An Interpretation of Ancient Hindu Medicine by Chandra Chakraberty

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By Chandra Chakraberty

Раритетное издание. Книга 1923 года издания, один из первых учебников по Аюрведе на английском языке. Аюрведу называют «матерью медицины». Аюрведа была впервые записана в Ведах – древнейших писаниях. Эта система оздоровления практикуется в повседневной жизни Индии на протяжении 5000 лет. Это одна из древнейших медицинских систем, которая оказала большое влияние на развитие арабской и европейской медицины. Аюрведа или “наука о жизни” учит, что болезнь есть разбалансирование различных энергий в теле человека. Она помогает восстановить равновесие между этими энергиями и таким образом поддерживать здоровье.

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Coraco-claviculare, lig^ ANATOMY \ ^onoicleum and 5. lig. 29 trajoezoideum). Susruta III. 15-1@= It very likely that Susruta by 'simanta* means only the synovial capsule and the membrane which are usually found at the joint of more than two bones and which he calls 'samis ghdta\ By tlie general term 'saudhi' he has designated the articular joint and which he has enumerated as 210 and tlie fibrous band which binds the bones at the joints together (ligament) to the bones {tendons,) whether and the muscles ligamentous or tendonous, he by the common designation 'snayu*-'io bind' and which he describes to be nine hundred (///.

We and progress. can not afford to cling to an empty shell, carry the dead weight of the past on our back, sacrificing our future, unless we want to be counted with the extinct races. At the other extreme, there may be some who have made a free ride on the wings of imagination, and there could not be such an advanced medical technique in will contend that I the remote past. I want them to follow closely the 1 text. original suffer from no national Exaggeration, on the other hand, I believe, is apt to lower the Have I been subintrinsic value of a thing.

400 of them are in the 4 extremities, 66 in the trunk, and 34 ^bove the shoulder (in the neck and the head). 24 ANCIENT HINDU MEDICINE imdahgull ) of each foot have 15 muscles, having 3 muscles for each toe ;, 10 in **Tlie toes { the fore-foot {padagre) 10 in the heel {hurchin the ankle and the sole (gulpha-talayoh) cJia) ; 10 between the ankle and the knee {gulpha; ; 20 in janvantare = Ieg) 20 ; 5 in th^ knee (janu) the thigh {uru) 10 in the groin (vanJcsana) : thus in one foot there are 100 muscles so in ; ; ; the other foot and the two arms.

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