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Light on Ayurveda Journal                      

Fall 2012

Fall 2012, Vol. 11, Issue 1

Pancamahabhutas and Natural Remedies of Diseases
By Radhey Shyam Kaushal
Triple Sense Organ Deficiency: Case Study
By Alakanada Devi
Ayurvedic Management of Sjögren's Syndrome
By Dr.Sanjeev Sood
Therapeutic Application of "Fats"
A Classical Ayurvedic Approach of Snehana

By Dr. L.Mahadevan and Dr. Vijayendra S. Murthy
Naturopathic and Yogic Intervention in the
Management of Coronary Artery Disease

By Rajiv Rastogi

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Winter 2012

Winter 2012, Vol. 11, Issue 2

Modern Scientific View of Ayurveda
By Bal Ram Singh and Raj Kumar
Psychosomatic Association in Mood and Anxiety Disorders
By Sridhar Maddela
Creating Sattva Througth Ayurveda
By Vijay Jain
Clinical Evaluation of Prsniparni in Management of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding (Asrigdara)
By B.N Vishwesh, D. Mishra and M. Sinha
Ayurveda: A Term that Lacks a Working Definition within the Context of Health Care Provision
By Vijayendra Murthy
Living What You Teach
By Marc Halpren
Light on Science Discovery
By Diana Lurie

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spring 2013

Spring 2013, Vol. 11, Issue 3

Pitta and Agni

Alzheimer's Disease in Ayurveda

Treatment of 'hikka'(chronic hiccup)

Management of Primary Obesity Through Virechana

Membrane Resting Potentials and Tridosha Prakrti applied to Animal Behaviour

Starting Time Dependence of Yield in Raniket Vaccine Production

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summer 2013

Summer 2013, Vol. 11, Isuue 4

Interstitial Cystities-Case Study

Ayurvedic Approach to Weight Management

Experiments in Astromedicine

Food as a Rasayana

Quintessence in Ayurveda

Use of Bitter Food for 'Sweet' Conditions

Meditation, Mindfulness and Bi-polar

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fall 2013

Fall 2013, Vol. 11, Isuue 5

An Evidence Basis for the Health Benefits of Meditation and Yoga Nidra

The Parallels between Yoga and Ayurveda

Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy - The Path Towards Sattva

Integrating Yoga and Ayurveda For Therapeutic Purposes

Yoga and Ayurveda - Complementary Systems of Healing for Use in Integrative Medicine

Cognitive Process - A Comparision Between Yoga Philosophy and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

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Ayurveda is a science of natural health care that originated in India as a sister science to yoga. It is approximately 5,000 years old and yet its teachings are timeless..
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