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rasayana

/ra·sa·ya·na/ (rah″sah-yah´nah) any of a group of herbal remedies with antioxidant properties used in ayurveda to promote health, provide defense against disease, and promote longevity.

rasayana

Ayurvedic medicine
Any of a number of health-promoting regimens that a person uses regularly to maintain health and harmony, activate tissue repair and arrest or reverse the effects of ageing. Rasayanas may be herbal or behavioural: a herbal rasayana is a preparation of 10 to 20 distinct herbs, as well as fruits or minerals, and may be administered in pastes, powders, pills, teas or tinctures; behavioural rasayanas include asanas (yogic exercises), pranayama (breathing exercises) and meditation.

rasayana

(ra-sa-yan′a) [Sanskrit rasa, juice, essence]
In Ayurvedic medicine, rejuvenation of the body or replenishment of energy levels. It is one of the eight fundamental forms of treatment.
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The word Nariveda stems from all that goes into the creation of traditional Rasayana Ayurvedic medicines, addressing not only the body, but also the needs of the mind and spirit.
At this time, immune boosting Rasayana herbs and fresh juices are given.
19) En la traduccion de Sesha, coincidente en este caso con el numero de sloka, se prioriza la cognicion sin referir a la meditacion como medio para ella: "La impresion cognitiva 'Yo Soy Brahman', creada por una ininterrumpida comprension, destruye la ignorancia y sus derivados, de la misma manera que la medicina rasayana destruye las enfermedades".
Neuronutrient impact of Ayurvedic Rasayana therapy in brain aging.
16) In that system, it is considered a Rasayana, or tonic, that can improve endurance and stamina, promote longevity, improve immunity, and enhance fertility.
Vijay Jain, Shekhar Annambhotla, Pratibha Shah, Vivek Shanbhag, Suhas Kshirsagar, Suresh Swarnapuri, Rammohan Rao, Jayarajan Kodikannath, Jayagopal Parla and Jay Apte, will present topics such as: overview of autoimmune disorders, the importance of panchakarma (detoxification) therapies, Crohn's disease, prakriti (mind-body constitution) identification in autoimmune disorders, rasayana (rejuvenation) therapies, memory impairment disorders, psoriasis, and more.
From its traditional use in Ayurvedic medicine as a rasayana drug, Asparagus racemosus (AR) (shatavari) is now used worldwide as a medicinal plant, with reported pharmacological activities including adaptogenic, anti-stress, gastroduodenal ulcer protective, anticancer, immunomodulatory and diabetic-induced anti nephropathic effects.
Amelioration of heat stress induced disturbances of antioxidant defense system in chicken by brahma rasayana.
Chandola, "Role of rasayana in cure and prevention of recurrence of vicharchika (eczema)," Ayu, vol.
These include Ksharsutra (Medicated alkaline thread used for anorectal surgery in Ayurveda) therapy for ano-rectal disorders and Rasayana (Rejuvenative therapy for senile degenerative disorders proposed in Ayurveda) for geriatrics care etc.
There are four kinds of specialised wellness packages: Rasayana Chikitsa (anti-ageing); Manashanthy (stress relief); Pancha Karma (rejuvenation); and Thanlyakina Chikitsa (weight reduction), usually lasting 14, 21 or 28 days.