Ayurveda is the knowledge that indicates the appropriate and inappropriate, happy and sorrowful conditions of living, what is auspicious or inauspicious for longevity as well as the measure of life itself. (Charaka Samhita)
Ayurvedic medicines are a form of remedy to the man’s illness – a wisdom of our ancestral methods of healing. It has historical roots in India and it is not just a system of medicine but life science. It is a natural and holistic method of treatments that involves many therapies, herbal supplements and a series of principles that describes the ideal way of life a person should live. This lifestyle prescribed by Ayurveda helps us to manage the illness and stay healthy and happy. Ayurveda considers health as a wholesome well-being of a person’s physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
What is Ayurvedic medicine?
Ayurvedic medicine system is a 5000 year old traditional practice which has its roots in India. “Ayurveda”, as the word signifies, is a science of life which aims at helping people to live long healthy life. It is not just medicine but has number of disciplines such as Panchakarma (detoxification therapies), Rejuvenation therapies, massages, balancing energies, yoga, herbs, diet and meditation.
Though Indians relied on this traditional system for all ailments, Ayurveda had found a resurgence worldwide with the wide growth of alternative and complementary medicine. Ayurvedic system takes a holistic treatment method with customized plan for each individual.
Is Ayurvedic medicine effective?
Ayurveda primary aim is to instruct people on how to live without disease rather than waiting till the disease develops in our body. Ayurveda is “non-symptomatic” medicine. The diagnosis in Ayurveda doesn’t depend on the symptoms alone, it rather analyses the body, mind and spirit and finds the root cause of the disorder. It treats and detoxifies the body and helps us to achieve a balanced state. Once the underlying cause is cleared, the symptoms gradually disappear.
Recent researches stand a testimonial to the effectiveness of this age old medicine. An Ayurvedic treatment basically detoxifies your body, mind and soul through rejuvenation therapies, an ayurvedic diet and lifestyle advice along with some herbal solutions- all these would definitely find the right way to probe into your disease and heal it. For those who would love to align themselves with nature, Ayurveda is an apt beginning.
Where can I get an effective Ayurvedic medicine in Melbourne?
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Are Ayurvedic medicines safe?
Ayurvedic medicines is a collective word that indicates various processes carried out in Ayurveda – Therapies, Diet restrictions, Yoga, meditation, lifestyle changes, aroma therapy along with some herbal remedies. All these create a positive impact on the health. Natural remedies are in no way harmful to our body.
Concerns arise only due to
Improper application of therapies
Ignorance of contra-indications of a therapy or herbal remedy.
Prescriptions of unqualified therapists
It is better the patients have the complete knowledge over the therapies and its effects. It is always important to choose a right practitioner in Ayurvedic heal.
As for credibility, WHO recognizes Ayurveda as traditional system of medicine and in fact adapted its definition of health from Ayurvedic teachings.
Is Ayurvedic treatment just herbal supplements?
An Ayurvedic treatment is not just taking in the herbal combinations as supplements, it includes a holistic plan that refreshes your body, mind and soul. Every ayurvedic treatment includes detoxification and elimination. It is done through various methods like
There is no same treatment for any two patients with same disease. Each individual is different in nature and their treatments differ.
Do Ayurvedic medicines have side-effects?
Ayurvedic medicines are made from natural herbs and its extracts. It is prepared with utmost care and supervision of experts. It has a traditional system of how to collect the herbs, how to store, dry and use them.
Ensure you take the right dosage of the medicine at the right time as suggested by the reliable.
Ayurveda treats the root cause of the disease. It in fact produces many side – benefits for each of your therapy. It is also important to follow the diet restrictions and lifestyle as suggested by the Ayurvedic practitioners to get a wholesome result.
The diet restrictions, lifestyle changes and herbal remedies all should go hand in hand for desired effects. Any complication during the treatment is essentially failure to follow this regime.
Does Ayurvedic medicine take long time to heal?
The time period for heal largely depends on the intensity & nature of the disease. Some acute illness when diagnosed and treated properly can have speedy recovery. Improvements can always be felt by the patient when they follow the treatment regime properly. Ayurveda aims at curing the root of any problem. so it doesn’t suppress or act on the symptoms immediately as the conventional medicines do. So it appears as if it takes a long time for the heal. The improvement would be gradual and long lasting.
Is Ayurvedic medicine based on science?
Ayurveda believes that all disorders are caused by the imbalance in energy constitutions – Vata, Pitta and kapha in each one of us. They are present all over the body as the power of movement, transformation and lubrication manifesting as blood circulation, metabolism, digestion, hormone secretion and each movement and transformation accounts to vata and pitta doshas respectively.
Although this method of medicine is not developed in laboratory, it has many principles and methodologies that are proved effective by modern science. Just like any other science, Ayurveda too has eight branches like Internal Medicine (Kaaya Chikitsa ), Pediatrics (Baala Chikitsa), Psychology (Graha Chikitsa), Treatment of disease above the clavicle (Urdhvaanga Chikitsa ), Surgery (Shalya Chikitsa), Toxicology (Damstra Chikitsa), Rejuvenation (Jara Chikitsa), Aphrodisiac therapy (Vrsha Chikitsa).
Can we take Ayurvedic medicines on our own?
Self-learning and self-medication is highly dangerous as far as Ayurvedic practice is concerned. The dosage and proposition are key points in the herbal remedies. Apart from it, the ancient wisdom that is passed through thousands of years needs an ardent learning, understanding and experience.
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Unlike modern medicine, Ayurvedic diagnosis is based on the physical constitution (prakriti) of each individual. Each person dosha type is analysed along with the factors like nature, cause and intensity of the disease. Herbal remedies are prepared after the careful analysis of the individual history of the disease. The hygiene and purity of the medicine is maintained strictly at AYUR CLINIC. Any queries/ consultation kindly contact us.
Ayurvedic medicines are a form of remedy to the man’s illness – a wisdom of our ancestral methods of healing.
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