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  • Peiris, K.P.P.; Silva, G.K.J.; Ratnasooriya, W.D. (Journal of Trop medical plants, 2001)
    The objective of this study was to evaluate the analgesic potential of fresh flowers of Spilanthes acmella Murr. (family: Compositae) used by some Sri Lankan traditional medical practitioners to suppress toothache. Different ...
  • Mendis, D.S.K.; Karunananda, A.S.; Samaratunga, U. (2002)
    This paper presents a real world application where intelligent techniques have given promising results when statistical methods fail. Here we have considered the domain of Ayurvedic classification of individuals. Ayurvedic ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (First International Seminar on Buddhism and Literature, Nava Nalanda Mahavihara, Nalanda, India, 2002)
    It is believed that Sinhala language came to Sri Lanka with the original migrants. According to the Mahåv,oüsa, the great chronicle of Sri Lanka they who came from Bengal, Magadha and Kälinga are traditionally considered ...
  • Dissanayake, K.G.C.; Wickramasinghe, M.S.K.; Tissera, M.H.A. (World Ayurveda Congress, Swedeshi Science Movement (Kerala Chapter of Vijnana Bharathi, India), 2002)
    According to Ayurveda, the Upasthamba (three basic factors) required for the maintenance of human body are diet, brahmacharya and sleep. Thus the individual is no longer healthy unless he receives the sleep and sleep plays ...
  • Wickramasinghe, M.S.K.; Dissanayake, K.G.C.; Serasinghe, K. (World Ayurveda Congress, Swedeshi Science Movement (Kerala Chapter of Vijnana Bharathi, India), 2002)
    Disease "Sheetada" is one of the tooth based illnesses described in Sushruta Samhitha. Many drugs for this condition have been recommended both in Ayurvedic and Western medical system, yet these drugs are not cheaply ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (National Seminar on Buddhism in Literature, Santiniketan, India, 2002)
    Human beings are mostly organized to sole the problems they face. As a group, they organize themselves to live In various situations. And noteworthy personals arise because each and everybody dose not have secluded ...
  • Mendis D.S.K.; Karunananda, A.S.; Samarathunga, U. (2003)
    Tacit knowledge has always been influential in changing the directions and emphasis of explicit models of knowledge. All explicit knowledge is rooted in tacit knowledge. Due to these reasons modelling of tacit knowledge ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (Second Annual Conference on Indian Society For Buddhist Studies, University of Jammu, Jammu, 2003)
    It may be noted, in brief, that all the systems of Philosophy, religion and medicine have been originated out of the search of the method to relieve the feeling, which is un-delight. The Buddha says, "Health is the ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (All India Oriental Conference, 41st Session, Sri Jagannath Sanskrith Vishvavidyalaya. Puri, 2003)
    Surgery. Salla Tikiccä pre-held in Asian health management since olden days. Despite the technique and other accessories , which are now being followed in the modern times. as a surgeon may be strikingly amazing. The ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (Symposium on Buddhist Studies, Twentieth Anniversary Commemoration Volume, Thames Buddhist Vihara, 2003)
    The Milindapanha is the work, which records. the Questions asked by the king my India and • the answers given by the Venerable Nagasena. Some traditions like BUrmese have given more importance to the Milindapanha," ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (National Seminar on Relevance of Ayurveda, Department of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan, 2003)
    Ayurveda, the most ancient medical system, valid up to date, is 'a special branch of knowledge on life dealing with both body and mind.'l The word Ayurveda has been originated with the two constituents, 'Ayus' and ...
  • Wickramasinghe, M.S.K.; Dissanayake, K.G.C.; Serasinghe, K. (Ayurveda Sameekshawa, Department of Ayurveda,Sri Lanka, 2003)
    Sheeroda is one of the common dantha moola roga in human being. The main reasons for this disease are the lack of attention on oral hygiene and the malnutrition. According 10 Ayurveda Who have more "Guru", "Ruksha' food ...
  • Hewavitharana, T.; Tissera, M.H.A. (2004)
  • Ratnasooriya, W.D.; Peiris, K.P.P.; Samaratunga, U.; Jayakody, J.R.A.C. (2004)
    ln the Sri Lankan traditional medicine. Spilanthes acmella Murr. (Family: Compositae) flowers are claimed to possess powerful diuretic activity. However, as yet, the diuretic potential of these flowers is not investigated ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (International Conference On Contribution Of Buddhism To The World Culture, 2004, K J somaiya centre for Buddhhist Studies, Mumbai, India & Nalanda Mahavihara Bihar India & Otani University – Kyoto, Japan (2004), 2004)
    Pirit — chanting is a very popular ritual among the Buddhists of Sri Lanka; no important function domestic or social, can be considered complete without this ritual. The essence ofthepiritceremony consists in the ...
  • Ven. Dhammissara, M. (Sportsmedcon-2004 and International Seminar on Science and Medicine in Sports at the Grassroot Level, Department of Physical Education, Vinaya Bhavana, Visva- Bharati, West Bengal Association of Sports Medicine- Kolkata, 2004)
    Vyäyäma or Physical Exercise is quite essential for a person to maintain his normal health. Also it helps to carry out daily tasks with energy and attentiveness, without undue tiredness, and with ample vigor. Ayurveda ...
  • Jayakody, J.T.R.; Sharma, C.P. (Gampaha Wickramarachchi Ayurveda Institute, 2005)
  • Wakkumbura, H.P. (Gampaha Wickramarachchi Ayurveda Institute, 2005)
  • Jayakody, J.A.D.P.; Akarawita, J.K.W. (Gampaha Wickramarachchi Ayurveda Institute, 2005)
  • Wickramarachchi, W.J.; Asok, P.K. (Gampaha Wickramarachchi Ayurveda Institute, 2005)

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