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Light on Ayurveda Journal                      

Fall 2010

Fall 2010, Vol. 9, Issue 1

Embracing the Many Paths of Spiritual
Healing: Health and Joy in Daily Life
By Swami sadashiva Tirtha
The Vedic Roots of Ayurveda
By Jay Glaser
Ayurveda and Disease: A Philosophical
Perspective from Bhagavad-Gãtà
and Bhàgavata Puràõa
By Monica Bhatia, Pandit Atul Krshna Das

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Winter 2010

Winter 2010, Vol. 9, Issue 2

Massage Therapy in Ayurveda:
Therapeutic and Pharmacological Considerations
By Vasant C.Patil
A Case of Severe Xerosis and Pruritus of the Legs
By Kul Anand, MD
Neem: A Herb to Enhance Healing Both
within Yourself and in Your Environment
By Brenda Igler

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Spring 2011

Spring 2011, Vol. 9, Issue 3

A CaseStudy
Using Jànubasti toTreatOsteoarthritis of the Knee
By Anupama Kizhakkeveettil, Parla S. Jayagopal
What does the Hypothalamus do?
The Brain andAyurveda
By S. Suarez-Rubio
Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy (ABeautiful Modern Expression of Two Ancient Sister Sciences)
By Rolf Jost
An Ayurvedic Therapy (DoughBastiis)
By Julie Wardwell

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Summer 2011

Summer 2011, Vol. 9, Isuue 4

How Ayurveda See Obesity
By L Eduardo Cardona-Sanclemente
Pancakarma (Exploring through Evidences)
By Sanjeev Rastogi
Herbs, Ionizing Radiation, Degenerative
Diseases and Ecological Medicine
By Prashanti De Jager
Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus
By Alakananda Devi
Honey (An Ancient Funtional Food)
By M.B.Kavita

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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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