-spicy foods

Exercise during the cooler part of the day

    3-General guidelines for balancing kapha:

Get plenty of exercise

Avoid heavy foods

Keep active

Avoid dairy

Avoid iced food or drinks

Vary your routine

Avoid fatty, oily foods

Eat light, dry food

No daytime naps

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