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Item Code: NAF385
Author: Dr. Rakesh Jindal
Publisher: Arogya Sewa Prakashan
Language: English
Edition: 2013
ISBN: 8190138626
Pages: 384 (Throughout Illustration)
Cover: Hardcover
Other Details: 10.0 inch x 7.5 inch
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In the age of so-called modern science, as man becomes a slave of physical comforts and goes away from Nature, he is becoming a victim of new and dangerous diseases like cancer, AIDS etc. As ambitions have increased in his life, tension and worry have become part of his life. It is now common to see people suffering from high blood pressure, sleeplessness, heart trouble, diabetes etc. As competition increases at national and international level in business and commerce, people do not eat, sleep or remain awake at proper time. Their families are also breaking up. They neither get the affection of father, mother, brother or sister nor are they able to enjoy family life among their wives and children. To free himself from the pressure of his personal life, a man spends time in clubs and hotels, drinks and smokes and returns late at night. People are spoiling their health in. polluted atmosphere brought about by modern life-styles.

To have a healthy life one should follow the principles of Nature and should be disciplined in his daily life, while eating, sleeping and waking. With regard to this Yogiraj Shri Krishna has said in Geeta :

Similarly, if man violates the rules of Nature, he is punished by Nature and becomes sick.

The growing inflation and high prices, adulterated and unnatural food are responsible for destroying the health of people. But the most dangerous and harmful factor is the modern medical system in which poisonous and strong medicines and injections are given which give temporary relief but because of which diseases increase day by day.

When a person is caught in the vicious circle of modern life and modern medicine and sees no way to get out of this frightening problem, and when he has exhausted all his money and strength in fighting his disease, he turns to God and Nature Cure. Ram Nam and Nature Cure are not only a system of curing diseases but they also form a simple way of living. The common man is again attracted by this system of treatment and sees a ray of hope in it. Keeping this in mind, it has been felt that there is a need for a book about Nature Cure treatment which gives guidance to the common man. In the present book all the main methods of Nature Cure treatment are given. Besides these, knowledge is also given about Yogasan, pranayam, food and daily life. Among Mahatma Gandhi's constructive works was "Be Your Own Doctor". It is hoped that this book would inspire the reader to realise this dream. The readers may take full advantage of the knowledge given in this book and not only protect their health but also of their families and friends.

I am glad that my Hindi book entitled "Prakritik Ayurvigyan" is now being published in English. It has been very popular all over the country.

I must thank Shri Suresh Gupta for the careful and intelligent adaptation of the Book and to Shri H.C. Pant for his active co-operation.

It is possible that there are some printing errors in a book of this nature and size. I request the readers to inform me about them so that they can be corrected in the next edition of this book.


History of Nature Cure

The science of Naturopathy or Nature Cure is as old as Nature itself. It is oldest of all the prevailing systems of medicine and thus it can be called the mother of other systems. All important aspects of Nature Cure are given in Vedas, such as fasting and treatment by water.

After Vedic period came Pauranic period, in which also the system of Nature Cure prevailed. Raja Dileep had undergone Milk Kalp and had lived in forest. The infertile queens of King Dasharath had undergone Fruit Kalp and had eaten only one kind of fruit after which they gave birth to children. In the beginning, no system of medicine used to be in practice. Whenever people became unwell they fasted to regain health. The use of medicines started with the period of Ravan.

Ravan led a life of indulgence. He used to drink alcoholic drinks and could not follow the rules of Nature Cure like fasting. Therefore, he ordered vaidyas that they search a way by which on falling sick one did not have to fast. The vaidyas searched and brought medicinal herbs which on being boiled in water produced a concoction which acted as medicine to cure various diseases. There- after medicines began to be used even by the general public. Treatment with medicines was very simple, and therefore, it became popular among the people. But the use of medicines was a wrong way for treating sick persons. Therefore, the general health of the people began to go down. Today, the main cause of bad health of people is the extensive use of medicine.

It is written in the Buddhist book, "Mahavagga" that once Lord Buddha was going from Shravasti to Rajgrih. During the journey, he stayed at a Sangh, called "Kaland". There, one day, a Buddhist monk was bitten by a snake. Lord Buddha was informed about this incident. He told the monks: "I order you that to destroy poison use smooth .earth, cow dung, urine and ash." From this incidence, which is two and a half thousand years old, we know that in India since ancient times earth has been used to cure diseases. Similarly, Lord Buddha had advised a monk named "Pilidakhab", when he fell ill, to take steam bath and to take bath with hot water. If we look at history we find that in ancient times there were neither medicines nor doctors as we have at present. Even then the people led a happy and long life. It was a period when people naturally remained healthy. They were not weak and unhealthy as people are these days. They were physically, mentally and spiritually strong. They lived in harmony with Nature. Their bond with Nature was never broken. They were born in the womb of Nature, they were brought up in Nature, they attained a long life and in the end happily merged with Nature.

From this very period some religious traditions were established in our country, such as going on pilgrimage to holy places, observance of Kalp Vas, fasts, satvik food, taking of saltless food once a week, repetition of Ramnam and worship of Ether, Air, Sun, Water and Earth. These religious traditions were found very necessary to maintain good health. In ancient times as the people lived a natural life they seldom fell ill, and if some one fell ill, because he had violated any rule of Nature, then he undertook fast and got well.

In Nature Cure yoga asans have a special place. Yogic asans have also been practised in our country since ancient times. There are many asans. Our Rishis have invented these asans thousands of years ago after extensive experiments for the physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing of humanity. These days, asans are generally used to cure diseases. Many incurable and chronic diseases are cured by Asans. However, if someone practises these yogic Asans along with yogic kriyas, he would never fall ill and would attain a very long life.

The treatments given at present in Nature Cure were well known in India in ancient times though their names were different. For example, "Water Sipping" was known as "Achman", "Sitz Bath" as "Jalsparsh", "Enema" as "Vasti" and "Steam Bath" as "Svedsnan". Similarly, the purpose for which "Sunbath" is taken in modern times was served by "Surya Namaskar". For eye diseases at present "Sun Gazing" technique is used, which is similar to "Tratak". "Air-Cure" of modern times was "Pranayam".

Treatment by fasting is also not new. It is written in Chandyoq Upnishad that a person can easily fast for 15 days, if he drinks plenty of water during fast. Upnishad has also indicated diseases in which fasting is beneficial and how a fast should be broken.

Not only in ancient India but in other parts of the world also treatment by fasting was very common. Thus, Nature Cure in one form or other, was known all over the world. But later on as the influence of medicines and doctors increased, people began to forget Nature Cure. Medicines, especially poisonous medicines, suppress the disease. The people began to believe that these medicines cured their disease in a short time. They were misled in believing so by the doctors or vaidyas who prescribed these medicines. The people did not realise that medicines do not cure diseases, but only suppress them.

Medicines have another attraction besides their claim to cure diseases as if by magic. It is the convenience of taking medicine. A person becomes ill, he goes to a doctor or vaidya, he is given a few pills, he takes them with water and is assured that his disease would be cured. He is not required to do anything else as is the case with Nature Cure treatment in which fasting, enema, various baths, mud packs, etc. are necessary.

The third reason for diminishing use of Nature Cure treatment was the encouragement given to medicines by the government and indifferent attitude of government towards Nature Cure treatment.

The fourth reason for the diminishing influence of Nature Cure is that once people take medicines, they become habituated to it. Their life force becomes so weak that they cannot withstand the rules of Nature Cure treatment.

Besides these four reasons for the downfall of Nature Cure, there are other minor reasons. The modern advertising of medicines to cure various diseases has influenced the masses in believing that a certain medicine produced by a big company would cure their disease. In this way, through radio and TV, medicines have been sold on a large scale for headache, fevers and constipation.

Many centuries before Christ, Hypocrates, who is regarded as the father of Nature Cure, used to ask his patients to take Sun Bath. In Europe, Nature Cure was revived in the eighteenth century, and since then the knowledge about Nature Cure increased day by day. The Western scholars began to realise that allopathy is full of evil practices. They raised their voice against treatment by medicines and again established Naturopathy as a treatment of diseases. The interesting aspect of this development was that those who raised their voice against the use of medicines were some of the top allopathic doctors.

It is true that Nature Cure has been the ancient system of treatment in India, but the credit for its revival goes to Western countries. This cannot be denied.

Birth and Development of Modern Naturopathy

Many influencial people have helped in the revival of Naturopathy. Some of them had spent a large part of their lives in giving treatment to patients with medicines but were not satisfied with the results of their work. Some of them did not have faith in the science of treatment by medicines. The third category of the pioneers of modern Naturopathy was of those who suffered from some disease and experienced the bad results of treatment by medicines, and whose lives were ultimately saved by Naturopathy. In the first category were two prominent allopathic doctors: James Currie and Sir John Floyer. They lived in the eighteenth century.

Dr. Floyer belonged to l.ichfield town in England. In Lichfield, there was a spring, in which farmers bathed to improve their health. On seeing this, Dr. Floyer became interested in the curative power of water.

Dr. James Currie belonged to Liver- pool in England. In 1717 he wrote a book on treatment by water.

Vincenz Preisnitz

Though Dr. James Currie and Dr. Floyer did the pioneering work in reviving Naturopathy during their time it was not adopted for giving treatment to patients. This was first done by Dr. Vinceriz Preisnitz of Germany. That is why, according to some scholars, Dr. Preisnitz was the father of modern Naturopathy.

Silas O. Gleason

The work of Dr. Preisnitz was further propagated by his student, Silas O. Gleason.

James C. Jackson

He is regarded as the first American to introduce Nature Cure in America. He was born in 1811.

Hargarscheu, Bliz, Falke

These three German Naturopaths became very famous. They made tireless efforts to develop Naturopathy.

Johannes Schroth

In the revival of Naturopathy, the place• of Johannes Schroth is similar to that of Vincenz Preisnitz. Schroth was a contemporary of Preisnitz and he also lived near Preisnitz in Germany. But his work was quite independent. He was inspired by a monk to take up Naturopathy. First, he cured an injury in his knee. Later, he treated his mad dogs and horses with great success. After he gained perfection in this system of treatment, he cured many patients. When he gained lot of fame, those who had vested interests in treatment by medicines began to speak ill against him. They caused him much trouble and even got him sent to jail. But, after he came out of jail, the Duke of Wurtemberg was injured in a war in 1849. He healed the wounds of Duke of Wurtemberg in a few days and then his enemies disappeared and he was recognised as a great Naturopath. His system of Naturopathy is known as "Schroth Cure".

Emanual Schroth

Emanual Schroth was the son of Johannes Schroth. He propagated the Schroth Cure and cured many patients with this system of Naturopathy.

Father Sebastian Kennpp

Father Kennpp was a contemporary of Johannes Schroth. He also propagated the system of Naturopathy with great devotion and enthusiasm. He made many' inventions with regard to water treatment. Besides giving water treatment to his patients, Father Kennpp also gave them herbal treatment. He had his own sanatorium which he ran for more than 45 years with great success. Even today, many institutions have been founded after his name. The membership of these institutions is more than 50,000. There is also a "Kennpp Store" in the city of Dusseldorf where herbs, oil, soap and natural foods are displayed and sold. Father Kennpp wrote a book "My Water Cure" which, even now is widely read. He died in 1897 at the age of 75.



Chapter -1 Introduction  
  History of Nature Cure 17
  History of Nature Cure in India 27
  The Creation of Body 41
Chapter - 2 Philosophy of Nature Cure 52
Chapter - 3 Ten Basic Principles of Nature Cure  
1 All diseases are same, their causes are same and tgeur treatment is same 55
2 Germs do not cause diseae 56
3 Acute illness is not an enemy but a friend. 56
4 Nature itself is the doctor. 57
5 Tratment is not of a paritcular disease but of the entire body the patient. 57
6 Diagnosis of disease is not necessary. 58
7 It takes time to cure a patient suffering from chronic ailments. 59
8 Suppressed diseses come to surface through Nature Cure. 59
9 Simultaneous treatment of body, mind and soul. 60
10 No mendicines should be given to the patient during Nature Cure treatment. 60
Chapter-4 Nature Cure is Pure Ayurved 62
Chapter-5 The Means of Nature Cure- The Five Elements and Ram-Nam 69
Chapter-6 Treatment byu Supreme soul  
  How to pray to God 72
  Curing disease with Prayer 73
Chapter-7 Treatment by Ether Element  
17 Celibacy and Self Control 77
27 Rest and Relaxation 82
41 Fast 85
  Complete Fast for how many days? 87
  Preparation for complete Fast 87
52 Things to be remembered during Complete Fast 88
  How and when to brak complete Fast? 88
  After Complete Fast 89
55 Effect of Compelte Fast on the Body 89
56 Evacuation of Bowels 90
  Temperature 90
56 Pulse 90
57 Blood 90
  Liver 90
  Urine 90
  Skin 90
  Nervous System 90
  Weight 91
59 Breath 91
  Crisses during Fast and their Management 91
  Treatment through Fasting. 91
  Happiness 92
60 How to be Happy 92
  Entertainment 92
60 Curing Disease by Entertainment . 93
  Deep sleep 93
  What is Deep Sleep? 93
62 Some Measure to fall in Deep Sleep 93
  How many hours one should sleep? 94
  The place of sleep and bed. 95
  Time to sleep 95
  Sleep and Dream 95
69 Sleep a means to cure disease. 96
Chapter-8 Treatment by Air Element  
72 Air Element 97
73 Air Bath or Morning Walk 97
  Food recommended for Morning Walkers 98
  Benefits of Air Bath 99
  Control over "Swar" 99
  Left Swar 100
  Right Swar 100
  Sushumna 100
  Improvement of Health by control over Swar 101
  Massage 102
  Treatment of Diseases through Massage 102
  Types fo Massage 102
  Dry Friction Bath 104
  Paste Bath 104
  Milk Bath 104
  Massage of small Children 104
  Exercise 105
  Different kinds of Exercise 105
  Walking 106
  Swimming 106
  Pish Ups 106
  Wrestling 106
  Mugdar 106
  Horse Riding 106
  Running 106
  Games 106
  Gardning 106
  Dancing 106
  Singing 106
  Foreign Exercises 107
  Ju-Jutsu 107
  Parallel Bars 107
  Exercise for the Development of Different Parts of Body 108
  Exercise of Neck and Chest 108
  Exercise for Chest and Arms 108
  Exercise of Heart, Stomach and Liver. 108
  Exercise of the Back 108
  Exercise of the Hip Region 108
  Conditions for good results of Exercise 109
  Which Exercise should be done? 110
  What is prohibited for Exercise? 110
  Exercise for Women 110
  Curing Disease with Exercise 111
  Scientific Yoga Asan 111
  Types of Asans 112
  View of Scientist regarding Asans 113
  Special information regarding Asans 113
  Asans for a particular disease 114
  Disease in which Patient relieved by  
  A paricular Asan 115
  Asan which has to be followed by a 117
  paricualr Asan 117
  Asans prohibited for some diseases 117
  Types, Methods and Benefits of Asans 117
  Padmasan 118
  Shavasan 118
  Ashvasan 118
  Uttanpadasan 119
  Pawanmuktasan 119
  Pashchimottanasan 119
  Chalrasan 120
  Sarvangasan 120
  Halasan 121
  Matsyasan 121
  Mayurasan 122
  Vajrasan 122
  Ushtrasan 123
  Ardhmatsyendrasan 123
  Gomukhasan 124
  Bhungasan 124
  Shalabhasan 124
  Naukasan 125
  Dhanurasan 125
  Utkatasan 125
  Garurasan 126
  Yoga Mudra 126
  Shirshasan 127
  Tadasan 127
  Reqirements for success in Asans 128
  Scinetific Surya Namaskar Special information about 128
  Surya Namaskar 128
  Twleve Mantras of Surya Namaskar 128
  Pranayam 131
  Three main Nadis 131
  To make "Bandh" 132
  What are Bandhs 132
  The Meaning and Purpose of Pranauyam 132
  Ordinary Breathing 132
  Preparationfor Yogic Pranayam 132
  How to do Yogic Pranayam 133
  Special Pranayam 133
1 Anulom-Vilom Pranayam or Nadi Shodhan Pranayam 133
2 Bhastrica Pranayam 134
3 Suryabhedi pranayam 134
4 Chandrabhedi Pranayam 134
5 Ujjayi Pranayam 134
6 Sheetla Pranayam 134
7 Sheetkari Parnayam 135
8 Bhramri Pranayam 135
9 Plavani Pranayam 135
10 Agnisar kriya 135
  Six Yogic kriyas 135
  Dhoti 135
  Vasti 136
  Neti 136
  Nauli 137
  Kapal Bhanti 137
  Tratak 137
  Scinece fo Hnad Mudra 138
Chapter-9 Treatment by Sun-Element  
  The Source of Light: Sun and the Solar System 140
  Analysis of Light 141
  Red Rays 141
  Orange Rays 141
  Yellow Rays 142
  Green Rays 142
  Blue Rays 143
  Indigo Rays 143
  Violet Rays 143
  White Rays 144
  Treament of Diseass by Sun Light 144
  Ordinary Sun Bath 145
  Rickley Sun Bath 145
  Kuhne Sun Bath 145
  Sun Bath With wet cloth 145
  Benefits of Sun Bath 146
  Charging Water or Oil with Sun light 146
  Ayurved and Treatment by Sun rays 146
  Use of different colour rays 146
  Sun Rays Treatment Chart 148
  Sunrays Treatment in Brief 154
  Use of Hot Air, Hot Water and Hot Earth 154
  Steam Bath 154
  Dry Bath 155
  Turkish Bath 155
  Use of Hot Water 155
  Drinking Hot water 155
  Enema with Hot Water 156
  Hot water Bath 156
  Shallow Bath 156
  Hot Hip Bath 156
  Hot Foot Bath 157
  Hot Fomentatiom 157
  Alternate Fomentation 157
  Heating by Hot Water Bottles 158
  Foot Pack 158
Chapter-10 Treatment by water Element  
  Soft Water 159
  Hard Water 159
  Medium Hard Water 159
  Use of Cold Water on the Body 160
  Momentary Contact with Cold Water 160
  Prolonged Contact with Water 160
1 Oridinary Daily Bath 161
2 Dry Frictiion Bath 161
3 Cold Friction Bah 162
4 Bath by Swimmin in a River 163
5 Bath in Rain water 163
6 Sea Bath 163
7 Mineral Water Bath 163
8 Continuous Bath 163
9 Shower Bath 164
10 Towel Bath 164
11 Foot Bath 164
12 Hip Bath 164
13 Hot Hip Bath 165
14 Sitz Bath 165
15 Spinal Bath 165
16 Hot Spinal Bath 166
17 Eye Bath 166
18 Head Bath 166
  Wet Bandage 166
  Cold Wet Bandage 166
  Hot Wet Bandage 166
  Wet Sheet Pack 167
  Wet Bandage on Head 167
  Wet Bandage on Neck 167
  Wet Bandag of Chest or Chest Pack 167
  Wet Bandage on Stomach 168
  Wet Bandage on Waist 168
  Inner use of Cold Water 168
  Driniking Water 169
  Ushapan 169
  Driniking Water during Fever 170
  Drinking Water during Fast 170
  What kind of Water one should drink 170
  How much Water one should drink 170
  Anal Bath 170
  Vagina Bath 171
  Enema 171
  Tonic Enema 172
  Wihholding Enema with Water boiled with various leaves 172
  Medicinal Enema 173
  Benefits of Enema 174
  Stomach Bath /Kunjar/Jal Dhoti 174
  Stomach and Intestine Bath or Shankh Prakshalan 174
Chapter-11 Treatment by Earth Element  
  Qualities of Earth 177
  Different Types of Earth 178
  Direct Contact with Earth 178
  Benefit of Walking Barefoot on Earth 178
  Bath with Wet or Dry Earth 179
  Dry Earth Bath 179
  Wet Earth Bath 180
  Earth Treatment 180
  Application of Earth in Diseases 180
  Hot Babdage of Eartg 180
  Cold Bandage of Earth 181
  Mud Bag 182
  Eating Sand 182
Chpater-12 Treatment by Food  
  Balance Diet 183
  Proteins 183
  Usfulnesss of Proteins 183
  Too much or Too little Protein is harmful 184
  Daily Requirements of Protein 184
  Carohyadrates 184
  Harm of eating too much Carbohydrates 184
  Daily requiement of Carbohydrates 185
  Fats 185
  Harm caused by Too llittle or Too much Intake of Fats 185
  Daily requriment of Fats 185
  Roughage 185
  Water 186
  Mineral Salts 186
  Calcium 187
  Iodine 187
  Iron 187
  Magnesium 187
  Photosphorous 187
  Potassium 187
  Sodium 187
  Vitamins 187
  VitaminA 188
  Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 188
  Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 188
  VitaminB3 (Niacin) 188
  ViaminB4 188
  VitaminB5 188
  Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 189
  ViaminB12 (Cobalamin) 189
  VitaminC (Ascorbic Acid) 189
  Vitamin D (Caloferol) 189
  Vitamin E (Tocoperol) 189
  Vitamin F 189
  Vitamin K (Menadione) 189
  Vitamin P (Bioflavonoid) 189
  Vitamin B 15 189
  Acidity and Alklinity of Food 189
  Food Tratment Char 191
  Health Giving Diet 198
  Mono Diet 198
  Food Combinations 198
  Balance Diet 199
  Balance Diet with respect to Acidity and  
  Alkalinity of Blood 200
  Roughly Balanced Diet 201
  Cheapest Balanced Diet 201
  Balanced Diet for a Young Labourer 202
  Daily Balanced Diet frir and Old Person 202
  Natural and Satvik Diet 202
  Natural Food or Living Food 202
  Vegetarian Food 203
  Diet According to Season 204
  Some special Health Giving Food 204
  Milk Treatment (KALP) 205
  Fruits, Natural Food of Human Beings 206
  Qyalitiies of Fruits 207
  The Rules of Eating Fruits 207
  Fruit Treatment 208
  Dry Frutis 209
  Leafy Vegetables 210
  Tratment of Diseases by Juices 210
  Cereals 211
  Table of Vegetables Values 212
  Table of Fruits Values 213
  Raw Sugar 214
  Honey 215
  Harmful Food 215
  Herbal Treatment 215
  Herbs suitables for Nature Cure 216
  Uncooked Food 216
  Sprouts of Cereals and Seeds 217
  Salad 218
  Fruits of Fruit Salad 220
  Vegetable Salad 220
  Sauce 220
  Fruit Cream 220
  Milkand Curd 220
  Fruit Juice 220
  Vegetabe Juice 221
  Dry Fruits 221
Chapter-13 How to change over from cooled to Uncooked Food 221
  What is Disease? 221
  Causes of Disease 226
  Unntaural Way of Life 227
  Foreign Matter 227
  Depletion of Life Force 228
  Hereditary 229
  Wrong Treatment 229
  Outside Injury or Accident 229
  Disease causing Germs 229
  Types of Diseas and their Classification 229
  Spiritual Disease 230
  Mental illlness 230
  Causes of Mental lllness 230
  Harm of Mental Diseases and Physical Diseases cused by them 231
  How to stop Mental lllness? 232
  Physical Diseasse 232
  What are Acute Diseases? 232
  Chronic Disease 233
  Signs of Healthy Body 233
  Benefits of Diesases 235
Chapter-14 Duties of Patient, Doctor and Nurse  
  The Duties of Patient 236
  Prayer to God 236
  Self Control 236
  Simple and Good Living (Sadachar) 236
  Will Powrt 237
  Sufficient Rest 237
  Happiness 237
  Entertainment 238
  Deep Sleep 238
  The Duties of a Phusician 238
  Duties of a Nurse 241
  Duties of Friends and Family Members of the Patient 241
Chapter-15Di Diseases of Organs from Neck to Head  
  Headache 242
  Migraine 244
  Bald Head 244
  Dryness of Hair 245
  Live of Hair 245
  Pimples 245
  Black Spots 246
  Smallpox Spots 246
  Small Boils in Beard 247
  Eye Disease 247
  SevenTypes of Eyes 247
  Removal of causes of Eye Deiseases 248
  Exercise of Eyes 249
  Winking Exercise 249
  Eye Chart Exercise 249
  OM Chakra Exercise 249
  Palming 249
  Facing the Sun Exercise I 250
  Facing the Sun Exercise II 250
  Some Examples of Treatment 251
  Time Table for Weak Eyes or for the Removal of Soectacles 251
  Treatment offor curing Eye Catract 251
  Diseases of Nose and Breating System 253
  Cold or Catarrh 253
  Bronchitis 254
  Sinusitis 255
  Epistaxis 256
  Polypus(Nakra) 256
  Small Boils of Nose 256
  Ear Diseases 256
  Ompaired Heairng or Deafness 257
  Roaring Sound in the Ear 257
  Discharge from Ears 258
  Pain or small Boils in the Ear 258
  Dental Diseases 258
  Pyorrhoea 259
  Toothache 259
  Swelling of Gums 259
  Diseases of Tongue, Nouth , Throatand Neck 260
  Blister in Mouth 260
  Cough 260
  Tonsillitis 261
  Goitre 262
  Small Boils of Palate or Dryness 262
  Hoarseness 263
  Laryngitis 263
Chpater-16 Diseses of Digestive system  
  Constipation 264
  Dyspepsia 266
  Diarrhoea 267
  Cholera 268
  Vpmiting and Nausea 270
  Dysentry 271
  Chronic Collitis 271
  Dropsy 275
  Stomachache 276
  Prolapsus of Anus 278
  Piles 278
  Worms 280
  Hernia 280
  Appendicitis 282
  Diabetes 283
  Gall Bladder Stome 285
  Stones in Irinary Tract 286
  Liver Disorder 287
  Jaundice 288
  Ber-Beri 289
  Stoppae of Urine 289
  Little or NO Formation of Urine 289
  Blood inUrine 290
  Gluttony 290
  Thirst 290
  Thinness 290
  Obesity 291
  Table -Normal Weight of Children 293
  Table- Average weight of Menand women according to Height 293
Chapter-17 Diseases of Blood, Heart and Lungs  
  Acidity 294
  Anaemia 294
  Fever 295
  Ordinary Fever 295
  Malaria 295
  Typhoid 297
  Influenza 298
  Dengue Fever 298
  Phyleria 299
  Plague 299
  Meningitis 300
  Kalazar 300
  Heart Trouble 300
  High Blood Pressure 302
  Low Blood Pressure 304
  Tuberculosis 304
  Asthma 306
  Pleurisy 308
  Bronchitis 309
  Pneumonia 310
  Broncho-Pneumonia 310
  Bleeding From Lungs 311
Chapter-18 Diseses of the Nervous System  
  Nervous Breakdown 312
  Neuritis 313
  Rheumatism 314
  Gout 315
  Sciatica 316
  Lumbago 316
  Paralysis 316
  Epilepsy 317
  Stress 317
  Insanity 318
  Insomnia 318
  Fainting 319
  Brain Haemorhage 319
  Stammering 319
Chapter-19 Diseases of Male Genitals  
  Wet Dreams 321
  Premature Ejaculation 321
  Masturbation 322
  Impotency 322
  Hydroele 323
  Prostate Disorders 323
Chapter-20 Skin Diseases  
  Leprosy Leucoderma 325
  Eczema 326
  Dermatitis 326
  Measles 327
  Aids 328
  Cancer 329
  Acne 329
  Abscess or Boils 330
  Carbucle 331
  Fistula (Bhagandar) 331
  Felon (Goongi) 332
  Kakhori 332
  Bubo(Baghi) 332
  Nasoor 332
  Itching 333
  Ring Worm 333
Chapter-22 Child Diseases  
  Unsuitable Milk of the Mother 350
  Too much crying 350
  Weak Brain 350
  Teething 350
  Stammering 350
  Thumb Sucking 350
  Bed Wetting 351
  Throwing up Milk 351
  Worms 351
  Enlargement of Liver and Spleen 351
  Measles 352
  Constipation 352
  Whooping Cough 352
  Ricket 352
  Pneumonia 353
  Cramps 353
  Mumps 353
  Diphttheria 353
  Paralysis in Children 353
  Fever 354
  Scurvy 354
  Eczema 354
  Loose Motions 354
Chapter-23 Sudden Afflications  
  Snake Bite 356
  Scorpion Attack 356
  Mad Dog Bite 356
  Poison 356
  Injury 357
  Dislocation or Beaking of Bone 357
  Heat Stroke 357
  Burns 357
  Drowning 358
  Inconsciousness 358
  Outside Objects in Nose 358
  Insect in Ear 358
  Sharp Objects in throat 358
  Hiccup 359
  Artiicial Respiration 359
  Treatnent Influencied by Tagya 361
  Know about Reiki 363
  Reolo {pstire 364
  Acupressure Posture 368
  Magnetic Therapy Posture 370
  Main Naturopathy Centres in India 374
  Educational Institutes of Naturopathy in India 378
  Hindi Version of specific Herbs and other stems. 380
  Hindi Version of Vegetables, Fruits and Dry Fruits etc. 381
  If You Want to Remain Healthy 383
  Spiritual Thought 384


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