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Part 1 – Understanding Covid’19 from an Ayurvedic Perspective

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Understanding Covid’19 from an Ayurvedic Perspective is an attempt by Team Amrutam to educate our community members about Covid from an Ayurvedic Perspective.

We composed Covid related articles published by different authors and ayurveda experts from Amrutam Global in a structured format in an e-book divided into two parts. You can download Part 2 from here.

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This book is an introduction to Understanding Covid from an Ayurvedic Perspective and covers the following topics –

1. Intro

  • What is COVID
  • Myths related to COVID-19
  • History of pandemics
  • Epidemic through Ayurveda
  • Ayurvedic view of Corona & its Vaccine
  • Corona through an Ayurvedicperspective

2. Home-based recipe and elementary techniques

  •  Home remedies to fight against Coronavirus symptoms
  •  Five Potent Ayurvedic Herbs to Ward off the Coronavirus
  •  How to care for senior citizens/ older people and children

Contributions by:

  • Dr. Aishwarya Ghotane, Ayurvedic Dermatologist (Hair & Skincare) at Amrutam.Global
  • Dr. Deepa Godara, Ayurveda Doctor at Amrutam.Global
  • Dr. Surabhi Pathak, Ayurveda Doctor at Amrutam.Global

1 review for Part 1 – Understanding Covid’19 from an Ayurvedic Perspective

  1. Ankita C

    ankita.chowdhury

    Covid is a global pandemic and everyone is tensed about it. Knowing the ayurvedic perspective of it is great.

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Understanding Covid’19 from an Ayurvedic Perspective is an attempt by Team Amrutam to educate our community members about Covid from an Ayurvedic Perspective.

We composed Covid related articles published by different authors and ayurveda experts from Amrutam Global in a structured format in an e-book divided into two parts. You can download Part 2 from here.

Ayurveda uses the term Janapadodhwamsa to refer to pandemics. An interesting observation made by a few Ayurvedic practitioners was that although people were being affected by the same virus, certain individuals showed mild to no symptoms, while others face severe, even life-threatening situations.

They attribute this to the internal state of the individual’s dosha and other related factors. Individuals with a better balanced dosha system would show fewer and milder symptoms than those with unbalanced systems. A special importance is placed on the levels of

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