New Year Offer – All classes 75% off

Namaste! This is Dr JV Hebbar, Founder of EasyAyurveda.com πŸ™‚
I offer you Ayurveda wisdom in simple English, in the form of online videos and ebooks.


188 video classes of Dr JV Hebbar, which runs for 250 hours,
Previous offer price – Rs 8499 or $179 USD

New Year offer price – Rs 4,499 or $99 USD

Features of online classes

I offer you, below online classes in the form of online videos and notes.

  • Simple English, easy to understand
  • All your doubts will be clarified.
  • Each class comes with one hour online video (you can watch it online at any time of your convenience, for any number of times) + notes of the class in pdf format.
  • In each class, I explain about one Ayurveda topic and then clear doubts and answer questions of attendees.
  • If you buy them one by one, the cost would be 100 rupees or 2 USD per class.
  • Once you buy it, you can watch the video of class or read the ebook notes for any number of times, at any time of your convenience. (Lifetime access).

Mega offer!! 

Buy all the classes together, and get a 68% discount
Original price of classes: Rs 16,900 or $338 (USD)

New Year Mega Discount Offer Rs 4,499 or $99 (USD)

Not only this, you will get next 10 weekly online classes of worth $25 or Rs. 1500 for free!
With this you will get a chance to learn Ayurveda with Dr JV Hebbar, hand-in-hand for next six months.

You can ask your Ayurveda questions and doubts during the class, you can send your doubts by email and all your questions will be answered in the classes.

What all you get?

You will get
1. All online Ayurveda class videos that you can watch online, anytime at any number of times. This will be delivered to your email id.

2. Ebooks – notes pertaining to each class for easy understanding, in pdf format. This will also be delivered to your email id.

3. You will be enrolled for next 25 classes for absolutely free. (Worth Rs 2,500 or $50 USD)
So, you will stay connected with Dr Hebbar for any of your doubts on Ayurveda topic. During this period of six months, while you go through all the video classes, wherever you get doubts on Ayurveda topic, make a list of your doubts and send it to Dr Hebbar (hebbarjv@gmail.com)

Dr Hebbar will answer your doubts in the next classes.
While attending the weekly classes as well, while the class is going on, if you do not understand any topic, you can raise your doubts within the class.
Even after the class is over, you watch the video again, you get doubts, send email to Dr Hebbar. The questions will be answered in the next class.

Payment options

From OUTSIDE India,
Click to pay using paypal or with credit card, securely –

From within India – 1st option 
Using credit card, ATM card, net banking, cash card, mobile payments, wallet, UPI click below
(It leads to a certified secure page (https) for your safe and secure online transaction –

->>Click here to buy all online classes together<<-

Testimonial by Ajay Mandalia, Virgin Media, UK 

Dr Hebbar is enthusiastic/passionate about Ayurveda and his online lectures are interesting and deliver good Ayurveda knowledge. I have just passed my first year in my Ayurvedic studies and attained a Diploma in Ayurveda – Nutrition and Lifestyle from The Ayurvedic Institute UK. I can say that the online lectures have helped me to further my understanding of ayurveda. The classes are regular and you can ask questions about anything unclear to you and Dr. Hebbar always helps to clarify the matter. Best of all is that the classes do NOT cost much at all for the benefit you gain.

List of video classes

The list of video classes:
1. Hypertension – Ayurvedic understanding, treatment, home remedies, lifestyle tips
2. Ghee usage as per Ayurveda, Benefits, how to consume, contra indications
3. Mind power, Concentration – How to do meditation to enhance mind power
4. Amla usage, benefits, dose, home remedies, side effects
5. Chyawanprash – benefits, usage, side effects
6. Ayurvedic Hair Oils – how to apply, when to apply, which one to choose?
7. Triphala uses, Dose, Ingredients, Side Effects
8. Kashayam – how to make, uses.
9. Meditation – How to do, Step by step explanation, demo.
10. How to Sleep better? Herbs, lifestyle tips and home remedies.
11. Guduchi – Most under-rated Ayurvedic medicinal herb.
12. Brahmacharya – Celibacy, Benefits, Herbs to help, rules to follow
13. Ashwagandha – Benefits, Ayurvedic Usage, Home Remedies, Research
14. Abhyanga – Ayurvedic oil massage – benefits, procedure, contra indications
15. Stress – Causes, symptoms, remedies
16. How to make Ayurvedic Hair Oils and Massage Oils At Home?
17. Ginger Usage, Benefits, Side Effects, Home Remedies
18. Tiredness and Fatigue: Causes, Symptoms, Ayurveda Treatment, Home Remedies
19. Black pepper Uses, Remedies, Research, Side Effects
20. Vata Dosha – Introduction, Qualities, Places of Dominance, How to balance?
21. Turmeric  Uses, Remedies, Research, Side Effects
22. Pitta Dosha – Introduction, Qualities, Places of Dominance, Functions
23. Tulsi Benefits, Research, Side Effects, Home Remedies
24. Kapha Dosha – Introduction, Qualities, Places of Dominance, Functions
25. Swarasa – Herbal juices: How to prepare, Ayurvedic usage, benefits
26. Vata Dosha – Types, dominant places and times, relationship with mind
27. Pippali – Long pepper – Fruit and Root – Uses, Research, Remedies, Side Effects
28. Pitta Dosha – Types, dominant places and times, relationship with mind
29. Kapha Dosha – Types, dominant places and times, relationship with mind
30. Prakruti – Dosha Body Type Features As Per Master Sushruta
31. Prakruti – Dosha Body Type Features As Per Master Charaka
32. Prakruti analysis, interpretation, how to balance?
33. How to make herbal ghee – Ayurvedic Ghritams at home?
34. Kalka – herbal paste and Churna – herbal powders – how to make, utilities.
35. Honey – uses, wrong food combinations, side effects, remedies
36. Dhatu: Body Tissues As Explained In Ayurveda
37. Ojas: Causes Of Decrease, How To Increase?
38.  Ashwagandha remedies for male disorders
39. Winter woes, Ayurvedic regimen
40. How to make Chyawanprash at home?
41. Tastes; Types, Benefits
42. Rules For Water Consumption As Per Ayurveda
43. Vata Imbalance Causes: Increase and Decrease
44. Pitta Imbalance Causes: Increase and Decrease
45. Kapha Imbalance Causes: Increase and Decrease
46. Vata Imbalance Symptoms: Increase and Decrease
47. Pitta Imbalance Symptoms: Increase and Decrease
48. Kapha Imbalance Symptoms: Increase and Decrease
49. How To Select A Perfect Hair Oil For Your Hair?
50. Dhatu – Tissues Increase And Decrease Symptoms And Interpretation

Testimonial by Emil Victorov, Varna, Bulgaria

I started participating in the Ayurveda online classes about two years ago as I am very much interested in Ayurveda. The classes give very good and systemized knowledge and the way Dr.Hebbar presents it is really fascinating and very easy to understand and remember. The time every Saturday is also very good as it is normally a day-off and most of the people are able to participate. Those who can’t, receive ebook and video of the class shortly after its finish. The classes are great and I will follow them as long as they exist πŸ™‚

51. Herbal Powder Combinations For Your Hair And Face (For Hair wash, Face Pack, Face wash etc)
52. Prakruti – Body Type Features As Per Vagbhata (Ashtanga Hrudaya)
53. Darshana Philosophies – Introduction
54. Sweet and Sour Tastes – Benefits, Side Effects
55. Salt And Spicy Tastes – Benefits, Side Effects
56.Bitter And Astringent Tastes – Benefits, Side Effects
57. Cold Infusions – Preparation, Principles, Examples
58. Srotas – Body Channels, As Per Ayurveda
59. Hot Infusions – Preparation, Principles, Examples
60. Fasting: Introduction, Types, Rules As Per Ayurveda
61. Agni – Concept of digestion and Metabolism in Ayurveda
62. Guggulu – purification Method, Benefits, Research, Uses, Remedies 
63. Dhatu Dushti –
Vitiation of Dhatus by multiple Doshas, Their Symptoms, Meaning
64. Ancient And Modern Methods Of Herbs Collection And Preservation
65. Trikatu –
Group Of 3 Spices – Benefits, Usage, Side Effects
66. Water and Juice Fasting: Step By Step Method, Side Effects Of Fasting, Management
67. Upadhatu – Sub-Tissues Of The Body – Importance, Functions
68. Guggulu Tablets – Triphala Guggulu, Yogaraja Guggulu, Kanchanara Guggulu, Kaishore Guggulu
69. Substitutes Of Herbs – Untold Rules Of Medicine Manufacturing
70. Rasa Dhatu – Physiology, Pathology, Treatment Principles
71. Routes Of Medicine Administration
72. Classification Of Herbs
Based On Tridosha
73. Malas – Waste Products Of The Body
74. Vati Kalpana – Ayurvedic Tablet Dosage Form
75. Rakta Dhatu – Blood Tissue Explanation As Per Ayurveda
76. Guna – Qualities Of Herbs
77. Mana – Units Of Measurement As Per Ayurveda
78. Dhatu Sara Purusha – Body Types Based On Tissues
79. Vipaka – Taste Conversion During And After Digestion
80. Mamsa Dhatu – Muscle Tissue As Per Ayurveda
81. Ayurveda Introduction To Beginners
82. Veerya – Herb Potency – Pharmacology
83. Herbs For Good Sleep
84. Acute Stroke
Management by Dr Ravishankhar Pervaje – Case Study
85. Karma – Pharmacological Action Of Herbs Introduction, Examples
86. Medo Dhatu – Fat tissues Of The Body As Per Ayurveda
87. Ayurveda Through Ages – Chronological Development Of Ayurveda
88. Prabhava – Special effect of Ayurvedic Herbs
89. Shelf Life or Expiration Date Of Ayurvedic Formulations
90. Meaning of Ayurvedic Pharmacological terms – part 1
91. Asthi Dhatu –
 Bone Tissue As Per Ayurveda
92. Ten Point Patient Examination As Per Charaka
93. How To Introduce Ayurvedic Herbs To Beginners?
94. Legacy and Contributions Of Sushruta Samhita
95. Memory And Sleep
Improvement In Elders
96. Meaning And Explanation Of Laxative Terms Used in Ayurveda
97. Three Pillars Of Life – Food, Sleep, Celibacy
98. Horse Gram 
Uses, Indication, Remedies, Side Effects
99. Managing Joint Pain In Elders With Oils And Ayurveda Remedies
100. Majja Dhatu introduction, channels, symptoms of imbalance, treatment
101. Charaka Samhita – Introduction, Chapter Description, Importance
102. Ari Shad Varga – Six Mental Enemies
103. Shamana, Shodana – Word Meaning, Method Of Action Of Herbs
104. Sushruta’s Description Of Oils
105. 
Indian Senna and Babool –  Benefits, Research, Remedies
106. Shukra Dhatu – Reproductive System – Anatomy, Physiology
107. Ashtanga Hrudayam – Legacy, Contributions
108. Rice Washed Water, Pramathya, Examples Of Herbal Teas, Swarasa
109. Tris Eshana – Three Basic Desires Of Human Beings
110. Milk Types, Benefits, Research, Remedies
111. Herbal Decoction – 22 examples with easy to make Kashayams
112. Nidana Panchaka – 5 factors of disease manifestation
113. Hadjod, Sugarcane – Benefits, Research, Remedies, Side Effects
114. Kala, Artha and Karma – 3 Major Causes For Disorders 
115.
Importance Of Causative Factors In Ayurveda
116. Willful Wrong
Doings – Prajnaparadha
117. Find Out Dosha Based Causative Factors
118. Yavagu – Weak Herbal Tea Preparation, Uses, Formula
119. Purvaroopa – Early Symptoms Of Diseases – Importance, Case Studies
120. Anupana – Co-Drinks For Food And Medicines
121. Roopa – Signs And Symptoms Of Diseases – Importance, Case Studies
122. Autumn Season Healthy Regimen And Diet As Per Ayurveda
123. Broth Of Pulses – Yusha
124. Stages of Disease Manifestation –
Dosha Accumulation And Spreading 
125. Herbal Drinks
And Milk Processed Herbs
126. Stages of Disease Manifestation – Doshas Spreading Allover, Lodging To Cause Disease
127. Oral Care As Per Ayurveda
128. Complications Stage Of Diseases
129. Urges That Should Not Be Suppressed – Adharaneeya Vegas
130. Samprapti – Pathogenesis In Detail
131. Herbal Jams – Avaleha
132. Mental traits – Manasa Prakruti 
133. Blocks
Of Disease Manifestation – Samprapti Ghataka
134. Case Presentation – Fibroids, Pitta Skin Disease
135. Introduction To Panchakarma
136. Meaning Of Terms – Vamana, Chedana, Lekhana, Grahi, Stambhana
137. Samprapti Ghataka – Blocks Of Pathology – Examples
138. Meaning Of β€œKarma”, Panchakarma – Scope, Indications
139. Ayurvedic Kichdi And Rice Preparations
140. Test-Medicine For Understanding Disease – Upashaya – Types, Clinical Examples
141. 4 limbs of treatment – Chikitsa Chatushpada
142. Poorvakarma – Pachana, Deepana – preparation for Panchakarma
143. Rice Types, Benefits, Cooked Rice Ayurvedic Preparations
144. Advanced Applied Aspects of Upashaya – Test Dose Of Medicines
145. Features Of Easy-To-Cure Disease As Per Master Vagbhata
146. Introduction To Snehakarma – Preparation for Panchakarma
147. Mustard Seed And Oil Benefits, Remedies, Usage
148. Ayurvedic Introduction To Mind
149. Agni – 
Definition, Introduction
150. Difficult-To-Cure Diseases
151. Sneha – Fats Used in Panchakarma – Classification
152. Time Of Medicine Administration With Respect To Disease Stage
153. Deeper Understanding Of Agni
154. Kapha Prakriti And Probability Of Disease
155. Types of Mind, Doshas of Mind
156. Classification of Fats based on Taste, Dose, Potency
157. Time of medicine administration – Empty stomach
158. How to Examine Agni – Digestion Strength?
159. 24 Factors of Human Origin
160 – 161 – Origin of Ayurveda, Trisutra
162. Movement of Doshas From Gut to tissues (Koshta To Shakha)
163. Ojas, Immunity In Vata and Pitta Body Types
164-165 Theory of Similarity Differences And Qualities As Per Master Charaka
166. Process of Digestion As Per Ayurveda
167. Medicine Administration Before and After Food
168. Movement Of Doshas From Tissues To Gut (Shakha to Koshta)
169. Doshas – Taste Relationship as per Master Charaka
170. Theories (Nyaya) Related to Digestion
171. Relationship between Doshas and Digestive Fire – Dr JV Hebbar
172. Indications, Contra Indications To Panchakarma
173. Medicines Administration – With Morsels, With Food, Repeated Many times
174. Ama – Introduction, Causes
175. Types of fats, salts, milks, urine as per Charaka
176. Snehakarma – Types, Indications, Benefits
177. Relationship between Doshas and Digestive Fire
178. Ama – Implications, Examples
179. Fruit smoothies – Mantha – Traditional Reference, Recipes
180. Snehana Indications, contra indications
181. Samkhya Darshana – Dr JV Hebbar
182. Ama Association with Vata Dosha
183. Vata Upakrama – Vata Balancing Strategies of Vagbhata – Introduction

How all of those are delivered?
All ebook notes, related to the video classes will be sent to you by email. You can download all of them and store it in computer.
The link to the video classes will be sent to you by email.
You can click on each link and watch 1 hour long video classes at any time of your convenience, for any number of times.

Testimonial by Angele, Mauritius

I have been following the online classes of Dr Hebbar since 1.5 years and I have learnt a lot. The classes are a good blend of theory with classical references, and practical examples to illustrate the concepts. The classes cover each subject completely and deeply and yet are made very easy to understand to everyone. I recommend the classes to everyone interested in Ayurveda.

New Year Mega Discount Offer Rs 4,499 or $99 (USD)

Original price of classes:
Rs 17,500 or $ 350 (USD)

Discounted price:
Rs 4,499 or $99 (USD)

Not only this, you will also be enrolled to next 25 online classes of worth 50 USD or Rs. 2,500 for free!

From OUTSIDE India,
Click to pay using paypal or with credit card, securely –

From within India – 1st option 
Using credit card, ATM card, net banking, cash card, mobile payments, wallet, UPI click below
(It leads to a certified secure page (https) for your safe and secure online transaction –

->>Click here to buy all online classes together<<-

Testimonial by Balakrishnan K, India

Thanks to Dr. Janardhana Hebbar who gives lucid explanation on ayurvedic topics in his webinar. As a person from non medical background, it helps me a lot to understand my body and regularize my lifestyle in a healthy way. Moreover I can attend the webinar at any time of my convenience.

payment through cheque / DD / online transfer –

SBI account – 
Name – Dr Janardhana V Hebbar
Savings bank (SB) account number – 30456285879
State Bank of India,
Lalbaug branch, Mangalore. Karnataka state
575003
IFSC code – SBIN0004928
MICR code – 575002008
Swift code – SBININBB146

ICICI bank account – 
name – Janardhana V Hebbar
Savings Bank account number: 115501501616
ICICI bank, Moodbidri Branch,
IFSC code – ICIC0001155

OR
Send cheque in the name of Janardhana V Hebbar 
to the address –
Flat no. 201, Datta Garden,
5th Cross, MG Road, Beside Lalitha Kala Arts
Mangalore, 575003,
Karnataka State, India.

Thanks!

Payment method to buy only selected classes:
Just count the number of classes that you wish to watch. Make a list of them.  and send it to me with your country name.  – hebbarjv@gmail.com
I will send an email invoice to you for your chosen classes. Pay to that email invoice using atm card / credit card / net banking / cash card etc.

Amita Jain of Vedic Health, Inc., Rockville, Maryland, USA

Dr. Hebbar is an outstanding physician, teacher, and guide to students of Ayurveda.  His highly informative lectures have been life changing for me as a practitioner.  The insight he gives is often unavailable anywhere else.  Dr. Hebbar is truly a devotee to the practice of Ayurveda – he gives in-depth knowledge of various topics without seeking anything in return.  His fees are so small – making it affordable for anyone.  In fact, it is rare to get this kind of knowledge, practically for free.   My clinical practice has benefited greatly since I came across Dr Hebbar’s website and teachings.  I also consult him for my patient cases, and he has always been prompt and immensely helpful.  I highly encourage anyone interested in the field of Ayurveda to connect with Dr Hebbar and learn from him. 

If you have any doubts, me know for any doubts in the process of purchase, please write to me – hebbarjv@gmail.com

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