Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medicine that is central to the culture. The primary source of Ayurveda medicine is the Charaka Samhita, which is a text written on Ayurveda medicine in the Sanskrit language. The literal meaning of Ayurveda is “knowledge of life” and its scope encompasses exactly that. This path of knowledge is over 5,000 years old and it aims to bring a sense of peace, meaningful purpose, joy, contentment, and everlasting vibrant health to its practitioners.
Ayurveda medicine can be relevant to daily life. It teaches the idea that every single one of us is wired in a different way, and that no two human bodies are the same. What may work for someone may totally fail for another. Every individual also has a unique health system. Just because one medicine or method has worked on one person does not necessarily mean that it will help another.
Furthermore, everything is poison and everything is medicine in Ayurveda. It all depends on what suits your body...
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