Idiot’s Guides To Ayurveda – Book Review

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If you are looking for a book on Ayurveda written in simple language and easily digestible format, then Idiot’s guides To Ayurveda can be a good read for you.

Alternative medicine Ayurveda is fast-growing for reasons quite obvious. The natural healing system with roots in the Indian subcontinent has much to offer to the humankind. Not only cure to diseases, but the medical system can also help in preventing diseases.

The renowned author Sahara Rose Ketabi explains the Ayurveda jargons such as the Doshas and Dhatus in simple terms so that you can understand them and apply them in real life.

What Can You Expect From The Book?

By reading the book, you will be able to discover your unique mind-body type and determine the lifestyle most suitable for “you” to lead a healthy and happy life. 

And, this includes guidelines on diet, exercise and a typical daily routine that would be most beneficial for you. To this end, the author has provided simple recipes and tips for establishing a daily routine to get you started.

She also gives practical inputs to certain tricky areas like adhering to the ayurvedic do’s and don’ts even while eating out and how to cook for your family who will have their own unique mind-body types.

The Book Talks About The Healing Methods Too

The book covers about Panchakarma, one of the well known Ayurveda healing methods. It also provides home remedies for common health issues such as heartburn, indigestion, diarrhoea and more. Further, there is a chapter on the spiritual side of Ayurveda as well. 

Thus, the author covers the various aspects of the traditional medicinal practice in the book, giving you a deeper insight in this regard.

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Foreword from Deepak Chopra:

Furthermore, the book Idiot’s Guides to Ayurveda has a foreword from the renowned alternative medicine advocate Deepak Chopra who promptly acknowledges the content.

In his words:

“A must-read for anyone coming to Ayurveda for the first time or as a readable brush-up for all. Sahara offers a contemporary explanation of Ayurvedic wisdom that resonates with today’s readers.”

More information about the book and the author:

Number of pages: 336

Have you read this book? If yes, you are welcome to share your views on the book in the comments section.

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