ebook- Ayurvedic Physiology

Ayurvedic Physiology  As Ayurveda is becoming popular and complete Ayurvedic courses are being conducted at various Institutes throughout the World, students are naturally demanding for text books on various subjects for deeper study of Ayurveda. This text book explaining all the topics on Physiology or Sharira Kriya for the students as well for enthusiastic readers.

Authors : Dr.Subhash Ranade  &  Dr.Sunanda Ranade;  

Here are just a few of the fundamentals you will learn:

Ayurvedic Physiology
Fundamental Principles to the description of dosha, dhatu and mala
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detail description of srotas - channel systems.
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digestion and metabolism
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Mind etc.
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Table of Contents

1. Ayurveda –ancient science of healing Origin of Ayurveda. Wholistic Ayurveda, Definition of Ayurveda, Ayu – Happy and Unhappy life, Useful and Non-Useful life, Tripod of Life, Aim of Ayurveda, Veda- Sarasvati culture, Four types of Veda, Vedic teachings and symbols, Ashtang Ayurveda- Kayachikitsa, Shalyatantra, Shalakya tantra, Kumarbhrutya, Agadatantra, Bhutavidya, Rasayana, Vajikarana, Other allied branches, Sharira.
2. Fundamental principles of Ayurveda Macrocosm-microcosm, omni-substances, quantum physics, origin of great elements, comparison between universe and man.
3. Dosha- Biological energy Relation of five elements to tridosha- thre energy principles, formation of doshas, properties of tridoshas, functions of Vata, Pitta, Kapha, sub-types of Vata- Prana-Udana, Vyana-Samana, Apana; Sub-types of Pitta- Pachaka, Ranjaka, Alochaka, Sadhaka, Bhrajaka; Sub- types of Kapha- Avalambaka, Kledaka, Bodhaka, Shleshaka, Tarpaka. Agni-Soma concept, Concept of Vata in Yoga.
4. Dhatu -Tissues Relation of dhatu to elements, Relation of doshas to dhatus, Formation of doshas, Theory of formation of dhatus- khale- kapota nyaya, kedarakulya- nyaya, ksheera-dadhi nyaya; Characters and functions of dhatus, Dhatu sara- Rasa sara, Rakta sara, Mamsa sara, Meda sara, Asthi sara, Majja sara, Shukra sara.
5. Mala – Waste products Definition, Gross mala, subtle mala- kleda, Upadhatu and Dhatu mala, Subtle essences -Prana, ojas, tejas.
6. Concept of Anatomy Embryological concept, dissection of dead bodies, description of organs, measurement of body proportion, marmas, Special membranes, Yoga and Ayurveda - Concept of 3 bodies and 5 sheaths.
7. Prakruti -Constitution Definition, Doshic, Physiological, functional constitution- Vata, Pitta, Kapha; Dual constitution- Vata-Pitta, Pitta-Kapha, Kapha-Vata, Tridoshik Constitution; Physical constitution, Psychological constitution, Importance of constitution, Yoga and Ayurveda, Yoga procedures for Vata, Pitta and Kapha Constitutions, Diet for Vata, Pitta and Kapha Constitution; Taste, potency, post digestive effect and special potency.
8. Srotas- channel system Concept, 16 types of srotas, Sharira guna -twenty attributes, Pranavaha srotas.
9. Annavaha srotas- Digestion – avasthapaka -primary digestion, vipaka- post digestive effect, Metabolism -secondary digestion, Concept of Agni, types – Jatharagni, Bhutagni, Panchabhautik agni.
10. Rasa ( Nutrition fluid pool) Introduction, tissue channel system, metabolism, circulation, structure, properties, functions, optimum quality, sub-tissues, breast milk, menstrual discharge, disorders of plasma, Yoga and Ayurveda.
11. Rakta (Blood) Introduction, tissue channel system, metabolism, circulation, pulse examination, functions, optimum quality, sub tissues, disorders, disorders of blood, Yoga and Ayurveda
12. Mamsa (Muscle tissue) Introduction, tissue channel system, metabolism, structure, functions, optimum quality, sub tissue, disorders, Yoga and Ayurveda, Western exercise and Yogic exercise.
13. Meda ( Adipose tissue ) Introduction, tissue channel system, metabolism, structure, functions, optimum quality, sub tissue, disorders,
14. Asthi ( Bony tissue) Introduction, tissue channel system, metabolism, structure, functions, optimum quality, sub tissue, disorders,
15.Majja (Nerve tissue) Introduction, tissue channel system, metabolism, structure, functions, optimum quality, disorders, Yoga and Ayurveda, Shatchakras and Concept of Nadis.
16. Shukra (Reproductive tissue) Introduction, tissue channel system, metabolism, function, optimum quality, disorders.
17. Manovaha srotas Introduction, Nature of Mind, Nutrition of Mind, Function of Mind, Activities of Mind, Trigunas, Sattvic Individual, Rajasic Individual, Tamasic Individual, Mind and Constitution – Vata Mind, Pitta Mind, Kapha Mind.
18. Oja Definition, Types, Nature, Properties, Oja and Madya, Disorders- Vitiation of ojas, Low ojas- causes of low ojas, symptoms of low ojas, Measures to increase oja.
19. Udakavaha srotas ( Water metabolism) Introduction, Synonyms, Nature, Function, Excretion, Disorders- Deficiency of Udaka, Excess of Udaka
20. Mutravaha srotas Introduction, Nature, Properties of urine, Functions, Disorders- Excess of urine, Deficiency of urine, Shivambu treatment.
21. Purishavaha srotas Introduction, Nature, Properties of feces, Functions, Disorders – Excess, Deficiency.
22. Svedavaha srotas Introduction, Properties, Functions, Disorders – Excess, Deficiency.
23. Other Publications


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