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The word “Ayurveda” is a combination of two Sanskrit words: “Ayus” (life) and “Veda” (knowledge, science). Literally, it means “the knowledge of life”.
According to Ayurveda, life or “Ayus” is an indissoluble union of body, mind and soul. Therefore, Ayurvedic medicine treats not only physical (bodily) symptoms of diseases but it gives a comprehensive understanding of spiritual, mental and emotional health.
The traditional Ayurvedic treatment method is based on a theory that the body, mind and soul should be in a perfect balance. In other words, the balance should be kept between the human physical, spiritual and mental state.
Ayurveda is a holistic knowledge of life and human beings. This science comes from India and is more than 5,000 years old. Truths that it tells about are as up-to-date today, as they were 5,000 years ago. Ayurveda is based on unchangeable and universal principles that are elements of the law of nature of this world. Thus, Ayurveda is timeless and universal.
Ayurveda is a way of life. Not only does it heal, but essentially prevents diseases and gives a long life, good health, and vitality. The aim of practising Ayurveda is to reach balance and harmony. It is possible without pharmaceuticals and invasive procedures, only by following a balanced diet, using herbal medicine, exercising in a mild manner and receiving massage treatments. Ayurveda teaches how to eat healthy, stay healthy, attempt to day-to-day activities, what lifestyle to lead and much more. Essentially, Ayurveda teaches how to live in harmony with yourself, your environment, the nature, the world and other people without disturbing the delicate, natural balance. In the contemporary and busy world, the Ayurvedic approach towards life helps people lead a life in consonance with their natural rhythm. Therefore, Ayurveda perfectly matches our modern needs.