Ayurveda

Ayurveda, an ancient medical science of India is considered as an alternative medicine worldwide.  The Indian system of medicine has been in vogue from times immemorial to impart natural healing for various ailments. Ayurveda, regarded as the life science and 5000yrs old is existing till today only because of its authenticity.

The system was nurtured by ancient scholars and is believed to be quite safe and free from side effects as it is more close to nature. The word Ayurveda is formed by the combination of two words - "Ayu" meaning life, and "Veda" meaning knowledge.

Life according to Ayurveda is a combination of senses, mind, body and soul. Ayurveda gives a comprehensive knowledge about physical, mental spiritual and social health and hence the practice involves the care of physical, mental and spiritual health of human beings.

Thus Ayurveda is a qualitative, holistic science of health and longevity, a philosophy and system of healing the whole person, body and mind.
 
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With the Modernization and Globalization of ayurveda more and more people are showing interest in these treatment procedures due to their effectiveness in addition to the conventional panchakarma practices and physicians from other parts of the country and the western world wish to acquire this knowledge. In the United States, Ayurvedic medicine is considered a type of CAM and a whole medical system. As with other such systems, it is based on theories of health and illness and on ways to prevent, manage, or treat health problems.

Ayurvedic medicine aims to integrate and balance the body, mind, and spirit; thus, some view it as “holistic.” This balance is believed to lead to happiness and health, and to help prevent illness. Ayurvedic medicine also treats specific physical and mental health problems. The chief aim of Ayurvedic practices is to cleanse the body of substances that can cause disease, thus helping to reestablish harmony and balance.