Under The Spell Of The Green Gods – The Doctors Of The Maharajah

An extensive and very beautiful documentary film from the television station phoenix. The eye of the beholder is presented with many beautiful shots of India.

The movie is about the origins of Ayurveda, its botany and its current limits. Interesting is also its kinship with the Tibetan medicine, whose plants come from a completely untouched nature. Ayurveda became quickly obliterated during the colonial period and the advancement of Western medicine. Today, most search and research of ancient scripts is carried out systematically and scientifically as well as in close collaboration of both Eastern and Western medicine and pharmacology.

From the following quotation of a Sanskrit text, it becomes clear how immensely influential food is on our health. “It is by good nutrition alone that the human being thrives, while bad causes disease.”

Hermann Ammon (professor at the University of Tübingen, pharmacologist and medical doctor) adds: “The knowledge of the thousand-year-old plant treasures is more valuable than all the jewels of the Maharajahs, the once mighty rulers”.

Research On Ayurveda – What Can Ayurveda Do? This Is What Science Says

Another article on the subject of Ayurveda from GEO Edition No. 10/15 – The Amazing Healing Power Of An Underestimated Medicine

The effectiveness of traditional indian medicine has aroused interest among researchers from all over the world. What can Ayurveda do? Pilot studies show interesting and hopeful results.

In this article, the effectiveness of the traditional indian medicine of western medicine from different countries is compared with various treated diseases.

A small selection of the above political study: http://www.geo.de/natur/nachhaltigkeit/588-rtkl-forschung-zu-ayurveda-was-kann-ayurveda-das-sagt-die-wissenschaft

Two Complete Studies

1. A study on rheumatoid arthritis: https://www.rheuma-online.de/aktuelles/news/artikel/doppelblinde-randomisierte-kontro/

2. A Study on the Treatment of Irrational Disorders (1st treatise): http://www.karger.com/Article/Abstract/315040