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Transcript of Ayurveda
"Good and Bad Foods effect health, respectively"
Seemingly originates from the Indian region. The oldest text describing it are Sanskrit writings dating back somewhere between 300-500 AD
"Kaya-Chikitsa": Curing of diseases affecting the body
"Kaumara-Bhrtya": Treatment of Children
"Shayla-Chikitsa": Removal of foreign substances from the body
"Salakya-Tantra": Curing ailments within the ears & eyes
"Buhta-Vidya": Treatment of Mental disease
"Agada-Tantra": Dealing with Antidotes
"Rasayana-Tantra": Dealing with "Elixirs"
"Vajikarana-Tantra": Dealing with Aphrodisiacs
Support, Nourishment and Attention to Health from Childhood.
Attention to overall health, of all ages.
Removal of foreign objects from the body.
Staples, Nails, Splinters etc.
Using sharp instruments to aid things within the eye and ear, similar to Acupuncture.
(Quite disturbing in my opinion)
Similar in practice to what us westerners call
According to Ayurveda, mental disorders are caused by spirits and negative acts in a past life.
What we call Toxicology in the West. The recognition of both Natural Toxins
(found in nature) and Artificial Toxins
(man-made, normally chemical in nature)
Naturopathic approaches and dietary regulations are made in efforts to cleanse body of toxins.
In layman's terms "Rasayan-Tantra" is the medical discipline of lengthening life-span.
Many lifestyle changes are made in effort to lengthen life.
The creation and implementation of natural Aphrodisiacs
Using Honey for Health
Used for Coughing
The possible health benefits of consuming honey have been documented in early Greek, Roman, Vedic, and Islamic texts and the healing qualities of honey were referred to by philosophers and scientists all the way back to ancient times, such as Aristotle (384 - 322 BC) and Aristoxenus (320 BC).
Honey has high levels of monosaccharides, fructose and glucose, containing about 70 to 80 percent sugar, which gives it its sweet taste - minerals and water make up the rest of its composition.
Honey also possesses antiseptic and antibacterial properties. In modern science we have managed to find useful applications of honey in chronic wound management.
However, it should be noted that many of honey's health claims still require further rigorous scientific studies to confirm them.
For 30 days supply you will need 120 dollars