Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Ayurveda – The Knowledge of Life

The term Ayurveda is a combination of two Sanskrit words—Ayur and Veda. Here Ayur denotes life and Veda denotes knowledge/science. It is one of the world’s oldest healing systems developed thousands of years ago, in India. The primary focus of Ayurveda is to enhance good health and minimize the efforts to fight disease. Though some specific health issues may demand different treatments, Ayurveda practices affect your longevity.

Ayurveda pushes you more towards prevention of diseases instead of struggling with its cure. This is because the treatment methodology in Ayurveda does not confine to the affected parts but the whole body. This helps in the purification of the body in a natural way. This includes, removing of toxic substances and boosting the immunity power, to fight diseases and gain good health. 

Ayurveda has a catalog of healthy lifestyle routine. The table of contents in this catalog includes every bit and byte of our daily life schedule. For example, the food we eat, the behavior we follow, the sleep we take, and the water we drink etc. On the basis of this, it finds the best possible alternatives to healing the illness and optimizes good health. With its roots in Metaphysics, Ayurveda is not only a treatment but a way of life.

The key concept revolves around the five elements:

Agni (Fire)
Prithvi (Earth)
Vayu (Air) 
Jal (Water)
Akash (Ether or Space)

Ayurveda says, there is an interconnection between a Human and Nature. Every human being relates with nature to the same physics of matter. A unique combination of Doshas in Humans varies from person to person. The three elemental energies of universe i.e. Vata, Pitta and Kapha can be balanced by the science of Ayurveda.

Vata Dosha: Vata dosha is formed by the combination of Air and Ether. It is the Vata Dosha that guides the principle of motion and hence is the ultimate force behind nerve impulses, respiration, elimination, and circulation.

Pitta Dosha: It forms by the combination of Water and Fire.  Pitta Dosha governs digestion and metabolism, hence also known as the transformation process.

Kapha Dosha: Made from Eart and Water, Kapha Dosha offer protection by adding structure unit by unit. It maintains the integrity of our mind and body as well.

Ayurveda and Herbs – The Wonder Effects

Ayurveda can do wonders for Humans in one or many ways. Here are the benefits of going the Ayurveda way:

Promotes a Nutrient-Rich Diet 
Stress and Anxiety restrainer
Weight Loss or Maintenance Aids
Reduces Inflammation
Lowers Blood Pressure and Cholesterol
Helps with Recovery from Injuries and Illnesses
Aids to Hormonal Balance

Ayurveda for all

Ayurveda, with its wide wings, has covered a prodigious amount of health sector. From Humans to Animals, Bones to the flesh, Hair to Heart, you will hardly found any disease that can’t be treated with the science of Ayurveda. Ayurveda tunes the natural rhythms of your body and brings the same into sync with nature. The closeness with nature heals every disease in a natural way without making you a victim of side-effects. 

Here’s a glimpse of what Ayurveda serves for the Human kind:

Anti-Cancer
Anti-Hypertensive
Diabetic Support
Arthritis Support
Cardiovascular 
Calcium Supplement
Child Care
Dental/Oral Care
Digestive System
Gynaecology
Hair Care
Hepato-Protective
Hormonal Imbalance
Immunity 
Immuno-Modulator
Infertility & Sexual Disorders
Musculo-Skeletal
Men's Health
Neurological
Animal Care
Nutrition
Ophthalmic Care
Piles 
Respiratory System
Single Herbs Capsules
Skin Care
Urinary System
Weight Loss

This reflects the fact that Ayurveda is made for one and all diseases in the world. It has the power to cure diseases, as dreadful as Cancer and Diabetes, and as normal as Skin Care and Dental Care.

Isn’t it great? 

Ayurveda has its historic roots in the Indian soil. It is known to be transmitted as a medical knowledge from the Gods to sages, and then to the Human physicians. In life, you will always have choices. Do consider your well-being by making a prominent yet safe method, Ayurveda.

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