Nature Cure For Common Disease is written by me in lucid style of English so that each and every body must understand and practice naturopathy for their well-being. This book comprises of two parts namely Part 'A' and Part 'B'.
In part 'A' there are fifteen chapters and deals with introduction to nature cure, several types of baths, diseases cure with natural methods, fasting, good sleep, health hazards of coffee, tea, massage therapy, naturopathy versus modern medicine, nutritive foods and health, raw foods for perfect health, raw juice therapy (role of exercise in health and diseases, role of vitamins in health and diseases, sprouts for health) wheat grass as a miracle medicine.
In part 'B' there are forty-seven chapters deals with diseases with their causes, symptoms and naturopathy treatment. Several photos are inserted in this book to make the book more informative and practical in approach. This book would be useful to public at large.
About the Author:
Prof. T.L Devaraj, a post-graduate degreeholder in Ayurveda from Banaras Hindu University, served as a lecturer, assistant professor and professor of Ayurveda. At present he is working as Professor and Head of the Department of Post-graduate Studies (M.D.) in Shalya Tantra at G.C.I.M., Bangalore. He is a member of the Board of Studies in Ayurveda for Bangalore and Mysore universities. Besides being an academician, he is practising physician and examiner for different subjects of Ayurveda in several universities in India. He has to his credit 21 books on Ayurveda, out of which three have been recognized by the Central Council of Indian Medicine for degree courses.
This book, Ayurveda for Perfect Health, is his 22nd book in which he has explained the basic concepts of Ayurveda and its golden rule of healthy body and mind to promote perfecte health. He has been awarded an international award and honoured for his outstanding contribution to Ayurveda by His Holiness Jagadguru Shankaracharya of Sharda Peetam. The title Ayurveda Bhaskara was awarded to him by Shri B.D. Jatti, the former Vice-President.