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rock salt

black pepper

dry ginger or shunthi

cumin

coriander

fennel

turmeric

clove

cinnamon

cardamom

saffron

hing

ajwain

mustard seed

sesame seed

flaxseed

poppy seed

garlic

Adapted from Fair Use source: Vaidya Vasant Lad, BAMS, MAsc, Ayurvedic Cooking for Self Healing, 1997: pp. 207-251



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Vaidya Vasant Lad, BAMS, MAsc, Ayurvedic Institute Gurukula Notes, Ayurvedic Institute, 1994-2006


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Alan Keith Tillotson, Ph. D., A.H.G., D.Ay, (Author), Nai-shing Hu Tillotson, O.M.D., L.Ac., One Earth Herbal Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know About Chinese, Western, and Ayurvedic Herbal Treatments]], Burlingame, California: Kensington, 2001. ISBN 1575666170 Paperback: 596 pages.

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Vaidya Vasant Lad, BAMS, MAsc - Anisha Durve, L.Ac, DOM - Ayurvedic Institute Herb Seminar 1999-06-18-24, Ayurvedic Institute, 1999

Vaidya Vasant Lad, BAMS, MAsc, Ayurvedic Institute Herb Seminars, Ayurvedic Institute, 1994-2002: http://www.Ayurveda.com

Vaidya Vasant Lad, BAMS, MAsc, Ayurvedic Institute Gurukula Notes, Ayurvedic Institute, 1994-2006

Vaidya Vasant Lad, BAMS, MAsc, Ayurvedic Institute Ayurvedic Studies Program Notes, 1994-2006


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Adapted from Fair Use Source: Vaidya Vasant Lad, Ayurvedic Perspectives on Selected Pathologies: An Anthology of Essential Reading from Ayurveda Today, Ayurvedic Press, 2005: p.

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Adapted from Fair Use Source: Will Maclean, Clinical Manual of Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines: a Guide to Ethical and Pure Patent Medicines, Pangolin Press, 2003, Revised Edition: p.

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Adapted from Fair Use Source: Michael Dick, Ayurvedic Practitioner Handouts, Herbal Handbook, Dhanvantari Ayurveda Center, 2001.

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