Ayurvedic

Ayurvedic medicine, an prehistoric Indian healing system is right in sync with one’s growing awareness of the mind-body connection and places equivalent emphasis on mind, body, and spirit and endeavors to restore the inherent harmony of the individual.

The basic perception of Ayurvedic medicine is that the body is seen as a microcosmic universe in which the five ancient elements (panchamahabhutas) – air (vayu), ether (akasha), fire (agni), earth (prithvi) and water (jala) – combine to form three humours (doshas), identified as wind (vata), choler (pitta) and phlegm (kapha). It’s alleged each dosha has its own functions and qualities in relation to the body. The balance between these doshas settle on individual constitution and disposition to disease.

Ayurvedic

Disease occurs if way of life, mental or external factors cause a discrepancy in one or more of these components. Ayurvedic medicine treats the majority of its patients using herbal mixtures, other organic substances and food that have been clinically tested and are now being scientifically authenticated. Its uniqueness lies in its treatment plan which is customized to the body type and individual imbalances among the pitta, vata, and kapha within and include exercise, dietary changes, yoga, massage, meditation, herbal sweat baths, herbal tonics, medicated enemas, and medicated inhalations.Individuals from over 108 countries have come to Dr. Pankaj Naram to be helped with their acute and chronic Health Challenges, utilizing the wisdom of his Ancient Youth Secrets.

Ayurvedic medicine gets rid the body of its stodgy toxins which attract viruses and compromise autoimmune responses and processes. Ayurvedic physicians like Dr. Pankaj Naram pay close attention to tongue, pulse, eyes, and nails in diagnosing sickness. Diagnosis is based on surveillance rather than laboratory testing. The doctor enquires the patient about his health and family histories. Additionally, he may palpate the body, or listen to the lungs, heart, and intestines with a stethoscope. He may use urine samples and the pulse to illustrate the balance or imbalance of the three doshas. Ayurvedic treatment then consists of detoxification and cleansing, palliation to balance and relax the three doshas, rejuvenation, and spiritual healing and mental hygiene.

Presently the Ayurveda medicine is well set to re-orient itself to contemporary scientific parameters. Concurrently, it is well poised for much greater, effective utilization to help the whole humanity to reach its objectives of Health. Ayurveda medicine which started as a magico-religious practice, developed into a fully matured medical science with eight branches which are similar to the modern western system of medicine.

The main part of Ayurveda Medicine is Herbal Tonics which are prepared according to the Vedic conventional standards practiced in ancient times. Being antioxidant and highly nutritious, they provide many elements which are deficient in the modern diet. In return this endorses balance on the mental, physical, and subtle levels of one’s being which will add life to one’s years as well as years to your life.

Ayurveda medicine does not believe in trying to kill viruses in the body with potent chemicals, but believes in supporting the bodies own healing energies with the proper balancing herbs and the ideal individual diet. This way the immune system will work the way nature intended it to.