Frequently Asked Questions?
Frequently asked questions related to Ayurveda and our Online ayurvedic doctor consultation service.
No, Ayurveda is a well-defined and an elaborately holistic science developed in India about more than 5000 years ago. It has been noted in the ancient texts that these principles were the results of thorough experiments done by a whole lot of people over a long period of time.. Unfortunately, as the times moved on, proper updation and the research works were not done. Also considering the depth of researches to be done, it was practically difficult to revalidate it in olden times. But in modern times, with technical advancement, it has become comparatively less difficult, which has initiated many attempts for research and revalidation of this 5000 year old science of life which in time will bear fruitful results that will unveil the true potential of this science.
Ayurveda has categorised all the functional aspects of the body and mind under Shareerika and Manasika doshas respectively.
The Shareerika Doshas are Vata, Pitta, Kapha and Manasika doshas are Sattva, Rajas and Tamas. Anything that involves movement or initiation is categorised under Vata.
All the Metabolic activities comes under Pitta. And all the things that covers, coats or fills comes under Kapha.
Similarly in Manasika doshas Satva refers to enlightenment, Rajas refers to the actions and activities of the mind whereas Tamas is the one opposite to Rajas which reduces the activities of the mind.
Satva is said to be Manasika guna, but Rajas and Tamas are considered as Manasika Doshas
The different constitution of the human body has been explained under Prakruthi. They are also categorised on the basis of predominance of Doshas (single dosha, combination of two doshas or all the three doshas together).
Based on Manasika Doshas Manasika Prakruthis are also explained. The Prakruthi plays an important role in the manifestation of disease and planning of treatment.
There is a common misconception that Ayurveda is mere Massage. On the contrary, Ayurveda is an elaborate Science with wide varieties of internal and external therapies, that is administered by an Ayurvedic practitioner after evaluation of different aspects of the Individual and his condition.
Yoga and Ayurveda are two different Sciences with different perspective on life, they are not the same. Ayurveda is a Science of life that helps us to attain all the aspects of a life mainly Dharma (Your responsibility), Artha (Money), Kama (Desire) and Moksha (Salvation) whereas Yoga is a Science that emphasizes on different ways to attain Moksha.
Ayurveda treats a disease by maintaining the equilibrium of doshas in the body. When a dosha is aggravated and a disease is produced, there are therapies that eliminates the excess doshas from the body that cures the disease. If those excess doshas are considered as toxins then the treatment can be considered as detoxification. But in Ayurveda there conditions where, when a dosha is reduced treatment procedures are aimed at increasing the dosha to gain back the equilibrium which cannot be considered as ‘toxification’.
No, Ayurveda has well explained the type of diseases based on prognosis as easily curable , curable with difficulty, manageable and incurable. Even if the disease is curable, it requires the patient’s full co-operation, discipline, patience, and trust for the maximum result.
The word Pathya and Apathya refers to Do’s and Dont’s, the Pathya is not for the medicine but for the disease. Apathya are usually precipitating factors of the disease and Pathya are factors that reduces the disease.
Similarly, Ayurvedic medicine mostly comes with Anupana or Sahapana which means an after drink.It enhances the effect of medicine by acting as a catalyst.
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