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What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is a art of healing that dates back to the Vedic civilization whose first written relics date back to 3500 years before Christ. It is also said that Ayurveda and Yoga are as old as humanity itself . Ayurvedic medicine is the cradle of the (Tibetan) Buddhist, Chinese, Greek as well as the contemporary Western mainstream medicine. One example is that the first plastic surgery in 1816 in England was used by the British surgeon Joseph Constantine Carpue. He reconstructed a nose using a pedicled flap by using a method that was used in India thousands of years ago and was recorded in Ayurvedic texts. By providing the time Ayurveda largely been established in the daily life of the population in India. It is their life and view positively influenced and it has gotten even then often spoon-fed. For many Ayurveda today both ‘inside’ and ‘outside’ India has become a way of life. Ayurveda that has withstood the test of time is a testament to its effectiveness. Ayurveda is still gaining ground and this is of course not surprising, Ayurveda is a natural medicine that the most clean Ecological footprint leaves behind and strives for harmony between body and mind, people and environment. The Ayurvedic takes even today still an important place in the curriculum of the courses at the Medical Faculties of the Universities in India. Ayurvedic medicine is for some time now been officially recognized by the World Health Organization (World Health Organisation WHO) as a scientific medicine. It is therefore high time to create opportunities here in the West Ayurveda to teach at university level and follow. The principle in Ayurvedic doctrine assumes that diseases are caused by imbalance between body, mind, needs, desires and duty. The balance can be disturbed for example, by poor diet and / or wrong life and views. Ayurveda is therefore aimed to bring . Balance back into one’s life Even many of today’s chronic diseases where one does not know how to be treated in Ayurveda with good or improved result. Regular circuit Disease that is genetically determined by damaged genetic material according to Ayurveda have to deal with unruly act in relation to laws of physical nature in previous lives , but this is obviously something that according to Western science is difficult to prove this, can you Do not place once under a microscope.

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The main features of Ayurveda

  • Ayurveda is the Oldest Medicine known to Human Civilization.
  • Ayurveda is the true Art of Living.
  • Ayurveda improves the quality of physical, mental and spiritual awareness.
  • Ayurveda is 100% natural, so no side effects of xenobiotic chemicals.
  • Ayurveda has authentic detox programs for the detoxification of the body.
  • Ayurveda does increase resistance and disease prevention.

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