Ayurveda: The Secrets of Hindu Healing Through the Ayurveda Lifestyle. Diet, Aromatherapy, Yoga, and Meditation
Ayurveda: The Secrets of Hindu Healing Through the Ayurveda Lifestyle. Diet, Aromatherapy, Yoga, and Meditation3,67 6 5 Scritto da: Sandra Barrios Letto da: Mark Collins
Understood to be the oldest and most holistic medical system in the world, Ayurveda was developed around 3,000 BCE. The wisdom of this healing method was passed down through ancient Indian spiritual texts, called the "Vedas." There are four major Vedas, each of which describes, in some parts, the principles of health, disease, and treatment. One of these texts, the "Rig Veda" (also known as "Rik Veda" or "Rigveda"), is one of the oldest known books of any Indo-European language.
The Rig Veda contains philosophical verses on the nature of existence, as well as information on the three basic human constitutions. It discusses the use of herbs to heal the mind and body, and to keep oneself young. Another Veda, the "Atharva Veda, " contains information on everything from internal medicine and surgery, to infertility and psychiatry. The "physicians" at the time of the Vedas were "rishis" — sages or seers, holy people — who viewed health as an overall integration between mind, body, and spirit.
Knowledge of Ayurveda spread from India, influencing other ancient systems, including Chinese medicine and the ancient Greek medicine practiced by Hippocrates. Because of its influence, Ayurveda is known as the "Mother of all healing."
Here it is what you will find inside:
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda and Yoga
Ayurveda Medicine – What it is
Ayurvedic Diet – What to Eat and the Effects of an Ayurvedic Diet
Ayurvedic Herbs, Herbal Medicine and Health Benefits
Aromatherapy and Ayurveda
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