Ayurveda is based on the ancient wisdom of good living. The word Ayurveda is formed from the root words of Ayu = Life; Veda = Science (or the way). Thus, Ayurveda is defined as “the Science of life”
An Ayurvedic health cure is a preventive measure for the preservation of durable health up to old age. It also cleanses the body and is appropriate for wellbeing during post-convalescence and recuperation form acute or chronic illness. Conditions successfully treated by Ayurveda include; Diabetes, Stress, Migraine, headaches, Overweight, Skin problems , High Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure, Bronchial Asthma, Arthritis , Sleep Disorders and illness of the Respiratory Tract, Heart & Circulation, Rheumatism,Acne, Nicotine Addiction etc. Ayurveda gives you a base to manage your daily life better.
Ayurvedic drugs cause neither side effects nor physical or psychological dependence. This is way Ayurvedic treatment is termed shuddhachikitsa - ‘a genuine treatment’.
While the Western Medicine only the ayurveda treats the person as a whole, taking in to consideration his/her activities and the environment. According to Western Medicine the diagnosis focused mostly on identification of a disease. In Ayurveda the diagnosis is much deeper.
Ayurveda and Yoga are sister sciences and work harmoniously to deliver sound body, pure mind and free spirit.
Ayurvedic practitioners feel the radial artery with three fingers to evaluate the balanced and imbalanced conditions of Vata, Pitta and Kapha in mind and body. This is an important skill that your Ayurvedic practitioner can employ to read the subtle condition of your bodily Doshas.
Yes, absolutely. Personalized herbs, specific diet modification and also specialized oils and massages prove very effective in pain management without side effects.
Please remember that Ayurveda does not claim to treat, prevent or cure diseases, but only to restore balance to the physiology. When balance is restored, many diseases and disorders are often automatically prevented or heath is restored.