Ayurveda “Feel it… Naturally ! ”
Ayurveda is the ancient system of Medicine in the world and traces it root to ancient India. The word Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit words, Ayur-life and Veda-Knowledge (Science) and is optly commonly referred as The Science of Life. Life according to Ayurveda, is a combination of senses, mind body and soul” It is a systematic approach which utilizes all that nature provides to overcome the illness and by strengthening oneself to maintain good health. The aim of Ayurveda is to give complete heal and not just getting free from physical diseases. Thus Ayurveda brings the concepts of preventive health care and health promotion.
Ayurveda may come from ancient texts but these principals are just as applicable today in our society as they were originally recorded in India Ayurveda is becoming increasingly popular globally because it speaks of the elementary concepts of (a)contact with nature (b) holism and (c) we are what we eat.
Ayurveda provides an integrated approach to preventing and treating illness it believes that the mind and body not only influence each other, they are one. There can be no mental health without physical health and vice-versa
Ayurveda recognizes three main energies that combine to form all things in the universe. These are recognized as being fundamental to all life and are seen in the process of growth, maintenance and decay in the western sciences.
Their actions are named, anabolism and catabolism. These energies combine in limitless ways to create the unique qualities of each individual Ayurveda names these basic energies as:
VATA: The force symbolized by Air
PITTA: The force symbolized by Fire
KAPHA: The force symbolized by water.
The quality and the relative balance of these forces determine health and disease. We need all these three energies to function in proper balance. When these three energies act harmoniously the functions of digestion, absorption and elimination create health. Each individual has difference constitution of the body because they have difference proportions of these energies.
The illness or diseases are manifested due to the inbalances within a personand are treated by restoring the natural balance Ayurvedic treatment does not suppress the main new ones as side effects of the main treatment . It is to remove the root cuase and given permanent relief in Ayurveda our whole life and lifestyle must be in harmony before we can enjoy true well being.
With passage of time, Ayurveda has made significant progress Modern manufacturing methods have been accepted. The introduction of GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) has ensured consistency in quality and bought improvement in presentation.
The standardization of raw material, quality control laboratory, microbiological
Controls r & Development has all become an integral part of the production system and clinical trials have further reinforced the belief in Ayurveda. The oldest medical science.
The reprinting of Ayurvedic Formulary of India has given a fillip to the Modern Ayurveda. The application of modern technology has also shown that Ayurveda is far ahead of time and is bases on scientific fact Biotechnology is confirming the benefits of these time tested herbs. The use of which has been documented and proven from generations.
Ayurveda thus lays the foundation of modern medicine and scores over it with proven efficacy and without having any side effects Modern science is still trying to unravel the mystery of the ancient wisdom.