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By Jean Papin

L. a. Caraka samhitâ est un des plus anciens traités médicaux sanskrits parvenus jusqu'à nous. En voici une première traduction française, aussi alerte que rigoureuse, qui a obtenu l'entière approbation du professeur man Mazars, éminent spécialiste de l'Ayurveda. Ce livre est considéré comme le traité fondamental et l. a. référence incontestée de l. a. médecine indienne ayurvédique, aujourd'hui remise en honneur jusqu'en Occident et qui n'est en rien une technology empirique. Malgré ses archaïsmes, il résonne d'une étrange modernité dans notre époque où beaucoup d'esprits curieux s'ouvrent enfin aux intuitions et au savoir remarquable des anciens maîtres de l'Orient. l. a. Caraka samhita, qui fera l'objet de trois volumes, pourra être consultée avec revenue par les indianistes, les historiens de los angeles médecine, les médecins ouverts aux apports des traditions de santé extra-européennes, et par un huge public que les disciplines thérapeutiques occidentales n'ont pu pleinement satisfaire. Ce optimal quantity traite des grands principes de l'Ayurveda, des " trois humeurs " (air, feu, eau), des fonctions vitales, de l'hygiène, des diagnostics et pronostics, de los angeles diététique, de l'éthique médicale et de bien d'autres sujets toujours actuels. il révèle notamment une extraordinaire connaissance des plantes médicinales.

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