You have opportunities to write for us on different health niches. We publish content from Ayurveda teachers and practitioners on specific topics. We focus on well-written articles with topics that will generate high social sharing for traffic to our site and exposure for our authors.

Ayurveda is one of the few systems of medicine developed in ancient times that is still widely practiced in modern times. As such, it is open to the criticism that its conceptual basis is obsolete and that its contemporary practitioners have not taken account of the developments in medicine. The political debate about the place of Ayurveda in contemporary India has continued to the present, both in the public arena and in government.

Writing for us will help boost your credibility and drive traffic to your website. At the bottom of your article, your picture and biography will be featured along with one relevant link back to your bio and website. We only publish original content that has not been published anywhere else. If you feel like your content and style match Panaprium, we look forward to reviewing your submission. Panaprium is a great place to share guidance, support, tips and anything that is helpful to others. Busy professional or parent benefiting from mindfulness practices.

Write an informative blog post/article and send us at if we find your article useful, we will publish it at our blog with your full profile, with your G+ account. Here you read the health benefits of different herbs and natural substances with their brief introduction, different language names to treat various diseases or health disorders at home. Don’t forget The Heritage of our Great Ancestors to create healthy living. All infromation about ayurveda,herbal medicine,ayurvedic treatment & ayurvedic medicine.

Joshi et al. reported that through acute toxicity test, Diakyur at a high dose of mg/kg p.o. Shows no toxic symptoms in the experimental animals up to 72 h; whereas subacute toxicity test reveals that this PHF is safe for long term treatment at the dose of 1600 mg/kg p.o. Their subsequent study also proved that the PHF shows hypoglycemic and antioxidant at the dose of 1600 mg/kg (p.o.).

Ayurveda is widely practiced in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal where public institutions offer formal study in the form of a Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery degree. In certain parts of the world, the legal standing of practitioners is equivalent to that of conventional medicine. Several scholars have described the contemporary Indian application of Ayurvedic practice as being “biomedicalized” relative to the more “spiritualized” emphasis to practice found in variants in the West.

Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India, also known as “Ayurvedic formulary of India,” provides monographs on the preparation of Ayurvedic PHF, thus aided in standardizing the preparation of Ayurvedic PHFs. Still, this would not suffice to ensure reproducibility of every batch of PHFs. Charaka samhita has stressed on the factors to be considered while selecting the starting material of the PHFs, including habitat, season in which it grows, harvesting conditions, method of storage and pharmaceutical processing. This batch to batch variation would directly affect the effectiveness and safety of the PHFs. The need to alter the dosage regimen to obtain required therapeutic effect also seems to be tedious.

Please note that we occasionally revise the titles of articles to make sure it gets the most attention and visitor possible. We are one of the foremost online resources promoting ayurvedic wisdom to a western audience. You’ve worked to give us great content, so let us help you promote you. We want to highlight you, your blog, or any product or service that you have to offer.