By | 2018-08-20
Ayurvedic Treatment & Its Silent Feature

Ayurveda is one of the world’s oldest holistic healing systems. It was developed thousands of years ago in India. It is made up of two words “Ayur “and the “Veda”. “Ayur” refers to life, and the “Vedas” mean knowledge. It therefore together means the knowledge of life. Since Ayurveda is supposedly created by Brahma and has a divine origin, it is considered to be a holistic science. It is a science that not only deals with the treatment of some diseases but it is a complete way of life. Ayurvedic treatments have been in practice from several years but it has been increasingly accepted in many parts of India as well as internationally. Ayurveda is the ancient method of treatment but it begins when all other treatments are failed. It is preventive, protective and curable in nature. When any treatment is extended then Ayurveda is the right selection as it can cure very stubborn and perennial diseases. It believes that human body is made up of three Doshas (faults or mistakes): Vata, Pitta and Kapha & these three Doshas control the different functions of the body. Vatta controls movement in muscles, pulsations of heart, feelings and emotions like excitement, laughing, crying pain etc. Pitta governs digestion, nutrition, metabolism, body temperature and its color. Kapha is present in nose, plasma, cytoplasm, sinuses and other liquid secretion. Human emotions like attachment, love, anger are also controlled by Kapha. It gives biological strength to the body. Since everybody has different body structure, hence Ayurvedic treatment is different for different body. It is based on personalized regimen for every individual. God and nature created each one of us in a unique way and Medicine should regard our individuality. Ayurveda stands for our individuality in theory and in practice. Ayurveda works mainly on principal of purification of body. Panchakarma helps to detoxify our body thoroughly. The effect of proper diet and herbal supplements increases substantially after purification therapy. It is a well known fact that Ayurveda can cure a large number of diseases through its holistic treatments and approach. Due to best result & benefits of natural treatment, the use of natural products and ayurvedic products has been constantly increasing with constant experiments and research. Ayurvedic treatments are non-invasive and Ayurvedic medicines have no side effects.