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Ayurveda is a gift of nature to the mankind, which is as old as 5000 years, yet showing lights as a natural medical science being within the limits of laws of nature and curing diseases beyond the reach of modern medical science. It treats successfully different body and mind ailments by the help of herbal, natural and spiritual remedies. Ayurveda is derived from two words, i.e. ‘ayus’, meaning ‘life’ and veda meaning ‘wisdom’ or ‘science’. So Ayurveda can be termed as the science of life. Life is a combination of four factors – i.e. Sharira (the body), indriya (the senses), satwa (the mind) and atma (the soul). These four factors combine to produce the unique experience we call life. Ayurveda teaches us all the natural laws of life – to be healthy always in order to fulfill all of our desires.

Dosha can be termed as a form of Bio-energy, which controls the body’s physiology. It is of three types, i.e. Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Vata governs movement. All voluntary and involuntary impulses are controlled by Vata. Pitta governs transformation in the body and mind. The digestive fire and the illuminating capacity of the mind are controlled by Pitta. Kapha governs form and substance. The weight, cohesion and the stability of the body and mind are controlled by Kapha.

In order to stay healthy, these three Doshas need to be balanced and in a state of equilibrium with each other. Otherwise there arises a condition of imbalanced Doshas that leads to a state of disease. We need to follow certain diet and life-style so that these three Doshas remain balanced. Improper diet and life-style leads to aggravation of these Doshas which gives rise to a state of disease. No one Dosha can control body’s physiology or sustain life. All three must work together in harmony. In a nutshell health is harmony and disharmony is disease. And the aim of Ayurveda is to maintain harmony in an individual which can be achieved by following a proper diet, lifestyle and medicinal regimen

Ayurveda Treatment
Ayurveda Treatment
Ayurveda Treatment
Ayurveda Treatment
Ayurveda Treatmetnt

What Panchakarma is?

It is a Sanskrit word consisting of “Pancha” (means five) and “Karma” (means remedial measures). So, Panchakarma literally means five remedial measures used in Ayurvedic therapy. Ayurveda basically emphasizes two types of therapy i.e.(i) Eliminatory and (ii) Pacificatory.Panchakarma comes under the Eliminatory therapy.

What Rasayana is?

The term Rasayana is made up off two Sanskrit words – ‘Rasa’ and ‘Ayana.’ The literal meaning of Rasa is the essence of something. Anything ingested into the body in the form of food or medicine is first resynthesized into Rasa Dhatu, the basic plasma tissue. Ayana means channels or pathways in the body throughwhich the Rasa is transported to all the body tissues for biochemical metamorphosis (Rasakriya)

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