Decoding Ramayan

Ram is not just a prince, he is god destined to walk the earth to rid it of demons. But unlike Krishna in Mahabharat, who is also an incarnation of Vishnu and has the same purpose as Ram; Ram is

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Matter & Spirit

Krisna gives the analogy of the field and says – The body is the ksetra, field. Know Me as the ksetrajna, Knower-of-field in all fields. He divides the field, matter, into thirty-one segments. The Spirit is different from them. Children enjoy playing

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Ayurvedic Research Work: Shortcomings and Solutions

Any research work becomes valid and widely accepted when it is published in peer review journals. Documentation and publication of research findings is the main issue faced by Ayurveda in the global arena. During last two decades, use of Ayurveda

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Clinical Trials: Need to Change our Ways

Many a times, when we hear the word ‘Research’ we probably create an image of ourselves doing something fascinating, big or discovering or inventing something new. But if we go deeper the definition of this word is hidden in it

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Clinical Trial: Raising Standards of Treatment

Homeopathy is an evidence-based system of medicine, empirical medicine. Here drug proving is done systematically on Healthy human beings and not on lower animals as all drugs are tissue proteins specific. Homoeopathy is a system of medical practice that treats

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Compliance, Claims & Clinical trials

Ayurveda, Unani and Sidhha, drugs will remain a controversial topic. There are two schools of thoughts, one advocates clinical trials in the name of validation of ASU drugs and another say it is a question mark on authenticity of Ayurveda.

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Clinical Trials in Unani Medicine

The core philosophy of Unani medicine was conceptualized by Hippocrates (460-370 BC). The system owes its present form to the Arabs who not only saved much of the Greek literature by translating it into Arabic but also enriched the medicine

By Dr. Malik Itrat Posted on

Ayurvedic and Yogic Management of PCOD

Symptoms of PCOD include Amenorrhea or infrequent menstruation, irregular bleeding, infrequent or no ovulation, multiple immature follicles, increased levels of male hormones, male pattern baldness or thinning hair, excess facial and body hair growth, acne, oily skin or dandruff, dark

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The Gift

There once lived a great warrior. Though quite old, he still was able to defeat any challenger. His reputation extended far and wide throughout the land and many students gathered to study under him. One day an infamous young warrior

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Remedies for menstrual troubles

In the scriptural tradition of Ayurveda, the details about women’s ailments do not occupy a leading position. The woman is highly venerated as sexual partner and for progeny and there is abundant information available on these two themes. However, about

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