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There will NOT be personal advise on health as Ayurveda cannot be done by phone, by mail or even internet. The importance of seeing the patient and studying the pathology is the most important thing. Otherwise any so called advise is just symptomatic and not really Ayurveda which treats dosha as the cause of pathology (CS, Su Ch 1.57)

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The Psychology of Transformation in Yoga

The Psychology of Transformation in Yoga This is a book I wrote some years ago that has never been published in English. The main idea of this book is that the six Dharshana – that are called the six main philosophy’s of ancient India – are actually practical methods of transformation. This book focuses on the Samkhya Dharshana and a Vedantic (...)

I’m not doing Ayurveda anymore

I’m not doing Ayurveda anymore This is what a patient sent me by email the other day. For me this is a total misunderstanding of what Ayurveda is and represents as a vision of health care. Ayur means life, so if I say “I’m not doing Ayurveda anymore” it really means, “I am dead” or “I want to die”. Another line I have heard is “I’m doing a little Ayurveda” which means, “I am only partially (...)

Cancer & Chemotherapy

Cancer & Chemotherapy - choices to make This a letter I wrote to a very old friend with whom I am very close concerning her choice on how to follow up her treatment of breast cancer. She had surgery and six weeks of radiation therapy. The doctors would like her to now follow up with chemotherapy. She lives in the (...)

Multiple Sclerosis Protocols in Ayurveda

These are my notes from a class I taught in Zurich last September (2012). I use these with my MS patients as well. I hope they help you or someone you know.


I had an interesting case last week. The thing that was so interesting about it was that it was a pathology started and maintained by Kapha. There were no signs of Vata involvement, which in my practice is rare. Read the whole article by clicking on the link above (its free, no pop ups). (...)

Ayurvedic Psychology

The Caraka Samhita establishes that the causes of psychological disorders are due to the wrong use of the mind. “Thinking is an object for the mind (it can be observed). Thus the wrong use of the mind creates abnormal mental conditions. The right use of the mind creates mental stability.” CS, (...)

The use of essential oils in Ayurveda

The use of essential oils is very common today. Unfortunately, there is a new tendency to use essential oils internally and externally as medicines. I am not sure why or where this bad habit began, but it is a modern development based on a “quick fix” mentality. Certainly there is an economic aspect to it because essential oils have a very long shelf life. According to Ayurveda it is certain (...)

Ayurveda and Homeopathy

In Ayurvedic medicine, there are six basic therapeutic approaches with which diet, herbs and lifestyle can be utilized to deal with various disorders. In Homeopathic medicine the approach of treating “similar with similar” is just one among the six approaches of Ayurveda. Homeopathy uses a (...)


Ayurvedic medicine recognizes that all disease is the result of doshic imbalance. Therefore, all diseases are classified first by dosha that is implicated in the disorder (Roga) and then by the dosha that has caused the disorder (dosha + ja). In Ayurveda disorders of the tendons are considered to be related to Rakta Dhatu which is managed by Pitta Dosha. Normally any problem with the tendons (...)

Maternal and fetal exposure to pesticides associated to genetically modified foods

Maternal and fetal exposure to pesticides associated to genetically modified foods in Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada Pesticides associated to genetically modified foods (PAGMF), are engineered to tolerate herbicides such as glyphosate (GLYP) and gluphosinate (GLUF) or insecticides such (...)

Sweat will smell like ammonia

Your sweat will smell like ammonia only if an excessive amount of amino acids are being used for energy, or you are not receiving adequate water. The key to avoiding that ammonia smell is to ingest sufficient amounts of carbohydrates, such as whole grains. Wrong diet is the main cause, too (...)

Castor oil

Castor oil is the only oil that removes ama and congested mala or kapha when used with heat. It will reduce tumors and any excess tissues. It reduces vata strongly. Internally it moves down and so controls apana vayu. As a laxative it reduces vata by collecting it from different places in the (...)


A good video on the question of vaccines. The main problem with vaccines is not the idea in and of itself. Ayurveda used vaccines in various forms since ancient times. The problem today is that doses are too high and several different vaccines are mixed together (...)

Eye disorders

Triphala Eye Treatment For all kinds of eye disorders

Ayurveda and Thyroid

According to Ayurveda the thyroid is located in the 6th tissue level or Majjadhatu. Majja is controlled by Kapha dosha. According to Ayurveda the thyroid function is controlled by Pitta dosha. Pitta is responsible for all of the metabolic actions carried out by the thyroid gland. From the (...)