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For Bronwen For Elsevier Commissioning Editor: Karen Morley Development Editor: Louise Allsop Project Managers: Caroline Horton, Morven Dean Design Direction: Jayne Jones Illustration Buyer: Gillian Murray Illustrator: Jonathan Haste An imprint of Elsevier Limited © Elsevier Ltd 2006 All rights reserved The right of Todd Caldecott to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publishers Permissions may be sought directly from Elsevier’s Health Sciences Rights Department, 1600 John F Kennedy Boulevard, Suite 1800, Philadelphia, PA 19103-2899, USA Phone: ( 1) 2, fax: ( 1) 2, email: [email protected] may also complete your request on-line via the Elsevier homepage ( by selecting ‘Support and Contact’ and then ‘Copyright and Permission’ First published 2006 ISBN-10 0-723 ISBN-10 0-723-43410-7 ISBN-13 978-0-7234-3410-8 British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the Library of Congress Notice Knowledge and best practice in this field are constantly changing As new research and experience broaden our knowledge, changes in practice, treatment and drug therapy may become necessary or appropriate Readers are advised to check the most current information provided (i) on procedures featured or (ii) by the manufacturer of each product to be administered, to verify the recommended dose or formula, the method and duration of administration, and contraindications It is the responsibility of the practitioner, relying on their own experience and knowledge of the patient, to make diagnoses, to determine dosages and the best treatment for each individual patient, and to take all appropriate safety precautions To the fullest extent of the law, neither the publisher nor the author assumes any liability for any injury and/or damage to persons or property arising out of, or related to, any use of the material contained in this book The publisher The Publisher's policy is to use paper manufactured from sustainable forests Printed in China Chapter Title xi Foreword The two oldest extant and expounded systems of traditional medicine are East Indian Traditional Medicine, known as Ayurveda and dating back five to ten thousand years, and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) whose history arguably is known to extend as much as 5000 years into antiquity While Western medicine owes its origins to the Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Arabic cultures, it has been hopelessly fragmented several times over the last 2000 years due to the disintegration of the Roman Empire, then the early suppression by the church of any physical healing methods, and more recently, the development of pharmaceutical drugs It has been argued that Ayurveda is the basis for traditional Tibetan medicine, TCM and later Greek, Roman and Arabic (or Unani) medicines All these traditional healing methods share a common unified body-mind-spirit orientation, meaning that disease and health are the result of the interaction of all three aspects of being As well, all of them are energetic medicines based on their heating and cooling energies, for instance, of food, herbs, diseases and constitutions Just as there is a close relationship between Chinese martial arts and related physical disciplines and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), there is also a healing relationship between the disciplines of yoga and Ayurveda Today yoga continues to grow in popularity as it is increasingly accepted into the mainstream of the West During the 1970s some of these same spiritual Indian teachers bringing yoga to the West were also responsible for introducing Ayurveda Because Ayurveda was first introduced by spiritual teachers along with other intended moral practices such as vegetarianism, it is seen by many as a harmonious system of medical support for vegetarianism rather than the distinct holistic healing system that it truly is My personal introduction, in 1974, was by Hari Das Baba who may have been one of the first teachers in the West, although Yogi Bhajan was another who informally taught Ayurveda to his followers In 1980 the Maharishi, founder of Transcendental Meditation, began to popularise Ayurveda in the West and eventually incorporated a line of Ayurvedic products as I had done previously Since its introduction to the West, a number of Ayurvedics and Westerners trained in Ayurveda have conducted clinical practice, taught, written books and developed training courses in Ayurveda One of the first was Robert Svoboda, then David Frawley, a Westerner who took it upon himself to master Sanskrit and is now recognised throughout the world, including India, as one of the foremost Vedic scholars The West owes a great debt to the dedicated and pioneering efforts of Dr Vasant Ladd, an Indian medical doctor as well as Ayurvedic doctor Now, the Canadian, Todd Caldecott, has created a milestone in the evolution of Ayurveda in the West through his years of teaching and now the authorship of this definitive book Apart from its association with spiritual and yogic practices, Ayurveda is as relevant today for all people throughout the world as it was when the first classic texts were compiled between the first and sixth centuries Its recommendations and prescriptions are not limited to any single class of people, neither to any specific religious belief nor any particular dietary regime since its origins as elucidated in the classic texts predate Buddhist influence in India and include various animal parts for food and medicine Just as Sanskrit is considered a root language whose influence can be found in most of the languages of Europe, Ayurveda is known by some as ‘the mother of healing’ Because we live in a world where the wisdom of all people and times are at once available, xi xii Foreword it is possible to supplement the deficiencies of understanding from one system of thought by looking through the prism of another This means that semantic differences aside, aspects of Ayurveda – its theory, principles, herbs, therapies – are to be found in all major world healing systems Therefore, an understanding of Ayurvedic medicine is bound to enhance and deepen the understanding of a conventional Western medical doctor as well as a TCM practitioner In fact many of the treatments and even the medicines used in Ayurveda are found in Western medicine, such as Rauwolfia serpentina for high blood pressure In addition, a large number of herbs used in Ayurveda are also used as part of the medical armamentarium of both Western and Chinese herbalists As another example, the three body types (somatypes) developed by the psychologist William Sheldon (1898–1977) during the 1940s closely corresponds to one of the cornerstones of Ayurveda, called ‘tridosha’ The difference is that Sheldon only described and used the body types for their psychological temperament while Ayurveda uses them as a cornerstone guiding lifestyle, dietary and treatment modality The author of this book has absorbed many of the dominant alternative healing systems known in the West and has chosen to specialise in the practice and teaching of Ayurveda For the Western student this means that much of the confusion between Western herbal medicine, scientific herbalism and TCM has been integrated by the author and the result is a text that is persuasive and immediately communicable to the Western mind without losing the flavour and integrity of its origin I have known Todd Caldecott as a colleague and respected professional member of the American Herbalists Guild (AHG) and have seen him grow in stature as one of the country’s leading herbalists and one who is able to bridge the divide between various systems of traditional medicine and Western medical science His book offers a clear and comprehensive elucidation of Ayurveda that will guide the serious student in acquiring the skills needed to become an effective practitioner Michael Tierra California, 2006 Chapter Title xiii Preface The genesis of the present work began in 1992 after I returned from my first trip to India and West Asia, where I spent a year travelling overland from Sri Lanka to Western Turkey on only a few dollars a day After several months of staying in the cheapest guest houses and eating at roadside stalls I unfortunately contracted a very serious case of dysentery that I only partially recovered from when I spent a month among the Hunza people in Northern Pakistan Upon my return to Canada I sought treatment for what was now a chronic digestive disorder, and after undergoing a variety of treatments, including naturopathic and homeopathic medicine, finally received relief under the care ¯ yurvedic physician Dr T Sukumaran The wise of A counsel given to me by the Kerala-born Dr Sukumaran impressed me greatly, and incited a passion to learn all I could about A¯yurveda Although there were some good texts available at the time, there were none ¯ yurveda I found that could deepen my interest in A During this time I enrolled in a 3-year clinical programme in Western herbal medicine, and continued to ¯ yurveda with Dr Sukumaran as well as other study A teachers When I completed my studies in Western herbal medicine my thirst for A¯yurveda remained unquenched, and in 1996 I left for India with my pregnant wife and 1-year-old son where I studied at the Arya Vaidya Chikitsalayam in Coimbatore, India Here I not only had the opportunity to study under the ven¯ yurvedic physicians erable Dr V Vasudevan, but other A as well, sitting with them in clinic and in the hospital, observing the skills they used in assessment and treatment While I was India I began to synthesise all of this wonderful knowledge I had learned into the framework of a text that would serve as the kind of reference text I had sought a few years earlier After the happy birth of my second son in India, my family and I returned to Canada where I opened a clinical practice, using my skills as a Western herbal and A¯yurvedic practitioner I continued to work on the text, and made a significant investment to acquire English translations of all the classical A¯yurvedic texts available, as well as texts on Indian botany, which I digested with a voracious appetite In 1999 I relocated to Calgary, Alberta, and in addition to seeing patients began to offer an ¯ yurvedic medicine at the Wild introductory course in A Rose College of Natural Healing In 2001 I became the Director of Clinical Herbal studies at Wild Rose College, where I developed a 3-year clinical programme in Western herbal medicine During this time I continued to work on my text, rewriting large sections of the book and adding the appendices found in the current version, and converted all the Sanskrit terms into Unicode-compatible diacritical format Although the present text is far from perfect, I believe that the almost 10 years I have spent working on it has come close to my original vision It is my sincerest hope that this text is worthy of the serious student of the divine science that is A¯yurveda Todd Caldecott Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2005 xiii Acknowledgements There are so many people to acknowledge: First, I give thanks to my adoring family and loving friends, to whom I am indebted for their patience, inspiration and profound love Secondly, I thank the many colleagues, teachers and friends that assisted me with their support, encouragement and wisdom, including Dr T Sukumaran, Jaisri Lambert, K.
P Singh Khalsa, Dr Terry Willard, Chanchal Cabrera, Christopher Hansard, Dr V Vasudevan, Dr S Kumar, Dr D Anandakusumam, Paul Bergner, Michael Tierra, David Winston, Alan Tillotson, Madhu Bajracharya and Vinod Haritwal Thirdly, I give my deepest veneration to the ¯ yurveda that ¯ yurvedic physicians and scholars of A A xiv have illuminated the world with their wisdom, as well as the holy rishis who think to benefit all humanity when they reveal these sacred teachings Lastly, I give thanks to Mother Earth and the healing medicines that arise from Her body, and Great Spirit that infuses them with divine essence om maha¯ samudgate sva¯ha¯ in divine recognition of you, the great medicine!
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