Saturday, 18 June 2016
Are you aware about the fact that the ancient Science, Ayurveda came about in India over 5,000 years ago? And, over time, this primeval discipline has only matured in its standing, recognition, and size and is recognized worldwide and is considered and valued as a reliable alternative healthcare method.
The root origins of the word ‘Ayurveda’ is from the ancient language, Sanskrit and it is comprised of two Sanskrit words, ‘Ayur’ its connotation is ‘life’ and ‘Veda’ means, ‘learning or science’. And therefore, when combined it is essentially a ‘science of life’. In Ayurveda, the treatments and therapies are more aimed at understanding the illness, the reason why it came about and to root it out completely.
Ayurveda helps us be aware of our physical, mental and our inner self and to be able to see and combine it with the existing living conditions, our surroundings and how we react when being assessed in these conditions.
As per our early Indian writings, the Vedas, ‘ayur’ or our existence is a blend of both our physical body or in Sanskrit it is referred to as the ‘sharira’, and our intellect or our mind which is referred to as the ‘indriya’, and our psychological state which is the ‘manas’ and most importantly, our spirit which is the ‘atma’. All these workings together keep us animate and breathing, which happens to be our ‘prana’ or life.
And accepting, maintaining, and pursuing these Ayurvedic doctrines is the Ayurvedic healt resort, Ayuryogashram which is in Thrissur in Kerala. Over time, we have been regarded for the different Ayurvedic treatments and therapies we have devised and followed to help alleviate health problems and issues like back pains, spinal pain, diabetes, knee and joint pains, migraines, headaches, obesity, overweight, stress-related issues, skin problems, bronchitis and even more persistent and more serious sicknesses like Parkinson’s, spondylosis, asthma and arthritis.
We have tailored treatment procedures to help address each illness and depending on its stage, how much it has affected the person, our resident doctors then lay down a treatment procedure which primarily includes herbal concoctions, massages, and other treatment processes.
And we at Ayuryogashram are sure that at the end of it all, you will definitely notice a difference and will soon be on the road to recovery!
Saturday, 4 June 2016
|Kerala Ayurvedic Treatment Herbal|
Herbs are very potent and effectual when it comes to its incorporation in the many Ayurvedic treatments and therapies. Every herb has its specific use and gains. And Ayurvedic principles and studies have understood the importance and use of herbs. It is these very powerful herbs that have been a part of Ayurvedic guidelines from ancient times. The efficacy and usefulness of herbs is total in any medicinal preparation. As per Ayurveda’s Science of Rejuvenation, ‘Rasayanas’, herbs are indispensable to help address illnesses of any kind and its sustained use helps build immunity and keeps you energetic. Herbs prevent and avert the negative effects of free radicals and are high in antioxidants.
And in Ayuryogashram, an Ayurvedic health resort in Thrissur, Kerala follows these stipulated herbs oriented treatments and therapies. In most of the treatments, familiar herbs like Holy Basil or Tulsi, Turmeric, Brahmi, Baheda, Triphala, Ashwagandha, and Shatavari are comprehensively used.
Interestingly, in the quiet, tranquil setting of Ayuryogashram, which is one of the well-regarded and known health resorts in Kerala, there is an Herb garden wherein many herbs that are used in the in-house treatments are grown. If you choose to avail of any specific treatments or therapies, here then, you can rest assured that after the prescribed course of treatment or wellness therapies, you will leave rejuvenated and invigorated.
If you want to know of the different packages that are also tailored for as per your requirement and choice and if you want to know more about the different Ayurvedic treatments and therapies, you can write in to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also read more about us at www.ayuryogashram.com.