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Skin Care through Ayurveda Advanced Research in Ayurveda – A study on Mucositis Dr. David AyurvedaGram Frawley’s visit to
Care at AyurvedaGram
Ayurvedic medicines are prescribed to guests at AyurvedaGram to help relieve back pains, sciatic pain, numbness, itching, swelling, Arthritis or such symptoms associated with specific diseases as well as to negate the illeffects that may arise from modern lifestyle and food habits. Ayurvedic medication supplements the natural healing process of the body. Medication is vital for perfect health, more so, if one is unwell. In Ayurveda, medication is broadly classified under two categories – ingestible medicines and external applications. Overall, Ayurvedic medication helps soothe the body and mind by keeping the tridosha’s balanced. Administering the prescribed medication at the correct time, in the required dosages, is a key for the healing process. These medicines, prescribed by the doctors for your specific ailment, would be left in your room at specific times of the day with legible instructions so that you could have them on time. The Ayurveda system of medication often supports or acts as an adjuvant to allopathic medication that enhances the overall effectiveness in treating the condition. Our expert Doctors at AyurvedaGram prescribe medication and therapy based on an individual’s specific need to each one of our guests. Ayurveda helps you in attaining complete wellness balancing body and mind through its holistic approach. by
AyurvedaGram has a system of follow-up where you could contact us from home on completion of your treatments here. Our doctors would respond to your queries immediately and would ensure that your medication reaches your local destination on time. Any clarifications ranging from changes in your lifestyle to enquiries about future visits could also be communicated to CONTACT US AT:
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Advanced Research in Ayurveda
Ayurvedic formulation treats side-effects arising from radiation therapies
Dr Nibin John, Medical Officer, AyurvedaGram, Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre
Recently, a human clinical research study on an Ayurvedic formulation Triphala Choornam was conducted by Dr Nibin John, Medical Officer, AyurvedaGram Vydehi; supported by Dr. Naveen, Dr. Geetha Narayan, Dr. Durga Prasanna, Vydehi Institute of Oncology and Research center. The formulation used is an oral rinsing solution with water and honey. It proved to be effective in treating oral mucosistis (inflammation and ulceration that occurs in the mouth of cancer patients undergoing chemo or radiation therapy. Triphala Choornam - An Ayurvedic formulation that consists of three herbal ingredients i.e. Amalaki, Abhya and Vibhithaki. It is prepared by powdering and mixing equal quantities of the above dried herbs. The Ayurvedic therapeutic action of these ingredients is substantiated in the corner section of this page.
Ayurvedic therapeutic ingredients
Method of usage
5gm (01 Tsp.) of Triphala Ayurvedic reference fine powder was mixed in Rasam : Pancha Rasam (lavana 200ml of water and boiled. varjitham) The decoction was cooled to Viryam: Shitham room temperature and one Vipakam : Madhuram teaspoon of honey was Indicated in conditions of peptic ulcers, mixed with it. The patients erysipelas, mucositis, stomatitis, were encouraged to rinse anemia, hemorrhages, intermittent vigorously for at least 30 fever, and diabetes mellitus. seconds and retain the (Reference: Bhvaprakasham) decoction in the mouth for 3-5 minutes before 2. Abhaya spitting/swallowing.
Botanical name: Terminalia chebula Part used: Dried fruit without seed
1. Amalaki English name : Goose berry Botanical name : Emblica officinalis Part used: Dried fruit (without seed)
The study was carried out eight weeks on 10 patients. these 10 patients, 3 patients Indicated in conditions of wounds, were irregular in rinsing. The mucositis, diabetes mellitus, chronic patients who were on regular constipation and diseases associated with oral rinse with Triphala did not obesity. (Reference: Bhavaprakasham) produce mucositis above grade two until the end of radiotherapy and 3. Vibhithaki chemotherapy. This has helped Botanical name: Terminalia bellarica Part them continue radiotherapy and used: Dried fruit without seed chemotherapy sessions without Ayurvedic reference taking any treatment breaks. Rasam :Kashayam
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It is indicated in conditions of wounds, microbial and fungal infections, cough, constipation, and oral infections. (Reference: Bhavaprakasham )
Skin Care through Ayurveda
Dr. Aiswarya Mohan, Resident Medical Officer, AyurvedaGram
Ayurveda for centuries has played an important role in human life and in the sphere of beauty and glamour. Paste of grated cucumber removes excess oil According to Ayurveda, beauty of the from the skin. skin is the external reflection of internal health and appropriate daily care of the skin. The secret of youth and beauty is the proper circulation of vital body fluids and regular discharge of toxins out of the system. The emphasis is on self- knowledge and development of positive routines and habits that could bring out the best in each and every individual. You need to have a healthy life-style to get healthy skin. Diet - Recommendations: Increased fruits and leafy vegetables with grains and fiber rich foods Reduce spicy, oily and fried items with moderate salt as it may lead to puffiness of eyelids. Avoid chocolates, sweets and junk food.
1/4 of smashed ripe banana mixed with sandal powder and honey and applied as face pack, removes dead skin and makes the skin smoother. 1/2 tsp of rose water mixed with 1 tsp of honey, applied on the face, left for 20 minutes and then washed helps soothe dry skin. Smearing fresh Aloe Vera juice moisturizes the skin. Massaging your Regimen to add almond your skin, is face regularly with sheen toor olive oil naturally
Home Remedies: Rose water is one of the best known natural skin toners. Neem is an excellent remedy for pimples. Applying paste of neem leaves for half an hour over affected area helps in drying the pimples faster.
Events Dr. David Frawley visits AyurvedaGram
On October 26, 2009 AyurvedaGram was honored by the presence of Dr. David Frawley, respectfully known as Pandit Vamadev Shastri, and his partner Shambaviji. He was warmly received by Col. Krishnan (General Manager), Dr. Manmohan (Medical Superintendent), Dr. Jayarajan, (Chief Medical Officer), Dr. Aiswarya, (Resident Medical Officer) and Mr. Subash Mohanty, (Yoga master). He underwent therapies during his stay and appreciated AyurvedaGram’s sincere attachment to the ethics and principles of Ayurveda and Yoga as handed down by the ancient seers. Dr. Frawley is well known for his deep insight of the Vedas and was instrumental in propagating the positive effects of Yoga and Ayurveda to the Western world. He is the founder director of the American Institute for Vedic Studies at Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dr. Frawley has several works that include, “How I became a Hindu”, “The Myth of the Aryan Invasion of India”, “In Search of the Cradle of Civilization” etc. One of Dr. Frawley’s greatest teachings is that while healing, emphasis should be on the healing of the individual who is suffering from the disease rather than the healing of the disease itself. This holds much significance in the world today where the skill of the physician is measured against the range and quantity of medicines prescribed and the plethora of diagnostic procedures suggested. We, at AyurvedaGram, consider ourselves privileged to receive the appreciation Dr. Frawley, a great advocate of Yoga and Ayurveda.
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