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The world of ayurveda
By  Sanjay Parva

For some people, ayurveda may seem to be a new form of medication. However, in reality, it is actually the oldest system of medicine that is found in the word. The roots of ayurvedic medicine lies in ancient India, where the word ‘ayurveda’ itself is derived from Sanskrit words where ayur means life and veda signifies knowledge. This is why ayurveda is called ‘The science of life’.

Ayurveda offers many health benefits. It offers holistic, psychological, physical and spiritual benefits. And all these benefits are attained with ayurvedic medicine that is derived from nature. With ayurvedic medicine, you not only rid yourself of physical diseases but you also maintain complete health with it. This is because ayurveda emphasizes on the fact that the mind and body don’t influence each other as they are one.

Ayurvedic medicine works on the principle that to attain physical health, you first need to have mental health.In ayurveda, there are three energies or doshas found in the universe that are fundamental in life. They are called vata, kapha and pitta and in ayurvedic medicine, these doshas are responsible for the metabolism in a person as they adjust to changes in nature with changes in themselves.

Today, you find noninvasive ayurvedic treatment that is used for treating patients of chronic diseases like diabetes, cancer and heart ailments. Ayurvedic medicine is administered while taking the patient’s diet, pulse, lip, eye, face, nail, tongue and perspiration into consideration.

Detoxification is also possible in ayurvedic medicine through methods like panchakarma wherein the body becomes more responsive to ayurvedic medicine and treatment. not only does ayurveda emphasize on taking ayurvedic medicine to cure a condition, it also has many yogasanas that should be done to prevent the occurrence and accumulation of diseases. In ayurveda, it is possible to strengthen body parts while keeping blood circulation and psychological conditions rather strong. And of course, with ayurvedic medicine, it is important to follow a diet that fits your dosha type while leading a well regulated life. With this, and ayurveda, your natural immune system is strengthened.

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The world of ayurveda:
For some people, ayurveda may seem to be a new form of medication. However, in reality, it is actually the oldest system of medicine that is found in the word. The roots of ayurvedic medicine lies in ancient India, where the word ‘ayurveda’ itself is derived from Sanskrit words where ayur means life and veda signifies knowledge. This is why ayurveda is called ‘The science of life’.
Ayurveda offers many health benefits. It offers holistic, psychological, physical and spiritual benefits. And all these benefits are attained with ayurvedic medicine that is derived from nature. With ayurvedic medicine, you not only rid yourself of physical diseases but you also maintain complete health with it. This is because ayurveda emphasizes on the fact that the mind and body don’t influence each other as they are one.
Ayurvedic medicine works on the principle that to attain physical health, you first need to have mental health.In ayurveda, there are three energies or doshas found in the universe that are fundamental in life. They are called vata, kapha and pitta and in ayurvedic medicine, these doshas are responsible for the metabolism in a person as they adjust to changes in nature with changes in themselves.
Today, you find noninvasive ayurvedic treatment that is used for treating patients of chronic diseases like diabetes, cancer and heart ailments. Ayurvedic medicine is administered while taking the patient’s diet, pulse, lip, eye, face, nail, tongue and perspiration into consideration.
Detoxification is also possible in ayurvedic medicine through methods like panchakarma wherein the body becomes more responsive to ayurvedic medicine and treatment. not only does ayurveda emphasize on taking ayurvedic medicine to cure a condition, it also has many yogasanas that should be done to prevent the occurrence and accumulation of diseases. In ayurveda, it is possible to strengthen body parts while keeping blood circulation and psychological conditions rather strong. And of course, with ayurvedic medicine, it is important to follow a diet that fits your dosha type while leading a well regulated life. With this, and ayurveda, your natural immune system is strengthened.

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