Ayurveda is an Indian System of medicine in existence since evolution of mankind, believed to be more than 5000 years old. It Considers itself as the mother of medicine, from which the Chinese as well as classical western medicine have issued. The name comes From Sanskrit ( Ayus- Life; Veda – Knowledge). It is Considered as the oldest surviving treatment system in the world. It is not only a system of medicine but also a way of life and offers a body of wisdom designed to help mankind stay vibrant and healthy while realizing the full human potential.

The Ayurveda system of treatment will not affect the normal functioning of the body and will not leave any bad effects on the body. Ayurveda is the only system that deals with complete wellness – physical, mental, spiritual, and social health. Ayurveda is a stable science not bounded by the limits of time.

  Yes, it’s completely safe to take Ayurveda medicines while you are already on allopathic medicines – your Ayurveda physician can guide you accordingly. If you have any specific concerns about consuming specific allopathic and Ayurveda medicines in parallel, do contact us at Netrayu Eyeurvedics Hospital, Jalgaon.

  Ayurveda medicines are natural and safe. If it’s properly prepared and prescribed, there will not be any side-effects.

Restrictions are for controlling the disease and improving health. Generally, a Some pathya is advised during Ayurveda Treatment.

 There is treatment for the entire spectrum of diseases in Ayurveda. Commonly treated diseases are Arthritis, Spondylitis, Paralysis, Skin disease, Neurological disorders, Gynaecological problems etc.

 No. This is a wrong notion about Ayurveda. If it’s an acute ailment, it can be cured quickly. Patients usually try Ayurveda when there is no relief by other systems of medicine. By that time, the disease becomes chronic and hence it takes a longer time. It is also a fact that Ayurveda treats the root cause of the disease and not just the symptoms.

  Modern medicine tries to treat and remove symptoms rather than treating the patient suffering from it. This stems from the view that all people are more or less the same. Ayurveda makes special contributions by addressing the uniqueness of each patient and by helping each body to heal itself.

 It is one of the oldest scientific medical systems in the world, with a long record of clinical experience. However, it is not only a system of medicine in the conventional sense of curing disease. It is also a way of life that teaches us how to maintain and protect health. It shows us both how to cure disease and how to promote longevity. Ayurveda treats man as a “whole” – which is a combination of body, mind and soul. Therefore it is a truly holistic and integral medical system

 Ancient Indian philosophy is of opinion that all materials, living or non-living are made of five fundamental elements called Panchamahabhutas, representing five fundamental categories of matter. These are: * Akasha (ether) * Vayu (air) * Teja (fire/energy) * Jala (water), and * Prithvi (earth) All material on this earth contains Panchamahabhutas in different proportion.

 Biological application of Panchamahabhutas reflects in the form of Tridosha. Here ‘Tri’ means three and Dosha’ represents to humor (bio-entity). Thus the word ‘Tridosha’ denotes to three humors i.e. Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These are said ‘Dosha’ because these have tendency to get vitiated and also to vitiate others. This bilateral tendency of Dosha is cause of health and diseases. State of balance of Dosha represents health while imbalance to the disease. Every Dosha has definite place/location and functions in our body. All have their five types respectively

 Our body is supported and sustained by seven Dhatus (basic tissues). Beside this, Dhatus have property to vitiate. Dosha and Dhatus have relation with each other in health and disease. In pathogenesis of disease these both play key role. Following are the seven Dhatus: i. Rasa (Plasma) ii. Rakta (Blood) iii. Mamsa (Muscle) iv. Meda (Adipose) v. Asthi (Bone) vi. Majja (Marrow) vii.Shukra (Reproductive tissues)

The word 'Mala' means excretal products. Ayurveda has a unique concept of Malas. Sustenance of Mala in appropriate limits, sustain the life. To understand it in a better way, take the example of common excreta - urine. Excess urination may cause dehydration and electrolyte imbalance.

 The harmony and the balance of the Doshas, Dhatus, Malas and Agni in the body is the primary condition of the health. The equilibrium is maintained through a life in conformity with the laws of nature. A wrong behavior and food habit disturbs the harmony and lead to diseases.

The treatment in Ayurveda can be classified broadly into two methods- 1. Shamana Chikitsa (Alleviating Therapy) 2. Sodhana Chikitsa (Purification Therapy)

This is specially done after the sodhana therapy and in less vitiation. Herbal medicines are used internally and externally to correct the derangement of functions of Doshas, Dhatus, Malas and Agni and also to increase the Immunity. The restoration of normality is brought about without any elimination.

Panchakarma is a Sanskrit word that means "five actions" or "five treatments". This science of purifying the body is an ancient branch of Ayurveda. Panchakarma is the cornerstone to Ayurvedic management of disease. Pancha Karma is the process, which gets to the root cause of the problem and re-establishes the essential balance of 'Tridosha' (three doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha) in body. Pancha Karma is not only good for alleviating disease but is also a useful tool in maintaining excellent health. Ayurveda advises undergoing Pancha Karma at the

Abhyanga is a specialized whole body massages including head & face, performed by therapist using specific herbal oil selected according to the body type. The treatment brings about improved physical consistency, induces deep relaxation and is very beneficial for vigor and vitality. Massage is the most ancient technique for reliving pain, still a valid and thriving art in most region of India. Abhyanga is used to manipulate and correct dosha disorders, especially of the Vata kind; to cure orthopedic injuries; to relieve swollen tissues; and to promote regeneration of the tissues and organs, as well as the internal functioning of the body.

  Shirodhara is a titillating form of snehana treatment, whereby the oil or therapeutic substance methodically drips along a coarse thread onto the forehead. A metal or clay vessel, the dhara patra, is suspended directly above the forehead. The oil or other fluid is poured into the pot, and then seeps through a hole in the bottom of the pot and slides down a 4 –inch long thread, half of which hangs through the hole. The drops of oil from the thread drip directly onto the subject’s third eye, or center of the forehead.

 Akshitarpana is the process of keeping medicated ghee in the eye orbit cavity. This therapy improves the eyesight, heals stiffness, pain and roughness around the eyes. It strengthens the eyes and protects them against the sun’s sharp rays, as well as for IT professionals, which works


more in front of computer screen. Akshitarpana is also very helpful for serious eye disorders, such as glaucoma, ulcerated cornea, or inflamed lesions surrounding the eyes.

 Karna purana is the process in which warm oil or medicated liquid are poured in to the ears. This treatment is usually performed annually during either the autumn or the late spring season. Specific problems for which karna purana is administered include excess earwax, earache, headache, neck pain, and jaw pain. This treatment is also used for most Vata disorders relating to bodily aches and pains.

 Udavartana is a dry massage starts with deep manipulation of the muscles to reduce obesity and improve mobility of the joints. This is followed by a scrub massage with ayurvedic herbs to remove dead cells and leave the skin glowing. Rhythmic strokes towards the heart promote blood circulation. The therapy ends with 15 minutes of herbal steam.

 We’ll get clear on your vision of wellbeing and you’ll share about your health history and any current challenges. I’ll determine your Ayurvedic birth constitution or dosha type through questioning, observation and Ayurvedic pulse analysis. You’ll leave with an understanding of your unique mind-body type and some action items to regain your balance.

 Your personal wellness plan is a roadmap from your current state of health to your vision of

wellbeing. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of your mind-body type and what foods &

lifestyle practices are most balancing. You’ll learn routines and self-care tools to feel your best.

Absolutely not. Ayurveda recognizes that each individual is unique and there is no ‘one-size fits all’ approach.

 Most clients see immediate improvements in their wellness. Our bodies naturally want to be in balance. We just need to give ourselves the time and space to heal.