Ayurveda is the oldest medical system in the world. It is a holistic system of healing and maintaining of health . The basic principles of Ayurveda deal with the natural way of living a healthy life. According to Ayurveda, every living being in the universe is a combination of five basic elements called Pancha Mahabhuta. These five elements are Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth.
These Panchamahabhuta combine in various ways to form three different energy levels known as Tridoshas. They are Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These Tridoshas determine the constitution of a person as well as the process of growth and decay of the body. When doshas are healthy and balanced it is called as good health. Imbalance causes disease. Ayurveda explains different foods, tastes, activities, seasons etc that affect the doshas in different ways.
The key to prevention of diseases to help the body to eliminate the toxins and to stop further production of toxins. Ayurveda suggests putting the person on a proper diet with appropriate lifestyle, habits and exercise and administering a proper detoxification program called ‘Panchakarma’. Panchakarma literally means five methods of body purification. These methods are employed in the healthy to preserve their health and in the sick to treat diseases occurred. These methods are also employed as a part of rejuvenation therapy (rasayana). There are certain preparatory steps to be taken before the actual panchakarma are performed. They are called as Purva Karmas. Also there are procedures advised after the actual Panchakarma. These are called Paschat Karma.
The word yoga has been derived from the Sanskrit word “yuj”, which indicates a joining together, a unity, a harmony, and balance. “The practices or the science which brings the balance in physical, mental, emotional, psychic and spiritual personality is yoga”.
Yoga is an ancient system of philosophy, lifestyle and techniques that evolves the whole person, the physical, the vitality, the mind and emotions, wisdom, ethics and a higher quality of relationships, and the realization of the spiritual reality of human being.
Yoga is complete control over the different pattern or modifications of consciousness.
Marma is the vital point of body, there are 107 Marma points which place a vital role to treat deseased persons. Marma therapy contributes to increase or recharge physical,
mental and spiritual energies. On the physical level it helps to revitalize or reenergize the body tissues; at cellular level, it improves
the vital functions like digestion, respiration, blood circulation and
excretion. On the psychological level it improves the mental faculty
by directing it in the positive direction. It also offers a way to treat
many psychosomatic ailments without any drugs. It harmonizes the
functioning of nervous and endocrine systems to control psychological disorders. On the spiritual level, reasoning of mind, regulation and transformation of thoughts in positive direction helps to concentrate towards the ultimate goal of life. As a preventive measure it helps to cope with the situations arising from different diseases.
AYURVEDA PULSE DIAGNOSIS
Nadi Pariksha is the ancient ayurvedic technique of diagnosis through the pulse. It can accurately diagnose physical, mental and emotional imbalances as well as diseases. It is a non- invasive science that enables to reach the root cause of health issues and not just address the symptoms.
Medicnal herbs have moved from fringe to mainstream use with a greater number of people seeking remedies and health approaches free from side effects caused by synthetic chemicals. Presently considerable attention has been paid to utilize Eco – friendly and Bio friendly plant based products for the prevention and cure of different human diseases.
According to World Health Organization report, over 80% of the world population relies on plant-based traditional medicine for their primary healthcare needs.
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