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Handbook of Ayurvedic Medicine

 
O P Gupta (Author)
Synopsis Ayurveda is a natural and universal therapy since the time immemorial, fulfilling the aims and goals with positive health, of human being.  It is still in practice-world-wide in deferent different forms, and the acceptance of Ayurvedic regimen and phyto-therapy are increasing day-by-day after high tech scientific researches. The people are now attracting to-ward Ayurvedic treatment, to avoid side effects of chemical and synthetic compound, and people desires to know about Ayurvedic medicine.  To full fill the needs of common people, both physician and Ayurvedic scholars, this book has been framed.  The book will give an idea of Ayurvedic concept and aspects of preventive and curative treatments, the material of thisbook has been collected from various sources, including Ayurvedic classics.  The Nomenclature and modern correlation are on the basis of observations of clinical pictures, as for tropical diseases, Jwar, Malaria, Kalajar, Filaria has been described as visham-jwar, Malaria, Kalajar, Filaria has been described as visham-Jwar for better diagnosis and treatment, where the role of krimi are also mentioned.
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About the author

O P Gupta

O.P. Gupta (b. 1948) has since 1982, been a political activist. He obtained his M.Phil. degree in 1982 from Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University, Agra. He has attended a number of national and international seminars and conferences at which he presented papers on aspects of Indian politics.

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Bibliographic information

Title Handbook of Ayurvedic Medicine
Author O P Gupta
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8186937757
length 256p., Figures; References; Bibliography; 23cm.