Ayurveda: A Beginners Guide

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Chakrapani’s first E-book on “A beginners guide on Ayurveda” having all essential information for a beginner. Ayurvedic dictionary is also included for your convenience.

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  • Origin of Ayurveda
  • Introduction to Ayurveda
  • Definition of Ayurveda
  • Objective of Ayurveda
  • Branches of Ayurveda
  • Pioneers of Ayurveda
  • Famous texts of Ayurveda
  • Shad Darshana – Six philosophies
  • Moola Prakriti – The primordial matter
  • Adi-Purusha – The root consciousness
  • Purusha and Its Twenty four component
  • Tanmatra and Mahabhuta
  • Indriya and Mana
  • Definition of Dosha
  • Properties & Mahabhautika constitution of Dosha Types and locations of Dosha
  • Vata Dosha : Leader of all dosha
  • Pitta Dosha : The biological fire
  • Kapha Dosha : Cohesive energy
  • Etiology of vitiation of Dosha
  • Introduction to Prakriti
  • Classification of Prakriti
  • Analysis of Sharira Prakriti
  • Characteristics of Prakriti
  • Manas Prakriti
  • Food compatibility according to Prakriti
  • Lifestyle modification according to Prakriti
  • Formation of Dhatu
  • Normal functions of Dhatu
  • Symptoms of imbalance in the Dhatu
  • Ojas
  • Upadhatu
  • Mala
  • Types of Srotas
  • Dysfunctions of Srotas
  • Introduction to Agni
  • Types of Agni
  • Breakdown of food by various Agni
  • Ama: the undigested elements
  • Concept of health
  • Three supporting pillars of life - 'Trayopastambha'
  • Three causes of diseases
  • Shat Kriya Kala : Six stages of disease manifestation
  • Introduction to Mana
  • Functions of Mana
  • Triguna (Three Properties) of Mana
  • Concepts of Buddhi (intellect)
  • Ritucharya : Seasonal regimen
  • Dinacharya : Daily regimen
  • Pariksha (Examination)
  • Rogi Pariksha : Examination of the patient
  • Roga Pariksha : Examination of the disease
  • Nidana Panchaka : Five diagnostic points
  • The meaning of Chikitsa (Treatment)
  • Principles of Chikitsa
  • Definition of Marma
  • Concept of Prana
  • Marma and their constituents
  • Classification of Marma
  • Introduction to Dravyaguna
  • Attributes of Dravya
  • Rasa : The six tastes
  • Guna : Pharmacological property
  • Karma : Pharmacological action of the drug
  • Effect of Bhaishajya Kalpana (Pharmaceutical processing) on the properties of Dravya
  • Introduction to Panchakarma
  • Three steps of Panchakarma
  • Snehana : Ayurvedic Oleation Therapy
  • Swedana : Fomentation Therapy
  • Vamana : Ayurvedic Emesis Therapy
  • Virechana : Ayurvedic Purgation Therapy
  • Basti Karma : Ayurvedic Enema Therapy
  • Nasya Karma : Errhine Therapy
  • Introduction to Rasayana
  • Types of Rasayana therapy
  • Introduction to Vajikarana
  • Classification of Vajikarana Dravya
  • Vrishya Dravya (Aphrodisiac Drugs)
  • Interpretation of Ayurvedic Terminologies in the Area of Human Sexual Behavior

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