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Ayurveda



Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical practice that encompasses a range of treatments, including Herbal Medicine, changes in diet, meditation, massage and Yoga, to maintain or restore health.

Ayurveda belongs to the ancient Indian tradition of the Vedas meaning – knowledge or scientia in Latin. The Vedas are comprised of four major books that deal with various aspects of life namely, Rig Veda, Samaveda, Yajurveda and Atharveda. Notwithstanding, there are references of more than 60 recipes described in the Rig Veda, the oldest of the four Vedas, written about 6000 years ago, almost all scholars agree that Ayurveda is an Upa-Veda -subsidiary – of the Atharva Veda – the latest of the four Vedas. written about the 1200-900 BCE.

According to Ayurveda, every person contains some of the universe's five basic elements: earth, air, fire, water and ether (or space). The combination of these elements in each individual breaks down into three metabolic body types, or doshas. They are known as vata, pitta and kapha. The theory behind Ayurveda states that sickness is caused by an imbalance in one or more of the doshas, resulting in toxicity in the body and mind.

Ayurveda



Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical practice that encompasses a range of treatments, including Herbal Medicine, changes in diet, meditation, massage and Yoga, to maintain or restore health.

Ayurveda belongs to the ancient Indian tradition of the Vedas meaning – knowledge or scientia in Latin. The Vedas are comprised of four major books that deal with various aspects of life namely, Rig Veda, Samaveda, Yajurveda and Atharveda. Notwithstanding, there are references of more than 60 recipes described in the Rig Veda, the oldest of the four Vedas, written about 6000 years ago, almost all scholars agree that Ayurveda is an Upa-Veda -subsidiary – of the Atharva Veda – the latest of the four Vedas. written about the 1200-900 BCE.

According to Ayurveda, every person contains some of the universe's five basic elements: earth, air, fire, water and ether (or space). The combination of these elements in each individual breaks down into three metabolic body types, or doshas. They are known as vata, pitta and kapha. The theory behind Ayurveda states that sickness is caused by an imbalance in one or more of the doshas, resulting in toxicity in the body and mind.

AIMS OF AYURVEDA


Primary Aim of Ayurveda is to “Maintain the Health of the Healthy”
Secondary is to “Relieve the Diseased from Ailments”

The ultimate aim of Ayurveda is

sarve bhavantu sukhinaha, sarve santu niramayaaha;
sarve bhadraani pashyantu, maa kashchit dukhabhaak bhavet.

“May all be happy, May all be free from disabilities;
May all look to the good of others, May none suffer from sorrow.”