Ayurveda, is an ancient system of medicine, originated in India before 5,000 years. The term Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit words Ayur (life) and Veda (science or knowledge). Thus, the knowledge of life.
Ayurveda advises us to blend our modern habits with the ancient wisdom by using natural substances, medicines and herbs which help us to lead a healthy, happy, stress-free and disease-free life. Ayurveda is a system based on the principle of maintaining an equilibrium between the interrelated relationships within the body, mind and spirit. It helps the patient to understand the benefits of knowing their body as well as mind and to live in an intimate relationship with nature. Ayurvedic literature has remedies for age-related diseases like memory loss, osteoporosis, diabetic wounds, etc. for which no efficient medicine is available in modern therapy.
According to the concept of good management or Swasthavritha (a branch of Ayurveda), Ayurveda insists that the ‘Fault’ or Dosha, the ‘Tissue’ or Dhatu and the ‘Impurity’ or Mala should be in harmony with each other, with all the components are in a properly balanced state. These are basically therapeutic measures to prevent and cure diseases. Thus, Ayurvedic procedures are done either to detoxify the body or as a prelude to strengthening the immune system. Even today Ayurvedic medicine maintains its holistic approach to health and treatment of diseases. The main goal of this holistic medicine is to fight against disease, promote good health and prevent disease occurrence. For this swasthavritha explains daily regimens, seasonal regimens and tips to follow a healthy lifestyle.
Ayurveda seeks to diagnose patient’s conditions rather than treating them with internal preparations, diet, and habit restrictions. Plant-based preparations play a major role in the healing process. In broad terms, there is no substance in the world that cannot be used as a potential medicine. By the proper equilibrium in the body, the processes of physical deterioration and disease can be reduced. This is accomplished through proper eating, thinking and living habits and the use of herbal remedies to treat diseases.
Also, Ayurvedic medicines can be safely used with other conventional medicines. They are non-toxic and non-invasive in nature. They are widely used to treat several physical as well as psychological conditions. Arthritis, obesity, hypertension, neurological disorders, cold, constipation, skin problems, ulcer, acne, allergies, asthma, anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, diabetes, immune problems etc. Since Ayurvedic medicines have natural ingredients, they do not have any side effects. These medicines make a person’s body and mind disease-free. So that Ayurveda should be considered as a part of our life.
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