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  What is Ayurvedic Medicine [NCCAM Backgrounder]
Ayurveda has long been the main system of health care in India, although conventional (Western) medicine is becoming more widespread there, especially in urban areas.
Ayurveda proposes that there are 107 "vital points" in the body where life energy is stored, and that these points may be massaged to improve health.
In Ayurveda, the distinction between food and medicine is not as clear as in Western medicineMedicine as practiced by holders of M.D. (medical doctor) or D.O. (doctor of osteopathy) degrees and by their allied health professionals such as physical therapists, psychologists, and registered nurses.
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  Goodhealth n You
In Ayurveda the health promoting value of the fruit is increased by preparing it in an elaborate way called ‘swaras bhavana’ which involves the repeated treatment of the dried fruit with its fresh juice up to 21 times.
Ayurveda regards the perimenopause, the time leading up to the end of the periods, as a natural transition that has to be managed to minimize discomfort.
According to Ayurveda, this lack of ability to handle daily stress is due to an imbalance, or lack of coordination of the three main mental functions of dhi (learning), dhriti (retention), and smriti (long-term memory).
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  ACS :: Ayurveda
Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine that has an integrated approach to the prevention and treatment of illness, which tries to maintain or reestablish the harmony between the mind, body, and forces of nature.
One of the primary goals of Ayurveda is to restore this balance and invigorate the body's biological and spiritual forces.
Practitioners of Ayurveda may combine dietary programs, herbal remedies, intestinal cleansing preparations, yoga, meditation, massage, breathing exercises, and visual imagery to treat their patients (see also Massage, Meditation, Imagery, and Yoga).
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Therefore, it is fair to say that Ayurveda is a system that helps maintain health in a person by using the inherent principles of nature to bring the individual back i nto equilibrium with their true self.
Ayurveda also sees that before we exist in physical form with the help of the mind and senses that we exist in a more subtle form known as the soul.
Ayurveda gives us a model to look at each individual as a unique makeup of the three doshas and to thereby design treatment protocols that specifically address a persons health challenges.
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 Ayurvedic Cures for Common Diseases   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ayurveda is, essentially, the science of healthy living; it is as much concerned with the normal as with the abnormal or pathological.
Ayurveda maintains that there is a definite relationship between illness and the metaphysical state of in individual.
Researches in traditional medicine-an epithet which Ayurveda richly deserves-have confirmed the efficacy of most of the natural substances used by the practitioners of Ayurveda: bitter gourd to revive a failing pancreas, papaya seeds to kill intestinal worms without causing harm-these are just two cases in point.
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 Herbal Remedies & Natural Supplements, Ayurveda Herbs, Natural Home Remedies and Cures
Ayurveda: The name "Ayurveda" is made up of two words, ayur and veda referring to life and knowledge respectively.
Ayurveda is based on scientific principles of diagnosis and treatment.
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 Ayurveda in India: india ayurveda,indian ayurvedic companies,india herbal products,india herbal and ayurvedic ...
Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical science, the origin of which can be traced back to the Vedas, which are the oldest available classics of the world.
Ayurveda helps us in understanding each individual at a very subtle personal level and giving a detailed description about diet, daily routine, life-style, actions and activities to be followed.
Ayurveda is a science that teaches how to live life in a true and natural balance.It teaches how to live in society and in the universe without disturbing the natural balance.
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Ayurveda derived from two sanskrit words - Ayur (life) and Veda (knowledge) is a form of indigenous medical treatment known to Sri Lanka and India for over 3000 years.
The basic concept of ayurveda and ayurvedic medical treatment is just as animal and plant life has to live in harmony with the Laws of Nature to remain healthy and balanced so too do human beings despite industrialization.
Ayurveda is a gentle method of maintaining health in a person by treating the root causes of illness in both mind and body.
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 Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy (AYUSH)
Ayurveda barely survived because of its native roots and also because the official systems of medicine could not reach everywhere particularly in widely scattered and difficult rural areas.
Ayurveda has developed a very vivid analytical description of the stages and events that take place since the causative factors commence to operate till the final manifestation of disease.
A Seminar cum Exhibition mainly of Ayurveda was arranged in Geneva on the occasion of the World Health Assembly with a view to sensitize the participants of the assembly about the infrastructure, strengths, scientific validity and basis of Ayurveda and efficacious role of Panchkarma in treatment of chronic diseases.
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  ayurveda in india, indian ayurveda, traditional medicine in india, herbal treatment in india, yoga and meditation, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Although rooted in antiquity, ayurveda is based on universal principels and is living, growing body of knowledge as useful today as it was in earlier centuries.
Ayurveda believes that disease occurs not as an arbitrary phenomenon but for definite reasons which if correctly understood could help to cure and, more importantly, prevent recurrence of the disease.
Ayurveda, with its tridosha or three humours system, is able to provide a complete understanding of the cause of health in terms of metabolic balance.
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  Ayurveda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ayurveda (Devanagari: आयुर्वेद) or ayurvedic medicine is a form of alternative medicine in use primarily in the Indian subcontinent.
Another early text of Ayurveda is the Sushruta Samhitā, which in addition to the Charaka Samhitā, served as the textual material in the ancient Universities of Takshashila and Nalanda.
Ayurveda classifies patients by body types, or prakriti, which are determined by proportions of the three doshas.
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 Ayurveda is the Science of Life. Included are the nature of life, therapuetics such as, herbal medicines, panchakarma
One important point about Ayurveda is that it sees everything created as composed of three fundamentally different kinds of matter or substance, each with unique properties or qualities, that in the context of interactions with one another modify the way the substances are experienced.
Ayurveda says that the proportion of genes that govern in a vata way, when dominant, give rise to a constitutional expression called a vata body type.
Ayurveda aims to perfect the life and its components by maintaining a healthy body and happy mind.
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 Ayurveda Home Page
Ayurveda means literally the 'science (Veda) of longevity', but because of its divine origins I have entitled this article 'Medicine of the Gods.
Ayurveda developed at about the same time as Buddhism and Hinduism and replaced earlier ideas on disease and Healing that were written down in religious texts such as the Atharva Veda.
Ayurveda is an Asian medical system which has its beginnings in the sixth century BCE and thrives even to the present-day.
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 ayurveda, Maharishi Ayurveda History
It's called ayurveda, which is Sanskrit for “science of life.” The written records of this complete system of natural health care are about 5,000 years old.
Ayurveda maintains that balance is the key to health.
For example, according to ayurveda, allergic reactions generally stem from an impairment of the body's natural ability to filter out allergens such as pollen and dust due to poor digestion and a build up of toxins within the body.
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 Ayurveda,origin of ayurveda,treatment through ayurveda.Discover ayurveda....
Of the few other treatises on Ayurveda that have survived from around the same time, the most famous are Charaka Samhita and the Sushruta Samhita which concentrate on internal medicine and surgery respectively.
Ayurveda therefore is not simply a health care system but a form of lifestyle adopted to maintain perfect balance and harmony within the human existence, from the most abstract transcendental values to the most concrete physiological expressions.
Ayurveda thus offers a unique blend of science and philosophy that balances the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual components necessary for holistic health.
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 AYURVEDA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ayurveda is defined as the Science of life where in are described as the good and the bad life, the happy and unhappy life; what is wholesome and what is unwholesome in relation to life; the measure of life; and also the life itself.
Ayurveda is an age-old system of medicine and the origins of this science are evident in Vedic literature, especially in Atharvaveda.
Ayurveda is believed to have descended from Brahma to the physicians on earth.
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 Ayurveda   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A science of eternal healing, it is compared to a vast ocean, and studying Ayurveda to swimming across.
Ayurveda is indigenous to and widely practiced in India.
Robert Svoboda, a 1980 graduate of Tilak Ayurveda College of The University of Pune, was the first Westerner ever to become a licensed Ayurvedic physician (Vaidya).
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Ayurveda translates to "knowledge of life." Based on the idea that disease is due to an imbalance or stress in the individual's consciousness, Ayurveda encourages certain lifestyle interventions and natural therapies to regain a balance between the body, mind, and the environment.
Ayurveda treatment begins with an internal purification process, followed by a special diet, herbal remedies, massage therapy, yoga, and meditation.
In India, Ayurveda is considered a form of medical care, equal to conventional Western and homeopathic medicine.
medicalcenter.osu.edu /patientcare/healthinformation/otherhealthtopics/ComplementaryAlternativeM4260/SafetyandRisks/Ayurveda   (193 words)

Ayurveda is known as the "mother of medicine" because Ayurvedic principles have influenced the development of Chinese, Arabic, Greek and Roman schools of medical thought.
Yoga is also related to ayurveda in that ayurveda shows how Yogic practices can be used on a therapeutic level for treatment of diseases and for maintaining ones health.
Ayurveda is slowly entering into the mainstream health care being adopted by medical doctors, naturopaths, chiropractors, herbalists and nutritionists.
www.indianmirror.com /ayurveda/ayurveda.html   (556 words)

 Yoga Bound Ayurveda.
Ayurveda, which literally means "the science of life", is the natural healing system used throughout India.
Ayurveda was originally known to have been first developed, and established by the great sages who developed India's original systems of meditation, and Yoga over 5,000 years ago.
Ayurveda represents a beautiful blending of the accuracy of science, and the sublimity of philosophy, poetry, and art.
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 Ayurveda   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ayurveda is one of the oldest systems of natural health care, originating in the ancient traditions of India.
One guiding principle of Ayurveda is that mind and body are connected and that the mind has a profound influence over our health and well-being.
While conventional Western medicine is still grounded in the paradigm of mind-body separation, Ayurveda holds that health is more than the absence of disease; it is a dynamic state of balance and integration of body, mind, and spirit.
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 Ayurveda Schools at SchoolsGalore.com
Ayurveda schools instruct on the foundation of principles of preventing disease, treating disorders, and bringing the body into balance.
Ayurveda schools educate students about ayurveda sciences, which are comprised of many alternative health sciences, but focus primarily on Ayurvedic techniques and practices.
There are currently no licensing requirements for Ayurveda practitioners, however a group of practitioners and instructors are in discussions to create state and national professional associations focused on licensing and certification requirements of Ayurveda practices.
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 What is Ayurveda?
Clearly, Ayurveda is as effective today as it was in ancient times, or it would not have survived thousands of years.
Ayurveda is a tradition that enriches the lives of those who discover its ancient treasures.
Ayurveda is also taught in the U.S. to health-care specialists, including growing numbers of medical doctors, and the U.S. National Institutes of Health has recently funded research about Ayurvedic protocols.
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Ayurveda is an ancient form of Indian medicine that is regaining its popularity.
Ayurveda is believed to have been taught by Lord Brahma (the Creator in the Hindu religion).
According to ayurveda, the constituents of the atom represent the Prithvi Mahabuta (earth), whereas the orbit of the electron represents the Akash Mahabuta (sky).
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 Ayurveda Awareness Center
Ayurveda comprises the entire knowledge of the highly advanced vedic culture, with the objective to preserve, promote and restore health.
Toxic substances accumulate in the tissues and eventually lead to imbalances, disease and the deterioration associated with aging.
Ayurveda has remained relevant in today's fast paced lifestyle as this wisdom understands that man is part of nature and the laws that govern nature are the very same unchanging laws that govern man.
www.ayurveda-awareness.com.au /index.htm   (166 words)

 AMFI - Ayurveda Resource Guide
Ayurveda is based on the belief that the natural state of the body is one of balance.
Ayurveda emphasizes strengthening and purifying the whole person, whereas in conventional medicine, the focus in on a set of symptoms or an isolated region of the body.
The aim of Ayurveda is to simply achieve and maintain health by reaching a state of balance or equilibrium among the three doshas, which govern all bodily functions.
www.amfoundation.org /ayurveda.htm   (2074 words)

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