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About Ayurveda

Ayurveda is the chief among the four Upavedas, or subordinate Vedas. The principles of Ayurveda are immortal. Ayurveda comes from two Sanskrit words - ayu, meaning “life”, and Veda, meaning “knowledge”. Thus, Ayurveda means “knowledge of life.”

 

The two objectives of Ayurveda

  • To prolong life and promote perfect health (add years to life and life to years)
  • To completely eradicate disease and dysfunction from the body.

 

Ayurveda described eight branches

  • General Medicine
  • Surgery
  • E.N.T. Disease & Treatment
  • Toxicology
  • Bacteriology
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Pediatrics
  • Geriatric medicine

 

Life is a combination of

  • Body (SHARIRA)
    • 3 Doshas: - VATA, PITTA & KAPHA
    • 7 Dhatus: - RAS, RAKTA, MAMSA, MEDA, ASTHI, MAJJA, SHUKRA
    • 3 Malas: - MUTRA, VISHTA, SWED
  • Senses (INDRIYA)
    • 5 Organs of Senses (GYANENDRIYAS) - Ears, Skin, Eyes, Tongue, Nose
    • 5 Organs of Action (KARMENDRIYAS) - Speech, Hand, Legs, Excretory organs,
    • Reproductive organs
  • Mind (MAN)
  • Consciousness - (ATMA)

The integrated functioning of these four results in a perfect life. Ayurveda takes the individual as a whole and re-establishes harmony between all the constituents of life. Life established in perfect balance means perfect health. The overall purpose of Ayurveda is to develop the highest states of consciousness.

PRAKRUTI / PRAKRTI / PRAKRITI (Constitution)

  • According to Ayurveda there are 7 constitutions. Means whole human race can be divided in to seven constitutions.
  • Constitution of any individual is inherited when he/she was in the womb of mother.
  • Constitution is formed by the predominant vital habit formed at the time of fertilization of ovum by the sperm
  • Following are the few important factors in deciding constitution of an individual.
    • Predominance of Dosha in the womb of mother at the time of pregnancy
    • Environment
    • Climate
    • Food habits of mother
    • Mental and emotional condition of mother
  • Constitution is genotypic condition that can not be altered. Constitution remain same for life time.
  • Constitution is very important in determining individual's health & disease condition

PANCHAMAHABHUTA (Proto-Elements)

  • Whole universe (Including ourselves) is made with five Proto-Elements
    • PRUTHVI (Earth)
    • JALA (Water)
    • AGNI (Fire)
    • AAKASH (Space)
    • VAYU (Air)

Subjects cover by Ayurveda:

  • That which is beneficial or damaging to society
  • That which is beneficial or damaging to the individual
  • That which prolongs life.

The three goals of Life are:

  • The three goals of life are:
    • A long and healthy life
    • Wealth and success in society
    • Enlightenment
  • Fulfillment of these three goals results in happiness.
  • Ayurveda deals with etiological factors, the signs and symptoms of disease and the management of both health and diseases.
  • The definition of the concept of health in Ayurveda is holistic. “Swastha” (health) means to be “established in the Self,” that is in the self-referral activity of the unified field of all the laws of nature.

Ayurvedic Definition of healthy individual:

    • The Ayurvedic definition of a healthy individual is:
    • Samadoshah, samagnish cha, samadhatu mala kriyah, prasannatmendriyamanah, svastha ityabhidyiyate.
    • “He whose doshas are in balance, whose appetite is good, whose bodily tissues are functioning normally, whose excretory functions are in balance, and whose self, mind and senses remain full of bliss, he is called a healthy person.”
    • Sushruta Sutrasthanam 15,41