Ayurveda is an all-encompassing philosophy and science of life. A state of equilibrium is achieved by living a life that is balanced and in harmony, with the elements found in nature – ether, air, fire, water, and earth.
Ayurveda is aimed at preservation of health and prevention of disease, by establishing harmony and balance in the body. Adhering to genuine practices of Ayurveda, we aim at providing the right consutancy and upchar based on patients’ unique constitution, condition and environment.
Ayurveda is based on natural sciences and natural products. Like there is enormous use of the herbs and home remedies, parts of trees, leaves, plants, natural by-products like honey, gum raisins etc. Ayurveda does not believe in changing and replacing organs and rather works on creating overall wellness of complete body system as physical, psychological, economical as well as social entity. Working on the root cause of the disease, it might take longer time to combat the signs and symptom of the disease and yet it completely and holistically cures the disease from its roots.
Other than managing and treating the symptoms, Ayurveda believes in curing the disease with meticulous healing approach. While Ayurveda takes the body as a whole and complete, the physician would identify all systems of body concurrently. For example, the Vaidya or the Ayurveda physician who is taking care of your heart condition would also be equally aware and concerned about how your sleep pattern is or are you able to maintain a good digestion.
Ayurvedic medicines are endorsed taking into consideration your basic prakruti of the body or the innate mind-body configuration. Also, the state of vikruti or the dosha imbalance would be carefully acknowledged. This may include pulse diagnosis as one of the prime diagnostic aids in Ayurveda, prior to medicine recommendation.
Ayurveda being a natural system of healing, any side effects that could be experienced are nominal or negligible. This is because the Ayurveda treatment deals with preparations mainly from herbs and natural resources. It is therefore regarded as a non-detrimental mode of treatment with few or no side effects.