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AYURVEDA & HOMEOPATHY
BY :
OBJECTIVES :
• Introduction
• Origin
• Principle
• Benefits
• Side Effects
• Uses
• Conclusion
INTRODUCTION TO AYURVEDA
Comprehensive system that places equal
emphasis on the body, mind and spirit, strives to
restore and innate hormone of the individual
Ayurveda is combination of two Sanskrit wo
“Ayu” means long life
“Veda” means Knowledge or Science.
“Ayurveda” means Knowledge of life or Science
of
life.
Origin Of Ayurveda :
Practiced in India for over 5000 years
Covers all medical fields
Ayurveda can be found in Vedas
Diagnosis done by observation, touch, and
questioning
Four components to disease management
physician ,drug , patient, attendant
(such as a nurse)
Clinical Exam Includes :
Pulse diagnosis.
Urine Examination.
Stool examination.
Toungue Examination.
Examination of body
sounds.
Eye Examination.
Skin Examination.
PRINCIPLE:
Ayurveda mainly based on 5
elements:
1.Akash:ether
2.Vayu:air
3.Agni: fire
4.Jala:water
5.Prithvi:earth
These five elements are also known as
panchamahabhuthas
TREATMENT :
 Treatment has four main parts
 Shodan – cleansing
 Shaman – palliation
 Rasayan – rejuvenation
 Satwajaya – mental nurturing and spiritual healing
TRIDOSHA THEORY:
Three energies /dosha’s
-Pitta-Digestion,metabolism,emotion.
-Kapha:lubrication,structure,synthesis.
-Vatha:movement,physical and mental
function,degeneration.
Imbalance in the dosha’s is the main cause of
disease or poor health.
Ayurveda &homeopathy   by premaraju
REPORTED BENEFITS:
•Slowing the again process.
•Promoting the health of all organs of the
body.
•Reducing fatigue and stress.
•Nurturing the body with proper diet.
•Healing disorders of the nervous system.
CAUTION:
•Herbal/metal/mineral/ayurvedic treatments
-Safety dependent on following a complex
procedure.
-Many include heavy metals such as
mercury ,lead and arsenic.
-1 in 5 herbal products produced in south
asia have toxic levels.
- Reports of lead poisoning
THERAPIES :
Sight: Color therapy
Hearing: Music therapy, mantra meditation,
chanting.
Spiritual: Include meditation, living ethically and
working in a career that one loves or is
purposeful.
 Taste: Herbal medicines given according to
there taste (rasa)
UNIQUENESS OF AYURVEDA
This spiritual science offers numerous unique
benefits:
 It looks at people as individuals, not as a
generic group
 It heals from the root-cause of an illness, not
merely treating the symptoms.
 Natural therapies & Inexpensive
 No side effects and therapies are effective
Ayurveda &homeopathy   by premaraju
INTRODUCTION TO HOMEOPATHY
Homeopathy = homois (similar) + pathos
(suffering)
It's based on the principle that substances that
cause symptoms in healthy people can be used
in extreme dilution to treat illnesses that cause
the same symptoms (likes cure like)
Basically homeopathy allows the body to heal
itself by triggering body’s natural immune
response
Eg: caffeine can treat insomnia
ORIGIN OF HOMEOPATHY
Homeopathy began in the late 1700s, developed by a German doctor
named Samuel Hahnemann.
Hahnemann was dissatisfied with the often-severe treatments that
were being used and was looking for a more natural way to treat
illnesses
He discovered the law of similar after he consumes cinchona bark
extract (used to cure malaria) which produces the same symptoms as
malaria
Homeopathy achieved its greatest popularity in the 19th century.
The first homeopathic schools opened in 1830
Eventually homeopathy reached all over Europe, United States and
Asia
HOMEOPATHY IN MALAYSIA
 Homeopathy in Malaysia was said to be brought here by the
Colonel A.S. Rajah, a British Army Officer who later spread the
new idea to Mr. Burhanuddin Al Helmy
 In 1977 Dr Nik Omar bin Haji Nik Daud, a young professional
who qualified homeopathy at Pakistan Homeopathy Medical
College in 1975 and further his education at London, UK came
back to Malaysia in 1977 and started a first complete
Homeopathic Clinic in Kota Bharu, Kelantan.
 On 21 Januari 2001 Malaysian Homeopathic Medical Council
was founded
 Practitioners must register with M.P.H.M
PRINCIPLE
Balancing vital energy to promote body’s self healing response
 Law of similars
 Substance that cause similar symptoms in healthy person as the
patient can cure the disease
 Theory of infinitesimals dilution) (
 A remedy is prepared by ultra diluting it(potentization) .
Homeopaths believe this method preserves the effects of remedy
despite dilution
 Mother tincture = remedy solved in small amount of water or
alcohol
 Diluted to 12 C dilution ( C = 1:100 ) using water
 There is only 60 % chance that one single molecule remains
 Succussion
 Remedy is shaken vigorously to retain the properties of mother
tincture
 Banged few times against a solid object ( believed to transfer
essence and energy)
Grafting
 Unmedicated pills or sugar pills are dipped in the remedy and dried. The
essence is now transferred to the pill
 A pill with essence of remedy allowed to come in contact with other sugar
pills whereby other pills also acquire the essence
Often the mother tincture is diluted over the 12 C dilution. Hence there is no
molecule of the actual substance remains( only water)
But homeopaths claim that the energy is transferred from the mother
tincture in every dilution
HERBS
VALERIAN
THUJA
GARLIC
ROSEMAR
Y
 Easy to administer
 No or minimal side effects as the
remedy contains no toxic substance
 Effective as it triggers natural healing
process
 Cheap compared to conventional
medicine
BENEFITS
 Minimal to zero side effects
 This is because homeopathy remedies are
ultrahigh-diluted until there is no any active
ingredients
 Some patients may experience ‘healing crisis’
where their condition gets worse before getting
better. This is due to the process of toxin
removal from body
 Some remedies may not be sufficiently diluted
and contain biologically active ingredients.
These ingredients may cause allergies to some
patients
SIDE EFFECTS
TREATMENT SESSION
 CONSULTATION
Patients will be asked about their medical history,
diet, lifestyle, physical and emotional state
 PRESCRIPTION
Suitable remedy will be prescribed
Every remedy is made to suit the patient’s individual
symptoms
SCIENTIFIC PROVE
Currently there are no good quality studies
Water memory investigated by French professor
Jacques Benveniste shows that homeopathically treated
water has positive effect on living cells compared to
untreated water
Randomized controlled trial shows homeopathy is no
better than PLACEBO
Homeopathy can cure acute ear infection in children
(International Journal Of Clinical Pharmacology And
Therapeutics)
Conclusions
 Evidence supporting/validating the
tridosha theory of Ayurveda looks
promising
 Additional research needs to be conducted
in the area of Ayurvedic herbs
 Biochemical, pharmacological, and toxological
especially
 Homeopathy not only treats the symptoms of a
disease but also tries to root out the underlying
cause
Ayurveda &homeopathy   by premaraju

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Ayurveda &homeopathy by premaraju

  • 2. OBJECTIVES : • Introduction • Origin • Principle • Benefits • Side Effects • Uses • Conclusion
  • 3. INTRODUCTION TO AYURVEDA Comprehensive system that places equal emphasis on the body, mind and spirit, strives to restore and innate hormone of the individual Ayurveda is combination of two Sanskrit wo “Ayu” means long life “Veda” means Knowledge or Science. “Ayurveda” means Knowledge of life or Science of life.
  • 4. Origin Of Ayurveda : Practiced in India for over 5000 years Covers all medical fields Ayurveda can be found in Vedas Diagnosis done by observation, touch, and questioning Four components to disease management physician ,drug , patient, attendant (such as a nurse)
  • 5. Clinical Exam Includes : Pulse diagnosis. Urine Examination. Stool examination. Toungue Examination. Examination of body sounds. Eye Examination. Skin Examination.
  • 6. PRINCIPLE: Ayurveda mainly based on 5 elements: 1.Akash:ether 2.Vayu:air 3.Agni: fire 4.Jala:water 5.Prithvi:earth These five elements are also known as panchamahabhuthas
  • 7. TREATMENT :  Treatment has four main parts  Shodan – cleansing  Shaman – palliation  Rasayan – rejuvenation  Satwajaya – mental nurturing and spiritual healing
  • 8. TRIDOSHA THEORY: Three energies /dosha’s -Pitta-Digestion,metabolism,emotion. -Kapha:lubrication,structure,synthesis. -Vatha:movement,physical and mental function,degeneration. Imbalance in the dosha’s is the main cause of disease or poor health.
  • 10. REPORTED BENEFITS: •Slowing the again process. •Promoting the health of all organs of the body. •Reducing fatigue and stress. •Nurturing the body with proper diet. •Healing disorders of the nervous system.
  • 11. CAUTION: •Herbal/metal/mineral/ayurvedic treatments -Safety dependent on following a complex procedure. -Many include heavy metals such as mercury ,lead and arsenic. -1 in 5 herbal products produced in south asia have toxic levels. - Reports of lead poisoning
  • 12. THERAPIES : Sight: Color therapy Hearing: Music therapy, mantra meditation, chanting. Spiritual: Include meditation, living ethically and working in a career that one loves or is purposeful.  Taste: Herbal medicines given according to there taste (rasa)
  • 13. UNIQUENESS OF AYURVEDA This spiritual science offers numerous unique benefits:  It looks at people as individuals, not as a generic group  It heals from the root-cause of an illness, not merely treating the symptoms.  Natural therapies & Inexpensive  No side effects and therapies are effective
  • 15. INTRODUCTION TO HOMEOPATHY Homeopathy = homois (similar) + pathos (suffering) It's based on the principle that substances that cause symptoms in healthy people can be used in extreme dilution to treat illnesses that cause the same symptoms (likes cure like) Basically homeopathy allows the body to heal itself by triggering body’s natural immune response Eg: caffeine can treat insomnia
  • 16. ORIGIN OF HOMEOPATHY Homeopathy began in the late 1700s, developed by a German doctor named Samuel Hahnemann. Hahnemann was dissatisfied with the often-severe treatments that were being used and was looking for a more natural way to treat illnesses He discovered the law of similar after he consumes cinchona bark extract (used to cure malaria) which produces the same symptoms as malaria Homeopathy achieved its greatest popularity in the 19th century. The first homeopathic schools opened in 1830 Eventually homeopathy reached all over Europe, United States and Asia
  • 17. HOMEOPATHY IN MALAYSIA  Homeopathy in Malaysia was said to be brought here by the Colonel A.S. Rajah, a British Army Officer who later spread the new idea to Mr. Burhanuddin Al Helmy  In 1977 Dr Nik Omar bin Haji Nik Daud, a young professional who qualified homeopathy at Pakistan Homeopathy Medical College in 1975 and further his education at London, UK came back to Malaysia in 1977 and started a first complete Homeopathic Clinic in Kota Bharu, Kelantan.  On 21 Januari 2001 Malaysian Homeopathic Medical Council was founded  Practitioners must register with M.P.H.M
  • 18. PRINCIPLE Balancing vital energy to promote body’s self healing response  Law of similars  Substance that cause similar symptoms in healthy person as the patient can cure the disease  Theory of infinitesimals dilution) (  A remedy is prepared by ultra diluting it(potentization) . Homeopaths believe this method preserves the effects of remedy despite dilution  Mother tincture = remedy solved in small amount of water or alcohol  Diluted to 12 C dilution ( C = 1:100 ) using water  There is only 60 % chance that one single molecule remains  Succussion  Remedy is shaken vigorously to retain the properties of mother tincture  Banged few times against a solid object ( believed to transfer essence and energy)
  • 19. Grafting  Unmedicated pills or sugar pills are dipped in the remedy and dried. The essence is now transferred to the pill  A pill with essence of remedy allowed to come in contact with other sugar pills whereby other pills also acquire the essence Often the mother tincture is diluted over the 12 C dilution. Hence there is no molecule of the actual substance remains( only water) But homeopaths claim that the energy is transferred from the mother tincture in every dilution
  • 21.  Easy to administer  No or minimal side effects as the remedy contains no toxic substance  Effective as it triggers natural healing process  Cheap compared to conventional medicine BENEFITS
  • 22.  Minimal to zero side effects  This is because homeopathy remedies are ultrahigh-diluted until there is no any active ingredients  Some patients may experience ‘healing crisis’ where their condition gets worse before getting better. This is due to the process of toxin removal from body  Some remedies may not be sufficiently diluted and contain biologically active ingredients. These ingredients may cause allergies to some patients SIDE EFFECTS
  • 23. TREATMENT SESSION  CONSULTATION Patients will be asked about their medical history, diet, lifestyle, physical and emotional state  PRESCRIPTION Suitable remedy will be prescribed Every remedy is made to suit the patient’s individual symptoms
  • 24. SCIENTIFIC PROVE Currently there are no good quality studies Water memory investigated by French professor Jacques Benveniste shows that homeopathically treated water has positive effect on living cells compared to untreated water Randomized controlled trial shows homeopathy is no better than PLACEBO Homeopathy can cure acute ear infection in children (International Journal Of Clinical Pharmacology And Therapeutics)
  • 25. Conclusions  Evidence supporting/validating the tridosha theory of Ayurveda looks promising  Additional research needs to be conducted in the area of Ayurvedic herbs  Biochemical, pharmacological, and toxological especially  Homeopathy not only treats the symptoms of a disease but also tries to root out the underlying cause