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AYURVEDA IS A SCIENCE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Modern living offers us many comforts and luxuries. The pace of life has been constantly increasing especially in the last two decades. New gadgets and instruments have been invented which help us work faster and travel to distant places in a short time. Technology has enabled us to do more work in less time and made us more materialistic. The cyber revolution has removed all boundaries and there are more opportunities for economic growth. Modern medicine has invented diagnostic tools and therapeutic formulations, which can identify diseases at the minutest levels, and suppress it. Continue reading

Severe Pain Killer

The US National Library of Medicine says that if you have trouble moving around or feel pain and stiffness in your body, you could have arthritis. In the majority of cases arthritis causes pain and swelling in the joints. Eventually a swollen joint can suffer Continue reading

Philosophy of Ayurveda

Ayurveda, the Upaveda of Adharva Veda, is one of the most ancient and unique healing systems in the world. It is based on an innate philosophy explained in detail in the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Bhagavat Gita and other religious texts.

The four main objectives of human life are Dharm (Duty), Arth (Wealth), Kaam (Desire) and Moksha (Salvation). Moksha, or the liberation from the cycle of births and rebirths is the ultimate goal of an individual. For attaining Moksha, one needs a sound body and mind, plus the instinct to preserve his health. It naturally paved way to a well-framed medical system in India. Continue reading

Remedies for Diabetes

Diabetes has become a very common heath problem. The main cause is lack of adequate insulin production to manage the level of glucose in your blood.
While there is no cure for diabetes, with your blood sugar level under control you can live a totally normal life. There are various natural remedies for diabetes that will help you control your blood sugar level. Continue reading

Ayurvedic Effective For Arthritis

Arthritis is one of the most common ailments for which Ayurvedic help is being sought these days. Ayurveda blames excess of vata (air) dosha for pain. An increase in vata movements results in low metabolism and at times blocks the normal functioning of the body. One of the reasons for arthritis and other pains such as neck, body, knee and joint is the swelling in the joints created by the toxic mucous (Aam). Continue reading

Types Of Treatment -AYUSH

The treatment of disease can broadly be classified as :

  1. Shodhana therapy (Purification Treatment)
  2. Shamana therapy (Palliative Treatment)
  3. Pathya Vyavastha (Prescription of diet and activity)
  4. Nidan Parivarjan (Avoidance of disease causing and aggravating factors)
  5. Satvavajaya(Psychotherapy)
  6. Rasayana therapy(use of immunomodulators and rejuvenation medicines)

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An Effective Ayurvedic Diet to Boost Fertility

We come across a number of couples who have tried every kind of fertility treatment available, but have not been able to find the right solution to their fertility problems. With pressures of modern life, mental and emotional stress, and lack of love in relations, infertility cases are on the rise. More and more couples are unable to produce children. Moreover, with one in four early pregnancies ending in miscarriage, Ayurveda’s approach can help preempt any untoward chances of such cases. Continue reading

Diabetes Information

Diabetes Mellitus is a very common disease which affected so many people around the world. It is a metabolic disorder and in the specific condition body is not able to produce or even use insulin and so foods like sugar or starch is not converted in energy. As diabetes symptom we can say that the level of blood glucose rises. Continue reading

Ayurveda Importance and Benefits

Ayurveda is the flawless ancient science of life; the word ‘Ayur’ literally means ‘life’ and ‘veda’, the ‘science’ or ‘knowledge’. Ayurveda elucidates the do’s and don’ts one has to follow, which favours the well-being of each individual to lead a healthy, happy, comfortable and advantageous life physically, mentally and socially. Ayurveda also emphasis the adage, ‘prevention is better than cure’. Continue reading

Ayurveda is a Science For the 21st Century

Modern living offers us many comforts and luxuries. The pace of life has been constantly increasing especially in the last two decades. New gadgets and instruments have been invented which help us work faster and travel to distant places in a short time. Technology has enabled us to do more work in less time and made us more materialistic. The cyber revolution has removed all boundaries and there are more opportunities for economic growth. Modern medicine has invented diagnostic tools and therapeutic formulations, which can identify diseases at the minutest levels, and suppress it. Continue reading

Power of Ayurveda

The herbs commonly used in the manufacture of Ayurvedic medicine are highly nutritive with lot of healing properties. Today, Ayurveda and its herbal treatment flourishes side by side with Homeopathic, Unani Tibb and Western conventional medicine and is actively encouraged as an inexpensive alternative to drugs. Continue reading

Historical Perspective About Ayurveda

Vedic Era:
India is known as Land of Vedas. The word Veda refers to True Knowledge. A number of guiding principles for preservation of health are mentioned in Vedas. However in Atharva Veda, such guiding principles, medicinal effects of herbs etc. occur more abundantly. Thus, Atharva Veda forms the structural foundation for emergence of Ayurveda, as a separate branch of science or knowledge. Continue reading

Balancing Mind and Emotion through Ayurveda

In Ayurveda the mind and heart are one and the same. The mind is said to reside in the heart and this means the physical heart as well as the heart of our pure awareness. All 3 doshas also reside in the heart, along with Prana, Tejas and Ojas, the subtle forms of the doshas and the Gunas, Sattwa, Rajas and Tamas. This means that our mental and emotional state can be influenced by the balance of all of these and likewise the mind has the power to substantially influence our physical health. Every experience we have, each thought and feeling, has its impact on the doshas and subsequently on our health and vice versa. Mental health is a state of sensory, mental, intellectual and spiritual well being. Continue reading

Is there good scientific research around Ayurvedic medicine?

Many Ayurvedic adherents argue that the system’s incredible longevity offers a powerful argument for its success and safety. However, most of the information regarding Ayurveda’s efficacy has been passed from teacher to student. In addition to this “oral history,” the ancient books Charak Samhita and Sushruta Samhita contain observational documentations about the system’s effectiveness. Continue reading

Invention Ayurveda

Ayurveda is the oldest surviving complete medical system in the world. Derived from its ancient Sanskrit roots – ‘ayus’ (life) and ‘ved’ (knowledge) – Ayurveda offers a rich and comprehensive outlook to a healthy life. Ayurveda was first practiced nearly 5000 years ago by spiritual rishis, who originally laid the foundations of the Vedic civilization in India by systematically organizing the fundamentals of life. Continue reading

Diabetes

What is diabetes according to Ayurveda?

The disease diabetes mellitus (DM) is as such not mentioned in Ayurvedic text, but the symptoms of the disease ‘Madhumeha’ which is one of the 20 types of Prameha roga, resembles the symptoms of DM. According to Ayurvedic texts the most important symptom of Prameha is ‘Prabhutavila mutrata‘ that is excessive and dirty urination. The two types of Prameha / Madhumeha namely Sahaja and Apathya-nimittaj can be compared with insulin-dependent (juvenile onset) and insulin independent (maturity onset) diabetes mellitus respectively. Madhumeha when occurs as a primary disease (Avrit Vatajanya) it is comparable with juvenile onset diabetes mellitus. Continue reading

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