Ayurveda Pulse Diagnosis | Nadı Parıksa
The first Ayurvedic classic to describe pulse examination is Saarangadhara Samhita (13th century A.D.). Ayurvedic physician touches your wrist to sense pulse to probe deep into general state of health, illness and even bad prognosis. The wrist pulse on the right hand is for the men and on the left hand for the women. During pulse examination, Ayurvedic doctors look for various factors, they are:
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11 Rejuvenating Ayurvedic Resorts in Kerala for All Budgets
If you're looking for whole-body healing during your vacation, relax your mind, body, and spirit at these resorts in Kerala along India's Malabar Coast.
Ayurveda Eye Diagnosis | Netra Pariksha
Ayurveda diagnosis of eye called netra pariksha helps to assess dosha, physical and mental health of the individual. Eye Diagnosis (Netra pariksha) – Dosha Vata eyes look small, nervous, drooping eyelids, and dry. Eyelashes are scanty. The sclera (white area of eye) is often dull or muddy. The iris is dark, grey-brown or black. The eyebrows will be thin and irregular.
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9 Ayurvedic Morning Rituals | Yoga + Ayurveda Practices and Routine
Jump start your morning with Ayurvedic routines to keep your mind and body balanced and healthy throughout the day.
Panchakarma: The Detoxification Therapy in Ayurveda
‘Panch’ means five and ‘Karma’ means therapy or action. Panchakarma refers to an intensive detoxification program using five actions or procedures to remove toxins from the body and mind. These five actions are: Vamana – emesis / induced therapeutic vomiting Virechana – purgation Asthsapana Vasti – Herbal Decoction or oil [.....]
A few essentials on Ayurveda Ayurveda or the science of life was described and detailled in a number of ancients indian texts transcribed...