Ayurveda is the Science of Life
Ayurveda is the "science of life", developed in India over the last 5000 years by ayurvedic
practitioners, seers and natural scientist. The principles mandate a preventative
approach to health through the use of integrative medicine and lifestyle. Mental and
physical health are irrevocably intertwined and balance between them must be achieved to have
harmony in health.
A healthy person is capable of dealing with exposure to viruses, bacteria, carcinogens, allergens
with limited affect on thier overall health. A person with a weakened immune system and poor
diet may succumb to colds, influenza, cancer, diabetes, stress disorders, migraine headaches
and other chronic diseases.
Using natural therapies, intelligently regulated Ayurvedic diet, meditative techniques,
yoga, and many other practices to achive health and harmony. Each person is unique, and must
follow their own path to understanding how Ayurveda may help them to gain a higher quality of
life using Ayurvedic science to improve their health.
East meets West
This will introduce you to the scope of Ayurveda, Indian philosophy and how to
chose products that effect natural cures. Ayurvedic medicine is moving into the
mainstream medical community being championed by many prominent Ayurvedic leaders such as
Introduces you to the concept of Tri-Dosha with the components of Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Explains
how an Ayurveda dosha test can help determine your personal dosha. Gives guidence on diet
to maintain a dosha balance. Addresses obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, anti-aging,
rejuvenation, wieght loss, body detox and more.
This topic covers pregnancy, breast feeding, motherhood,
menopause premenstrual syndrome and irregular menstruation to name just a few issues facing women.
Herbal supplements can help manage your changing body from puberty to menopause
and beyond. Ayurvedic medicine and herbs have show their ability to slow the aging process.
In this section we dicuss Ayurvedic remedies for stress management,
back ache, hair loss, erectile dysfunction, weight loss, joint pain other male related disorders.
We will also make suggestions for exercise programs.
For those that adopt this lifestyle, many new avenues to treat
chronic diseases are available. Ayurvedic remedies can contribute much to living with or curing
Chronic fatique syndrome, fibromyalgia, diabetes, parkinsons disease, asthma and multiple
sclerosis to name a few.
In the world we live in today, many influences strive to pull us away from the healthly
life we could lead, to a life full of stress, diesease, and general poor health. As any
journey begins with the first step, read these pages with the idea that your journey to
better health, and a more content life has already begun. This introduction is
fairly simple and will hopefully serve as a gate way to better health for you.