Yogic Treatments and Natural Remedies is a book published in Jamalpur (India) by the philosopher and social reformer Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar aka Shrii Shrii Anandamurti (1921–1990). The volume of 100 pp., dedicated to the late Sarat Chandra Bose maternal uncle of the author (and elder brother of Subhas Chandra Bose the revolutionary leader of the Indian independence) was released for the first time on Kárttikii Púrńimá, i.e. full moon day of the Hindu lunar month of Kárttika (October–November), 1957.
The book contains 41 chapters, each corresponding to the name of a different disease and presenting various Yaogika methods of treating the various illnesses. As stated by the author in the preface, the purpose of the book "is to let people cure themselves by practising the Ásanas and Mudrás.." describing "along with the Ásanas and Mudrás, a list of some free or inexpensive and easily-available, but proven and useful, medical remedies, as well as the methods of their application..". For the author "The object of the art of healing is to cure a patient, both physically and mentally. So the question is not the advocacy of any particular school of medical science, but rather the welfare of the patient". According to Sarkar diseases can be cured through natural methods of yogic exercise, water, diet, herbal medicines, sunlight and air.
- Sarkar, Prabhat Ranjan (1957), Yogic Treatments and Natural Remedies, Ananda Marga-Ananda Printers, ISBN 81–7252–178–2
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