Dr. Mahadevaiha | Ayurvedalya, Raja Rajeshwari Nagara With each passing day more and more people are flocking towards ayurveda. The disillusion with allopathy is quite understandable as people are now interested in long term solutions i.e. curing the root of the problem and not just some temporary quick fix. Let us discuss three main areas
Dr. Sandhya Bhat | Ayurvedalya, Chandra Layout I met Shruti last week. A slim, very talkative girl, who works as copywriter in a leading advertising company. From the looks she was appeared as a healthy individual, however, her anxious movements signalled something is wrong. After a half an hour of consultation, I got to know,
Dr. Brahmanand Nayak | RT Nagar Sheena ( name changed ) was the favourite student among the teachers. Good in studies. Good in sports. And good in co-curricular activities. Above all she was good to get along with. She had lots of friends. She excelled in Class X board exams.She secured 92% in SSLC and
Dr. Vijayeta Nayak | Ayurvedalaya, BTM Layout No two people are same then why should their medicines be same?According to Ayurveda every person is made of a combination of five basic elements found in the universe: Space Air Fire Water Earth These elements then combine in our body to form three kind of energies, called
Dr. Maithri Hegde | Ayurvedalaya, Banasawadi Triphala churna is refined and powdered form of three fruits . The word triphala comes from two Sanskrit words,Tri which means three and phala means fruits. The powder of three fruits namely, Amalaki, Haritaki and Bibhitaki is triphala churna.Triphala is termed as ‘the nectar for life’ in CharakaSamhita and SusrutaSamhita.
Dr. Madhura Karthik | BSK 2nd Stage Famous spiritual speaker Deepak Chopra once said “The first question an Ayurvedic physician asks is not ‘What disease does my patient have?’ but ‘Who is my patient?’ By ‘who,’ the physician does not mean your name, but how you are constituted.” This impressive quote elaborates the difference between