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The Science of Natural Healing – Ayurveda it is…

While there is an on-going controversy of Allopathy and Ayurveda but we will not get into it and straight away tell you about this ancient healing artDr. Shashikant Rahne

We all know that Ayurveda is one of the oldest form of medicine known to man. There could be others too, and the research in this area will keep going on but what is important to understand is that in such stressful times, this is one extraordinary science that is helping people heal. This ancient science stretches back to some 5,000 to 7,000 years as per the shastras and evidences, this science even the modern day and age continues to wield significant influence, both as a standalone form of medicine and as a complimentary therapy to modern medicine.

Ayurveda, the Science of Healing

A lot of my patients come to me after many unsuccessful attempts and hit and try of various other medicinal practices. Usually it is for a reason, and the reason is quite simple – they want to go for something natural with minimal side affects. Well, Ayurveda is much more than that and it is a myth when people say that natural is the best and works wonders. The science of Ayurveda is not just about natural healing, it is also about practicing holistic lifestyle. This science has many dos and donts unlike others, and when the treatment for any ailment is on, the patients are expected to practice strict discipline.

In this pandemic period, I know that a lot of people now have become skeptical of chemical-based treatments. Yes, nature to a large extent is soothing and highly effective in terms of ingredients for treatments.  Ayurvedic medicines are primarily derived from natural sources, with no artificial ingredients , and therefore, the inclination towards this form of healing is natural.

Holistic Well-being is the Mantra to a Healthier Living

Ayurveda strongly emphasizes on the overall wellness of the whole body, mind and soul. That is one of the reasons why we say that integrated approach is the base of Ayurveda. Patients are encouraged to meditate, do morning and evening yoga, take the consultation with the doctor, and follow a disciplined diet chart, as recommended by your doctor.

Ayurveda help their patients to heal from within by restoring the kind of balance that is so easily lost in today’s hectic modern world.

(Dr. Shashikant is a practicing Ayurveda doctor from Karnataka…)

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