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The traditional, holistic medical practice in India is called Ayurveda. The Sanskrit words 'Ayu' and 'Veda' form the term 'Ayurveda,' which refers to "knowledge of life." It shows how to control our destiny and live a long, healthy life.
Ayurveda successfully heals diseases, meets each patient's demands, and matches India's tradition and budget. Ayurveda has a considerable advantage in treating many conditions over Western medicine due to its diversity of formulations, use of food as medicine, and focus on a healthier life.
Unless otherwise directed by a doctor, ayurvedic and allopathic drugs can be taken together. In several persistent and chronic disorders, ayurvedic medications are prescribed as adjuvants. Simple Herbal medicinal mixtures are harmless. Always contact your doctor before using drugs.
The major principle of wellness is the peace and stability of the body's Doshas, Dhatus, Malas, and Agni. Life in harmony with natural processes keeps things in check. Unhealthy habits of thought and eating disrupt equilibrium and increase disease risk.
In Sanskrit, "panchakarma" refers to five different procedures. Ancient Ayurvedic methods for cleaning the body. Ayurvedic medicine relies heavily on the practice of panchakarma. The 'Tridosha' (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) balance in the body is restored by the practice of Pancha Karma. Practising Pancha Karma helps prevent illness and alleviate existing conditions. Pancha Karma is a series of five seasonal cleansing rituals advocated by Ayurveda for improving digestion and metabolic function.
When Toxin development is connected to persistent illness, medication for it might not be sufficient. The benefits of panchakarma include both the alleviation of chronic symptoms and the prevention of further episodes.
Panchakarma is a powerful treatment. Mental, physical, and emotional changes may occur during the program. Many patients have "recovery emergencies." It is a natural element of the healing process and a milestone to optimal health.
It helps the body recover itself again. It enables the body to work better, which leads to a healthier life. When you take care of your body, you take care of your mind, and when your mind is healthy, your body is healthy. Panchakarma treatment restores Prakritis to a state of harmony, protecting the body from diseases that can develop from disruptions in this balance.
The Panchkarma therapy we provide at "Dr Divya Ayurveda" is among the most cutting-edge in the world. Dr Divyaa, a well-known Ayurveda, trains our Ayurveda therapists. Obtaining Panchkarma from the right source is essential for achieving the desired effects.
Breathing disorders like asthma and bronchitis can be treated with this method when Kapha dosha congestion is too responsible. Dosha ejection therapy includes ingesting a certain medicine. Kapha dosha excess is eliminated through therapeutic vomiting.
This treatment is employed when excess Pitta dosha has amassed in the gallbladder, liver, and small intestine. This therapy is useful for eliminating excess Vata and Pitta. Pitta-dominant conditions, including constipation, skin disorders (Charm Rog), piles (Arsh), jaundice (Kamla), and indigestion, respond well to this treatment.
In a process known as Basti, the medications included in the medicated oil, kashayam, or fluid given via the anal route are simultaneously absorbed in the intestine. It replenishes the body and calms the Vata and related doshas.
By breathing in the oil, the medicine is carried all over the brain. Tonsillitis, headaches, earaches, stuttering, toothaches, hoarseness of voice, and shoulder pain are among the conditions that can benefit from this technique, which is called Shiro-roga.
This makes the blood impure. Urticaria, rash, scabies, leucoderma, chronic itching, and hives can all be alleviated using this technique.
According to Ayurveda, our bodies have primary functioning principles that are in harmony with the natural world's elements. Doshas are the Sanskrit word for the three energies above (Kapha - Vata - Pitta). Within the context of Ayurveda, they play a key role. Ayurvedic medicine directly correlates to these three elements, known as Doshas.
Ayurveda considers you "one-of-a-kind" because no two bodies are the same. Ayurveda recognises the importance of WIND, SUN, and WATER in the constitution and the impact of VATA, PITTA, and KAPHA on body structure and performance. One or two DOSHAs injected during fetal development affect digestion, tissues, organs, immunity, sleep, and ageing. Doshas are amplified by environmental factors such as the mother's diet and lifestyle, genetic composition, and the time of year. The dominating Dosha drives our growth, improvement, and health. Diet and lifestyle can help keep our primary dosha in balance.
Janu means knee joint, while Basti means to hold or keep. Janu Vasti refers to a procedure in which medicinal oils are applied and stored in a chamber or cabin built around the knee joint / joints for a predetermined time.
People with knee problems can benefit greatly from Janu Basti. The therapy's use of medicinal oil has been shown to reduce joint pain, stiffness, and inflammation. As a bonus, toxins are flushed out, and joint suppleness is increased.
No, because they are created only from biocompatible organic ingredients, these medicines do not cause unwanted side effects. And patients won't grow emotionally or intellectually attached to them.
Well-being is the main focus as opposed to sickness in conventional medicine.
Herbs are beneficial to one's well-being and longevity. There are no adverse reactions to whole herbs. The taste, strength, and qualities of these substances immediately impact the body and the psyche.