Ayurveda is made up of two words, Age + Veda. The time of union of body, senses, mind and soul is called age and the scriptures which give knowledge related to this age is called Ayurveda. Ayurveda originated in India in very ancient times, Ayurveda has originated in the form of blessings of Brahma himself, Brahma ji taught Ayurveda to Daksha Prajapati! Daksha Prajapati taught it to both Ashwani Kumars, Ashwani Kumar When Indra was the god of Indra’s court, when he saw the miraculous achievement of this knowledge, he learned it and he gave this knowledge to Maharishi Atreya.
Maharishi Atreya took this knowledge forward in his disciples and Agnivesh, Bheed, Jatkarma, Parashar, Kshirpani, Harit etc. got the knowledge of it. Later Maharishi Charak wrote this knowledge in the form of a huge book which became famous as Charak Samhita.
Sushruta obtained the knowledge of Ayurveda from Charaka and by adding his own research of surgery, he composed the book Sushruta Samhita, it has 120 chapters, followed by an appendix of 86 chapters, after this Vagbhat ji is the place of great scholars. Ayurveda has expanded, Ayurveda Dhanvantari is known as a miraculous divine validity.
The basic basis of Ayurvedic medicine is the identification of Vata, Pitta and Kapha doshas.
The basic mantra of a healthy life is to keep the tridoshas balanced in the body.
Only by keeping Vata, Pitta and Kapha normal, you can live a healthy and long life. Never let these faults get you angry.
Many great people have taken birth on this holy land of India who have done many things for the betterment of mankind. If we talk in the context of similar Ayurveda medicine, then Ayurveda is a unique gift to the world of India. Nowadays, ‘Modern Science’ has also started accepting the importance of Ayurveda. Because not only diseases are treated here, but such arrangements are also made that you do not fall ill. And even if you fall ill unfortunately, then that disease can be cured by making changes in food and lifestyle.
Thousands and millions of years ago, our sages had told that every disease in the human body is caused only by the irritability of three doshas. They are Vata, Pitta and Kapha. If these doshas of the body remain in equanimity, then we remain healthy. When they deteriorate or when I am odd, some disease surrounds you. So let’s know what are these three defects:
Vata – If Vata dosha becomes irritable in the body, then hundreds of diseases surround the body. Vata is related to air. Vata dosha is the most powerful of the three doshas. Its nature is rough, fickle and moving, quick. Both the other doshas work under its influence. Pitta and Kapha are nothing without Vata.
Diseases : Dryness comes in the body when Vata is anomalous. There are 48 types of diseases like knee pain, limb pain, diabetes, dryness of limbs etc.
Diagnosis : In home medicine, there is no medicine better than fenugreek for the quenching of Vata.
Pit: In all the three doshas, pitta is related to heat. When this dosha gets irritated due to any wrong eating habits, routine or rituals, it causes many diseases. Due to this increasing heat in the body, many times the skin becomes red, red and white colored grains come out and the color of the eyes also becomes red.
Diseases : Allergies, fever are the symptoms of worsening of this dosha.
Diagnosis : Rainy season is the best time for mitigation of pitta dosha and bitter things like neem, harad etc. should be consumed.
Phlegm– phlegm is a greasy substance. It is necessary to be present in our body in an even state. But if its condition becomes odd from even, then it becomes equally painful.
Diseases : Due to the deterioration of phlegm, diseases like cold, cold, runny nose etc. start in our body.
Diagnosis : To keep this dosha even, things of hot nature should be consumed in winter like jaggery, dry ginger, honey, millet, long, black pepper, peepal etc.
There is a famous saying in our country that ‘Prevention is better than cure’. Although we can treat these doshas very easily in Ayurvedic way, but still if we keep our daily routine, diet and diet balanced and do some yoga-pranayama and proper exercise, then all the doshas will be normal and we will never Will not fall ill
Do not let any disease become incurable and live a long life with a healthy life.
Dr. Anuradha Mani Shukla,
(Ayurvedacharya, Arogya Yoga Bharti, New Delhi)