The Theory of the Chronic Miasms of Homeopathy

Continued from the March/April 2017 newsletter It has been acknowledged by medical science that genetic factors play a role in disorders that are environmentally induced and that likewise the environment strongly influences genetic expression. Yet the causative agents...

The Ayurvedic Centre Plants in Campus

Palaash ( Butea monosperma) This plant is commonly known as dhaak and tesu in Hindi and flame of the forest and bastard teak in English. It belongs to the family Leguminosae, subfamily papilionatae and nyagrodhadi gana in Ayurveda. In Kerala, this is called as plasu...

Exercise and Good Health by Swami Rama

The two different kinds of physical exercise essential to good health are stretching exercises such as the yoga postures and aerobic exercises such as jogging. Both are very beneficial for cleansing, relaxing, and revitalizing the body and for helping it function...

68th Republic Day Celebrations

The Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust celebrated nation’s 68th Republic Day with patriotic fervor on 26 January 2017. Cultural programs of dance, drama, song and poetry recitals were presented by the students of the Medical, Paramedical, Nursing, Engineering, and...

The Ayurvedic Centre: Plants in Campus

Sarshap (Brassica campestris) Sarshap is commonly known as sarason in Hindi and mustard/ English field mustard in English. It belongs to the family Cruciferae or Kandughna Gana in Ayurveda. The plant is a very important seed-oil crop in India.The genus Brassica is...