Ayurveda is one of the oldest traditional healing cultures from India and it is said to be 5000 years old. Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word that means “The Wisdom of Life” or “The Knowledge of Longevity” or “Study of Life”. The sages of the past, intuitively understanding the physiology and workings of the Mind-Body-Spirit combination all together very long before the advent of the current modern medical sciences. The Ayurveda science emphasizes prevention of disease, rejuvenation of our body systems, and extension of lifespan in a (W)holistic manner. Ayurveda has thus been passed down through the centuries as a complete healing system, evolving to meet the current needs of modern life. The benefits of this approach have been proven over centuries of use to maintain optimal health and wellbeing.

Ayurveda is based on the laws of nature and emphasizes on three important things:

                 – Prevention of disease,

                 – Rejuvenation of our body systems, and

                 – Extension of lifespan.

  • Ayurveda’s fundamental approach to well-being is that one must reach a unique state of balance in your whole being—Body, Mind, and Spirit.
  • Ayurveda views the world in light of three constitutional principles (‘Tridosha Theory’): Vata, Pitta, and Kaphaand these three universal energies regulate all natural processes on earth.
  • Ayurveda offers a number of ways to balance Doshas and find well-being.The key is to find balance with a (w)holistic approach—addressing all mind, body, and spirit together.
  • Ayurvedic medicine views health as much more than just the absence of disease.
  • Ayurveda attributes the etiology of all diseases to indigestion and digestion is the cornerstone of health and good digestion nourishes the body so eating the proper foods will make a big difference in wellbeing.
  • Ayurvedic life-regimens are simple, non-invasive, non-traumatic and generally do not interfere with other forms of treatment.
  • Ayurveda provides guidance for prevention of a disease by establishing and maintaining the balance of the life energies within us.
  • Prakriti is the basic constitution and it is determined at the moment of conception and relates to your genetically inherited physical and emotional qualities.
  • Ayurveda views each person as unique, with a unique mind-body constitution and a unique set of life circumstances.

All of these must be considered in determining natural healing approach for daily living. This view is coinciding with the modern science which views individuals as unique in the universe with a unique DNA and SNP (Single Nucleotide Polymorphism) variations in it. Because we each have a unique constitution, the health prescription must be unique to each one. This means in order to be healthy, need to eat certain foods that are good for body type and avoid others. In the modern science, we are named this science as Nutrigenomics. In Ayurveda, based on Prakriti / Doshas the medicine will be given and similarly in modern health care based on the genetic profile the medicine will be prescribed –Personalized Medicine. The day is not too far away to combine Dosha and Genetic Profile based Personalized Holistic Medicine.

Ayurvedic philosophy and practices link us to every aspect of ourselves and remind us that we are in union with every aspect of nature, each other, and the entire universe. Ayurveda had recognized the importance of the Ecosystem very long back in the total health. The environment is composed of doshas that interact with own doshas. Each one has all three doshas in our constitution in unique proportions and in Ayurveda seven dosha-predominant Prakritis are described. Dosha imbalances (Vikruti) can manifest as illnesses with serious complications and to address this, Ayurveda will be used to reestablish the balance of vata, pitta, and Kapha. In Ayurveda, symptoms, and diseases that could be categorized as mental thoughts or feelings are as important as symptoms and diseases of the physical body. They are due to imbalances within a person, and both are treated by restoring the natural balance mentally and physically.

Following Ayurvedic principles is not difficult and more and more individuals are moving toward nature for a healthier life. When it comes to health, there should be no wait and watch period and simple modifications in our habits can help us to enjoy our lives much more. For a more balanced, harmonious, and satisfying way of living the Ayurvedic approach is a great solution. Ayurveda offers a number of ways to balance doshas and find your wellbeing. In the present scenario, it has become really important for each one of us to maintain a good health and the key is to find balance with a (w)holistic approach

addressing mind, body, and spirit.


Siddha system is a traditional medicine originating in ancient Tamil Nadu in South India.Traditionally, it is taught that the siddhars laid the foundation for this system of medication. Siddhars were spiritual adepts who possessed the ashta siddhis, or the eight supernatural powers. Agastya is considered the first Siddha and the guru of all siddhars. The Siddha system is believed to have been handed over to him by Murugan, son of Shiva and Parvati.

Both the systems and most of the other systems emphasizing the importance of FOOD.

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