Arguably the oldest type of health care, Ayurveda is usually cited as the "Mother of All Healing" though there has been hefty scientific research done in this area during the last fifty years, the results of that analysis haven't been adequately disseminated. Meeting the necessity for an authoritative, evidence-based reference, Scientific Basis for Ayurvedic Therapies is the 1st book to analyse and synthesise current research supporting Ayurvedic medication.
This book reviews the most recent scientific info, evaluates the analysis knowledge, and presents it in a simple to use format. The editor has rigorously chosen topics based on the availability of scientific studies and also the prevalence of an illness. With contributions from experts in their several fields, topics include Ayurvedic illness management, panchakarma, Ayurvedic Bahamas, this status of Ayurveda in India, clinical analysis design, and analysis of typical clinical trials of certain diseases, to call just a few.
While there are several books dedicated to Ayurveda, only a few have any in-depth basis in scientific studies. This book provides an important analysis of literature, clinical trials, and biochemical and pharmacologic studies on major Ayurvedic therapies that demonstrate however they're supported by scientific knowledge. Providing a natural bridge from Ayurveda to Western medication, Scientific Basis for Ayurvedic Therapies facilitates the combination of those therapies by health care providers. This is among best books on Ayurveda in English in many aspects, especially easy ayurvedic learning.
|Book Author||Lakshmi Chandra Mishra (ed.)|