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Ayurveda - The cure straight from nature

The mystic and traditional ways of the ancient Indians. The cure from nature was not just a mere medication. But it was the way people lived. The term itself means the complete knowledge for a long and healthy life. Apart from curing just the symptoms and giving more side effects from just the medicine, Ayurveda directly cures the root of the disease, causing permanent relief from the ailment. And in Ayurveda there are levels of cure. Apart from the giving more dosage of the same medication Ayurveda changes the treatment and switches to the next way and by doing this avoiding the weakening of other parts of the body. An Ayurveda treatment is mild and does not weaken the patient with more medicines. Treatment like Abhyangam (Medicated Oil Massage) provides soothness for the whole body and it’s a wonderful treatment for common problems like obesity, diabetes and skin problems. And the benefita are more it rejuvenates the whole body, improves blood circulation, beatifies skin, induces sound sleep promoting vitality and reduces stress it even delays aging. You see the benefits are many. In Ayurveda the diseases are managed in four different ways namely: shodan, or cleansing; shaman or palliation; rasayana, or rejuvenation; and satvajaya, or mental hygiene. And the treatments mainly comprise of powders, tablets, decoctions, medicated oils etc. these are all prepared from natural herbs, plants and minerals and no synthetic substances are added. Due to this reason the medicines does not induce side effects rather they give side benefits.

In ancient times these treatments were practiced and were not codified so if one wanted to learn these treatments he would have to be a disciple and learn every thing from the experiences he had. Later on it was codified and transformed hundreds of slokas(lines) of Ayur-Vedic wisdom into 'Samhitas'. Ayurvedic treatments are divided into eight segments such as Kaya Chikitsa (General medicine), Bala Chikitsa (Pediatrics), Graha Chikitsa (Psychiatry), Urdgwanga Chikitsa (ENT, Ophthalmology), Salya Chikitsa (Surgery), Damshtra Chikitsa (Toxicology), Jara Chikitsa (Geriatrics) and Vrisha Chikitsa (Aphrodisiac treatment). Along with the medication proper diet and excercice and living style should also be maintained. If we are following the medication process these factors boosts the abilty of medicines to agreat extend and giving you the maximum of results. In addition to these panch karma and yoga therapy can be very safely used to promote good health, prevent diseases and acquire longevity.