Ayurveda

 

‘Ayurveda’ is one of the most primitive forms of medicine in India, the practice of which is being followed by people all over the world. Derived from the classical Sanskrit texts and the Vedas, it provides the perfect synergy of massage, yoga, meditation and herbal remedies to bring a sense of harmony in the human body. Ayurveda is not just a form of medication or healthcare, but rather a comprehensive lifestyle that brings a sense of unity between the body, senses, mind and soul of a human being.

Some of the advantages of ayurveda are:

  • It treats the human body as a whole
  • The treatment involves use of elements from nature like herbs, oils, leaves, etc. which have little or no side effects
  • It provides preventive measures rather than curative measures to build resistance in the body
  • It’s the closest form of natural healthcare
  • It observes the patient from a holistic perspective rather than concentrating on getting rid of a specific disease

With our changing modern lifestyle, sedentary work life, consuming processed and artificial foods and living in a stressful and pollution filled environment, it is slowly taking a toll on our health, both physically and mentally. It is no surprise that people are constantly affected with different ailments and countering it through various forms of medication.

Over the years, we are realizing the importance of seeking natural remedies to our ailments and its preference over pharmaceutical solutions that come with their set of side effects. This is one of the main reasons that ‘Ayurveda’ is slowly gaining popularity worldwide.

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Ayurveda in India

Traditional Healing System of India

Ayurveda (India)

The traditional healing system of India, Aуurvеda is believed to be the oldest-surviving complete medical system in the world.

As a more global view of medicine, philosophy and sprituality develops, Ayurveda’s popularity in the West is soaring today.

Ayurveda is actually much more than a system of medicine; it is a ‘Way of Life’ !

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Ayurvedic Healing Tradition of India

Ayurveda Courses in India

Learn the traditional healing system of India. Aуurvеda knowledge given in the courses in India, is believed to be the oldest-surviving complete medical system in the world.

As a more global view of medicine, philosophy and spritiuality develops, Ayurveda’s popularity in the West is soaring today.

Ayurveda is actually much more than a system of medicine; it is a ‘Way of Life’ !

Ayurveda should be learnt where it was born : India

Facts about Ayurveda

According to Ayurveda, the human body is composed of seven tissue layers.

Ayurveda says: To produce healthy tissues and thereby keep ourselves functioning optimally, it is vital that the food we eat is of top quality.

Ayurveda teaches us that only real cure for dis-ease is knowledge of the Self.

Ayurveda states that everything in the universe is composed of energy.

Preparation for Panchakarma is a vital part of an Ayurveda based detox programme.

According to Ayurveda, to prepare the body, it is important first to balance Agni.

Ayurveda says: A healthy diet is one of the most important tools for preventing and reducing Ama accumulation.

Ayurveda states that seasonal routines and dietary guidelines play an important part in preventive health.