Ayurveda Medicine

Ayurveda Medicine


Ayurveda medicine is one of the oldest holistic medical systems in the world. It is based on the belief that health and well being depends on a delicate balance between body, mind and soul. Its main goal is to promote good health. In the US it is considered a form of 'complementary and alternative medicine' 'CAM'. In Sanskrit, Ayurveda means 'life science'. Ayurvedic knowledge originated in India more than 5000 years ago. It stems from the ancient Vedic culture and is taught over many thousands of years. Ayurveda lays great emphasis on prevention and promotes the maintenance of health to balance a human's life, right thinking, diet and use of herbs. Knowledge of Ayurveda enables to understand how to balance the body, mind and consciousness. According to a human's own constitution and how to change the lifestyle to maintain balance.

What Is Ayurveda

   Ayurveda was first mentioned in Vedic texts, believed to have existed for over 1200 years, about which the gods are said to have communicated this valuable life saving knowledge to sages and seers. He shared this knowledge orally until it was written down several years later. Ayurveda is also a derivative of the Tantric dynasty, both Tantra and Ayurveda deal with the energies of the universe. They believe that there are elements of the universe within each and that as the world is made up of earth, fire, water, air and ether. 400 AD.  It is said that Ayurvedic texts were translated into Chinese literature and earlier spread methods. Some of the oldest Ayurvedic texts include the Sushruta Samhita and Charaka Samhita, which contain ancient principles behind the human body, various energetic systems, as well as therapeutic guidance for many different diseases. One of the major ways identified from the stem of Ayurveda is that it considers the suppression of natural urges, feelings and thoughts as one of the primary causes of disease and that expression, freedom and truth lead to health and vitality. Many of the global complementary treatments, we are using today are derived from Ayurveda, including many types of aromatherapy and massages.


• Skin (Healthy And Glowing): - 

          Ayurveda has a lot of results to help keep your skin supple and glowing. Vegetables like lettuce and radish are easy to digest due to their purifying properties and high water content. Foods contain healthy fats and 'omega 3s', which are active components to maintain healthy skin and reduce inflammation in certain skin conditions.

• Stress (Reduce): - 

             Extreme physical stress and emotional stress reduce the resistance of the body and turn it into a host of diseases. Stress and anxiety can be reduced through meditation, yoga and other herbal remedies. Ayurvedic remedies such as Abhyangam, Shirodhara, Svedanam, Kayasudhi, Shirobhyangam, and Vazikaran treatments after Padyabhangam help reduce depression and anxiety. A review of medical research conducted by St. Elizabeth's Medical Center in Massachusetts found that out of 35 trials, examining the effects of yoga, 25 trials showed significant decreases signs of stress and anxiety.

• Prevent Diabetes: - 

                According to recent research in 2014: 370 million people worldwide suffered from diabetes. It increases the risk of heart attack and kidney disease. A diabetic patient often urines heavily at night time. This increases the level of thirst and may cause weight gain or weight loss, urinary infections and reduced eyesight. In Ayurveda, diabetes mellitus usually occurs in the form of madhumeha. Ayurvedic treatment for diabetes is mainly done keeping in mind the adjustment in the way of life of a diabetic patient. With diet and prescription, a man is encouraged to live a healthy life in general and to move forward with an active life.

• Inflammation Minimize: -

                          Inflammation can be caused by insufficient sleep, less than stellar eating and insufficient digestion. Ayurvedic techniques for Punarnava reduce inflammation to manage the outline of the heart and digestive system by erasing waste. Expanding the mix of herbal remedies, a practice that support digestion and cancer prevention agents can help reduce incrementalism and Inflammation.

Benefits of Ayurveda

• Weight Loss/Maintenance: -

               Ayurveda helps in reducing body weight by a natural and healthy diet. There are many remedies in Ayurveda, which help in reducing excess body fat. Ayurvedic medicine promotes excess weight by consuming a natural and healthy diet. A study conducted by NutriHealth System in New Delhi found that changing one's health regimen helped peoples lose weight effectively.

• Hormones Balancing: -

                     Ayurveda can naturally help in balancing hormones, resulting in a healthy menstrual cycle. In 2010, a study conducted by the Institute of Indigenous Medicine at the University of Colombo in Sri Lanka found that the use of essential oils can help balance hormones. Ayurveda prescribes natural structures and various therapeutic properties to help with all the side effects of hormonal imbalances.

• Bloating Regulation: -

                 Ayurveda can help manage inflammation and poor digestion by expelling the buildup of waste. Spices and roots like cumin, cardamom and ginger can treat indigestion in the body. Chewing cumin and ginger before meals can promote digestion, and drinking cardamom and fennel in boiled water can calm the digestive system as well as relieve cramps.

• Encourage Foods: -

                     There are specific guidelines of the Ayurvedic diet for each diet, encouraging one to eat whole foods such as fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes as a diet. It can greatly benefit health, as these foods are rich in many essential nutrients.

• Strong Digestion: -

              In Ayurveda diet some foods will activate your digestive system during the right time of day, which will reduce the toxic buildup in your digestive system. This prevents you from feeling lethargic, giving you a higher level of energy. Having optimal digestion also helps you keep a healthy weight and feel less excited.


  There are 3 types of dosha in Ayurveda. Those who practice Ayurveda believe that each person is made up of the five basic elements found in the universe: space, air, fire, water and earth. They combine three life forces or energies in the human body, called dosha. They control how your body works. Vata dosha (place, air), Pitta dosha (fire, water) And Kapa Dosha (Water,  Earth). All have inherited a unique blend of the three doshas. But one is usually stronger than the others. Each one controls a different body function.

Dosha In Ayurveda

• Vata Dosha:-

          Vata energy is associated with air, space and physical movement including breath and blood circulation. Vata energy is said to like those who are vibrant, creative, original thinkers. When out of balance, Vata types can tolerate joint pain, constipation, dry skin, anxiety and other diseases.

• Pita Dosha:-

         Pita energy express body's metabolic system. Pita energy is associated with fire and is believed to regulate the digestive and endocrine systems. People with pita energy are considered to be aggressive, intelligent and fast paced by nature. When pita energy is out of balance, ulcers, bloating, digestive problems, anger, heartburn, and arthritis can occur.

• Kapha Dosha:-

             Kapha energy make body's structure. Kapha energy is associated with earth and water it believed to control growth and strength, and associated with the chest, torso and back. The Kapha is considered strong and solid in constitution, and is generally quiet in nature. But according to Ayurvedic physicians, obesity, diabetes, insecurity and gall bladder problems can result when Kapha energy is out of balance.

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