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 What is Ayurveda?

The word Ayurveda comes from the sanscrit `ayuh' (duration of the life) and `veda' (truth, knowledge). That is to say, the “science of the life”. Ayurveda is the traditional medicine, the natural of India and probably oldest curative system of the world. It has been having his origin in the Vedaic era, for more than 5,000 years. For that reason it has been defined as “the mother of all the treatments”. International level, it was recognized by the World-wide Organization of the Health (the WHO) in 1978 like traditional medicine.

Ayurveda, an ancient Indian natural health tradition, has emerged as one of the most important streams of alternative medicine.It has a following not only in India but all over the world.

With a proven history that goes back 5000 years,it is one of the earliest and most rigorous of scientific disciplines.AYURVEDA has a holistic approach to health that goes beyond caring for the body.

It aims at achieving a hormonious physical, mental and spritual blend with the environment.

Today, several US and Indian Universities carry out research base don the tenets of AYURVEDA. In India, many companies  to produce health care products exacting ancient and modern specifications – to deliver the goodness of AYURVEDA to masses across the globle.


To Benedit from Ayurveda , one must be aware of one’s body and how it functions.

Ayurveda regards the human body to be the cosmos in miniature form.For a healthy life, it must be ensured that a state of harmony is maintained within the cosmos.

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These five elements – known in Ayurveda as the `Panchmahabhoot’ are believed to constitute all physical creation.these principles combine in a dynamic manner to reflect their forces in human physiology.

The panchmahabhoot combine into three physical functioning capacities, known as ‘tridoshas’ – the capacity of all motion or movemente (vata), all processes of transformation (pitta), and the capacity of cohesión and growth (kapha). In the
Abscence of any these three functioning capacities or ‘doshas’, life itself World be non existent.

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In Ayurveda, each individual has a unique combination of the doshas,which determines
The physical,emocional and mental make -up of the individual.The characteristic elemental constitution of an individual is called his or her ‘prikriti, and this difiers from person to person. The dominant dosha lends its name to the individual’s prikriti.
By knowing one’s prikriti, and through meeting the needs of this unique constitution as
outlined in Ayurveda , one may achieve a stste of ideal well-being.
 Basic identification of each prakriti
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Vata (
movement and motion)

According to an ancient texto n Ayurveda, the Charak Samhita, Vata prikriti individuals have rouge,short bodies,are talkative,hasty in speech and actions, intolerant to cold and prone to having stiff joint movements.

Pitta ( process of transformation)
The pitta prikriti individuals have a delicate build, excessive disorders such as moles,freckles,etc.excessive hunger and thurst, keen mind and low levels of endurance.

Kapha (growth and cohesión)
Individuals of kapha  prikriti have a smooth and compact build, well Developer organs, low activity levels, limited diet and restrained reaction. They are strong and have longer life expectancy.

People with mixed constituitionhave a mixedset of  characterstics according to the relative proportionsof the doshas.

 The Science of life AYURVEDA
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India - a land of rich tradition and heritage,the preserve of diverse cultures and profund knowledge is also theland which has given to the World the priceless gift os Ayurveda.

A synthesis of “Ayu”meaning life, and “Veda” meaning knowledge,Ayurveda is the ancient Indian science of holistic living and natural healthcare,embodyingthe Basic principles of good health and longevity.

The principles of ayurveda predate the recorded history of India,as these are believed to have been passed over generations through “SHRUTI” - the ancient indian system of imbibing of knowledge through the spoken word.Remarkably, these principles have stood the test of time,as they were enunciated after thousands of years of observation,análisis, understanding and experience.

Ayurveda tretas the human body as a whole – does not focus on specific physical or physiological system alone. It stresses on the importante of a holistic approach to life, in the inculcation and observance of good healthy habits over short - term, `quick fix’ solutions.Thus, it is basically a science of living, not justa n alternative route of medication,albeit a highly effective one.

Internationally, these has been a surge of interest in Ayurveda,especially among the knowledgeable and aware good – living enthusiasts.As internacional reserch continuesto corroborate the efficacy of Ayurvedic formulations, more and more  people continue to Benedit from the vast riches of Ayurveda, by making it a part   of their health - concious daily life - style.


                           For health and healing

To provide maximum health benefits, Ayurvedic plants, brings a premium range of Herbal Extracts that ensure a good and healthy life – Naturally.

What is herbal extract ?



Herbal extracts are preparations that are entended to concentrate the strength of the herb.Commercially available extracts can be produced as tinctures, fluid extracts and solid extracts.
In solid extracts the solvent (i.e, alcohol) is  completely removed, leaving venid residue matter that can be dried and ground into powder to be put into capsules or tablets.

What is standarised herbal extract ?
  A standardised herbal extract is an extract which actually guarantees the potency of one or more active compounds with in the herb.

Why do we need standarised extracts ?


Standardised extracts reflect the potency of the herb with respect to the active compounds that provide the benifits most attributed to the herb.
Unless there is a consistente level of   the main active compounds, there cannot be a consistent  benefit to the end user.

Should herbs be taken with food or away from food ? What time of the day is best

  for intake of herbs?

Herbas being used for cleansing or detoxifying purposes may have better results when taken away from food, however this is not absolutely essential . It is advisaable though, to divide the dose throughout the day, when taking larger amounts of herbs for therapeutic purposes. Generally, most herbs are best when taken after meals. 

Are three problems in combinig regular prescription drugs with herbal remedies?

  Always consult to your Vaidya / Health practitioner before stopping prescription drugs or combining them with natural remedies.
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Ayurveda, a complete health care system extends beyond the physical body, to the mind and soul and its relation with the world around.

It advocates prevention over cure, believing that an understanding of the combination of the 5 natural elements – Earth,water,air,fire and space – in your body can help prevente disease.This combination of the elements called VATA-PITTA-KAPHA,or the Tridoshas isvariable.

It difieres from person to person,thus making it unique to the individual.Vata (the essence o fair and space), combines with PITTA (the essence of fire and water) and KAPHA (the essence of earth and water), to form your unique ‘Prikriti’ or health profile.

Recognizing the TRIDOSHAS and their levels in your body and lifestyle allows you to use Ayurveda to maintain your unique doshic balance and stay healthy naturally.