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Ayurveda

Ayurveda


Ayurveda, the traditional Indian medicinal system remains the most ancient yet living traditions with sound philosphical and experimental basis. It is a science of life with a holistic approach to health and personalized medicine. It is known to be a complete medical system that comprised physical, psychological, philosphical, ethical, and spiritual health. In Ayurveda, each cell is considered to be inherently an essential expression of pure intelligence hence called self-healing science.

Ayurveda is a system about right living and right eating. Ayurveda is concerned with achieving balance in body and mind by restoring the balance of three elements or factors...VATA, PITTA and KAPHA (Air, Fire and Water) of which the body is made. Lightness is considered a state of normalcy. The unique principle in Ayurveda is this: Each and every person has his/her own individual body constitution according to three elements Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

All living creatures are composed of five basic elements and the same give a material form to body called PanchMahabhut. In the same manner the herbal drugs are also composed of the same basic elements. Therefore, Ayurvedic medicines are more acceptable and compatible to human beings for permanent cure.

The field of Ayurveda has witnessed tremendous metamorphosis over the ages. A science that was in the confinement of several things has basked in its glory and heading towards globalization. The journey from primordial to globalization, manuscripts to monographs, and principles to parameters has been immense. The cognizance of Ayurveda is a linchpin to the health benefits that it has to offer the humankind. The development in Ayurveda has come a long way and it is quite admirable.

Ayurveda is truly the science of life. It imparts us with the health benefits as well as teaches us the moral values to lead a content and happy life. It is our duty to practice the principles of Ayurveda in our lives and then set an example to the rest of the world. Peace of mind is derived not from the external world but with the serenity of the inner self. Once the self is convinced about the authenticity of this science, it will take no time to prosper and propagate the science of Ayurveda.