“The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease.”
Traced back to the Vedas, Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical science which is now being extensively researched and implemented by individuals wanting a healthy and long life.
What is an Ayurveda Cure?
Ayurveda cures root from an ancient holistic healing system that is comprehensive science or a complete way of life, and which deals with not only the treatment of a particular disease, but rejuvenates the entire being of an individual. Ayurveda is made up of two words, Ayu which means Life, and Veda, signifying knowledge of science. Thus, cures relate to the knowledge of life and its application for gaining wellbeing and longevity.
Nowadays, when we see more and more people turning to the Ayurveda cures for treatment in an attempt to rejuvenate their health and keep diseases at bay. A number of chronic ailments like osteoarthritis, constipation, rheumatoid arthritis, indigestion, etc. can be dealt with effectively and efficiently with these cures.
Also, adopting an Ayurvedic cure on the body, promotes healing, increases resistance, prevents the ageing process and bestows refreshing energy!
Need of Ayurveda Cure
This needs to be understood that generally, imbalances occur in the body mainly due to erroneous working of the internal organs. Therefore, turning to the Ayurveda cures, which is fortified with adopting an Ayurvedic way of life along with the use of enriching herbs and regular exercise, would be of great help to keep the internal organs strong, thus avoiding many diseases.
Who Can Take Ayurveda Remedies
An Ayurveda cure is recommended for anyone seeking a healthy lifestyle, the perfect balance of the internal organs and a complete revival of their self-being. The following are some diseases which can be effectively treated by incorporating these cures in your daily life.
- Patients suffering rheumatic diseases like Arthritis where the spine and joints are strained can find relief with an Ayurveda cure. They would be greatly relieved from the malady. Also, muscle flexibility, freedom in movement and reduced pain are the relieving benefits which they shall experience once cures become part of their lives.
- Ayurveda cures are also recommended for individuals who have disturbances in their nervous system. Therefore, all those who are suffering from insomnia, migraines, anxiety, tiredness, irritability, etc., can find a balance in their lives when they resort to a cure.
- Heart ailments like depression and blood pressure can be overcome with Ayurveda cures effectively.
- Skin diseases like eczema, skin allergy, acne, boils, etc. can be suitably eased out, giving way to flawless, beautiful skin when cures are implemented.
- A disturbance in the internal organs like intestinal disorders, chronic inflammation, bronchitis, inflammation of the bladder, etc. can all be calmed down when Ayurveda cures are employed as supportive therapy along with following the associated lifestyle.
Cures for Natural Wellbeing
Ayurveda cures confer with a number of herbs and herbal formulations that are nature’s bounty full of health and stamina enhancing properties. These cures which are believed to enhance the natural wellbeing, are termed as ‘Rasayanas’ and are believed to provide physical and mental fitness, vigor and vitality as well as these help to decelerate the process of aging. Also, the cures which are provided to you as herbs benefit by causing a considerable increase in the body resistance owing to the distinguished anti-infective and anti-toxic properties that these hold. Herbs like aamla, mulethi, ashwagandha, ginger, basil, harad, turmeric, brahmi and large cardamom would be greatly supportive for your immune system. Also, Ayurveda commends food stuffs like honey, cow’s milk, desi ghee, etc. and medicinal formulations like Chyavanprash and Musli paak that work as Rasayanas or natural rejuvenators. Thus, so as to enhance your natural well being, Ayurveda cures are highly supportive therapies which are essentially natural health-promoting assets that may be incorporated as part and parcel of your daily regimen.
Significance of Ayurveda Cures
In Ayurveda, an ailment takes place due to an imbalance in the doshas of the body. A cure is therefore prescribed focusing on identifying the dosha which is imbalanced and then restoring the balance. The physicians, who provide Ayurveda cures, initially determine an individual’s Dosha patterns after a thorough analysis of his/her physiological history. They examine the tongue, fingernails, the pulse, lips and eyes to rule out any hidden abnormalities, which can assist them in their diagnosis.
So as to acknowledge the significance of Ayurveda cures, it needs to be understood that the cure that the Vaidya would be providing is generally different for each individual. This is because although two people may show similar symptoms for a particular ailment, Ayurveda determines different treatment for everyone based on their own independent physiological differences. While administering cures, a separate diet, lifestyle and regime is recommended to each person individually, with an attempt to cure the disease swiftly and effectively.
Benefits of Ayurveda Remedies
- Unlike other medical sciences, Ayurveda cures are focused not only on the sick individuals but also on the healthy ones, urging them to enhance their lives further. This is mainly because once you adopt an Ayurvedic way of life and start taking cures, you can understand and maintain a balance between your doshas and gain the virtue of good health, all this by beginning a daily regime of natural diet and lifestyle.
- Cures work by uniting the physical, spiritual and physiological attributes of an individual, as cures aim at healing and restoring the natural balance in an individual.
- Also, along with emphasizing on physical purification process called Panchakarma, Ayurveda also provides herbal remedies for good mental health and purity of spiritual thoughts. In order to achieve this state of well being, doctrines believe that one must adhere to nature’s laws to balance the Doshas in the body.
About the Author
Dr Sonica Krishan is an Author, Freelance Health Writer, Editor, Ayurveda Consultant at Herboveda and Holistic Healing Coach based at Chandigarh, India. She has a Bachelors in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery and also an Advance Diploma in Naturopathy and Yoga. She has authored three natural home cure books: Herbal Healers, Home Remedies, and Healing Through Ayurveda. You may contact her at email@example.com or visit her website http://www.herboveda.co.in.
Note – Information presented in this article is solely for the purpose of imparting education on Ayurveda and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or mitigate any disease. If you have a medical condition, please consult a qualified health professional.