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Why Ayurveda?

Ayurveda, a natural system of medicine, originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. The word Ayurveda derives from the Sanskrit words Ayur (life) and Veda (science or knowledge). Thus, Ayurveda translates the wisdom of life. Based on the idea that illness is caused by imbalance or stress in a person's consciousness, Ayurveda encourages certain lifestyle interventions and natural remedies to achieve a balance between body, mind, soul, and environment.

​हिताहितं सुखं दुःखमायुस्तस्य हिताहितम्। मानं च तच्च यत्रोक्तमायुर्वेदः स उच्यते।।-(च.सू.१/४०)

Ayur + Ved = Ayurveda, Both are medical science, but in practice, the ancient Indian form of medicine is called Ayurveda and given the name of the allopathic system to medicine goes. The purpose of Ayurveda is to safeguard the health of a healthy creature and to protect against the disease of the patient. Ayurveda treatment begins with an internal purification process, followed by a special diet, herbal remedies, massage therapy, yoga, and meditation. The concepts of universal interrelation, body constitution (Prakriti), and life force (Doshas) are the primary basis of Ayurvedic medicine. The goals of treatment help the person to eliminate impurities, reduce symptoms, increase immunity, reduce anxiety and increase harmony in life. Herbs and other plants, including oils and common spices, are extensively used in Ayurvedic treatment. Ayurveda can have positive effects when used as complementary medicine in combination with standard, traditional medical care. Many ayurvedic materials have not been fully studied even in Western or Indian research. Some of the products used in Ayurvedic medicine include herbs, metals, minerals, or other ingredients, which can be harmful if used improperly or without the instruction of a trained physician. 
Our five senses serve as portals between the inner and outer realms, as the five great elements of ether, air, fire, water, and earth dance the dances of creation around and within us. Ayurveda groups these five elements into three basic types of energy and functional principles that are present in everyone and everything. Since there is not a single word in English to describe these principles; We use the Sanskrit words Vata, Pitta, and Kapha to describe their combinations.


​प्रयोजनं चास्य स्वस्थस्य स्वास्थ्यरक्षणं आतुरस्यविकारप्रशमनं च।

​Ayurveda has two objectives:
1. To protect the health of healthy people by removing the disorders of persons who are safe and healthy.
2. Protecting Health of Healthy Persons For this, consider your body and nature`s favorable country, time, etc. Regular diet, pleasure, exercise, defecation, bathing, sleeping, awareness, etc. Useful scientific routine, night and evening observance, from disasters Avoid doing all tasks carefully, controlling the mind and the senses, according to the circumstances of the country, time, etc. According to the circumstances, the power and power of their own body, etc. Doing four tasks, stopping the present velocity of feces, urine, etc, avoiding jealousy, hatred, greed, ego, etc., from time to time to remove accumulated defects in the body, purification of the body from the experiments of vomiting, irritation, etc. To do the right thing, to adhere to the virtue, and to properly advise the teachings of the physicians in epidemics (palliative diseases, epidemic diseases) arising from the effects of contaminated air, water, country, and time. To take care of clean and seedy water, air, diet, etc., and encouraging others to do this, are the means of health care. Removal of the disorders of the patient and make them healthy For each disease Knowledge of the reason for the reason (cause), gender - therapies, such as prefix, form (science and sinms), receptivity (pathogenesis), and subcutaneous (therapeutic testes) is essential. These three are called `Trisandh` (three main branches) of Ayurveda. Its detailed explanation has been done in Ayurveda texts. Here only a brief introduction will be given only. But a brief introduction of every age group is essential because without knowing the components, it will not be possible to know the disorders that occur in them. Advantages of Ayurvedic Medicine:- The Ayurvedic healing method is all around. After Ayurvedic medicine, both the physical and mental improvements are improved. Most of the components of Ayurvedic medicines are obtained from herbs, plants, flowers, and fruits. Therefore it is near medical nature. Purposefully, no side effects of Ayurvedic medicines do not meet. Ayurveda is especially effective for many chronic diseases. Ayurveda not only cures diseases but also prevents disease Ayurveda suggests ways to keep diseases away by making simple changes in food and lifestyle. Ayurvedic drugs healthy people Also useful Hankayurvedik medicine are brought in relatively inexpensive because easily available in Ayurveda medicine herbs and spices work. According to archaeologists, the ancient book of Rigveda of communication, various scholars believe that its creation dates from 5000 to 50,000 years of age. In this Code, the highest principle of Ayurveda is Yatra-Tartar. The sacrament, Sushruta Kashyap, etc., is written for Atharva Veda Sub-Vedas, which are proven to be the antiquity of Ayurveda. We can assume that the composition of Ayurveda is with the origin of creation 5000 to 50,000 years ago, that is, Western scholars believe. According to the Hindu religion, this science is millions of years old and it is before the beginning of creation.

Ayurvedic Medicines

Ayurveda considers health as a reflection of a person living with nature and disease when this harmony becomes disturbed. In ancient times, sages and sages considered Ayurvedic herbs as a remedy to cure many health problems and diseases. These herbs were intensively studied and used before coming to any conclusion about the accuracy of the medicinal values of these herbs and their effectiveness in treating various diseases and diseases. Considered free from any side effects due to its natural Ayurvedic herbs and thus enjoy a global appeal. Ayurvedic medicines are mostly prepared using a mixture of herbs and other plants, including oils and common spices. By combining many types of plants and herbs to gain the benefit of medicine or therapeutic value, Ayurveda has proved itself capable of overcoming various health problems occurring in the human body. Today, Ayurveda is being widely used in modern medical systems. It began with many types of research conducted by scientific research and has proved how effective and positive the role of plants or herbs can be for human health. The herb plays an important role in the Ayurvedic system and a small herb is known to easily and effectively dissolve stones in the kidney, bladder, and gall bladder. Apart from timely treatment, Ayurvedic herbs are also known to provide permanent relief from disease by removing metabolic toxins from the body. Ayurvedic medicines are rapidly gaining popularity worldwide. A major reason for this is that Ayurveda attempts to normalize body functions with various techniques including food and activity, internal herbal preparations, purification treatments (Panchakarma), and advice on surgical methods (Shalya Chikitsa). Ayurveda is based on the belief that the delicate balance of mind, body, and soul determines the health and well-being of the body. Ayurveda aims to boost the body's own capacity for prevention as well as maintenance and balance. Ayurvedic medicines are non-invasive and non-toxic in nature and are therefore free from any side effects. Using Ayurvedic medicines in your daily life allows you to balance and reconcile the body's systems, aids in detoxification and cleansing of the body by removing accumulated toxins and normalizing body functions. Read more on how to remove toxins from the body. Products made using Ayurvedic plants have a strong action on the body as they help stabilize the doshas. Medicines are manufactured with in-depth research and expertise in the field of Ayurvedic medicine. Tulsi, Guduchi, Ajwain, Brahmi, Shilajit, and Ashwagandha, etc. are some of the most commonly used herbs in Ayurvedic preparations. Each of these herbs or spices carries a multitude of benefits - to the mind, body, and soul and can be easily used internally or externally, depending on the need.

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