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07
Mar

Ayurvedic drugs superior than their allopathic counterparts

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Many ayurvedic drugs have been discovered to be far more effective than the allopathic medicines. The modern drugs lots of time neglect the fact that when two patients having same disease are administered the same drug; it may not show the same effect on both of them. This is due to the fact that each...Read More

09
Feb

Indian Alternative treatment Ayurveda becoming popular in Malaysia

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Alternative treatments like the Indian Ayurveda and Siddha together with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is fast gaining ground in Malaysia. Experts in Malaysia are now contemplating taking India’s help to further the further the cause of these alternative treatment amongst the Malaysians. The...Read More

12
Jan

Ayurvedic Amalika Rasayana-the key to DNA repair and thus anti-ageing

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Have we unearthed the secret to ageing? Is the Ayurvedic Amalika Rasayana prepared by Arya Vaidyasala, Kottakkal, Kerala, hold the key to anti-ageing by halting DNA damage. This research was conducted by Centers for Biotechnology and Innovative Research, Institute of Science and Technology, Jawaharlal...Read More

30
Dec

Ayurveda used globally to combat chronic diseases

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“Ayurveda” is being constantly used all across the globe to overpower various chronic conditions, including Diabetes and Rheumatoid Arthritis, B.V.A Rama Rao, founding chairman of the Srikakulam District Botanical Society said. At the recent international convention organized in Bengaluru,...Read More

24
Dec

500 Medicinal plants mentioned in ‘Charaka Samhita' going to be displayed

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More than 500 varieties of medicinal plants which have been cited in Charaka Samhita, the oldest text of Ayurveda on Internal Medicine is going to be displayed at the Indian Biodiversity Congress, 2010. The exhibition is going to be organized at the Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium complex from December...Read More

16
Dec

Ayurveda the safest bet for Indians

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Speaking at the first convocation of National Institute of Pharmaceutical and Educational Research (NIPER) held in Lucknow on Wednesday, Lalji Singh, a CSIR Bhatnagar Fellow and former director of CCM, Hyderabad said, “India should work for predictive and preventive medicine and bring these in...Read More

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