Ayurveda is the oldest and the unbroken tradition in medical science. The history of this ancient science goes back as far as 3,500 years. Today Ayurveda has taken the whole world by storm. Tourists and travelers from around the globe are pouring into India for Ayurveda treatment. This ageless system has been descended from master to disciples. Kerala is the only place where Ayurveda is practiced with absolute dedication.
Principles of Ayurveda are based on the Vedic philosophy of healthy living. The Vedic text on Hindu philosophy the Atharvana Veda prescribes ways to live a healthy life. Ayurveda attempts to provide remedies for various forms of sicknesses and illnesses. The Ayurvedic medicines, however, are not mass produced. Medicines have to be prepared to suit each individual.
The Rejuvenation Therapy forms the core of the Ayurveda treatment. These therapies include various kinds of oil massages and herbal massages. Yoga is the other essential part of the Ayurveda treatment. Ayurveda is a better alternative for patients suffering from ailments like jaundice, paralysis, arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, spinal problems, gastric and peptic ulcers etc.