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- ‘I once asked the head of an Ayurvedic company in Bombay what he thought the most valuable Ayurvedic herb was.’
- ‘She has studied Ayurveda with some of the world's most renowned Ayurvedic physicians in India, Europe and the US.’
- ‘Carl is a qualified Ayurvedic consultant, Yoga teacher, clinical hypnotherapist and life coach.’
- ‘On another trip to India I met with several Ayurvedic doctors and heads of prominent Ayurvedic pharmacies.’
- ‘He regularly writes articles on various topics in Ayurveda in Ayurvedic health magazines and alternative medicine sites.’
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