Ayurveda operates on the concept which explains various materials of vegetable, animal, and mineral origin having some medicinal importance. According to a…
Ayurveda is an ancient system of health care and is native to the Indian subcontinent. The word “Ayurveda” is a tatpurusha compound of the word ayus which means “life” or “life principle”, and the word veda refers to a system of “knowledge”. Hence “Ayurveda” is often called the “knowledge of life”.
ayurveda-natural-care According to Charaka, “life” itself is defined as the “combination of the body, sense organs, mind and soul, the factor responsible for preventing decay and death, which sustains the body over time, and guides the processes of rebirth”. According to this perspective, Ayurveda is associated with measurement and protection of “ayus”, which includes healthy living along with therapeutic measures which relates to physical, mental, social and spiritual harmony
Ayurveda operates on the concept which explains various materials of vegetable, animal, and mineral origin having some medicinal importance. The medicinal properties of these materials has been documented by the practitioners and used for centuries to cure illness thereby helping to maintain good health. Ayurvedic medicines are made from herbs either alone or in combination with minerals, metals and several ingredients of animal origin. The metals, animals and minerals are purified by individual processes before being used for medicinal purposes.
India is worldwide famous for its ayurveda treatment. There are various centers for authentic ayurveda treatment across the country, and Kerala has emerged as the most famous destination for the ayurvedic treatment in India. The treatment mainly comprises of aroma therapy, powders, and tablets, medicated oils etc. prepared from natural herbs, plants and minerals. Ayurveda gives a complete look into the lifestyle of a person. Two most important aims of Ayurveda are: to maintain the health of healthy people and to cure the diseases of sick people.
“According to ayurveda, a holistic approach to heart health requires you to nourish the emotional heart as well as the physical heart. The heart is not just a pump – it is the fountainhead of all emotions, whether it is joy and exhilaration or sadness and frustration. Mental and emotional stress disrupts the heart.