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Ayurvedic Treatments: All You Need to Know

What is Ayurveda

Ayurveda is an ancient knowledge cultivated by the sages of India. It has been developed from various treatises and manuscripts and has made its way to becoming one of the ancient most but modern health care techniques. ‘Ayur’ means life and ‘Veda’ means science. Thus, the term ‘Ayurveda’ means ‘science of life’. The theories and notions of Ayurveda have been practiced since the past 5000 years. It recommends methods for appropriate living and longevity. It includes instructions to maintain good health as well as dealing with illness through yoga, treatments, herbal medicines, correct diet and lifestyle changes.

List of Ayurvedic Treatments

Ayurvedic Treatment List of Diseases
Abhyangam Pain, Mental Stress, Gastric Problems, De-toxification, Immunity Problems, Weight
Shirodhara Loss, Paralysis, Skin Problems
Kashayadhara Sleep Problems, Insomnia, Stress, Hair Fall
Greeva Basti Psoriasis, eczema, scalp lesions,   hairfall
Janu Basti Neck Pain, Neck Spondolysis, Neck Arthritis
Kati Basti Knee Pain, Knee Arthritis
Spine Basti Back Pain, sciatica, lumbar spondylosis
Kizhi Spine arthritis, Spondolysis of spine,
Mukha Lepam Pain , Mental stress
Netra Tarpanam Skin Care, Skin conditions
Padabhyangam Vision problems, Eye strain, Headaches
Pizhichil Pain, Mental stress, De-toxification, Gastric problems, Paralysis
Shringara Pain, Mental stress, Immunity problems, Paralysis
Soundarya Skin care treatment
Thalapothichil Skin care treatment
Ubtan Scalp and hair care
Udvartanam Skin care, Weight loss

The Ayurvedic Treatment Philosophy

According to Ayurveda it is possible for you to live a long and healthy life through intelligent co-ordination of your body (sharira), mind (mana), senses (indriya) and soul (atma).

Ayurvedic science revolves around the five elements (panchmahabhoot) i.e. earth (prithvi), water (jal), fire (agni), air (vayu), ether (aakash) that goes into the making of the three physical energies – VataPittaKapha and the three mental energies – Satwa, Rajas and Tamas which inturn determines the constitution (prakriti). Ayurveda thus offers a unique blend of science and philosophy that balances the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual components necessary for holistic health.

Science of Ayurveda

Ayurveda is not just an Ancient Indian Medical system, but a complete guide to healthy living. It has been around for several thousands of years and has stood through the test of time. Ayurvedic physicians were doing surgeries and other complex medical procedures long back– while in modern science its  a very recent phenomenon. The vedic philosophy believes that the entire universe is one – whether it is human beings, animals, plans or non-animate objects. Hence, there is interdependence on each other. Ayurveda believes in creating hamony of the human body-mind-soul with the surrounding and nature. Hence, the focus of Ayuveda extends far beyond healing physical ailments but to mental and spiritual realms of helping a person attain the highest self realistion.

Body types as per Ayurveda

tridosha

Ayurveda believes that each individual has its own unique body constitution like the thumbprint. It is a blend of three body types that include mental, physical and emotional aspects. These are known as ‘doshas’ in Ayurvedic scriptures. These Doshas are further classified as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.

Vata represents space and air. It governs all physiological movements like breathing, talking, circulation, assimilation of food, urination, menstruation etc. People who possess this dosha have fast body movement and quick thought process. Vata dosha gives force to the other two Doshas.

Pitta represents fire and water. It is the biological energy that functions through organic acids, hormones, enzymes, and bile. Physiologically, Pitta controls aggression, joy, willpower and mental perception.

Kapha represents water and earth. An individual dominated by this dosha is ruled by emotions like love, greed, patience, forgiveness, and attachment. It is this dosha that provides the body its physical form and structure.

Ayurvedic herbs

Ayurvedic herbs are extracted from different parts of the plant – leaves, nuts, seeds, bark, roots and so on. There are thousands of such herbs and their combinations which are available as medicines. The method of processing & extraction also varies greatly – while some are extracted by boiling in water, some are used to make herbal wines and others are used directly for ingestion. Combination of herbs which are described in Ayurvedic scriptures are called “classical medicines” while those which have been formulated by pharmaceutical companies are called “proprietary medicines”. It is advisable to consult an Ayurvedic Doctor before starring any medication.

Naadi pariksha and diagnosis

Nadi Pariksha

The ‘naadi’ or pulse is given immense importance in Ayurveda. Naadi parikshais a technique of diagnosis through the pulse. The vibrating frequency of the pulse helps in ascertaining various functions of the body. It also reveals the mental and physical characteristics of people. In yogic texts, there is mention of 14 naadis which have specific functions related to different parts of the body. Stimulation of a naadi enables to influence the processes of these body parts. Naadi is said to be ‘jiva sakshi’ ie the evidence of life. The factors that contribute to naadi diagnosis are-

– Size or volume of the pulse
– Number or rapidity of the pulse
– Rhythm or regularity of the pulse

The pulse is tested in the left hand for women and the right hand for men.

Panchakarma treatments

panchakarma

Panchakarma is a powerful method of purification and treatment in Ayurveda. As the name suggests, it is a set of five therapies designed to cleanse the body of toxins. These therapies are-

Vaman: Refers to medicine induced emesis. Here, vomiting is induced which helps eliminate toxins from the tissues. It is generally used in the treatment of Kapha-dominated illnesses.

Virechanam: Refers to medicine induced purgation. It focuses on removal of toxins through evacuation of the bowels. It is applied in the treatment of pitta-dominated ailments such as herpes, jaundice, colitis etc.

Basti: Refers to medicated enema. Enema is one of the many contributions of Ayurveda to medicine and has proved to be extremely effective for a variety of medical conditions. Herbal mixtures made out of oils, ghee, milk, etc are administered into the rectum.

Nasyam: It indicates the usage of nasal drops. Administration of naturally prepared nasal drops brings relief to several types of headache, migraine, hair problems, respiratory problems, sleep disorders etc.

Raktmokshanam: This refers to blood letting through leech or cuts made through a metal instrument. It is recommended for diseases caused due to impure blood.

7 Advantages of Ayurveda

There are several advantages of Ayurveda over other available systems of medicine. We are highlighting seven such benefits below –
1. Ayurveda is the science of life – it is not meant just for curing diseases but also living a healthy life
2. It has been in existence for several thousand years and the philosophy has remain unchanged, unlike modern medicine, where the fundamental premise changes every few years or other alternate systems of medicines, which have not been around for a long period of time
3. It heals holistically and does not cure only the symptom
4. It recommends correct food habits & lifestyle as per the prakruti of a person
5. The medicines used in Ayurveda are natural and hence have minimal to no side effects
6. It is not very expensive
7. Ayurveda helps build immunity, lower stress & fight other lifestyle ailments, for which there are no solution available in many other forms of medication

Sex and Ayurveda

Being a controversial area, not much has been talked about the phenomenal contributions of Ayurveda in the fields of sex and intimacy. According to Ayurveda, sex is not restricted to reproduction but is also a route to nourishment.  If a satisfying union of two bodies is developed, it offers good health and vitality to both the partners. Ayurveda describes sexual problems and disabilities as a result of faulty Vata and has effective remedies for it. A lot of modern day medicines used for altering or maintaining the health of sex organs are Ayurvedic in origin.

Kerala Ayurveda

While the origins of Ayurveda are in the foothills of Himalayas, Kerala has remained a prominent centre for Ayurveda. Kerala houses a number of eminent Ayurvedic treatment centers which adds to the glory of God’s own country. Ayurveda in Kerala focuses on herb based treatments in contrast to metal based treatments in the northern part of the country.

Ayurvedic Remedies

While Ayurveda has several medicines which are a complex combination of herbs and other naturally occurring elements, there are several home remedies which have been prescribed in Ayurveda. The use of spices like turmeric to treat cold & cough is so prevalent in India that it is often not even thought as an Ayurveda remedy. Almost all the spices in Indian kitchens like black pepper, cinnamon, cardamom etc have benefits associated with them for some or the other ailments. Aloe Vera which is becoming extremely popular in several modern day skin care regimes, is called ghritkumari and has been an important home remedy in Ayurveda both for skin conditions & digestion.

Ayurvedic Diet

Ayurvedic diet is prescribed as per the prakruti (body constitution) and vikruti (imbalance in the body) of a person. Hence, Ayurvedic diet recommendations vary from person to person. Some examples of Ayurvedic diet are given below

Vata Prakriti:
Food to Have: Favour foods that are warm, heavy, and oily.
Food to Avoid: Cold, dry, spicy, bitter, astringent etc

Pitta Prakriti:
Food to Have: Foods that are cool, refreshing and liquid. Vegetables and fresh organic fruits.
Food to Avoid: Spicy, salty or sour foods.

Kapha Prakriti:
Food to Have: Foods that are spicy, bitter, and astringent.
Food to Avoid: Sweet, salty, and sour.

Ayurvedic Medicines

Ayurvedic Medicines in India

Ayurvedic medicines are a careful selection of herbs, plant extracts, oils, metals and minerals from natural sources. The primary goal of Ayurvedic medicine is to help people live long, healthy and balanced lives without the need for prescription drugs, complicated surgeries or suffering from painful conditions. The view is that all diseases happen due to an imbalance in the three Doshas. So, the medicines are also according to the individual dosha imbalance. They treat the problem as a whole including mental and physical issues, the person’s thoughts and beliefs and his/her lifestyle.

Ayurvedic Treatment

Treatment in Ayurveda is a healing process which aims at getting rid of the disease, preventing its future occurrence and ensuring overall well-being. With its holistic approach and natural methods, Ayurvedic treatment works towards a permanent cure. It attacks the root cause of the problem as its objective is not just restoring health but also to create balance in the body. This is achieved by balancing the doshas, elimination of toxins, strengthening the digestive system, opening up channels and rejuvenation of tissues.

Ayurvedic Doctors

An Ayurvedic doctor has to study the BAMS (Bachelors of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery) course and spend time at an Ayurvedic hospital to qualify as an Ayurvedic doctor or Vaidyas as they are popularly called. Some of the original scriptures are in Sanskrit, so students with a background in the language, can benefit by understanding the original scriptures.

5 Advantages of Ayurveda Over Modern Medicine

Modern Medicine

Ayurveda

Suppresses only the symptoms of disease Targets the root cause of disease
Prolonged use has side effects Is natural and hence gentle on the body
Drugs are costly Treatments are cost-effective
Resistance to antibiotics is causing treatment failure Is effective against pathogens that show resistance to allopathic drugs
Treatment is mainly through oral medication Treatment is holistic; includes oral medicines, therapies, diet and exercise

NuAyurveda Clinics in India

Andheri (West – 4 Bungalows)

50, Prerana Bungalow, Janakidevi School Road, Mhada, Sardar Patel Nagar, Andheri (W), Mumbai 400 053 (Tuesday closed)

9004243388

Andheri (West – Near Shoppers Stop)

1st floor, Kohli Villa-130, SV Road, Near Shoppers Stop, opp. to Raymond (Andheri West), Mumbai 400058 (Tuesday closed)

08451964004

Kandivali (East)

Aangan Row House #4, Opp.Thakur College, Thakur Village, Kandivali(E), Mumbai – 400101 (Tuesday closed)

9892455000 / 02228846611

Kandivali (West)

Ground Floor, Vishwadeep Heights K. T. Soni Marg, Mahavir Nagar Kandivali (West), Mumbai – 400067 (Tuesday closed)

8451009399 / 02228676701

Chembur

D-101 Jolly Apartments, Above Syndicate Bank, Opp. Ratna Super Market, Ghatla Road, Maitri Park, Chembur, Mumbai – 400071 (Tuesday closed)

8450916688 / 02225206688

Aundh

1st Floor – Varsha Court, Near HDFC Bank, Anand Park Aundh, Pune – 411007 (Tuesday closed)

: 9619729103

Bhandarkar Road

1st Floor – Pradyumna, Lane next to Bank of Baroda Off Bhandarkar Road, Pune – 411004 (Tuesday closed)

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Koregaon Park

1st Floor, Power Point Opp. ‘Murphies’, Above Menchie’s, Pingale Chowk, Lane 6, Koregaon Park, Pune 411001 (Tuesday closed)

: 9619521163

South Delhi Extension 2

South Extension-2, Lower Ground Floor – M-3, Behind Kotak Mahindra Bank, Next to Ritu Kumar, South Ex II, New Delhi – 110049 (Tuesday closed)

: 01149056131

Malviya Nagar (Shivalik)

B-18, 1st Floor, Next to ICICI Bank, Shivalik Main Road, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi. (Tuesday closed)

01140042937

Gurgaon

1st Floor, Unit No C-12C, Super Mart 1, DLF City Phase-IV, Gurgaon, Haryana 122002. (Tuesday closed)

: 01244236288

Ayurvedic treatment is used by approximately 80% of people in India. Recently the western countries have also started accepting the alternative or natural therapies such as Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Yoga and Meditation. Although the clinical evidence for efficacy of Ayurvedic treatments is lesser as compared to the conventional or modern medicine, many people prefer Ayurveda due to its holistic approach.

What is the basic principle of Ayurvedic Therapies?

Ayurvedic treatments are holistic in nature. This means Ayurveda considers human as a part of environment and believes that true health can be achieved through a holistic approach that targets physical, mental, and social well-being.

The success and acceptance of Ayurvedic treatments  a lies in its basic principles,

  1. The five elements: All living and non‑living things, in this universe are made up of five basic elements and therefore every substance in nature has the potential to be a medicine.
  2. The Tridosha: The Ayurveda works by concept of tridosha (Vata, Pitta, apha) which are actually the physiobiological properties.  Any imbalance caused in triDoshas can lead to disease and thus a balanced state has been considered as a basic target for therapeutics in Ayurveda.

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Ayurvedic Treatments Can Help Lead a Healthy Life

Ayurvedic treatments are a combination of different natural healing methods that have been around for over 5,000 years. These types of alternative medical treatments are not just practiced to heal medical issues but are actually encouraged to help provide all people with a longer, healthier and more balanced life. Ayurvedic treatments can consist of natural herbs and practices such as meditation and yoga. It has been proven to help relieve chronic fatigue, acne, and lower the risk of obesity.

What are Ayurvedic Treatments?

Ayurvedic treatment tends to focus on maintaining a healthy well- balanced diet as well as necessary lifestyle changes and stress relief methods to help alleviate and heal a wide number of healthy issues. Combining the use of natural herbs and remedies allows the body to regain its natural balance. It is believed by those who practice Ayurvedic that most of the diseases and suffering many individuals become vitamins of are brought about by an imbalance in three doshas; the Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. While each of these doshas are found in everyone usually one or two of them are more dominant than the others. Ayurvedic treatments are based upon a person’s doshas, which helps identify the common traits of that individual’s personality and body type.

The Doshas of Ayurvedic Treatments

Ayurvedic treatments are individual based, unlike western medicine which tries to put a one size fits all solution to any medical problem. Understanding the doshas will better help you find balance and ultimately help relieve a number of healthy issues for may be diagnosed with.

1) Vata

The doshasVata is related to the circulation, breathing, motion and mobility of your bodies functions. Those that have dominant Vita are often creative and can be energetic with smaller frames and do not gain weight easily. When these types are unbalanced they tend to be incredibly stress, fearful and unfocused. They can suffer from digestive issues, sensitive skin and can become physically cold most of the time.

 2) Pitta

The doshas Pitta relates to the energy flowing through your body. Often it is associated with the body’s metabolism, how well the body absorb nutrients, body temperature, digestion, and how much energy it disperses. Those who have dominant Pitta as their dosha will often be driven, smart, incredibly hard working and a little competitive. They tend to be muscular or at least find it easy to put on muscles and weight.  When their energy is off balance, Pitta types can become quite aggressive and short tempered.

 3) Kapha

The dosha Kapha is what controls growth in the body. It is responsible for nourishing the body, replenishing cells and maintain a healthy, strong immune system. Those who have dominant Kaphadoshas tend to be well grounded and supportive. There are often very loving and forgiving. When thrown off balance these types can become incredibly insecure, lazy and depressed.

When these doshas are all in balance you can feel rejuvenated and can lead a much healthier and happier life.

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Ayurvedic Treatments for Chronic Problems

Those who suffer from chronic pain know that with the pain comes a number of other problems as well. From difficulty sleeping to uncontrollable mood swings, it is something nearly half the population suffers from in one form or another. Ayurveda is a new alternative way that many of those who suffer from chronic pain are finding relief with. Whether it's chronic migraines, chronic back pain or everyday aches and pains, Ayurvedic treatments have been effective at help alleviate a number of severe and minor pains.

How Ayurvedic Treatments Can Help with Chronic Pain?

There are a number of factors that can contribute to chronic pain. From excessive stress to unhealthy eating habit and even suppressing emotions can all cause severe aches and pains throughout the body. Ayurvedic treatments are specially designed to help relieve the pains you feel in a natural way. While visiting a practitioner that specializes in Ayurvedic treatments will help yield better results there are some techniques you can you can practice yourself to see improvements with your chronic pain.

  1. Reduce muscles spasms, tension, and stress with systematic relaxation. Dedicate 10 minutes a day to getting into savasana or corpse pose. With your eyes closed, lie on your back on a hard and firm surface. Once you have found yourself in a relaxed position you will want to mentally scan your body if there are any discomforts adjust yourself so you are in a completely comfortable position. Then focus on your breathing, being mindful to fill your lungs, breathing through your nose and letting your tummy rise. Exhale through your nose and continue this until you notice a natural rhythm arise. You should begin to notice the muscles in your body begin to relax and tension begin to decrease this in turn cause the mind to slow down. Performing Ayurvedic treatments that focus on relaxation can help relieve tension both physical and mental.
 
  1. Ayurvedic treatments that focus on stretches and gentle movements can help alleviate a number of chronic pain symptoms. Most people who suffer from chronic pain tend to restrict their movements and this, in turn, causes toxins to build up in the body. It also leaves a number of the muscle groups stagnant and constricting which can cause even more pain. Gentle asana practices where you contract and relax the muscles in your body can have a profound impact on your pain relief.
 
  1. A number of natural ingredient and herbs are suggested to help treat chronic pain. Ayurvedic treatment will commonly include incorporate turmeric and ginger into your diet to help combat inflammation that can cause chronic pain. Valerian, chamomile hops, and passion fruit are recommended to help alleviate tension pains. Chronic pain is often caused by a combination of both inflammation and tension so incorporate these natural herbs into your diet can greatly assist in managing your chronic pain.
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Ayurvedic Treatment Tо Cure Chornic Diseases

Ayurvedic treatment іn а fеw studies, hаѕ bееn proved tо bе thе bеѕt alternative treatment fоr curing vаrіоuѕ chronic diseases, including Leucorrhoea, Psoriasis, Gout, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) аnd thе Spondylosis whісh іѕ а раrtісulаr form оf arthritis thаt targets thе vertebrae, thе connecting bone, аnd ligament structures оf thе body. In thіѕ article, wе wіll bе focusing оn thе Ayurvedic treatment fоr Spondylosis

Majority оf people аbоvе thе age оf fifty hаѕ а сеrtаіn rate оf osteo arthritic changes, but оftеn hаvе а slim chance tо develop іntо acute symptoms. However, trauma, incorrect posture оf thе body, pressure whіlе sleeping аnd excessive intake оf sour food mау result tо оr provoke а spondylitis attack. And since, оld folks mау lack thе strength tо undergo harsh аnd stressful medical treatments, Ayurvedic treatment іѕ considered оnе оf mоѕt respected alternative remedies fоr Spondylosis.

In India, people whо аrе suffering frоm Cervical Spondylosis (Spondylitis) оr ankylosing spondylitis find а cure іn thе form оf uѕіng Ayurvedic treatment herbal supplements. Thе supplements оnlу соntаіn natural ingredients whісh are:

  1. 1. Sesame oil
  2. 2. Dashmoolam (The ten roots)
  3. 3. Yava (Hordeum vulgare)
  4. 4. Bala (Sida Cordifolia)
  5. 5. Madhura Ghana
  6. 6. Bala аnd Bilwa (Aegle Marmelos, оnе оf thе ten roots)
  7. 7. Ashwagandha ( part оf Madhura gana)
  8. 8. Devadaru (Cedrus Deodora)
  9. 9. Sarala (Pinus Longifolia)
  10. 10. Madhuka
  11. 11. Manjishta (Rubia Cordifolia)
  12. 12. Ksira (Milk)

Thеѕе Ayurvedic treatment herbal supplements аlѕо соntаіnѕ оthеr ingredients thаt рrоvіdеѕ mutual effect wіth аll thе major herbs tо improved thе healing process, reduce роѕѕіblе ill-effects аnd tо balance thе formula fоr uѕе bу people оf dіffеrеnt constitution. It іѕ а proven product developed frоm thе concept оf India ayurveda thаt offers а complete solution fоr chronic problem ѕuсh аѕ thоѕе stated above. Combined wіth external massage, іt саn offer excellent relief frоm thе para-vertebral muscular spasms аnd thеrеbу alleviates thе pain. Regular uѕе оf thеѕе herbal supplements аlѕо helps іn prevention оf episodes.

Ayurvedic herbal remedies аrе аlѕо аmоng thе bеѕt alternatives fоr neck аnd bасk pain, inter-vertebral disks, myo-fascial pain аnd lack оf sensation. Constant intake оf Cervite рluѕ proper practice оf ayurveda saves уоu frоm complication involve wіth Cervical spondylosis lіkе chronic neck pain, progressive loss оf muscle function оr feeling, inability tо retain feces (fecal incontinence) оr urine (urinary incontinence) аnd loss оf bladder аnd bowel control.

Thе Ayurvedic treatment іѕ vеrу efficient whеn іt соmеѕ tо providing fast аnd lasting solution for chronic diseases.

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Ayurveda Herbs for Ayurvedic Detoxification Treatment

Ayurvedic treatment hаѕ long bееn uѕеd fоr іtѕ therapeutic аnd healing abilities. In fact, thеу аrе gaining іn popularity thrоughоut thе world аѕ mоrе аnd mоrе people аrе subscribing tо іt аnd аѕ mоrе find оut аbоut thе benefits оf thеѕе treatments. Thеrе аrе specific types оf Ayurvedic treatment wіth thе aid оf herbs thаt саn bе included іn уоur detox diet. Thеѕе Ayurvedic herbs aid іn thе detoxification process оf thе liver.

Thе liver іѕ аn important organ whеrе уоur body wastes аrе eliminated. Thеѕе body wastes thеn turn іntо bile, whісh аrе mаdе uр оf metabolic waste, dead cells, аnd оthеr toxins thаt аrе filtered оut frоm thе liver. Thе bile thеn gоеѕ іntо thе gallbladder аnd tо thе intestines, whеrе fats аrе broken down. It аlѕо bесоmеѕ а lubricating agent thаt prepares thе body fоr bowel movement.

Ayurvedic treatment саn hеlр tо jumpstart thе production оf bile. Curcumin, аn Ayurvedic herb, іѕ оnе example. It іѕ аn active compound fоr bile production. Bеіng аn antioxidant, adding  thе Ayurvedic herb іn уоur detox diet асtuаllу doubles uр thе normal production оf thе bile, thuѕ results tо а mоrе efficient bowel movement аnd excretion оf body waste. Yоu ѕhоuld expect thаt аѕ dietary toxins аrе eliminated іn а mоrе frequent manner, уоu wоuld bесоmе healthier.

Anоthеr popular Ayurvedic treatment саn bе performed wіth thе aid оf thе Triphala herb. It іѕ аlѕо uѕеd аѕ а treatment fоr gastrointestinal conditions аnd improves digestion. It increases bile excretion аnd kеерѕ cholesterol аt а normal level. It іѕ аlѕо а potent antioxidant thаt fights free radical.

Uѕіng Ayurvedic treatment fоr уоur detox diet саn prove tо bе vеrу beneficial. A thоrоugh cleansing process involving Ayurvedic herbs саn tаkе аѕ long аѕ 45 days. Durіng thе cleansing period, уоu аrе nоt advised tо fast оr skip оn уоur liquid diets аѕ thіѕ mау create аn imbalance. Also, уоu соuld hаvе tо stay clear оf foods thаt mау clog uр уоur body's waste channels. Thеѕе include frozen, baked, canned аnd processed foods. Thеѕе аrе thе types оf food thаt аrе vеrу hard tо digest.

Herbs uѕеd ѕhоuld preferably bе fresh. Thе herbs wоuld work аlѕо whеn added tо fresh foods thаt promotes digestion. Thеѕе include organic vegetables аnd fruits, soups аnd flat breads. Tо prepare fоr а detox diet thаt uѕеѕ thе herbs, уоur normal meals ѕhоuld include leafy green vegetables lіkе Brussels sprouts аnd cabbage. Light grains аrе аlѕо recommended lіkе barley, quinoa аnd small servings оf rice. Yоu аlѕо nееd tо drink plenty оf warm water tо flush оut toxins thrоugh thе process оf urination.

Thе inclusion оf thе herbs іn уоur detox diet саn mоѕt dеfіnіtеlу aid іn thе removal оf toxic waste frоm уоur body. Still, уоu require great discipline whеn adopting а detox diet. However, thе rewards іn improved health аnd mоrе energy, wіll bе wеll worth іt іf thе Ayurvedic treatment іѕ subscribe to.

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How Ayurvedic Treatment and Therapies Works

Has there been a time you discovered that you are prone to side effects from the use of any conventional medical system? Or you have not in any way benefited from any form of conventional medication. Then you should seek for some other proven medical remedy which is Ayurveda Treatment to restore your healing back to normal. Ayurvedic treatments are holistic and natural therapies that have been proven to be very effective in eradicating diseases which could be considered incurable by other systems of treatment.

Ayurvedic treatments can be linked to the native Indian culture that has been in practice throughout the world which offers a quality alternative form of medicine. While it has been influential in Western medicine, those who indulged in the use of Ayurvedic treatment as a form of medication and treatments for their sickness values it as a complimentary medication that is capable of curing sicknesses and diseases and cannot be replaced with other medicine because of its effectiveness.

Several applications of Ayurvedic healing techniques have been adopted in several countries around the world to complement an existing treatment, therapy or program to better the life of patients.

The Ayurvedic treatment is very helpful when all other medical remedies fails.

It is a very good treatment for prevention, protection and curing of any illness. In the case of any long extended cure, Ayurved treatment is the right selection as it can cure even very stubborn and perennial diseases. Ayurvedic treatment is mild, non toxic and very reliable. Its approach is multidisciplinary i.e. it not only focus on the medication, but also on the mental, emotional, social and physical state of an individual. Its aim is not only to treat the disease, but also to ensure a lifelong happy and healthy body.

The practice of Ayurvedic believes that the human body is made up of three Dochas interpretation for faults which includes; Vata, Pita and Kapha. Vata consists of air and space, While Pita is fire and water and Kapla on the other hand is earth and water. Normally, these three Dochas are in equilibrium with each other. In case of any imbalances,  or whenever any disturbance arises, Ayurvedic treatment works perfectly to bring the three back together in harmony again.

Ayurvedic treatment is what your body needs to be alive again. If you are new to this form of treatment. Be a bit patient while going through your therapy. But be assure of complete satisfaction of 100% recovery from all your diseases and ailment.

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