Ayurvedic medicine

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Ayurvedic medicine

n.
A holistic approach to health care that is based on principles of Ayurveda and is designed to maintain or improve health through the use of dietary modification, massage, yoga, herbal preparations, and other measures.

Ayurvedic medicine

A holistic system of traditional Indian medicine from which most of western medicine has been derived.
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Yoga and ayurvedic healing systems will form a part of it.
I looked to ancient Indian ingredients and Rasayana Ayurvedic healing principles.
Kairali - The Ayurvedic Healing Village', recently hosted India's first Ayurveda-based Chef's Retreat, 'Healing Recipes-Back to Roots'.
The resort offers many packages for well researched ayurvedic healing and curative therapies with dietary consultations.
Today, this seed of a small flowering herb of the parsley family might not be used quite as much in food preparation as it was 5000 years ago, but it's healing properties are still valued and used in natural and Ayurvedic healing.
Spa Phoenicia is also offering month-long specials: a firming caviar facial and reflexology massage (85 minutes, LL300,000), a Manipura Ritual body scrub, massage, manicure and pedicure (150 minutes, LL280,000), detoxifying body scrub and mud wrap (90 minutes, LL310,000), and an Ayurvedic healing head and body massage (75 minutes, LL195,000).
It is also interesting to note that despite the global popularity of Thai massages, the trend has been to base wellness services on Chinese and Ayurvedic healing.
Indians began to arrive in South Africa as indentured sugar plantation workers in the 1860s, and brought their Hindu, Muslim, and Ayurvedic healing practices with them.
He decided to leave the demanding world of high fashion with all its values at the height of his popularity and investigated yoga, meditation and Ayurvedic healing.
As with TCM, Ayurvedic healing incorporates a remarkably wide range of therapies.
And Mimosa pudica (sensitive or touch-me-not plant) is an herbal remedy of India's ancient Ayurvedic healing tradition, which has been shown to stimulate peripheral-nerve regeneration PN, December 2000).