Posts Tagged ‘Agnivesha’

The Natural Qualities Of Water

Friday, February 6, 2009 10:40 No Comments

O! Agnivesha, We Shall, There Fore, Describe In Full The Science Of Diet And Dietetics, For The Sake Of The Knowledge Of The Wholesome And The Unwholesome Among Things. By Its Very Nature, Water, Moistens, Salt Liquefies, Alkali Digests, Honey Synthesizes, Ghee Cause Unctuousness, Milk Gives Life, Flesh Causes Roboranee, Meat-Juice Nourishes, Wine Causes Senile […]

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The Story Of Ayurveda

Thursday, February 5, 2009 10:41 No Comments

The Mists Of Time Have Rolled Over The Beginning Of Most Of The Effort Of Man In The Realms Of Thought And Of Humanistic Arts And The Sciences. Medicine, The Most Vital Aspect Of Life With Its Immense As To Its Beginning, As Much As Life Itself. The Great Pioneers Of Thought And Practical Investigations […]

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Agnivesha – First Writer Of Ayurveda

Wednesday, February 4, 2009 11:16 No Comments

The Great Heritage Of The Healing Art Left To Us By Krsna Atreya Would Have Been Lost To Us But For The Herculean Task Of His Chief Pupil Agnivesha Who Made A Detailed Record Of The Exposition Which Flowed From The Benevolent Lips Of His Preceptor Atreya. It Was Agnivesha Who Codified The Knowledge And […]

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In The Caraka Samhita We Find The Following Discussions

Monday, February 2, 2009 13:42 No Comments

In The 10th Chapter Of Sutra-Sthana There Is Depicted A Dialogue Between The Main Speaker Atreya And Maitreya. Atreya Gives A Warning At The Ends Thus:- “One Who Knows The Differential Diagnosis Between Curable And Incurable Diseases, As Also The Right Application, Will Not Fall Into Such Erroneous Mode Of Thinking As Maitreya And Other […]

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The First Great Author Of Ayurveda

Monday, February 2, 2009 12:11 No Comments

Agnivesha The Great Heritage Of The Healing Art Left To Us By Krsna Atreya Would Have Been Lost To Us But For The Herculean Task Of His Chief Pupil Agnivesha Who Made A Detailed Record Of The Exposition Which Flowed From The Benevolent Lips Of His Preceptor Atreya. It Was Agnivesha Who Codified The Knowledge […]

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