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Ayurveda sees the life activity as experiential and endlessly interactive. The sensory experience that we have from various stimuli in our surroundings are conveyed by the sense organs to the mind and then to the consciousness. If the mind is not clear then it creates unwholesome experiences making us to eat, sleep and adopt a lifestyle that is disease causing. Clarity of mind is very important for our health and wellbeing. Ayurveda knows that wrongful choices are the first step in creating an imbalance in the body. Ayurveda is all about mindful eating, sleeping and exercising, by encouraging one to follow a daily routine and healthy meal planning. While defining health, Ayurveda says among all factors a peaceful state of mind that works in clarity is very key to health. Such a state of mind is called SATVA or SATVIK state. State of mind is seen as active (RAJAS) or passive (TAMAS). Action and energy fills the body and mind when in RAJAS, while Rest and slowness permeates the body and mind with the TAMAS. Both these states are very essential for us to live in this world, but they cannot be in excess. Excess of RAJAS causes raising of thoughts, agitation, lack of patience, disturbed sleep, anxious states and so on. When TAMAS state is reflected on to the mind the thoughts become dull, there is lack of enthusiasm, unwillingness, unhappiness, isolation, gloominess and such states. The mind being under RAJASIK or TAMASIK influence is disease provocative. Hence a balanced of RAJAS with TAMAS situates the mind in SATVA. Ayurveda recommends diet, herbs, spices, yoga, meditation and lifestyle changes that promote SATVA.
The anatomical make up of our body is done through systematic arrangement of DHATU (tissues). There are 7 Dhatus namely RASA (plasma and lymph), RAKTA (blood), MAMSA (muscle), MEDA (fat), ASTI (bone), MAJJA (Marrow) and SHUKRA (reproductive tissues). The tissues combine to form various organs and organ systems. Doshas work through the Dhatus and make bodily functions possible. When Dhatus are healthy they contribute to resistance against diseases and support longevity. Nourishment from the diet goes to support the formation and maintenance of the Dhatus.
The ability of our bodies to digest and assimilate food is known as AGNI. It governs digestion, metabolism and assimilation of nutrients. In order for the Dhatus to function healthy and resist diseases it is very important that the nutrition is supplemented. In addition proper functioning of the Doshas. From the Ayurvedic point of view it is essential for us to maintain a healthy state of Agni. When the Agni is diminished and the food is not properly broken down into nutrients it creates toxic substances known as AMA. All systemic disease such as high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, rheumatism and so on are directly or indirectly developed from AMA. Spices and herbs used are in Ayurveda have significant action on breaking down Ama. By adopting the rules of Ayurvedic healthy eating one can achieve perfect gut health and prevent diseases.
Seeds of illness start in the mind. When the mind is under the influence of Rajas or Tamas it motivates sense organs towards unwholesome objects. There after the sense organs excessively engage in those unwholesome objects and create patterns that repeat automatically. Most of the eating choices made when the mind is under the negative influence disturb the Agni. Digestive toxins formed as a byproduct of defective metabolism (Agni) provoke Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Digestive toxins (Ama) that are associated with dosha wander throughout the body and settle in different tissues and organs. Upon weakening the tissues and organs give refuge to various disease.
Ayurvedic supplements are herbal and natural. Scientific studies looking at drug herb interactions have not reveled any kind of major reactions. Even though most of the ayurvedic supplements can be incorporated with other medical modalities, we advise you to use caution and consult your primary care provider before taking Ayurvedic supplements. However Ayurvedic spices and daily routine products could be safely used. If not indicated otherwise by the attending physician, Ayurveda Medicines can generally be taken along with allopathic medicines. Moreover, Ayurveda Medicines are used as adjuvant to allopathic medicines in most of chronic and degenerative diseases.
Ayurvedic approach to health is holistic and comprehensive. It uses diet, spices, herbs, supplements, Yoga therapy, breathing techniques, ayurvedic health counseling, detox procedures, body therapies, and rejuvenation methods. A qualified Ayurvedic practitioner can determine your body type and the dosha imbalance, and recommend a program to promote health or correct an imbalance.
Ayurveda is a whole body, mind and spiritual system. The concept of disease in Ayurveda is that disease is a total affection of mind and body, the disturbance of the whole organism. Individual organs are not the cause of illness but disturbance at the inner level is the cause of illness. Management of only symptoms is not the approach of Ayurveda, rather it understands symptoms as manifestations of the overall imbalance of body and mind. Therefore Ayurveda does not believe in giving different medicines for different afflicted parts of body but rather takes a whole body approach, which will address disturbances of the whole person. More over in Ayurveda everything is individualized seeing person as a whole.
Herbs are nature’s gift of health and longevity. They do not have any side effects, when used as whole herbs. They are absorbed easily and because of their different characteristics such as tastes, potencies, qualities they influence body and mind.
We strongly believe in “giving back to the nature”. We are very responsible in sourcing our raw material. All our certified organic products are contract farmed or our suppliers procure them from organic sources. The classical products are manufactured at facilities that are specifically chosen by our experts. These facilities follow traditions of formulations that go back to several generations. Most of our manufacturers have their own herbal gardens for the supply of raw materials. We pick the best products from several companies and implement high quality control so as to ensure safety and efficacy.
Ayurveda being holistic is effective in treating diseases. Its provides individualized treatment and is conducive to socioeconomic conditions of India. With the availability of large number of formulations for any particular disease, use of food items as medicine and lifestyle awareness, Ayurveda enjoys a better place in respect of prevention and cure of the disease in comparison to western medicine system.
If not indicated otherwise by the attending physician, ayurvedic medicines can generally be taken along with allopathic medicines. Moreover, ayurvedic medicines are used as adjuvant to allopathic medicines in many chronic and degenerative diseases. As such there is no harm to consume simple herbal formulations of Ayurveda. However it is always a good practice to take medications with due consultation of the doctor.
Treatment process in Ayurveda is to correct faulty dietary and lifestyle habits. In most cases just by correcting the lifestyle all other corrections are naturally affected and based on the natural vitality of the system , health is regained. However, in people who have practiced a poor lifestyle for many years, vitality becomes weak. This necessitates assistance in the form of cleansing the body with unique detoxifying treatments. In Ayurveda, the therapies or medicines are employed to facilitate the body’s own mechanism of healing.
Accumulation of toxins over time leads to aggravation of of a medical condition making it chronic. During such situations, mere medication may not be sufficient. Panchakarma is the preferred medical treatment to address a chronic medical condition and prevent recurrence.
As Ayurveda drugs are entirely made of natural substances which are bio-compatible, they usually have no side effects. Moreover patients will not become physically and psychologically dependent on them.
Ayurveda focuses on wellness where as modern medicine focuses on illness.
We’ll get clear on your vision of wellbeing and you’ll share about your health history and any current challenges. I’ll determine your Ayurvedic birth constitution or dosha type through questioning, observation and Ayurvedic pulse analysis. You’ll leave with an understanding of your unique mind-body type and some action items to regain your balance.
Your personal wellness plan is a roadmap from your current state of health to your vision of wellbeing. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of your mind-body type and what foods & lifestyle practices are most balancing. You’ll learn routines and self-care tools to feel your best.