Ayurvedic treatment in kerala, Panchakarma treatment

October 9, 2017

Some helpful information for those who are new to Ayurvedic therapy

Filed under: Ayurveda, Ayurvedic treatment in Kerala, Uncategorized — rn00 @ 8:33 pm

Ayurvedic therapy consists of many different terms and it can be helpful to be familiar with these Ayurvedic terminology.

Panchakarma
A combination of purification therapies for the complete detoxification of the body. It includes vamana, virechana, nasya, raktamoksha and vasthi.

Vamana
The elimination of toxins through the mouth, it involves inducing vomiting by consuming herbal preparations.
 

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August 17, 2016

Steffi Graf is the New Kerala Ayurveda Brand Ambassador

Filed under: Ayurveda, Ayurveda learning, Ayurvedic treatment in Kerala, Uncategorized — nisharavi123 @ 3:09 pm

The Kerala tourism department was given sanction to sign an agreement with Graf to become Ayurveda brand ambassador as part of the department’s ‘Visit Kerala Scheme’, Chandy said.

The tourism department had already held discussions and reached an agreement with the German former World number one tennis player, who had bagged 22 Grand slam single titles.

Kerala’s Ayurveda, an ancient system of health care which is famous for its holistic effect on body and mind, attracts large number of people from the country and abroad every year.

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August 10, 2016

Short Term Visas for Yoga Courses in India

Filed under: Ayurveda, Ayurveda learning, Ayurvedic treatment in Kerala, Uncategorized — nisharavi123 @ 3:56 pm

In a first, India will give tourist visa and e-tourist visa to foreigners willing to undergo short term course on Yoga in its bid to popularise the ancient spiritual and ascetic practice globally.

Under the e-tourist visa scheme, an applicant receives an email authorising him or her to travel to India after it is approved and he or she can travel with a print-out of this authorisation.

Since the launch of the scheme, more than around 9 lakh visas have been issued. At present, on an average, 3,500 e-tourist visas are being granted daily to foreign nationals.

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July 26, 2016

Indian traditions of Yoga and Ayurveda to be promoted by WHO

Filed under: Ayurveda, Ayurveda learning, Panchakarma treatment — Tags: , , — nisharavi123 @ 5:08 pm

The Ministry of AYUSH has signed an agreement with World Health Organisation for promotion of traditional Indian systems of medicine, including Yoga andAyurveda, globally.

The agreement seeks to achieve cooperation in promoting “quality, safety and effectiveness of service provision in traditional and complementary medicine.

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January 12, 2014

US Patent for Ayurveda Drug

Prof. G.P. Dubey, professor emeritus of the faculty of ayurveda, Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS)-BHU, has   secured a US patent for his ayurvedic medicine that claims to slow down the ageing process, works in prevention and management of senile dementia and age-related neurodegenerative changes. A Chennai-based firm is all set to start commercial production of the medicine.

Prof. G.P. Dubey, professor emeritus of the faculty of ayurveda, Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS)-BHU, who has obtained the patent on products prepared out of three medicinal plants — Bacopa monnieri, Dioscorea bulbifera, and Hippophae rhamnoides — said that the medicine would be affordable for the common man.

The professor told reporters in Varanasi that global attention is gradually shifting to traditional forms of medicine to meet the health care needs of the general population and India has a rich tradition in the ayurveda, Siddha and Unani systems of medicine. Read in full here.

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Rationalising Ayurveda Medicines

Professor M.S. Valiathan of Manipal University and  Professor Subhash Lakhotia of Banaras Hindu university has initiated programs to understand some ayurvedic medications using the tools of modern biology. They were trying to understand how Traditional Medicine  works using the knowledge we have gained using the tools of modern chemistry, molecular and cell biology, genetics and pharmacology.

To do so, they collaborated with the famous Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Sala and had the formulations made as per recorded practices, determined the components using modern methods of chromatography, ensured no lot-to-lot variations, and thus made certain of the quality, purity and identity of the test material. Read in full here.

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December 15, 2013

Infertility – An Ayurvedic treatment opinion

Filed under: Ayurveda, medicinal plants, traditional remedies — ayurvedam @ 12:44 pm

Here’s a discussion on infertility issues:

Ayurveda has a well worked out routine to help women conceive. Of course, this has to be tailored to the needs of every individual.

There are certain herbs which are commonly used such as Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) Poonaikali (Mucuna pruriens) Bhilawa (Salmalia Malabarica) Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera) and Kumari (Aloe Vera) which are very helpful in generally toning up the uterine system.[Read More here …]

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February 12, 2012

Dhara Yanthram

Filed under: Ayurveda, Dhara — Tags: , , , , , — ayurvedam @ 2:38 pm

Here’s an attempt to use modern technology to deliver Ayurveda treatments – Using an machine for Dhara: Dhara Yanthram(meaning Dhara machine).

“The ‘dhara yanthram’, is a pioneering attempt in the markets of Kerala, while such experimental attempts are yet to hit the markets elsewhere,” said Venu of the Poornima Panchakarma Equipment, the designer group of the automatic dharayanthram.

This product is now on display at the ongoing Ayurveda Festival being held here and has a price tag of Rs.20,000.

Recommended for maladies such as insomnia, mental disorders, neurasthenia, memory loss and certain skin diseases, the ‘dhara’ is a process by which herbal oil is allowed to flow on the forehead in a special method for about 45 minutes in a day for 7 to 21 days[Ayurveda goes high-tech]

January 19, 2010

Cobra Venom and it’s effects on Arthritis

The knowledge which was known to Ayurveda practitioners for hundreds of years is being given serious thought now. It’s being verified that Ayurveda treatment for Arthritis using Cobra venom could reduce pain as well arrest further damage from Arthritis.

Such anecdotal claims, including teachings in India’s centuries’ old Ayurveda traditional medicine system, may hold some truth. Venom from cobras may not only treat arthritis, but also prevent further damage from the condition.

Scientists have just determined that Indian monocellate cobra venom displayed anti-arthritic activity during lab tests on rodents, according to a paper that will be in the February-March issue of the journal Toxicon.

While clinical trials on humans are still needed, a cobra venom arthritis ointment is in the works, lead author Antony Gomes told Discovery News.

“We have already prepared such an oil-based preparation (for topical application), which is showing very promising results on humans,” Gomes, a professor of physiology at the University of Calcutta, said.[Cobra Venom Erases Arthritis Symptoms]

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December 17, 2008

AYUSH – yearend review

Department of Ayush was created by Government of India to consolidate holistic medicine – Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Sidha, Naturopathy, Homeopathy. The press release from AYUSH looks back into its activities for the year 2008.

What were once the preferred systems of health care for the masses are increasingly getting confined to a small section of western educated urban elite. As part of the strategy to bring back these systems into the mainstream the unique initiative of launching National Campaigns on select AYUSH themes was taken, the themes were developed keeping in mind specific areas of strengths that the different systems of AYUSH have. The broad format of the National Campaigns envisages the launch of the campaigns by a 2 day workshop at the National level followed by workshops at the State level and then at the district and sub-district levels. Thus a cascading effect is envisioned to spread the outcomes of the National Workshops from the Centre upto the district and the panchayat levels. So far four such campaigns have been launched. The first in the series being on Ksharsutra, which is an Ayurvedic para surgical procedure for treatment of Ano-rectal disorders. The technique not only stands duly validated by ICMR, but is being practiced by modern doctors in countries like Japan for over 20 years now. The Second was Homoeopathy for mother and child care. As we all know the health care needs of children and especially pregnant and lactating mothers are very different from the population at large. Homoeopathy being safe, effective, palatable and free from side effects is ideally suited to meet this need. The third Campaign was “Ayurveda for Geriatric Care”. The fact that the global population today is becoming increasingly gray is well documented. The chronic inflammatory and degenerative conditions that the elderly suffer from need special care, but with a health infrastructure already creaking under the burden of a growing population, care of the elderly is not a priority. Given this backdrop, Ayurveda provides the ideal health option with its Rasayana therapy which is a dedicated branch of Ayurveda for the care of the elderly. This was one of the 8 branches of Ayurveda developed millennia ago, and today in 21st century we are looking to it for solutions. The fourth campaign was on Quality Assurance of AYUSH drugs[AYUSH: An year of consolidation ].

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