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The literal meaning of Ayurveda is 'Science of Life'.

Ayurveda is the world’s oldest known medical science, originating in India over 5,000 years ago. ‘Ayur’ means life, and ‘veda’ means knowledge,so literally, it means the science of life. Ayurveda describes the natural make-up of the world and the living beings within it. It explains how each individual is a unique composition of physical and mental elements. It then specifies the practices necessary for people to keep themselves in harmony—internally and with their environment.
In many ways, Ayurveda is like an instruction manual of natural living for human beings. It provides a systematic approach to health that includes a proper diet, exercise and seasonal daily practices that lead to healthy living.

Ayurveda also provides treatments for physical and psychological ailments. These include herbal medicines, massage, oil treatments and body cleansing. The treatments are all-natural, and have no side effects. Further, because Ayurveda treats the root cause of the illness rather than the symptoms, it provides lasting effects rather than temporarily relief. All ingredients used (herbs, plants and minerals) are found in their natural habitats, and are prepared in non-polluting ways. This ensures there are no negative impacts on the environment. The Plants are used for preparing as medicines.
Now a days Ayurveda has become very popular among the tourist especially foreigners. Patients from all over the world are coming here for Ayurveda treatment.


Today’s lifestyle filled with stress and strain of this competitive world and new eating habits affects and challenges our health like never before. Our synthetic diet in place of a natural one exposes us to toxins resulting in disorders of metabolism. “Ayurveda” shows us a healthy way of life

When the digestive fire (agni) is in a balanced condition, the three doshas -vata, pitta and kapha- are in equilibrium. Waste products (malas) are produced and eliminated normally; and the mind, senses, and consciousness are working harmoniously together. When the balance of any of these systems is disturbed, the disease process begins. Basically, any aggravation of the doshas affects agni (the digestive fire) and produces toxins or ama. Other factors play a role in the formation of ama, as well. Some of these factors are poor digestion of food, improper food combinations and choices, poor drinking water, pollution, pesticides in food, emotional and physical stress or trauma, and so on. These toxins accumulate and spread throughout the body and eventually deposit themselves into the deeper tissues, organs or channels, creating dysfunction and disease.

In diseased condition, the doshas manifest their particular symptoms. These symptoms denote malfunctioning of the doshas. The purpose of treatment of all diseases is to keep the doshas in equilibrium. In Ayurveda there is three steps in treating any diseases, they are samsodhana - cleansing process, samsamana - palliative measures and nidanaparivarjana - treating the causes.

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