What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is an intricate holistic system of healing that originated in India thousands of years ago by great sages, so it has been called as "Indian System of Medicine". The word Ayurveda literally means "The Science of Life ", it has its root in ancient vedic literature and encompasses entire life, the body,mind and soul. The main classical treatises of Ayurveda begins with legendary accounts of the transmission of medical knowledge from the gods to sages and then to human physicians. Ayurveda mainly aims prevention of the diseases rather than curing them. The science of life where adaptation of one's life style for a better and healthy and long living. Ayurveda is a blend of materialistic and spiritualistic lifestyle. Ayurveda also insists on spiritual way of living and gives importance to self realization to bring real health and energy with its exceptional theories of tridoshas, trisootras etc.
Ayurveda medicines are purely holistic, its aim is to create harmony between the body,mind and soul,instead of just treating the affected body parts and thus maintaining this equilibrium prevents illness, treats various ailments and contributes to a long healthy and happy life. It is based on purification of body in a natural way and help body regains its natural tolerance from the diseases and help to rejuvenate the body. Contrary to the conventional medicine, the action of Ayurveda is much safer, deeper acting, somewhat slower, and results much longer lasting by energizing the body's curative powers.
Ayurveda and Nature
We are all part and parcel of nature, just as the plants and animals live in harmony with the nature and utilizes the law of nature to create health wellness within their beings, we too adhere to these very same principles, therefore AYURVEDA is a system that helps to maintain health by using inherent principles of nature to bring the individual back in to equilibrium with their trueself. In essence Ayurveda has been existence since the beginning of mankind because we have always been governed by nature laws.
Recognition of individuality
Ayurveda recognizes that the whole of nature, including humans, reflect each other in the form of macro - and microcosm. Even though everyone is made of the same components, the proportion of these components in each individual is unique, making everyone distinct from another one. This recognition of individuality is one of the hallmarks of Ayurveda science.
Ayurveda is the only medical method that provides a holistic approach to health in a scientific manner. This time-tested medical science, its efficient methods of treatment and potent medical preparations fully satisfy today's requirements. Ayurveda is not only complementary to western medicine. Ayurveda provides, in addition, substantial philosophical insights into health care concepts.
Benefits of Ayurveda
- The pace of aging process is reduced due to the introduction of Ayurveda.
- There are many good remedies to overcome the feeling of stress and fatigue.
- It helps healthy functioning of our five sensory organs along with other vital organs of the body.
- Ayurveda has excellent remedies to overcome the disorder of the Nervous system, Respiratory system, Muskulo-skeletal system, Gastro-intestinal system and even to maintain normal physiological and psychological functioning of the body.
Various Ayurvedic Treatments
- Weight Loss Programme
- Detoxification and rejuvenation
- Beauty Care & Eye Care
- Stress & Strain management
- Hypertension Treatment
- Preventive & Regenerative
- Sinusitis & Migraine
- Slip Disc Treatment
- Arthritis & Spondylitis
- Chronic Back Pain
- Post Pregnancy Health
- Treatment For Skin Diseases
- Diabetes care
- Thyroid care
- De-Addiction & Rehabilitation
- Treatment for gastric troubles