Features of Ayurveda Treatment
Ayurveda is a system of healing mentioned in the Atharva Veda and believed to have cured of several ailments through herbs and trees available in nature. The objective of Ayurveda is to achieve the harmony of body, mind and soul. Apparently, the scope of Ayurveda is not confined to mere healing, but subsumes a complete well being of the human body through methods that boosts the immune system of the body so that it can fight against the factors that produce diseases. All these methods and precious knowledge of medicinal herbs and plant are based on extensive researches by saints documented in Atharva Veda. The treatments mentioned in Ayurveda are all natural and through rare herbs and plants found in the toughest terrains. Kerala is one such place where the influence of Ayurveda can be felt clearly. It has a congenial climate for healing and the tropical weather with abundant rain and sunshine is ideal for the growth of herbs and plants used in Ayurvedic healing.
• The healing through Ayurveda is relatively slow but has a long lasting effect.
• The treatment through Ayurveda is free of any side effects.
• Herbal and natural treatment methods to build up the body’s immune system
Healing practices and treatments in Ayurveda
Ayurveda is based on a simple philosophy that there must be harmony established between body, mind and soul. People get sick only when this harmony is disrupted, which in turn is caused by various factors. Anything that affects your physical, mental and spiritual well-being tends to put you out of sync with the universe and cause ailments. The causes for this disruption may be genetic defects, climatic changes, age, injuries and emotional turbulence. The concept of Ayurveda suggests that there are three life forces that drive every individual which are actually a combination of two of the five elements that constitute the human body. These elements are space, air, water, fire and earth. The Ayurvedic treatment depends on your primary life force or the primary dosha and the balance existing between the three of them.
The main goal that these Ayurvedic medicines are created to achieve is the cleansing of your body through the removal of the undigested food, which when sticks to the parts of your alimentary makes you sick. The name given to this cleansing process is Panchakarma. Panchkarma cleanses the body and restore the harmony between the body, mind and soul.
Panchakarma healing may include:
• Purification of blood either by removing blood from the body or through special herbs.
• Massages of particular areas of body
• Administration of medical oils through the nose
• Vomiting to expel out the undigested food
• Enemas, laxatives and purgatives clean your intestines.
• Breathing exercises called Pranayama
• Changes in diet and having food with less spice and salt
• Incorporation of herbs, minerals, rare metals and vitamins in diet
• Use of plant-based oils and spices
• Changes in lifestyle and include walks, exercise in daily routine
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