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Ayurvedic Medicine – A Basic Guide

Ayurveda or the science of life as some people call it is a traditional medicine and a natural healing system practiced in India since ancient times. According to many experts this is probably the oldest medical system in the world with respect to its roots going back 5 millennia to the era of the Vedas. So, it is not a surprise why so many people call it the mother of all healing. At the same time this is the most comprehensive healing system in the world that deals with the wholeness of body, mind, spirit and energy and it is also associated with the spirited view of Yoga to life and consciousness. Due to its long existence, we can freely say that this is the original system from which all modern medical systems have arisen. Ayurveda had a strong impact throughout the history in many systems of medicine starting from the traditional Chinese practices to ancient Greek healing methods. Some of these techniques are methods are used even today as a form of alternative medicine. Ayurvedic healing herbs and formulas appear in traditional Chinese medicine and there is even a form of ayurvedic acupuncture.

Ayurveda today (as a medical systems) is practiced all over India in various ayurvedic schools and hospitals. Even the World Health Organization has recognized it as a health care system. In the past few years, many ayurvedic schools were opened in India and literally hundreds of students are trying to master this discipline. Ayurveda is a holistic treatment. This is not only a medical system that treats the physical body, but includes spirituality and psychology too. It is presented as an integral part of a holistic treatment that our being views as body, mind and soul. It reflects the determination of the perception of the nature of life as the laws of karma, evolution and rebirth. Those looking for alternative health systems should definitely try Ayurveda. Although Ayurveda emphasizes the value of meditative and spiritual methods, it can be applies as a system of healing on a physical and psychological level despite some internal appearances.

Ayurveda can improve the practices of any physician, wellness service provider, acupuncturist, chiropractor, nurse, therapist, psychologist, nutritionist, massage therapist and other people involved in healing and health tasks. The unique holistic constitutional approach of Ayurveda contributes a lot in every healing and medical practice. Thanks to its unique structure, it can bridge the gap that other therapies have between them and it can be used in order to provide useful and helpful practical tips to the patient. With these tips the patient will be able to improve their own health. Without making some real changes in the diet and lifestyle, according to the natural holistic principles such as Ayruveda, many diseases and medical conditions cannot be cured. It is vital to understand that we cannot separate our personal health from the way we eat, work or think. Ayurveda provides us understanding about the energy and things that affect our everyday life so that we can use it to prevent imbalances that cause diseases and illnesses.