The main intention of ayurveda therapies is to cure the disorders of the body and to prevent diseases and thus to bring back a healthy living life. Ayurveda Thrapies removes the toxins from body and enhance the immunity power.
According to ayurveda, in a living body all the ailments are due to the in balance of different ‘doshas’. The main intention of ayurveda therapies is to cure the disorders of the body and to prevent diseases and thus to bring back a healthy living life. Ayurveda Thrapies removes the toxins from body and enhance the immunity power.
Ayurveda Therapies and treatments aid to boost the entire well-being of the person by various methods. Some of them are Ayurveda Massage, Ayurveda Diet, Pancha Karma, Yoga and meditation.
Massage using oil is one of the most important treatments in ayurveda therapies. Many different kinds of oils are used in oil massage which includes coconut oil, olive oil, almond oil, sesame oil, pecan oil, and mustard oil. Oil massage helps in relaxing the mind and body and it also increases the blood circulation.
Ayurveda suggests ‘sattvic’ diet to keep both mind and body at peace. ‘Sattvic’ diet is completely a vegetarian diet. The foods in this diet include water, fruits, nuts, cereal, grains, most vegetables, milk and milk derivatives (butter, ghee, yogurt), and honey. This ayurvedic diet nourishes the body and restores the balance of ‘doshas’ which is necessary for maintaining health.
‘PanchaKarma’ is a type of ayurveda therapy which includes five types of treatments. It is used to eliminate the toxins in the body and thereby purifying it. This is the most important therapy in ayurveda to treat the ‘doshas’.
Other than this main therapies yoga and meditation plays a major role in ayurveda therapies and treatememnts. Ayurveda therapies are not only made to treat body it cures the mind as well.
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