Natural Stem Cell stimulation to regenerate damaged tissues in Ayurveda
The physiological-psychological- nature can be transformed to retard the ageing process,health state for ever & steping towards immortility by revealing spritituality .
is explained as "KSHEERA DADHI NYAYA" in ayurveda,5000years back.
The dhatus form the basic stuff of the body – tissues. These are of two categories –Sthayee & Asthayee & generic types of these dhatus are 7. The presence of Sthayee dhatus controls the architecting of Asthayee dhatus throughout life from the available nutrients in the human system with the help of Agni, transporting mechanisms.
If due to deficiency of any nutrition/ in any chronic disease condition any kinds of dhatu get depleted then with the help of Rasayana therapy the process of formation of that particular dhatu/ dhatus is stimulated.
These Sthayee dhatus are stem cell in modern terms & in Ayurveda system of medicines the applied aspect of this concept is elaborately discussed & used therapeutically & as preventive measures for various diseases & as an anti-ageing modality.
Rejuvenation, The Panchakarma therapeutic techniques and Traditional treatments that were used by kings-queens & allied persons in Olden Days are the most powerful methods to utilize the nutrients available within the body systems, to preserve physical-vital-
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Vedanta Ayurveda was started in 1998 by " Dr. Ramniwas Prasher and his wife "Dr. Bhavana Prasher" with a vision to treat the sufferers of Chronic specially stress & life-style generated disorders and to educate the people about the time tested way of living based on Ayurveda guidelines after doing M.D.[Ayurveda]
Nowadays Dr. Bhavana is a consultant in project on “Prakriti in Institute of Genomics & Integrated Biology", previously she contributed in lay outing the principles related to Ayurveda formulary in a data bank named; Traditional Knowledge Digital Library, both research laboratories of CSIR.
Dr.PRASHER'S VISION.The Natural drugs, & Principles of Health & Disease management are expected to play a major role, world wide in the healthcare programme in the 21st Century.