Ayurveda is a branch of medicine that relies completely on nature for treating various health problems and disorders. It is an age-old practice that derives its roots from the Vedas. Although time has changed Ayurveda still remains a significant source of treatment. The procedure is pretty safe and highly effective and this is the reason why a method that originated in the Indian sub-continent is now practised all over the world.
Ayurveda is not only limited to medicine but can be applied to other aspects like dietary restrictions and lifestyle modifications.
In order to treat the patients, it is very important to determine their body type or ‘dosha’ based on the principals of Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
Ayurveda aims at complete detoxification and cleansing of our body. External pollution, stress, anxiety, irregular lifestyle and diet patterns, intoxicate our body and trigger various health problems. Hence it becomes very important to clean our body at regular intervals.
Ayurveda works on the principle of ‘mind and soul along with body’. It uses a holistic approach to treat various issues like gynaecological problems, skin disorders, arthritis, pain management, obesity etc in adults and slow growth, immunity problems, recurrent infections, hyperactivity and lack of concentration in kids.
Although Ayurveda is a very safe, proper guidance provided by an Ayurvedic physician or consultant is very important and you should not take any medicine on your own.
Ayurveda has been able to deliver significant results over the years and has evolved greatly with the use of GMP certified medicines and plants and using a 360-degree approach to achieving health.
In today’s world, it has become very important for us to talk about Ayurveda, explore Ayurveda and feel Ayurveda to bring back the lost essence of life.