Ayurveda means the “science of life”. This is a holistic system of health that is being practised since ancient times.

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According to Ayurveda, health is not only defined as freedom from diseases or ailments but also it is a state of physical, mental and spiritual balance. The ancient sage, Acharya Sushruta, defined a healthy person as one who has balanced doshas (humours that make up the body), agni (digestive and metabolic processes), dhatus (body tissues), malas (excreta), kriyas (bodily functions), and is happy with a balanced mind and spirit. Ayurveda embraces the belief that the path to treatment is establishing a balance between the body and mind. Thus, ayurvedic treatments focus on changing the lifestyle and food habits of a person to prevent diseases along with shaman chikitsa (pacification treatment) and shodhan chikitsa (purification treatment) to restore balance in the doshas.

 

In this article, you’ll know just how this ancient medical science has evolved with time and has lead to the origin of several other alternative medicinal therapies. Ayurvedic therapies and medicines, their benefits and side effects would also be discussed in detail. Ayurveda, health is not only defined as freedom from diseases or ailments but also it is a state of physical, mental and spiritual balance. The ancient sage, Acharya Sushruta, defined a healthy person as one who has balanced doshas (humours that make up the body), agni (digestive and metabolic processes), dhatus (body tissues), malas (excreta), kriyas (bodily functions), and is happy with a balanced mind and spirit. Ayurveda embraces the belief that the path to treatment is establishing a balance between the body and mind.  

 

Thus, ayurvedic treatments focus on changing the lifestyle and food habits of a person to prevent diseases along with shaman chikitsa (pacification treatment) and shodhan chikitsa (purification treatment) to restore balance in the doshas. In this article, you’ll know just how this ancient medical science has evolved with time and has lead to the origin of several other alternative medicinal therapies. Ayurvedic therapies and medicines, their benefits and side effects would also be discussed in detail.

Ayurveda is one of the oldest systems of medicines known to mankind. It is believed to have originated some 5000 years ago in India and is known to be the “Mother of all healing systems”. Quite a heavy title to bear, and rightly so. Unlike conventional medicine, Ayurveda aims at the complete and all-round improvement in health and well being, comprising the body, mind and soul. Read More..

Ayurvedic medicine has its origins in the Vedas; however, much of the earlier teachings were mostly verbal and have been lost or unavailable to mankind. Systemic development in Ayurveda started much later and include the famous Charaka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita, which are known to have surfaced somewhere between 6th century BC and 3rd century BC.

The former text is a collection of all the medical conditions, their pathogenesis, etymology and treatment while the latter talks about surgeries and conditions of specific organs such as ears, eyes etc. Read More..

Ayurveda is believed to be propagated by none other than Lord Dhanvantari, the god of healing and physician of the gods themselves. 

 

Although Ayurveda is essentially a nature-based system, it is in no way behind conventional medicine in terms of efficacy. In fact, most of the ayurvedic principles and facts are rooted in scientific concept and one can find parallels to some of these concepts in modern medicine.

 

 Numerous researches are going on worldwide to find the mechanism behind the action of ayurvedic herbs and medicines, which has lead to an entirely new generation of antibiotics that are prepared naturally and are devoid of side effects when used in proper dosage and under the supervision of an experienced ayurvedic practitioner. And when you think that is it, ayurvedic colleges are being set up all over the world to learn, practice and further evolve the medicine system that roots from the times of human origin.

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Benefits of Ayurveda: Why should you opt for an Ayurvedic treatment

Being a healing science, Ayurveda does not need to have any additional benefits for one to be curious about it. However, an Ayurvedic treatment has several benefits that give it an upper hand over any other healing system. Let us have a look at them:


Unlike conventional medicine, Ayurvedic treatment heals an individual on all levels of existence- body, mind and soul. An Ayurvedic practitioner can help you understand your own body constitution so you would know exactly what kind of diet and lifestyle is best for you. You’ll also be more aware of the ways to maintain an optimum balance between your mind and body. So, goodbye stress and anxiety.

Trisutra: The three basic objectives of Ayurveda

The most important aim of Ayurveda is to maintain a disease free state so that a person can enjoy optimal health. This falls under the category of prevention. In case of disease, various therapies and treatments are given for the management and alleviation of disease symptoms. To achieve both these objectives, Ayurveda uses the concept of trisutra. These include:


Hetu (cause): This comprises the etiological and causative factors, the presence or absence of which determines the health of an individual. The causative factors include sensory perceptions, intellect, elements etc and the etiological factors comprise of over or under-utilisation of substances or foods.


Linga (symptoms): Linga refers to symptoms of a disease or a health condition along with the traits that mark good health.


Aushadha (drug): Aushadha refers to the various measures that are employed to maintain health and prevent diseases. It also includes all the therapeutic measures used for disease management.


Disease prevention

Four different measures are used for disease prevention in Ayurveda. These are:

Dincharya: The day to day lifestyle and habits of an individual. This includes timely meals, proper rest, exercise/ yoga and avoiding overworking and stress.


Rittucharya: Rittucharya involves changes in diet and lifestyle depending on the change in seasons and weather to prevent seasonal infections and diseases. Read More…