Terry Robson's An Introduction to Complementary Medicine PDF
By Terry Robson
Supplying a legitimate creation to the variety of remedies and philosophies in the box of complementary and replacement medication, this ebook deals a scientific clarification of the philosophies and practices that underpin those scientific practices. the increase in approval for complementary drugs is tested in addition to demanding situations of constructing a extra built-in procedure of healthcare. Such questions as what's complementary drugs? What proof is there to aid its use? and What can orthodox medication examine from holistic perform? are replied. between themes mentioned are natural drugs, therapeutic massage, aromatherapy, yoga, and ayurveda.
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1 The cosmology of Samkhya Purusa Prakruti Mahat Ahamkara Sattva Five Sense Organs Five Motor Organs Rajas Mind Sound Space Tamas Touch Air Sight Fire Taste Water Smell Earth The Triguna Samkhya teaches that Prakruti has three gunas, or primary attributes, Sattva, Rajas and Tamas. These principles are said to exist behind all substances in the universe and account for the diverse range of objects in experience. Sattva is the principle of harmony and brings lasting happiness. Rajas is the principle of dynamism and brings pain in the long run.
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An Introduction to Complementary Medicine by Terry Robson