Ayurveda is considered as the true art of living, because it is the science of rejuvenation and restoration of health; this system integrates soul, body and mind, being developed in India 5000 years ago. It comes from two Sanskrit words: “ayus” life and “veda” knowledge; something that goes from the inside of our body to the outside; going beyond the physical and mental part.

Ayurveda being” a Hindu art, which encloses science in a holistic system of the whole being; favors the balance of mind and body, through detoxification and rejuvenation techniques, also in «india», «ayurvedic» doctors called «vaidyas», are the first group of traditional healers, who receive state recognition.

For this reason, the «Gujarat Ayurved University» institute in India is dedicated to the teaching of Ayurveda, at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels; there they receive five and a half year studies to graduate. Therefore, they teach that «ayurveda» uses elements that cleanse the body, recovering spiritual harmony; however, the manufactured products may be harmful if misused without the advice of a licensed physician.

The formulation of medicines is indicated with plant preparations and vegetable oils, using small amounts of iron and other metals. The reason is to diagnose diseases through the factors that cause them, and not only treat their symptoms; but to eliminate the impurities caused by stress.

Ayurveda is also recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), since more than twenty years ago, this entity approved the traditional medicine program; supporting therapies that have strong scientific evidence without toxicity. For this reason, a good number of research institutes in India and other countries undertake the scientific study of «ayurvedic» products.

The practice comes from ancient times; the experience of it, has been found in Ayurvedic texts, written in the seventh century before Christ. Likewise, this type of medicine has five fundamental elements that are: “bhumi” (earth), “yala” (water), “agní” (fire), “vainú” (air) and “akasha” (ether); that make up the doctrinal basis of this alternative.

The “doshas” come from a Sanskrit word, which means “vital airs” or energies; They are the other bases of “ayurvedic” medicine, classifying it in three relationships: “vatta” (air), represents the union of air and ether; “pitta” (bile), symbolizes the connection of fire and water; “kapha” (phlegm), means the alliance between water and earth; the three “doshas” are manifested in each person, one or two being predominant.

More than 2700 plants are currently used, authorized by the Indian Ministry of Health. Likewise, a class of massages called “abhiangam” is performed with natural or dry oils; there are others such as «marmatherapy», a stimulating treatment of key points called «marmas».

Perennial stress makes us weak, allowing diseases to attack us; With this system of preventive medicine and care, you will have a choice that will help you live a balanced health.