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Ayurvedic medicine is a traditional medicine practiced in India for thousands of years. In some places, it is considered as a complementary or alternative medicine that utilises massage, diet, exercise and other techniques to fight illness by restoring the balance of the spirit, body and mind. Ayurvedic therapeutical procedures directly approaches root cause of illness as other therapies work only on symptom, Ayurvedic way of treatment removes the cause, so the illness cannot be evoked easily. Recurrence or persistence of a medical condition effects not only on immunity but on will power as well. Ayurveda gives strength to body and mind so the people can fight from illness and become able to get a good health

History Of Ayurveda

Ayurveda has a time-honored history of hundrads of years. Meaning of 'Ayurveda' is 'knowledge or science of life'. Ayurveda evolved in India. It is called ‘ayurveda’ because it tells us (vedayati) which substances,qualities, and actions are life enhancing and (aursuya) which are not. The Indian system of medicine, Ayurveda, was evolved as a system with a rational and logical foundation. The legendary version of the origin of the Ayurvedic system is that Lord Brahma reminded it to Prajapati, who handed it down to Atreya Punarvasu etc. In the Rig Veda there are reference to the first divine physician Rudra and of how the Aswini Kumaras cured Chyavana of senility. There are number of Riks addressed to Marut, Vayu etc, in which the reference to medicine is unmistakable. Although such references are found in the Rig Veda, as systematic and comprehensive treatment of medicine is to be found only in the Atharva Veda. The Atharva Veda is considered to have originated later than the Rig Veda, and contains a description of diseases and the cure of them.


Ayurveda is based on the principles of three doshas. Doshas are the energies that make up every individual, which perform different physiological functions in the body: Most of us have one or two doshas which are most lively in our nature, with the remaining one(s) less significant. The three doshas are known as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. Aggravation of the doshas can affect the digestion and can create toxins, from poorly digested food.
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