What is Ayurveda
Ayurveda, the 'Science of Life,' or longevity is the holistic health care system which originates in India and
is the world oldest comprehensive medical science.
According to the concept of Ayurveda, good health is based on the equilibrium of Dosha (humor), Agni (digestive fire), Dhatus (seven body types: Lymph, blood, muscle, adipose tissue, bone, bone marrow, semen ) and Malas (Feces, Urine, and other waste products). Furthermore, Ayurveda emphasizes on maintaining
physical, mental and spiritual well-being as part of the good health.
Ayurvedic approach to keep Body and Mind Free of Disease
Ayurveda takes into account the environment, human stages of life and the effect of seasonal changes on our well-being, it is as relevant today as it has always been. Ayurveda is based on the body having the correct balance of nature’s basic elements – earth, fire, water, space, and air – which express themselves in the three doshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. To maintain the health of a healthy person maintaining the balance of a person's prakruti (or constitution) by creating daily and periodic regimens. These health routines focus on diet and exercise, herbals, massage, meditation, and social behavior and positive relationships.
Ayurvedic Rejuvenation treatment for Ageless body and mind
Rejuvenation, or Rasayana in Sanskrit, is one of the eight specialized practice of Ayurveda to restore youth and body's vitality to its fullest capacity. Timely use of Rasayanas could help in increasing resistance against disease, enhancing your health and vigor and delaying the debility of aging. It means“practical reversal of the aging process.” Following regular Ayurvedic rejuvenation/deep cellular detox and lifestyle principles is a way to restore our bodies self-healing capacities from degeneration. After the course of therapy person will feel reinvigorated and alive, with toned muscles, lubricated joints, and silken skins.
The Ayurvedic Approach Towards the Cause Of a Disease
Although finding the cause of an illness is still a mystery to the modern science, it was the main goal of the Ayurveda. Six stages of the development of the disease were known, including aggravation, accumulation, overflow, relocation, a build up on a new site and manifestation into a recognizable disease. Modern equipment and diagnosis can only detect a disease during the fifth and the sixth stages of illness. An Ayurvedic physician can recognize an illness in the making before it creates a more serious imbalance in the body.