Ayurvedic medicine has been well known in India and in all other parts of Asia and even in the United States of its unique and natural healing procedures. Ayurveda has developed a lot of techniques over the past years that only make it more and more effective in treating different kind of diseases globally. Since Ayurveda concentrates more on producing and promoting the benefits of natural products through various types of herbal supplements, most patients are using it as a complementary medicine.
There have been too many herbal supplements out in the market today because more people have opened their eyes on the level of effectiveness they could get from medicinal plants and other herbs. Herbal supplements brought by Ayurvedic medicine consider the whole body system and not just a particular disorder unlike other supplements. You will notice the difference of Ayurvedic medicine once you consult a health practitioner. Upon consultation, they would first determine your body’s constitution which is also called “prakriti’. Prakriti is something that has a relation on the characteristics of the human body that are stable like the natural color of the eye. There are certain questions being asked by the health practitioner that would determine your prakriti. It is important that you honestly answer those questions for accurate results.
After they have determined your prakriti, they will then determine the imbalances of doshas which consists of air (Vata), fire (Pitta), and earth (Kapha). The science of Ayurveda states that each person has three doshas in different percentage. It is because the balance in the body doesn’t only takes place physically but also mentally, and psychologically. Doshas are like metabolic factors in the body. The main reason that Ayurvedic medicine needs to determine the level or proportions of each doshas in the body is to know the things that need to be done to balance it through the right supplements, food intake, lifestyle, and exercise. Then, after the causes were determined, it’s time to take the necessary herbal supplements and Ayurvedic medicine to treat the causes and the disorder and eventually balance the body’s doshas.
Then, the last step for Ayurvedic medicine healing is maintenance where in proper diet and exercises are implemented in order to maintain the balance of doshas and have a healthy living. Ayurvedic healing is a complete treatment for the body, mind, and soul. If you are feeling any discomforts or any kind of disorders, why not try Ayurvedic treatments and other forms of Ayurvedic medicine?