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HRB338-Ayurveda 013 Anxiety Depression Iatrogenic Illness

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This is the 13th of 131 (1.5 to 3 minutes long Ayur-Ved video clips) of a 4 hour long seminar.

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From we offer you: Intro to 3 Types of Mental Emotional Illnesses in Ayurveda - Introduction to Ayurvedic Psychology Therapies in Buddhist Ayurveda or Tibetan Medicine - Vata Dosha (Space and Air) Anxiety - Panic, Pitta Dosha (Fire and Water) Anger - Mania - Manic, Kapha Dosha (Water and Earth) Depression - Sadness – Commentary on Ayurveda and the Mind with Lectures from the Charaka of Patanjali (200 B.C.) and Sushruta of Nagarjuna (200 A.D.).

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