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  • 1. Miracle Diet Pill - Garcinia Cambogia V2 5,000 years of Ayurvedic treatment has proven Garcinia Cambogia to be an "All Star" performer in the weightloss arena. Garcinia Cambogia can be truly stated as a “miracle diet pill” with little to no side effects if used within guidelines. Garcinia Cambogia Garcinia Cambogia originated in Ayurvedic medicine in India. Garcinia cambogia works to reduce the accumulation of liquid in fat cells. It can also inhibit cravings and curb appetite. Garcinia cambogia has the ability to lower lipid levels. Lipid is the hormone that regulates hunger by signaling your body when you feel full. If lipid levels are too high, your body feels hungry and you eat. By taking Garcinia Cambogia, your body retains the "I'm full" message longer. Garcinia Cambogia is sold as a tea, in a tincture or as a capsule. History of Ayurvedic Treatment For the past few decades, the field of medicine has been largely influenced by the medical philosophy of the Western world. The emphasis of Western medicine has been predominately curative, relying on chemical preparations and invasive surgery as means of treatment. In contrast, Eastern medical and therapeutic philosophy focuses on the more metaphysical side of human illness and treatment. Its practice is hinged on the use of a variety of methods ranging from the use of medicinal plants and herbs, massage, acupuncture, aromatherapy, pulse reading, and other alternative healing methods. These methods are now gaining acceptance in modern societies due to the increased awareness of the healing arts of China and India. There are volumes of literature on traditional Chinese medicine. But another deserving of wide recognition are the folk remedies and traditional practices of India which are also ancient and effective. Ayurveda, a healing system native to India, is a centuries-old practice that has recently been given attention by Western science. Ayurveda is a traditional holistic healing. Translated from Sanskrit, Ayurveda means ‘the science of life’. ayur means “life” and veda means “science. Like traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda practitioners adhere to a particular medical philosophy that regards illness as an imbalance in the body and influenced by internal and external factors, similar to the Chinese principles of yin and yang. Ayurveda also takes into consideration a patient’s emotions and state of mind alongside the study of infections that make the body sick. It places a high importance on the patient’s sense of taste and diet. In Ayurveda, it is believed that the healing of a person must take into consideration three elements found in nature: air, water, and fire. Each of these elements has a deep philosophical background. These elements also govern the major functions of the body. Ayurvedic theory rests on the belief that the balance of the three elements is the basis of health. Any imbalance, blockage, or weakening in these elements causes illness. It is the task of the Ayurveda practitioner to determine and restore the patient’s elemental harmony. In other words, an infection or ailment is the result of an imbalance in the
  • 2. patient’s natural internal or elemental harmony. These imbalances can be caused by internal or external factors, and may be aggravated or alleviated by the patient’s emotional state and, in some cases, mental health. The primary concept of Ayurveda is that the restoration of imbalances in the body requires a very personalized concept. Treatment can involve the use of natural oils, minerals, herbs, metals, and even animal ingredients. Similar to how herbal medications are administered in traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda medications are given base formulas that are modified by the physician according to the patient’s needs. This process makes getting a treatment for an infection different from Western medicine, where the formulas are constant and only the dose is altered based on the patient’s metabolism and constitution. As mentioned earlier, diet and taste play a central role in Ayurveda. However, unlike Chinese medicinal doctrine, the taste and quality of the food plays a much larger role in traditional Indian healing arts. Different tastes correspond to different conditions in the body. These tastes are taken into account by an Ayurveda physician before prescribing an appropriate treatment. For example, food with a bitter taste is generally considered to cool the body, dry out moisture, and work to remove toxins. This concept also extends to the herbal and animal ingredients that are used in Ayurveda medication. Ayurveda also prescribes a particular form of massage known as “Panchakarma” for the treatment of emotional distress. This practice is highly similar to acupuncture except that no needles are used. The strokes, presses, and body manipulations used in Panchakarma supposedly stimulates energy flow throughout the body, a process that is necessary to ensure good health. Problems arise when the energy flow is disrupted, clogged, or stalled. Massage is often prescribed in conjunction with a diet plan and herbal remedies to relieve problems such as sinusitis, conditions associated with stress and anxiety, and other problems that Ayurveda practitioners see as symptoms of emotional disharmony rather than just purely physical ailments. Ayurveda Principles and Theory Ayurveda system is the prominent user of herbs and its basic theory revolves round imbalance and vitiation of three humors (Doshas). Ether (Akash), Air (Vayu), Fire (Agni), Water (Jal) and Earth (Prithvi) are the great five elements which underline all living systems. These elements are constantly changing and interacting and can be simplified into three Vitiations (Doshas). When these doshas remain in harmony and balance, the health of the body does not get disturbed but, when the balance gets out of whack, a diseased state sets in. The three doshas are vata (Wind), Pitta (Bile) and Kapha (Phlegm) and due to predominance of the one dosha, a person’s personality is determined that is ‘ Vata-Prakriti’, ‘Pitta- Prakriti’ or ‘Kapha Prakriti’ Vata formed from ether and air, governs all movement in the mind and body and must be kept in good balance. Pitta formed from fire and water, governs “all heat, metabolism and transformation in the mind and body Kapha formed from earth and water, cements the elements in the body, providing the material for physical structure Each person has an individual blend of the three doshas, with one or sometimes two doshas predominating.
  • 3. Common Herbs used in Ayurvedic Medicines Vrikshamla (Garcinia cambogia or indica) A combination of calorie dense food and sedentary lifestyle is fueling the obesity epidemic. Billions of dollars are spent each year on dieting and consuming anti-obesity supplements. However, only a handful of nutritional supplements deliver result without producing any adverse side effect. Vrikshamla or Garcinia cambogia supplement is one of those few effective herbal anti- obesity supplements that support weight loss without harming your health. Garcinia’s effect is to promote the body’s ability to turn over-supply of carbohydrates into fat and augment calorie-burning. It is well known since ancient times to be able to subdue the appetite, slowing down the process of converting excess carbohydrates into fat. In this process, it will build additional stores of body energy (glucose). Researchers have found Garcinia to be helpful by inhibiting fat storage and being active as an appetite suppressant, burning fat via a process called as thermo-genesis. See special section below - Weight Loss Through Thermogenesis Amalaki (Amla or Indian Gooseberry or Emblica officinalis) – The fruit is reputed to have the highest content of vitamin C of any natural occuring substance in nature. It maintains balance amongst three doshas and effectively controls digestive problems, strengthens heart, normalises cholesterol, prevents cancer, builds up and sustains defense mechanisms, improves eye-sight and detoxifies the body. Amla is said to have 20 times more vitamin C than orange. The vitamin C content of amla is between 625mg – 1814mg per 100gms. Other studies show that amla increases red blood cell count and hemoglobin. A research tem discovered that when Amla is taken regularly as a dietary supplement, it counteracts the toxic effects of prolonged exposure to environmental heavy metals, such as lead, aluminium and nickel. Ashwagandha (Winter Cherry or Withania Somnifera)- Ashwagandha is one of the main herbs for promoting ojas and rejuvenating the body in Ayurveda. It is a well known semen promoter and it treats impotency and infertility. Clinical studies show that Ashwagandha has antibacterial, antitumor, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating properties. The strong anti-stress actions, increases memory and learning capabilities. It has also found to be useful in Rheumatic and Arthritic disorders like pain, swelling etc. Summing up, it is a strong Aphrodisiac and has Immunomodulating, anti- inflammatory, anti tumor and anti stress properties which clearly shows why Ayurveda has such a high opinion of this herb as a general tonic. Arjuna (Terminalia Arjuna) – It is a cardiac tonic of high quality. Terminalia arjuna, is known to be beneficial for the treatment of heart ailments since 500 BC. Clinical research has indicated its usefulness in relieving anginal pain, and in the treatment of coronary artery disease, heart failure, and possibly hypercholesterolemia. Brahmi (Bacopa, Gotu Kola) – Brahmi is known as “the food for brain”. Traditionally Brahmi is used as a mental tonic, to rejuvenate the body, as a promoter of memory and as a nerve tonic. It promotes a calm, clear mind, and improves mental function.
  • 4. Modern Research claims that Brahmi improves memory and helps overcome the negative effects of stress. Brahmi is especially suitable for students as it enhances the minds ability to learn and to focus and for an elderly person hoping to regain their memory. It is unique in its ability to invigorate mental processes whilst reducing the effects of stress and nervous anxiety. As a nerve tonic, Brahmi has been used to help those affected by stroke, nervous breakdown or exhaustion and Attention Deficit Disorder. The best Ayurvedic brain and memory formulas contain Brahmi, as do many of the long life promoting compounds. Guggulu (Shuddha Guggulu, Guggul, Commiphora Mukul) – Modern Research shows that it is the prime Ayurvedic herb for treating obesity and high cholesterol. Studies show that guggulu lowers serum cholesterol and phospholipids, and that it also protects against cholesterol- induced atherosclerosis. Guggulu were seen to lower body weight in these clinical studies. Guggulu also as anti-inflammatory properties and is effective in treating arthritis and other joint pains. Karela (Bitter Melon, Bitter Gourd, Momordica Charantia) – At least three different groups of constituents have been reported to have blood sugar lowering actions in bitter Mellon. These include a mixture of steroidal saponins known as charantin, insulin-like peptides, and alkaloids. Scientific studies have consistently shown that bitter melon lowers blood sugar level of Type 2 Diabetes. It could probably reduce the patient’s intake of anti-diabetic drugs. Also Bitter Melon has two proteins which are thought to repress the AIDS virus. Recently, the Department of Health in the Philippines has recommended bitter melon as one of the best herbal medicines for diabetic management. Neem (Azadirachta Indica) – Neem is an extraordinary blood purifier, good for all skin diseases like acne, eczema, psoriasis and teeth and gums. Neem is included in most Ayurvedic Skin products because it is as effective on an external application as through internal indigestion. In Ayurveda it has been safely used for over five thousand years and provides a good immunity booster to prevent colds, fevers, infections and various skin diseases. Shilajit (Mineral Pitch, Asphaltum) – Shilajit is one of the prime Ayurvedic compounds for rejuvenating the body. it is an aphrodisiac, anti-aging herb and is also used to treat diabetes and debilitating urinary problems. The Charaka Samhita states that a person must use shilajit for a minimum of one month before starting to realize the regenerating effects. It is also used to treat impotency and infertility. it is well known that Shilajit can return the libido of people to the level of teenagers. There is a folk saying by the indigenous people who live in the Himalayan region that Shilajit makes the body strong as a rock. It is an adaptogen, (Rasayna), that helps to combat immune disorders, urinary tract disorders, nervous disorders and sexual dissatisfaction. Shallaki (Boswellia Serrata, Salai Guggul) – Modern Research indicate that the Boswellia herb may assist in treating joint mobility, pain, and may be a useful remedy for a variety of inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. A recent clinical trial suggests positive effects of Boswellia serrata extract in knee osteoarthritis. Boswellia has also been found to be useful for a number of other disorders and best for treating Back Pain, Knee Pain, Joint Pain and Arthritis. This herb has also been proposed as a possible therapy for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
  • 5. Triphala (Amalaki, Bibhitaki, Haritaki) – Triphala has the properties of three famous nutrients: amla, haritaki and bibhitaki. The advantage of this formula is that it is milder in action and more balanced than any of the three alone. It has cleansing and detoxifying action. Used regularly it is good for gentle, slow detoxification of the digestive tract and then the deep tissues. It also has the ability to normalize all three humors with continued use. As a daily supplement triphala is hard to beat - that’s why in India they say “even if your mother leaves you, everything will be fine if you have triphala”. Tulsi (Holy Basil, Ocimum Sanctum) – Its very name - Holy Basil - certifies to its sacred nature. It is a sacred plant worshipped in many Indian homes and is a must in every Hindu’s house. *Weight Loss Through Thermogenesis* Thermogenesis simply means the creation of heat. When we create heat, we burn calories (Kilojoules) and this can actually decrease our weight. Any substance that stimulates the resting or basal metabolic rate (BMR) and raises the bodies temperature is called a thermogenic agent. After centuries of use, we now know that thermogenesis stimulates of brown fat to burn off white fat and this can directly stimulated by certain herbs. For the rest of this eBook please go to Garcinia Cambogia Diet Pill. Thank you © Denis Hillman 2013 http://gcdietpill.com