Ayurveda provides a holistic approach towards medication by the entire individual – mind, body and soul. Ayurveda form of medication her been in the Indian culture for over 3000 years. Right now, understanding the benefits of Ayurveda, people from the western countries have started adopting Ayurveda for their remedies.
Ayurveda focuses on Immunity
Humans are born to have proper health throughout life. Yet because of the perennial dietary indiscretions, inadequate exercise routines, lifestyle, and genetic predisposition that the digestive enzymes, metabolic co-factors, hormones that modulate the body’s inner homeostasis become sloppy. Ayurveda focuses on foods that improve immunity in a log run comprising a mix of green leafy vegetables, spices, fibre sources etc. There are tonics and supplements that are developed by Ayurveda but all of them have a herbal base. For example, Chyavanaprasam is an Ayurveda immunity booster tonic which has it’s base on Goose Berries to provide Vitamin C.
Yoga and Panchkarma for a Physical well-being
Yoga takes care of the physical and mental health. Yoga is a breathing exercise as well as a stretching exercise which shapes and tones the body muscles. Yoga improves blood circulation throughout the body strengthening your muscles and bones. Yoga is something that you must do every day to keep your body and mind fit.
Panchkarma is the best therapeutic procedure in Ayurvedic Medicine. It boosts the person’s Rejuvenation and Detoxification. It’s suggested on a seasonal basis, in addition to it if a person feels out of mind-body equilibrium or in cases of illness. Panchakarma is derived from a Sanskrit term that means “five actions” or even “five remedies”. This is a procedure used to wash out the body of toxic substances left by disease and poor nutrition. Panchkarma can be done anywhere by a physician but it’s best done in natural forests and hill stations of India where you get all the herbals and medicinal plants ready and freshly available. You can choose any of the resorts in Wayanad for your Panchkarma.
Ordinarily, the human body has the inherent ability to effectively process and eliminate these waste substances. But due to improper diet and living habits, this ability deteriorates with age. This may result in the accumulation and spread of toxins during the structure leading to disease.