This book reflects over twenty years of study, practice and analysis on ancient Indian Medication, remarked as Ayurvedic medication or Ayurveda. Ayurvedic medication has many alternative branches, one such is Ayurvedic acupuncture. this could be termed as an accessory therapy since it absolutely was utilised in conjunction with other forms to affect healing. It belongs more correctly to the branch of surgery, one among the eight medical disciplines of Ayurveda. acupuncture is the most unique and conspicuous feature of Chinese medication. Ayurvedic medication does not contain such a clearly visible system of pressure point therapy in its practice today as does acupuncture, yet it does contain traces of such a system. Ayurvedic books contain classifications of special points, referred to as marmas or “sensitive” points.
The science of Marma was shrouded in mystery for a long time because it was taught solely to certain people; to stop its misuse. Marma science has many aspects associated with alternative sciences like martial art, yoga etc. this is often the first book that has the place along of these aspects with marma points. This is among one of the best books on Yoga and Ayurveda recommended by renowned scholars. This book is a must for anyone who is even remotely concerned regarding Ayurveda, the ancient healing system of Bharat.
|Book Author||Avinash Lele, Subhash Rande, David Frawley|
|Edition||1st Reprint ed.|
|Publisher||Chaukhamba Sanskrit Pratishthan|