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“ Ayurveda: The Science of Life ”

Ayurveda is an ancient science of life believed to have originated over 5000 years ago. As a medical system, it works wonders as a preventive and curative tool. This two-pronged approach is combined in the Ayurveda treatment packages achieving a holistic approach to wellness. Ayurvedic teachings are based on the ancient Indian texts Atharva Veda, laying emphasis on prevention rather than cure for the harmonious existence of body, mind and soul. This eons old system continues to be followed and practiced throughout India, preferred in the main to modern medicine which usually focuses on treatment of ailments that are already developed. A significant part of the therapies centre around diet advocating a nutritious, tailor made diet to complement specific body types.

Ayurvedic medicines and supplements are all made from natural substances, thereby reducing the risk of side effects. Also, it can keep patients from becoming physically or psychologically dependent on them.

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For the body, mind and soul

The ancient practise of Ayurveda goes beyond only treating diseases. It is a way of life that has been refined through the lived experiences of sages from thousands of years ago. What the Ayurvedic way of life offers is a chance to cleanse the mind, body, and soul in order to achieve your full potential.

One with the universe

Ayurveda considers everything in the universe, including human beings, to be made of five elements—Air, Water, Fire, Earth and Ether. Together these elements are known as the Pancha-mahabhutas. Each of these elements is associated with different bodily functions and personality traits. In the organic body these five elements are found as the three doshas (tridosha)—vatha, pitta and kapha. Each of the doshas is a different combination of the five elements. An imbalance of the three doshas would result in both physical and mental ailments.

Fine tuning the body

Ayurveda does not treat the disease but restores the harmony of the body so that the body itself can fight it. The treatments, diets and routines prescribed in Ayurveda are to balance the tridosha. Each individual would have a unique combination of these doshas, meaning such there is no medicine or procedure suited to everyone. What might be harmful to one type of body constitution might be beneficial or even essential to another.

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