Aushadha Sevana Kaala/Medicine administration Time recommended in Ayurveda

  Introduction: Kaala is one of the nine Kaaran`a Dravya, which are responsible for the origin (initiation) and maintenance of the Universe and hence for human life. Every event in the nature and in human life is deeply affected by Kaala. Ayurveda emphasizes on the manifold effects of Kaala on human life. Dominance of Kaala is revealed in all the events; such as birth, growth,...

What is Health ? Modern And Ayurvedic View

What is Health ? According to WHO health is defined as “the complete state  of physical, mental and social well being and not merely an absence of disease or infirmity”.               Charateristics of Health  In Ayurvedic View, Health is not merly absence of disease.A healthy individual has not only a healthy body but also a healthy mind. He has...

Dasha Pushpa (Ten Flowers) & Its Medical Importance

Dasha Pushpa means Ten Flowers. They are categorized together due to its medicinal power and sacred importance. They are used for medicines, decorative purposes such as making the floral arrangements, auspicious ceremonies, prayers etc. Even though they are known for flowers, their leaves also have equal importance. They are used either as ten flowers...

Karna Vedhana Samskara/Ear lobule puncturing practice in Ayurveda

  Prakaara Paribhaashaa: Ear lobule puncture of a baby.   Description: Kala/Vaya/Ahoraatra/Ritu/Bhukta This procedure should be done in the 6th, 7th or 8th month after the birth of the baby. The procedure should be conducted in S`heeta Ritu and that too in S`hukla Paksha.   Poorvakarma (Prerequisites): Mangalaacharan`a, Svastivaachana   Patient preparation: The baby should be held by the Dhaatree or the Kumaaradharaa in his or her lap. The baby should be entertained with toys.   Medicine preparation: Aama Taila (oil that oozes out after piercing...

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