Ayurveda is a Sanskrit term meaning Science or wisdom of life (Ayu is life and veda is knowledge wisdom or science). Ayurveda is a Vedic Science, a Heritage from our world’s Vedic tradition. It is 5000-year-old science, which has proven its efficiency in all the areas of life. The primary aim of Ayurveda is to maintain the health and prevent the diseases and the secondary goal is to cure the diseases. Ayurveda is a natural way for achieving and maintaining optimum health. It uses simple and natural tools like diet, lifestyle, and herbs. Ayurveda tells us that we should live in harmony with nature and follow simple natural regimen to bring about perfect natural health.
Food is a very important factor in Ayurveda Food is whatever we take in to nourish our body, mind and soul. It is one of the basic needs of human being. The same food if not taken in a right way becomes the only cause of all the diseases as the out put always depends on your input (food) So having the right diet is very essential and is considered a medicine in Ayurveda and long standing ailments are healed by suggesting simple dietary and lifestyle changes. Herbs and Detoxification procedures are advised to remove accumulated toxins, which open the path of good health. Many times the causes of our ailments are related to lifestyle choices and habits. Ayurveda provides us useful guidelines on making intelligent and timely lifestyle changes. Stress is the main cause of physical and mental diseases in modern life, Ayurvedic medicine is known to provide mental clarity and thus help in reducing stress.
In this fast paced life we are so dependent on processed foods or 24 by 7 open supermarkets where to increase the shelf life of the food many chemicas are added. The increased stress and increased use of chemicals and preservatives our body accumulates many toxins blocking the channels and creating the diseases. Ayurveda offers a unique concept of panchakarma(Detox) which opens up the channels and rejuvenates the body.
It also includes many body treatments, which are very relaxing for the body and the mind.
Ayurveda is not a religion or a religious belief. It’s an ancient philosophy, which is easy to understand and implement in daily life. By increasing awareness and providing simple parameters for gauging bodily health, Ayurveda helps in prevention of ailments. Ayurveda treats an individual as a unique signature of nature and Ayurvedic health supplements are designed in accordance with that unique signature. The human mind is given utmost importance in Ayurveda, hence Ayurveda is also known as a “Mind Body Medicine”.
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