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This unique book is a comprehensive introduction to the theoryand practice of Ayurveda, and discussed the practical use of therapies such as diet, exercise, yoga, meditation, massage, andherbal remedies. (2006) 392pp
This book clearly explains the principles and practical applications of Ayurveda. Includes 50 concise charts, diagrams and tables, and B/W photographs.- By Vasant Lad. (1997) 175pp
Covers over 80 different ailments from the common cold to cancer that can be treated by Ayurvedic Healing.It also shows the appropriate life-style practices & daily health considerations for your unique mind-body type. - By David Frawley. (2000) 448pp
Traditional Tibetan Medicine, created by people living on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, known as the 'roof of the world' is becoming known worldwide. This English monograph, is a first of itskind, with many insights to daily living.
Ayurveda is an ancient healing tradition from India that datesback thousands of years and is now becoming increasingly popular in the West. This book offers safe, natural alternatives toconventional medicines and treatments. (2006) 326pp
The Five Tibetans has established itself as a classic among yoga practitioners and teachers alike. In this new edition the author shares his own positive experiences for more than 30 year's devotion to the practice and explores the spiritual benefits. (2011)
All the illustrations in this book are full of the flavour of Tibetan culture, displaying vividly the daily life of the Tibetan people. It gives readers knowledge about Tibetan medicine and lets them enjoy the art at the same time. 387pp (2008)
Kampo,as one of the oldest medical traditions in Japan, has a long history in treating chronic degenerative diseases. The text has sections on diagnosis, treatment and evaluation, signs and symptoms, applications and contraindications. (1998) 263pp
A readable and practical book showing how acupuncture is understood in terms of ayrvedic medicine. - By Dr. Frank Ros (1994)206pp
Comprehensive and detailed profiles of the key herbs in use in Ayurvedic medicine, detailing both scientific information and traditional use. - Edited by Elizabeth Williams - Compiled by Daur Research Foundation & Ayurvet Ltd.(2002) 361pp
Thai herbalism is a vibrant ancient tradition that was preserved over a millenium in the monasteries and temples of Bangkok, and which continues to be practiced in villages through-out Thailand to this day. (2007) 168pp
For the first time the principles & practical applications of Tibetan medical & Buddhist psychological guidelines have been used for centuries by spiritual masters & practitioners to approach life in a healthy & balanced manner.-By L. Rapgay (1997)203p
Covering over thiry commonly used medicinals from the Tibetan materia medica, Tibetan Herbal Legends uses vivid pictures and entertaining folk stories and legends to introduce the reader to the colourful world of Tibetan medicine. (2009) 166pp
This book is designed to be an invaluable resource for those involved in Asian healing or medical modalities. It traces thisrich cultural heritage from its origins in Buddhism, animism, and Ayurveda. (2007) 142pp