Articles on Ayurveda

Myths about Ayurvedic Treatment!!!
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Fact: Ayurvedic treatment is just not about herbs.
It also includes Ras Rasayan Bhasmas which include various precious metals (like Diamond, Gold ,Silver etc),semi precious metals (like Mercury, Copper, Iron, Zinc etc), , precious gemstones ( Ruby, Emerald, Pearl (Moti) etc), semi precious gemstones (like Varatika , Conchshell etc) which are properly purified (refined) according to the ancient methods prescribed in Ayurvedic samhita so as to increase their potency and effectivity on the body thereby also making them palatable to the body, apart from these alcohol preparation in the form of Asav , Arishtas are also used along with various salts, milk and milk products, meat ,honey, oils, ashes, minerals which together should be considered as mode of Ayurvedic treatment.

Myth: Ayurvedic Principles Are Different From Modern Science.
Fact: Ayurveda believes that a disease results from the increase or decrease in the level of 'Tridoshas', i.e.- the Vata , Pitta and Kapha . These are present throughout the body in different sites where they manifest peculiar functioning like – mobility, stamina, vitality, oxygen transport, digestion, catabolism, metabolism, development of body, sustenance of life. Any disturbance in either of these three Doshas leads to disturbance in the normal functioning of the body thereby resulting in diseased condition of the body. This is one of the best way to map the human body.

Myth: Ayurveda Is A Slow Process.
Fact: Medicines act slow or fast depending on cause of the disease. Fast improvement will occur only if the disease is diagnosed accurately and then treated appropriately along with necessary changes made in normal routine (i.e. dincharya ) , aahar ( dietetics) and vihar ( regimen, physical exercise). NO disease can be completely cured unless customized changes are made in ones lifestyle to suit the treatment process.

Myth: Anyone Can Learn and Use Ayurveda For Treatment.
Fact: Self-learning and treating may be ineffective at best or dangerous at worst. Different people have different body constitution, which is termed as 'Prakriti' in Ayurveda. Medicinal preparations prescribed to one may not be the same for another person in spite of same disease and symptoms. Thus we strictly contradict self learning and use of Ayurvedic medicines other then qualified practitioners.
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