Posted On : 20 June, 2014
Ayurveda identifies three basic energies and principles in every one. The five basic elements such as the air, water, earth, space, and fire are integrated into the physical bodies in the form of three Doshas. Hence, every person has a unique combination of Doshas known as the Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These three Doshas work as energies helping in the functioning of the body creating movements of nutrients and other fluids through the cells. These energies are not only required for the metabolism of nutrients in the cell but also maintaining and lubricating the cell structure.
The Vata is the energy of the movement, Pitta is the energy of the metabolism or digestion, and Kapha is the energy required for structuring and lubrication. These energies are present in all the humans in some constitution. One of the energies is predominant in each of the constitution while the other two are least prominent. In the Ayurvedic phenomena, all the problems and diseases result from the excess of the three Doshas.
The aim of the Ayurvedic Treatments is to keep the three Doshas in balance, as it perceives that all the problems physical and mental result from it only. The Ayurvedic practitioner carefully evaluates all the symptoms of the disease in relation to the Dosha imbalance. The first step is to evaluate the patient suitability to various treatments considering the Dosha imbalance. The first step is the direct questioning, observation, and examination. In this, the diet and the lifestyle of the patient is asked.
The basic techniques through which the patient is observed is by examining the tongue, physical features, eyes, and pulse. The weight, appearance, teeth, skin are also checked for analysing the problem. At last, other measures of examination such as the stool, blood pressure, urine, speech, voice, and other tests are performed on the patient. Once the basic observation ends and the problem is found, the treatment starts accordingly. The Ayurveda treatment includes herbal oil massage, detoxification, and prescription of herbal medicines and drugs.
If you wish to consult Ayurveda, you may choose to contact one of our Ayurveda Practitioners Gurnam Saini or Pooja Saini in Melbourne. Both of our Practitioners are Qualified Ayurveda Doctors from India. You may contact us at "Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic". People who can't reach us personally, may choose for online Ayurveda consultation.
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