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Basics of Ayurveda

By  ,  Onlymyhealth editorial team
May 30, 2011
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Ayurveda has eight divisions of Ayurvedic therapeutics. These are namely Kayachikitsa (Internal medicine), Shalya (Surgery), Shalkya (Otorhinolaryngology and Opthalmology), Kaumr Bhritya (Pediatrics, Gynecology and Obstetrics) Agad tantra (Toxicology), Rasayana (Gerentorology), Vajikaran (Aphrodisiacs) and Bhoot Vidya (Psychiatry). Ayurvedic treatment aims to eliminate impurities, alleviate symptoms, enhance resistance to disease, and decrease worry and boost harmony in the patient's life. Ayurveda uses herbal remedies, diet modification, massage, and meditation for treatment of various ailments.

 

Ayurveda is a holistic, curative and preventative system of health. It has several physical and psychological benefits. It is not only treatment it is a way of life that promotes happy, healthy disease free long life. Ayurvedic methods of detoxification like panchakarma and other herbal health remedies, make the body more receptive to medicines and treatment, and hasten the healing process. The yogasanas recommended by ayurveda helps to strengthen the body and prevents the diseases from occurring and escalating.

 

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  • Rajneesh sharma 25 Jun 2011
    ayurveda,now a days,beneficial if taken as remeady not as treatment. The most of herbs if used as daily food habit with the suggestion of experts make magical impact for the human beings.Ayurveda treatments take a long time for cureing dieceases..so not acceptable in fast pace of todays life