Antioxidant approach to disease management and the role of 'Rasayana' herbs of Ayurveda.

@article{Govindarajan2005AntioxidantAT,
  title={Antioxidant approach to disease management and the role of 'Rasayana' herbs of Ayurveda.},
  author={Raghavan Govindarajan and Madhavan Vijayakumar and Palpu Pushpangadan},
  journal={Journal of ethnopharmacology},
  year={2005},
  volume={99 2},
  pages={165-78}
}
The disease preventive and health promotive approach of 'Ayurveda', which takes into consideration the whole body, mind and spirit while dealing with the maintenance of health, promotion of health and treating ailments is holistic and finds increasing acceptability in many regions of the world. Ancient Ayurvedic physicians had developed certain dietary and therapeutic measures to arrest/delay ageing and rejuvenating whole functional dynamics of the body system. This revitalization and… CONTINUE READING

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