Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Ayurveda – Get naturally cured...

Ayurveda is the traditional healthcare system of medicine in India. It is a Qualitative science of health, treating a patient by considering the body and mind as a whole system. The origin of this system goes long back and built upon various experimental treatments. Historical research not sure on the exact time Ayurveda came into being. Most agree that Ayurvedic classical texts were written in India between 3,500 and 5,000 years ago.
Ayurveda treats with the use of natural herbs, roots and minerals. It is said that over 5000 years ago, Nature revealed the curative and therapeutic properties of each tree, plant, herb, root and flowers. Ayurveda continued to learn the beneficial link between the vegetable, mineral and human worlds and discovered that bodily health comes from cultivating a harmonious balance of Nature's three subtle energies or doshas named, vata, pitta and kapha, which are present in all life and matter.

The doshas or energy have certain qualities or attributes which characterize their effects on the human body. The individual remains healthy as long as these elements are in a state of equilibrium. But if this equilibrium is disturbed beyond a point, the body succumbs to disease and decay. The first requirement for curing oneself and others is a clear understanding of the three doshas. The concept of Vata-Pitta-Kapha is unique to Ayurveda and it holds the potential for revolutionizing the healing systems.

According to Ayurveda, to have good health and peace of mind, we need to live with nature. Unfortunately, the modern lifestyle is not allowing us to live with nature. We always surrounded with artificial food, environment, light, and energy. We don’t find time to prepare our breakfast, prefer fast-food restaurants, eats dinner in front of television, not adding enough fruits and vegetables in our food, hence, we unknowingly invites health hazards to ourselves and getting into trouble. There is a saying that we work hard to earn money ignoring our health and spend money to take care of our health at the end. Preventing is better than cure. Let’s take a pledge to live along with nature as much as we can and live long.
Best place to get Ayurveda treatment:

Kerala, the southern state of India is the best place for getting Ayurvedic treatments and therapy massages. Also, Kerala is the very attractive tourist place in India to have a peaceful vacation. Those interested to explore more about Ayurveda and a vacation in Kerala, please visit https://www.keralatourism.org/ayurveda/

Trivandrum is the capital of Kerala state in India. It has International airport connecting important cities in the World. This city gets rainfall in the month of June and October. December through February is the coldest and March to May is the hottest. There are plenty of good hotels in Kerala, but needs to be booked in advance due to demand from International travelers. Kumarakom is another famous tourist spot in Kerala, especially backwater tourism. It is the backdrop of Vembanad Lake, largest backwater lake which is the habitat for many freshwater and sea fishes. Kumarakom has a very good climate throughout the year, Kochin is the nearest International airport which is about 75 KM by road.

Come, get naturally healed while you are in vacation...

12 comments:

Julia said...

I have read a book about this type of balance diet for the body but I get stuck on all the foreign words.
JB

Beatrice Euphemie said...

Oh, I have read about this in a book by Depak Chopra - very good way of maintaining a healthy system. Yes, we have lost our connection to nature, but the awareness is coming back with these excellent teachings. Thank you for sharing. xo Karen

Launna said...

One of the main reasons I took of the weight was I gave up processed food to maybe 10%, everything else I ate had to be prepared or cooked:) Natural is the way to go :)

My Garden Diaries said...

I so agree with this philosophy...we need to get back to nature in a major way for us and for the environment! I thoroughly enjoyed this post! Nicole

Mila said...

Lots of times the natural things help more than medication!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

It all sounds very interesting.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

It is so true that we have lost our connection to nature. I try to eat healthy but it's hard with all the processed food we have.
Thanks for stopping by and your nice comment.

Pat Hatt said...

Nature and balance is key indeed

Our Neck of the Woods said...

It is so very important to be in tune with nature and spend time outdoors. We are fortunate to live on a lot of land so we can be surrounded by nature every single day.

Christine said...

sounds good, thanks for the information.

endah murniyati said...

A good informatipn. Thanks for sharing

eileeninmd said...

It is always good to eat healthy! I wish we had more access to more organic foods.. Great post, thanks for sharing!

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