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Ayurvedic Self-Cure- For Common & Chronic Ailments

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Item Code: UAZ150
Author: Ch. Murali Manohar
Publisher: V&S PUBLISHERS, Delhi
Language: English
Edition: 2019
ISBN: 9789350578032
Pages: 144
Other Details 9.50 X 7.00 inch
Weight 260 gm
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About the Book
Ayurveda is a vast medicinal science. It is said to have been originated in India about 5000 years back. Unlike other medicinal systems, Ayurveda- focuses more on healthy living than treatment of diseases. The main concept of Ayurveda is that it personalizes the healing process. According to Ayurveda, the human body is composed of four basics the dosha, dhatu, mala and agni. There is immense significance of all these basics of the body in Ayurveda. These are also called the Mool Siddhant or the basic fundamentals of Ayurvedic treatment. Through 10 chapters, the author Dr.Murli Manohar explains the diseases associated with digestive system, respiratory system, heart & circulatory system, nervous system, urinary system, joint diseases, skin & hair problems, eye problems, problems specific to females and other miscellaneous health issues. He has made it easy to understand each disease by giving its symptoms, self-help guidelines and specific remedies.

This book is in your hands because of the incidents that took place in my life.

The first one relates to my father Dr. Chirumamilla Ranga Rao, an eminent Ayurveda physician who has imbibed both science and spirit of Ayurveda (he is currently working for Maharshi Mahesh Yogi's Vedic University and Ayurveda Research Centre, Holland). When I was studying Intermediate, an arthritis patient with severe disability was brought on a stretcher to his clinic. After visiting several doctors belonging to various medical systems, he consulted my father as a last resort and this was enough to arouse my curiosity to watch his progress. After three months of Ayurvedic treatment, when he started moving about on his own, I found myself admiring this particular system of medicine. Consequently, I appeared for entrance test for B.A.MS. (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery).

The second incident took place when I was doing my post graduation. I was travel- ling in a train and a fellow traveller asked me, on learning about my qualification, why anybody should bother about Ayurveda when one can guard his health through easily available allopathic medicines. Then I explained to him that Ayurveda does not confine itself to treat a disease but goes much beyond. It tells how one has to lead his life, correlate body and mind, and take precautionary measures to prevent diseases. I told him that it is nature's prescription to physical as well as mental diseases that plague a person and that it is ancient wisdom best suited for modern man. At the end of the session, he vowed that he would opt for Ayurveda. Since I had no better thing to do during a journey, I could spend enough time to enlighten him. But what about the others who do not have proper idea about so called National Medical Treatment of this country? I decided to convey the teachings of Ayurveda by putting them on paper.

These three incidents made me think about ways and means to convey this ancient knowledge to public in a way that was simple and easy to understand. Since I believe that more than the foreign systems, Ayurveda is in tune with Indian way of living, I thought it is easy to convince the public if written in a native tongue. I discussed the concept with a young editor of a popular Telugu weekly and he readily agreed to give me a regular column in his publication, Andhra Jyothi.

I wish to acknowledge my debt to Shri Ram Avtar Gupta, Managing Director of Pustak Mahal, for agreeing to publish the book. But the book would not have taken shape if my efforts have not come to the notice of Shri S.K. Roy, Editor of Pustak Mahal. He compiled my articles, edited, and presented them systematically in book form. I am grateful to him.

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