Ayurveda has been developed over many centuries at one of the centres of early human civilization – India. The wisest medical practitioners observed carefully the functions of the human organism. Over time they developed a system of medicine. Historical manuscripts document how the knowledge and medical treatments were refined and verified over the many years on the basis of experience. The term ‘Ayurveda’ literally means ‘science of life’.
The mutual effects between brain functions, psyche and the hormonal and immunological systems are becoming discovered today. They present the ‘axis’ where Ayurvedic treatments begin to intervene.
Accordingly, Ayurveda therapy does not address singular symptoms. Rather, these serve as signals at imbalances in the body. The Ayurvedic treatment aims to release present blockages of energy and support the body to heal itself.
Soon after making the necessary changes to personal lifestyle, one usually experiences the first positive effects, such as better mood or better digestion.
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