Ayurvedic and Integrative Medicine Journal
Ayurveda developed in India about 3,000 years ago. It is founded on the idea that health and wellness are dependent on a delicate balance of the mind, body, and spirit.
Ayurvedic remedies have changed and evolved over the course of two millennia. Herbal medicines, specific diets, meditation, yoga, massage, laxatives, enemas, and medical oils are examples of therapies.
Ayurvedic remedies are often composed of complex plant components, minerals, and metal elements.
Ancient Ayurvedic books also taught surgical techniques such as rhinoplasty, kidney stone extraction, sutures, and foreign object extraction.
Ayurvedic treatises explain three elemental doshas, viz., vta, pitta, and Kapha, and declare that dosha balance results in health, whereas imbalance leads to disease.
Ayurvedic treatises classify medicine into eight canonical categories. Practitioners of Ayurveda have been developing various medicinal concoctions and surgical methods since at least the beginning of the common period.
Benefits of Ayurveda:-
- Weight Maintenance(Loss or gain)
- Healthy and Glowing Skin and Hair.
- Stress Reduction.
- Inflammation Reduction.
- Body Cleansing.
- Blood Pressure Control.
- Cholesterol reduction
- Reduces Illness and Disease Symptoms.