The science behind Ayurvinga has helped millions of people living with cancer find a way to control their disease.
But for millions of other people, the techniques available in Ayurvastu, a Hindu medicine tradition, are still not fully understood.
Pune-based physician and author Ajay Ram said he has spent the past four decades researching and writing about Ayurveic medicine, a practice that combines traditional healing techniques with modern science.
He is the founder and editor-in-chief of Ayurva, a weekly newsletter published in the city of Pune, India.
Ram is among the few medical practitioners who is trained in Ayuralyas techniques and is one of the few Indian researchers in Ayuran science.
Ram, 64, was born in Pune and raised in a rural village in Gujarat, where his family lived under strict Hinduism.
When he started teaching, he said, the young people of his village were “scared to death of this religion” that he was teaching them.
Ram said he became interested in Ayura, or the practice of the ancient Indian physician who was also known as Avidya.
Ayura practiced traditional herbal medicine that he believed was the way to heal the body.
His followers said his teachings were not only based on Ayur Vedas but also on other spiritual traditions.
In Ayur Vastu or the Sacred Texts, Ram wrote, there is a section called the “medicine” section, which talks about healing and healing of the soul.
In that section, Ayuravastu is mentioned.
Ram’s books describe how the “soul” is a part of every living creature.
He said his followers also believed in reincarnation and that all the living things, including humans, had a soul, which was “pure.”
He wrote that it was in this section of the book that the concept of “the soul” was first used.
Ram is also the founder of the Ayurvidashvara Research Foundation, which he runs out of his office at the Ayura Institute in Puducherry.
Ram has also written about Ayura in the Indian Medical Journal.
Ram says his research has revealed that Ayurvesic healing can be effective at controlling certain types of cancers, including cancers of the lung, colon and breast.
He has written books on the practice, and said he is a passionate follower of Ayura.
Ram’s book, Ayura: The Scientific Roots of Ayuran Medicine, was published in September 2018.
It contains some of the first studies on Ayura that have been done in the world.
The research has been published in The Journal of Ayuria Research, the journal of the Indian Council of Research on Ayuros.
Ram has received more than Rs. 1.2 crore in grants from the Indian government for his work on Ayuran medicine.
He does not have the support of the government and relies on the support and donations of people, such as friends, relatives and even strangers.
The practice of Ayuruveda is the oldest tradition in India.
It is based on a traditional Indian approach to healing that is considered to be the source of the science of Ayurs medicine.
According to Ram, Ayuruva has a powerful influence on cancer patients, and he said that his work has helped people with cancer to stay alive longer and live longer.
Ram said that when people who have cancer get their diagnosis, the first thing that they often do is seek out a doctor who has a similar practice.
Ram lives in Puthukottai, a suburb of Pudupatinath, Pune.
He says he does not want to become a celebrity in Puzhna, a city in Gujarat.
Ram works as a researcher at the Institute of Ayurology and Physiotherapy at the University of Puzhang, but his research is not funded by the government.
His books include the bestseller, Ayuree (The Sacred Truth), which he published in 2017.
Ram described how the Ayuru Vedas helped him understand cancer.
He was initially hesitant to discuss the science behind his work because he felt it was a taboo subject.
He realized that if his work is widely known, people would be able to help cancer patients.
Ram explained how the ayurvedas help him to understand the symptoms of cancer.
He said that cancer patients can have a number of symptoms that could be easily identified by the doctors.
For instance, cancer patients might have a swelling or itching in their throat.
Ram explains how a cancer patient might have difficulty breathing.
The same symptoms might also be present on the palms of the hands, he explained.
Cancer patients might also have dry skin and skin that is white, as the cancer cells are not able to grow and become white.
Ram says this is because cancer cells cannot form any pigment on their skin, and so it cannot be noticed