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Ayurveda

About Ayurveda :

Ayurveda started as an oral tradition some 5000 years ago in India.  This tradition was first documented in the Rig Veda. The literal meaning of “Ayurveda”( Ayur= Life, Veda= Knowledge) is Life Knowledge. It is the world’s oldest known medical science that aims to help us lead a life where Mind, Body and Spirit stay in a State of Balance, with each other and with the Environment.

According to Ayurveda, Human Body comprises with the combination of Atma (soul), Mana (mind), Indriyan (senses) and Sharira (body). And According to Ayurveda Shastra Human’ Nature or Prakriti is based upon 5 basic elements: earth, water, fire, air and ether. Ayurveda names seven basic tissues (dhatu). They are plasma (rasa), blood (rakta), muscles (māmsa), fat (meda), bone (asthi), marrow (majja), and semen (shukra as the basis of Human Body Structure.

Ayurveda is based on the premise that the universe is made up of five elements: air, fire, water, earth and ether. These elements are represented in humans by three "doshas", or energies: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Ayurveda states that a balance of the three elemental substances,( Doshas), creates Health, while imbalance cause disease.

There are two complementary aims of Ayurveda. The first is to maintain the health of those who are well. This entails specific diet and nutrition, hygiene, living habits, exercises and stabilizing techniques. Following these guidelines enables a healthy person to maintain health and increase their life-span. The other is to cure diseases of those who are sick. This aspect relates to  various diseases, their causes, diagnosis, remedies and therapies to cure and prevent relapses of illness. Ayurveda was also called "the science of eight components" and treatments are also based on the following:

  • (General medicine) – Kāya-chikitsā: "cure of diseases affecting the body"
  • (Pediatrics) – Kaumāra-bhṛtya: "treatment of children"
  • (Surgery) – Śhalya-chikitsā: "removal of any substance which has entered the body (as extraction of darts, of splinters, etc.)"
  • (Ophthalmology / ENT/Dentistry) – Śālākya-tantra: "cure of diseases of the teeth, eye, nose or ear etc. by sharp instruments"
  • (Demonology / exorcism / psychiatry) – Bhoot (ghost)-vidyā: "treatment of mental diseases"
  • (Toxicology) – Agada-tantra:Gada means Poison. "doctrine of antidotes"
  • (Anti Agings) – Rasayana-tantra: "doctrine of Rasayana"
  • (Aphrodisiacs) – Vājīkaraṇa tantra

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