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Benefits of Ayurveda

Ayurveda is the the ancient science that exists for thousands of years, traditional nature healing system of India. It has recently seen a rise in popularity as a form of alternative medicine

as its restorative and healing powers have been recognised. Interest in the subject has spread rapidly throughout North and South America, Europe, and Australia in recent years. The number of people who are using this ancient health system in their daily lives is becoming considerable. Ayurveda looks for flaws in each individual’s dosha (humour or constitution) and seeks to balance these flaws by healing both the mind and body.

Developed more than 5000 years ago, Ayurveda, the science of life and longevity, is believed to be the oldest healing science in existence, forming the foundation of all others.
An ayurvedic therapy, known as Panchakarma (it mens five actions), completely removes toxins from the body. This method reverses the disease path from its manifestation stage, back into the blood stream, and eventually into the gastrointestinal tract - the original site of disease. It is achieved through special diets, oil massage and therapy. Ayurveda rejuvenates rebuilding the body's cells and tissues after toxins are removed.

Six stages of the development of a disease are known, including aggravation, accumulation, overflow, relocation, a buildup in a new site and manifestation into a recognizable disease. Modern equipment and diagnosis can only detect a disease during the fifth and sixth stages of illness.
Ayurvedic practitioners can recognize an illness in the making before it creates more serious imbalances in the body. Ayurveda creates balance by supplying deficient humors and reducing the ones in excess. Modern medicine is just beginning to realize the need to supply rather than to remove.

According to ayurveda each individual is a combination of the three doshas of vata, pitta and kapha or one of these doshas. The basic constitution represents the individual's psychological and physical nature, distinctly. The tridoshas governs all metabolic activities in an individual. Within each person the doshas are adjusting to countless changes in the doshas of nature, in addition to the changes within one self.

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