- Ayurveda Today, Index Grouped by Issue and Title
- 2003 fall. Ayurvedic Cuisine: Tur Dal Soup No. 2.
- RASHTRIYA AYURVEDA VIDYAPEETH
- Interactive Workshop on Pranavaha Srotas Disorders. Ø. Interactive Workshop on Asthivaha Srotas of Bones and Joints.
- Lad, Vasant Dattatray Secrets of the Pulse
- related to prana vaha srotas. The qualities of vata are cold, dry, light, mobile and subtle.
- MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, NASHIK
- Pranavaha srotas / disorders of respiratory system. Chest diseases: Bronchial. Asthma, Pulmonary Koch's, Bronchitis Bronchictesis, COPD, Silicosis etc.
- AAPNA presentation - aromatherapy
- Prana vaha srotas (respiratory channel). Marma: talahridaya, ksipra, hridaya.
- Srotas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Prana vaha srotas - carries the breath to all parts of the body. Anna vaha srotas - transport solid & liquid foods. Udaka vaha srotas - transports water.
- Rasayana chikitsa - part 3
- Pranavaha srotas- It has excellent rasayana action in diseases like asthma, bronchitis and chronic cough.
- pranavahasrotas - definition of pranavahasrotas in the Medical
- n.pl in Ayurveda, one of the 13 srotas, or channels of the body, the function of which is to carry vital breath (prana) throughout the body.
- Srotas or Body Channels in Ayurveda | All about ayurveda
- Mar 23, 2007 The first three srotas are: Prana vaha srota carries breath. Anna vaha srota carries solid and liquid food.
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