All of our authors are authentic, qualified and LEGAL Ayurveda doctors.
The word Ayurveda doctor is a legal form of expression in India, to which our authors belong.
All of our authors have legal licenses to teach, practice and write articles on Ayurveda, health and lifestyle.
BAMS – Bachelor Of Ayurvedic Medicine And Surgery – the legal Ayurvedic doctor course – 5.5 years long in India.
MD (Ayu) – 3 years post graduation study in Ayurveda. This is done after the BAMS graduation.
PhD – 3 + years of Doctorate of Philosophy program, done on top of BAMS and MD (Ayu).
Our team of authors –
Dr MS Krishnamurthy BAMS MD(Ayu), PhD – Professor in an Ayurveda college, Head of the department – with more than 20 years of experience in Ayurveda – both in clinics and Ayurveda academics. Has published more than 10 Ayurveda books thus far.
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Dr Prashanth BK, BAMS, MD (Ayu), PhD.
Dr Prashanth is the principal of Prasanna College Of Ayurveda, Belthangady, Karnataka.
He is more than 15 years experienced in Ayurveda academics and clinical practice.
He has a rich experience as clinician, treating different diseases related to joints of the body, respiratory system, geriatrics and skin diseases. He serves the society with his clinical practice.
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Dr Renita D’Souza BAMS – A qualified and legal Ayurveda physician.
Serving currently as the content head at Easy Ayurveda since 1 year.
Email consultation fees is Rs 150 or $4 (USD)
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- Health advice are just suggestions and are not a doctor’s prescription. The statements that I make are not approved by US FDA. They are not substitutes for direct consultation with your doctor.