Ayurvedic Health Care Journal

Ayurveda is the worlds oldest recorded system of health care and it is being practiced today at gloabal level .On 13th November India celebrate `National Ayurveda Day’

Ayurveda has influenced many other systems of medicine within and outside India, such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Siddha, Unani and various types of massage therapy. India, the birthplace of Ayurveda, is experiencing a renaissance of this ancient system of health promotion, disease prevention and treatment, partly as people outside of India show interest in the resurgence of indigenous knowledge that has transformative potential to heal mental and physical ailments. This paper seeks to understand the philosophical worldview of ayurvedic medicine and its relevance to health promotion and disease prevention with an aim to illustrate its depth of understanding of the human mind and body. During Covid-19 the demand of Ayurveda has increased manifold.

Ayurvedic health care concentrates on the health and well-being of the individual as a whole, and as a member of society. Principles of health promotion and disease prevention are discussed in this paper. Part of the paper focuses on nutrition, a central aspect of Ayurveda. The kitchen is the pharmacy and the pharmacy is the kitchen is a well-known tenet of Ayurveda and it is explained here. Overall, Ayurveda has great potential to be revived for modern applications all over the world, particularly if more research is done on it.

Ayurvedic health care concentrates on the health and well-being of the individual as a whole, and as a member of society. Principles of health promotion and disease prevention are discussed in this paper. Part of the paper focuses on nutrition, a central aspect of Ayurveda. The kitchen is the pharmacy and the pharmacy is the kitchen is a well-known tenet of Ayurveda and it is explained here. Overall, Ayurveda has great potential to be revived for modern applications all over the world, particularly if more research is done on it.

Ayurveda Knowledge has a two-fold meaning. "The first is derived from the sense-organs and corroborated by varied evidence based upon the experiences of the sense-organs". From this knowledge comes the physical sciences. The second type of knowledge is "transcendent and is realized through the mental and spiritual discipline of yoga". The latter is the subject of the Vedas. Ayurveda is thus a science of life, a system of health and medicine which aims to assist people in living a healthy life. It provides knowledge of how to live (naturally). Most distinct about ayurvedic medicine is its roots in peaceful, spiritual concepts which connect it to a larger philosophy and way of life.

There is a need to publish a Research Journal on Ayurveda to share knowledge and latest research .Ishan Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Centre,Greater Noida located in NCR would contribute in this direction.



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