Basic Concept of Ayurveda
Ayurveda is a medicinal science that deals with the life cycle of human being and the awareness of his life on the earth and the reason for their existence on earth.
The concept of Ayurveda can as a whole be defined as the balance between three aspects of our body like our nervous system, the balancing of bile in our body which leads to digestion. And the balance of mucous, a lubrication which carries the nutrients present in the body to the arterial system.
These aspects are named as Vatta, pitta and kapha.
Ayurveda is believed to have come into existence from the era when universe came into existence.
During the period of time when Lord Brahma instigated with the work of creating universe he had also recollected the teachings of Ayurveda. His knowledge of Ayurveda was than distributed amongst many other Gods and later to Lord Indra the God itself. And it is believed that at the time when diseases and illness began to trouble the humankind on earth and when People had started losing hope of having a secured and healthy life the bunch of lords assembled in the Himalayan mountains to seek the knowledge ayurveda from lord Indra. This is how Ayurveda is believed to have come into existence.
At large ayurveda is believed to be the source of living a healthy and happy life, right from the birth, gradual aging and till the end of human life. It is also termed as integrity between the soul and body of a human being.
Ayurveda not only provides medicines that cures illness but also provides dietary guidance that leads to healthy life and leads to the consumption of vitamins, calcium’s and minerals that are necessary for human body from our natural resources like vegetable, salads and fruits and hence gaining a good health in a natural way.
Importance of Ayurveda
Ayurveda is the oldest and the holistic way of curing various kinds of diseases from the ancient times and it is believed to be a 5000 year old concept.
The significance of Ayurveda has increased over a period of time as the practitioners of Ayurveda have become professional practitioners and much trusted from the beginning of 20th century and more and more people have started believing in the science of ayurveda.
Ayurveda is now a statutory, recognised medical system of health care like other medical systems existing in India.
There are an increased number institutions set up for the purpose of teachin Ayurveda along with providing a doctorate certificates in Ayurveda.
The practice of Ayurveda has gained momentum on an International level over a period of time and has also gained same significance just as any other medical prctices.
As an evidence there is an institute for Ayurveda in United States namely national institute of Ayurvedic medicines which proves the fact that Ayurveda have been recognized and practiced Globally.
The dietary and massging in ayurvedic form is practiced in a large scale in the western countries of the globe.
Benefits of Ayurveda
There are a numerous number of benefits of ayurveda and the below mentioned are the few amongst the many benefits in Ayurveda:
- The pace of aging process is reduced due to the introduction of Ayurveda.
- There are many remedies to overcome the feeling of stress and fatigue.
- It helps the healthy functioning of our five sensory organs along with other vital organs of the body.
- There are many remedies in Ayurveda to overcome the disorder of the nervous system.
Other vital benefits of Ayurveda :The human actions and reactions at the time of adverse or happy situations are well understood by Ayurveda and hence it helps to overcome these disorders and helps an individual to become a better human being.
Physical workouts are carried out by many in the way of gym, yoga, swimming, cycling, jogging and more. But ayurveda provides you with a broader vision to the fact that which kind of physical work out would be suited best to a particular body and hence resulting into a better outcome.