Ayurvedic Medicine

The great thing about Ayurveda is that its treatment always yields side benefits, not side effects – Shuba Krishnan





Welcome to the oldest health care methods in the world…AYURVEDA! It evolved in India over 3000 years back and its practices are still growing strong, both in the country and the world. For this treatment, the system uses only natural methods, Ayurvedic medicine consists of different herbal byproducts.

It is possible to classify these herbs into five different types based on their,

  • Origin
  • Habitat
  • Actions
  • Actions upon doshas
  • Uses

Practitioners use Ayurveda medicine for holistic treatment of the human body. It includes restoring internal harmony between different body parts and with surrounding environment or nature. The focus here is on rejuvenating the complete system instead of focus on a particular illness or malady.

Ayurvedic Internal and external applications

Medicines for internal consumption are available with us and include fresh or encapsulated herbs, dilutions of essential oil, and flower essence. For treating diseases related to kidney, lungs, heart, or liver our practitioners use ghee, milk, honey, oil, or water as the media.

Similarly, external application of these medicines, which you can purchase at our Ayurvedic pharmacy, is mostly for the treatment of various skin diseases. These are available in the form of ointments, massage oil, liniments, oil blends, body wraps, pastes, or lotions. With the external application, it is possible to cure cuts, wounds, dizziness, joint and muscular problems.

Benefits of Ayurveda

Here below are some Ayurvedic medicines in Hindi and their uses in various treatments.

  • Agastya Haritaki (compound): This formula is capable of treating cough, digestive ailments, nerve problems, general eye conditions, heart diseases, skin disorders, itching, asthma, haemorrhoids.
  • Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia): This nectar of Ayurvedic treatment is anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory, detoxifying, diuretic, anti-arthritic, and antipyretic in nature.
  • Amalaki (Emblica myrobalan): This herb is capable of rebuilding new tissues, cleansing the mouth, increasing the RBC count in the body, besides having aphrodisiac properties as well.
  • Bringraj (Eclipta erecta): this herb is used for treatment whenever there is bleeding. Besides, it is ideal for use in different ailments of the liver such as cirrhosis, enlargement, or hepatitis.

The list of Ayurvedic herbs and their related uses is incessant. While you can purchase Ayurvedic medicines online, it is important to consume these under the directions of our qualified physicians only.



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  • December 23, 2016 at 8:42 PM
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    Today, ayurvedic medicine is considered pseudoscientific on account of its confusion between reality and metaphysical concepts.

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