Nadi Pariksha – The Sacred Science of Pulse Diagnosis
Nadi Pariksha is the actual diagnostic technique used by Ayurveda Doctors or Vaidyas as they are called. This diagnostic technique is used to forewarn the patient about potential health risks that will manifest. Such diagnosis even today exists only with Traditional Indian Vaidyas.
About this Pulse Diagnosis Book
About this Pulse Diagnosis Book This book is based on Ravana Nadi. This book helps the Vaidya learn the basics of Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis. The basics itself can take several months for the Vaidya to master. Nadi Pariksha is the actual diagnostic technique used by Ayurveda Doctors or Vaidyas as they are called. This diagnostic technique is used to forewarn the patient about potential health risks that will manifest. Such diagnosis even today exists only with Traditional Indian Vaidyas. What readers say Reader’s say this is the first Pulse Diagnosis Book “Nadi Pariksha: The Sacred Science of Pulse Diagnosis” that gives actual and detailed information about performing Nadi Pariksha. It includes references from the ancient texts and how to go about doing Pulse Diagnosis which is the first book of this kind.
What you can learn from this Pulse Diagnosis Book!
You can learn to diagnose any symptom your client is ailing with. And you don’t have to ask your client before performing Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis.
You will learn how to diagnose predominating Dosha or imbalances and their Guna or characteristics which are Sheeta or cool, laghu or light, khara or rough, ruksha or dry, vishad or clear, chala or unsteady, and sukshma or feeble of Vata dosha. Like wise of Pitta and Kapha dosha also have their characteristics which you will learn to diagnose. You will also learn how to diganose Nirama or normal flow without any obstruction and Sama Gati or a flow of energy that is similar to regurgitation due to block in the nadis.
There are several Gati or types of movement which are not commonly available to diagnose such as Shatapatra or like that of a woodpecker, Kaka gati or moves like a crow, Kapota Gati or moves like a pigeon, for which you find mention in this book.
After diagnosing a client’s Nadi, it is important to medically evaluate the diagnosis. This is called Samprapti. In this Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis Book, the Author has demonstrated how Samprapti or evaluation is arrived at after diagnosing a client.
What readers say
Must for every doctor irrespective of any pathy
Very informative, simple language with examples