The peace of life connects to the Peace of Body, Mind, and Soul. Ayurveda is considered the art of being Yourself. The terminology - Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit language wordsAyur meaning life and Veda meaning Science or Knowledge. Ayurveda practices in India have been 3000 to 5000 years old. With the practice of Ayurveda, one becomes conscious of body, mind and becomes more energetic, relaxed, and have improved quality of life. Ayurveda aims for people to have a balance in their life by using natural therapies and changing certain lifetime patterns to heal from the inside. 21st of June every year is celebrated as International Yoga Day.Yoga is spiritual science about self-discipline, self-development, and self-spiritualization.
Benefits of Ayurvedic treatment
Ayurveda diagnoses the illness and removes the disease from the root cause of the illness. Ayurveda aims to maintain hormonal balance and obtain a healthy life, glowing skin, relieve stress, and make life better.
Apart from age-related irregularities, toxins, and an unhealthy lifestyle cause hormonal imbalance. Ayurveda treatment is a more natural approach that focuses on the adaptation of herbal remedies and changes in lifestyle. For centuries, Ayurveda treatment is observed to be beneficial for women to overcome menstrual irregularities, infrequent or no ovulation.
Healthy and Glowing Skin:
According to Ayurveda treatment, Pitta dosha is necessary to be balanced. Proteins, dairy, fruits, grains, and vegetables form a healthy diet of an individual. Veggies like lettuce, cucumber, and radish are considered to purify the blood and enhance the skin. Exercise helps to improve glowing complexion by removal of toxins, toning our joints and muscles.
Weight loss management:
Ayurvedic treatment does not promote a quick weight loss diet and treatment but it provides a more natural approach towards the body. This approach helps you stay in a healthy weight range throughout your life by shedding the excess weight of your body. The treatment focuses on following a diet and exercise like Yoga and a healthy diet. This helps your whole body and the three doshas to interconnect and maintain a proper balance in them.
Cholesterol and Blood Pressure:
Studies suggest that Ayurvedic diets and practices help to lower inflammation. The cholesterol build-up in blood vessels can be reduced with the help of Ayurvedic treatment. Ayurveda believes in following of Kapha-pacifying diet. According to Ayurveda, garlic is considered an effective remedy to reduce cholesterol.
Recovery from Illness and Injury:
Inflammation is a root cause of many diseases and Ayurveda treatment targets inflammation problems. Ayurveda eases the pain and the swelling improves the blood flow during conditions such as fibromyalgia and arthritis. The best part is the low side effect of Ayurveda. The practice of Abhyanga is rubbing the part of the body's skin in herbal and essential oils to promote blood circulation and the removal of toxins from the body.
Ayurveda says that by the practice of Yoga, healthy breathing exercises, and a healthy diet, Ayurveda has been proven to relieve stress and anxiety. The body is calmed, detoxified, and rejuvenated which proves to be beneficial for other activities.
The digestive system forms the Pitta dosh of our body, which is very necessary to be balanced. By the habit of eating healthy and nutritious food followed by Ayurveda, supplements help to strengthen the digestive system. Having the right food at right time improves the efficiency of the digestive system and reduces the build-up of toxins in the body. This helps you be energetic and balances your weight
Ayurveda treatment Offers:
Ayurveda treatment is subdivided into eight branches related to different parts of the body:-
- Kayachikitsa :-Fever, Diarrhoea, cough, and metabolism of the body
- Bala chikitsa :-Paediatrics (For small children)
- Graha chikitsa :-Demonology/ Psychology (Psychosomatic diseases)
- Urdhvanga chikitsa:- Treatment of eyes, ear, nose, head, throat, mouth, teeth
- Shalya chikitsa :-Surgical therapies
- Visha chikitsa :-Toxicology (disease by snakes, animals, etc.)
- Rasayana chikitsa :-Rejuvenation of Youthfulness
- Vajikarna chikitsa:- Progeny
What we get:
- Body immunization and longevity treatment
- Rejuvenation therapy
- Body slimming
- Herbal steam bath
- Yoga & meditation
AYUSH serves as complementary to Ayurveda. AYUSH is an acronym for Ayurveda, Naturopathy and Yoga, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy. Yoga adds benefits to the Ayurveda practices and now has become a global icon. Whereas, Ayurvedic Spa & Massage with herbal and natural oils are known to be impactful in the Ayurveda treatment. Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy complement Ayurveda in treating long-term diseases and lifestyle disorders