Our department of Vascular Surgery has an experienced team of vascular The word “ayurveda” is a combination of two Sanskrit words, “ayur” meaning life and “veda” meaning knowledge. Thus, “Ayurveda” means, “Knowledge of Life”.
Ayurveda is a form of alternative medicines, which is popular in the entire world including the western countries. The ancient wisdom – Ayurveda, which has been developed over the 5000 years, is capable of overcoming several diseases, which have been termed as “incurable” by modern health-care system. Western Medicine Organizations have classified Ayurveda as Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM).
The earliest practices of Ayurveda were believed to be found in India about 5000 years ago. Since then a number of scholars had been engaged in developing the practices and offered best treatment therapies and solutions to human being, which were based on following eight categories:
» Kayachikitsa -Internal Medicine
» Shalya Chikitsa -Surgery
» Bala Chikitsa- Pediatrics
» Graha Chikitsa- Bhoot Vidya - Psychiatry
» Urdhvanga Chikitsa-Treatment of eyes, ears, nose, throat and head
» Damstra Chikitsa- Agad Tantra -Toxicology
» Jara Chikitsa- Rasayana- Gerentorology
» Vrishya Chikitsa- vajikarana- Aphrodisiacs
Ayurveda has been proved to be very effective in treating following ailments:
» Arthritis, Rheumatic Arthritis, Osteoarthritis
» Bronchial Diseases
» Skin Diseases
» Paraplegia, Hetraplegia
» Facial Paralysis
» Sinusitis & Migraine
» Slip Disk and Spondylitis
» Nervous debility and many more.
Some of the benefits of Ayurveda:
» Ayurvedic treatment in India is a result of thousands of years; hence ensures optimum benefits to human.
» Ayurvedic and herbal medicines do not cause any side effects to the body.
» Ayurvedic treatment is not temporary but ensure long time cure to the diseases.
» Since Ayurvedic treatment is non-toxic, it can be used an alternative therapy along conventional therapies.
» Ayurveda uses ingredients which are close to nature such as herbs, plants, flowers, fruits etc.