Ayurveda (Ayurvedic medicine) definition

Ayurveda is the oldest health diagnostic and preemptive medicinal system developed in Asia. The word Ayurveda comes from "Ayur", meaning "life" and "veda", meaning knowledge. Is the name for the Indian traditional medicine and its main objective is the unification of body-mind and spirit. it proclaims that illness is the result of the coexistence and coordination of three aspects, or "doshas".

According to this knowledge, Ayurveda awaken the internal knowledge of the body and strengthens its natural ability to heal itself. The most interesting aspect of this medicine is that it helps diagnose and combat illnesses before they appear.


Symptoms, body communication

Ayurveda defends that the illness is a natural result of the body and the logical end of life in harmony with its surroundings.Therefore, in Ayurvedic medicine, illnesses are considered the natural way our bodies communicate their lack of harmony.


Ayurvedic point of view

Ayurvedic healing procedures are based on reestablishing the harmony between the I and its surrounding. European medicine is catching up to this concepts since it gives a customized and efficient treatment to each patient. Once the body has reached its natural equilibrium, the necessities of our systems to communicate this lack of harmony are reduced and healing occurs. 

We consider that each person and their illnesses express themselves as one identity. Since there are no two identical people, the same applies to no identical illness. Therefore Ayurvedic medicine never tries to heal and illness, but it tries to heal the individual instead.

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