Journey towards Ayurveda

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is an ancient methodology developed 5000 years ago in India. Ayurveda is considered the master of healing and focuses on the nature-based treatment for the inner body that glows outwardly. Many healing systems like homeopath, and polarity therapy are developed from the concepts of Ayurveda.

Inner Balance with Ayurveda

Ayurveda greatly emphasizes on maintaining balance between mind, body, and beliefs through diet, exercise, and lifestyle. According to Ayurveda, what we eat? and, how we live? has a great impact in constitution of our body and thoughts. Many often we tend to have allergic reaction to certain food. This reaction often occurs when consumed food doesn’t match our ‘Prakriti- biological nature of our body’. Ayurveda is not just about a supplement, but it is more about lifestyle and treating the root cause of the disease.

Benefits of practicing Ayurveda

  • Ayurveda brings discipline in life through basic principles: Eat healthy breakfast, drinking adequate water, daily-yoga, avoid alcohol-nicotine, high sugar foods, and sound sleep schedule – that includes avoiding day time sleeping and waking up early morning.
  • By practicing daily-yoga, individuals stress-level is decreased and their concentration level is boosted.
  • Daily yoga and exercise also help maintain the overall body fitness
  • By consuming organic-based food, many health issues like Diabetes, Cancer, Arthritis, Heart Diseases can be avoided and body is well nourished.

Consumption of Ayurvedic Supplements

Ayurvedic supplements are nature based and highly effective to avoid incoming diseases. For instance, Ayurveda highly emphasizes on consumption of Turmeric, Ginger, Cinnamon, Honey, Lemon, and various other nature-based supplements

  • Turmeric works remarkable for blood purification and bone strength. The regular consumption of Turmeric reduces the chances of arthritis, cancer, and skin disorders.
  • Consumption of Cinnamon offers benefits like a healthy digestive system, reduces insulin resistance and blood sugar level, prevents blood coagulation.
  • Ginger, honey, and lemon with lukewarm water or green tea work as a detox improvising the appetite and digestive system.

“The great thing about Ayurveda is that its treatments always yield side benefits, not side effects.”

-Shubhra Krishan

There are many more supplements and nature-based food that Ayurveda emphasizes on. Join us in our Get Healthy movement, consult our health experts and begin your journey today!