WHAT IS AYURVEDA
Since 600 B.C.,ayurved emerged india as the natural way of healing .Today ayurved had envoled into a sintefic system of hostilic healing i.e.has gained.</font color>
<font color>ayurveda originated in india long back ago in pre-vedic period.I.e.5000 years B.C. in ayurved thereare 2 vedas they are rigveda & athara-veda,the earliest document in india knowledge have reference of health & diseases. ayurved text like charak samitha & sushurta samita were documented about 1000 years B.C.The term ayurveda means ' science of life '.It deats elaboratory with measures for heathful living during the entire span of life. Ayurveda becomes one of the oldest systems of health care dealing with both the preventive & curlatives aspects of life in a most comprehensive way. </font color>
EXTRA ABOUT AYURVEDA
Ayurveda is an ancient medical science which teaches us how to be healthy and to lead a long and fruitful life. Hundreds of diseases are very well explained along with causes, symptoms and remedies on lines of dosha theory in Ayurveda.Diet and lifestyle modifications mentioned in Ayurveda for each disease play an important role in bringing the diseases and conditions under control .
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda means "the science of life". Ayurveda represents a system of healing that has been perfected over more than five thousands years. It is India's ancient health care system based on herbs and diet.
Ayurveda sees health and disease in holistic terms. It links the microcosm of the individual with the cosmos. It takes into account the relationship between energy and matter. This system of healing believes in treatment of not just the part affected by disease but the individual as a whole. It emphasizes on the harmony of mind, spirit and body to cure diseases. Moreover, the stress is on prevention rather than cure.
What can Ayurveda cure?
Ayurveda aims to improve the overall wellbeing. This form of alternative healing is considered effective in curing a number of diseases, even chronic in nature. Ayurveda Medicines cure a variety of ailments like hyper-acidity, asthma, constipation, diabetes gastritis, hypertension, female disorders, heart burns, liver ailments and cholesterol problems.
What about Side Effects?
Ayurveda offers a multitude of advantages with absolutely no side effects. Allopathic treatment involves the use of drugs that add toxins to the body. The body may be unable to eliminate / cope with these, leading to side effects. Based on nature cure, Ayurveda cleanses the body, enhancing its power to cure itself and its ability to defend against germs.
CHANGING TIMES OF AYURVEDA
The Early Beginning
During its early period, it was perhaps the only system of overall healthcare and medicine which served well the people in such crucial areas as health, sickness, life and death. It enjoyed the unquestioned patronage and support of the people and their rulers. This situation promoted maximally the growth of this system. Practically all the systematic ground work of laying down its basic concepts, principles and medicaments took place during this period of Indian history.
(a)The Medieval Period
Then followed a long period of medieval history marked by unsettled political conditions and several invasions from outside the country when Ayurveda faced utter neglect. Its growth was stunted, its teaching and training were stopped from being spread and its monopoly in practice or utilization was eroded greatly by the officially supported systems. Ayurveda barely survived because of its native roots and also because the official systems of medicine could not reach everywhere particularly in widely scattered and difficult rural areas.
The Present Era
The political situation of the country was destined to change in favour of freedom from foreign rule. With the awakening of nationalism and movement for freedom the Indian cultural values and way of life (including health care and sickness cure systems) surfaced again. The patriotic zeal of the people, their leaders and benevolence of the rulers of princely States initiated the revival of Ayurvedic system of medicine even before the country got its freedom. In 1916, the Members of Imperial Legislative Councils pressed the Government to accept this ancient and indigenous system of Ayurveda for developing it on scientific basis and for increasing its usefulness. In 1920, the Indian National Congress demanded Government patronage for Ayurveda and Provincial Governments began to grant assistance. The State and Central Governments appointed several committees to suggest ways and means of rehabilitating
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<fontcolor=red>In this project we refer to the ayurveda's importance, how to treat disese, information of medicines, method how to use some common medicinefor cold or by medicinal plant. </font color>