Acknowledgements I would like to express my appreciation to California College of Ayurveda, this course of study offered by Dr. Marc Halpern has been life changing and I look forward to continuing my studies so … More »
Many women at some point in their menstruating years experience some of the countless symptoms that go along with PMS. This review of literature is focused on the understanding of the disorder comparatively from a western and Ayurvedic perspective.
Introduction: symptoms & classifications of diverticular disease. Diverticular disease is a chronic gastrointestinal tract condition in which pockets, also know as ‘diverticula,’ form at weak points in the mucosa and sub-mucosa layers of the colonic … More »
“The doctors of the future will give no medicine but will instruct his patients the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause of prevention of disease.” Thomas Edison In modern society, … More »
In women, hormones are a pivotal part of keeping mind, body and spirit balanced. A healthy woman is a woman whose hormones are in balance. Irregular fluctuations, lack or excessive amounts of reproductive hormones in … More »
Nature’s Use of Fever ॐ Ragadi Rogan Satatanusaktan Asesa Kaya Prasrutanasesan Autsukya Moharatitan Jaghana Yo Purva Vyidyaya Namosutu Tasmi ॐ शािन्तः शािन्तः शािन्तः Sarra Kaufman California College of Ayurveda Term 2016-2017 The basis … More »
Abstract: Migraine headache is one of the most severe types of headaches. A large percentage of patients fail pharmaceutical treatments for acute migraine attacks or preventing measures. Migraine sufferers can benefit from alternative therapies (biofeedback, … More »
Introduction This paper discusses the treatment of hypothyroidism and its associated diseases. Modern western treatment is discussed followed by Ayurvedic treatment. A review of current research into ayurvedic herbal and lifestyle treatments is provided, and comparisons to classical … More »
Extreme cleansing and exercise protocols have become popular with the hopes of restoring youth, longevity, and vitality, but according to Ayurveda, a 5,000 year old healing science, practicing rejuvenating therapies, or rasayana chikitsa in Sanskrit, are essential to maintaining a healthy body and mind.
Bronchial Asthma is a reversible, chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. It leads to recurrent episodes of wheezing, breathlessness tightness of chest and cough particularly at night or early morning.