The Ayurveda – the oldest healing science


A great oriental medical science like AYURVED is highlighted so meaningfully to the benefit and advantage of many. It needs to be gone through with an earnest seriousness to derive the very essence of divine fruits in terms of ecstatic satiation reinvigorating physical strength mentally and physically. It aims at building up a sound physique, more so mentally.

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Ayurveda Considered by many scholars to be the oldest healing science, Ayurveda is a holistic approach to health that is designed to help people live long, healthy, and well balanced lives. The term Ayurveda is taken from the Sanskrit words ayus, meaning life or lifespan, and veda, meaning knowledge. It has been practiced in India for at least 5,000 years and has recently become popular in Western cultures. The basic principle of Ayurveda is to prevent and treat illness by maintaining balance in the body, mind, and consciousness through proper drinking, diet, and lifestyle, as well as herbal remedies.

ccording to Ayurvedic beliefs, each person has a distinct pattern of energy — a specific combination of physical, mental, and emotional characteristics.

It is also believed that there are three basic energy types called doshas, present in every person:

1.Vata — energy that controls bodily functions associated with motion

2.Pitta…

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2 thoughts on “The Ayurveda – the oldest healing science”

  1. Yes. It is a great healing science being practiced for the last thousands of years. with the use of so many herbs, without any side effects, whereas each and every pill of Allopathic Medicine has some kind of adverse effect. But unfortunately, now-a-days, to fetch more and more money, lot of Ayurvedic Doctors are using wrong methods of preparing Ayurvedic medicines, adding some sort of A;llopathic Steroids to Ayurvedic medicines to show quick results to patients.

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