AYURVEDA

Herbal Medicines : Prescribing herbs to restore dosha balance.

Panchkarma : Cleansing the body to purify it & detoxifie the body by removing toxins by different methods that cause sweat, bowel movement , induced vomitting ,basti(enema) & rakatmokshan(blood-leeting).

Rasayana : Using various herbs to rejunvate a person.

Yoga : Combining pranayama, movement & meditation yoga has’een shown to improve circulation & digestion & to reduce blood pressure, cholestrol level, anxiety & chronic pain.

What is Ayurveda Good for :
The goal of Ayurvedic medicine is to prevent diseases. Studies suggests that Ayurveda may be effective at reducing the risk of heart diseases for ex-one study found that Ayurveda helped reduce plaque & reverse the thikness of artery walls , atherosclerosis in both healthy adults, as well as adults at high risk for heart disease.
Combining yoga with a certain ayurvedic herbal remedy may reduce pain & disability in people with arthritis. A number of ayurvedic herbal remedies’ve been enamened through sometimes high quality studies are lacking for guggul, a traditional ayurvedic medication used to treat high cholesterol is widely used in India. It appear to block production of cholesterol in liver, lowering cholesterol leve, fenugreak seeds can lower LDL cholesterol and triglycerides (fats in blood) & raise HDL cholesterol levels. Its effects seems to come from its ability to lower the absorption of cholesterol in intestine & may be related to high fiber content of seed. It also helps to control diabetes.
Ayurvedic herbs combined with conventional medications may also be helpful for acne, chronic constipation, chronic fatigue syndrome, iritable bowel syndrome, obesity & uterine fibroids other ayurvedic herbs are being studies as treatments for Alzeihmers disease, anxiety, asthma, cancer, dysmenorhea, high B.P., Parkinson disease, premeneparsal problems and premenstrual syndrome.

Stress Management
In Ayurveda, stress equals imbalance when the body isn’t balanced, pain illness, injury, diseases & psychological & emotional problems result the theory of Ayurveda is complex, but to simplify it uses certain foods, herbs oils, colours, sounds, yoga exercises, lifestyle changes & counseling to put the body & mind into the ultimate state of health. It also has at its heart a very specific philosphy that suggests disease & even the ageing process can be nalted, even reversed through certain practicer.

Conclusion
This understanding that we are all unique individual enables Ayurveda to address not only specific health concerns but also offers explanation as to why one person responds differently than another.
We hope that yoga’ll continence with Ayurveda to enhance your health & to gain further insights into the miracle we call life.