शरीरेन्द्रिय सत्वात्मा संयोगो। – चरक संहिता १।४२

śarīrendriya satvātmā saṃyogo।1.42

The union of Shareera (body), Indriya (sense organs), Satva (mind) and Atma (soul).

Ayurveda is not just an alternative medicine system with historical roots of the Indian subcontinent but a way of life.

Belief is at a very core of Ayurveda. Time and again Ayurveda has always proved it's effectiveness and believing in it gives it more power to be effective on our health & mind as well.

Ayurveda always works on roots of the problem and hence it take it's sweet time to come in effect. But done properly with complete belief it effects are passed on to the next generations as well, genetically.

It's all around us already, if you eat curd, drink lemon water, likes ginger, apply Turmeric on wounds etc.. and such small Nuskha (नुस्खा) / Totka (टोटका) or Tips as we know it's all very basic fundamentals of Ayurveda. Quick remedies readily and easily available in very Indian house.

स्वस्थस्य स्वास्थ्य रक्षणं, आतुरस्य विकार प्रशमनं। (चरक संहित सूत्र ३०।२६​)

svasthasya svāsthya rakṣaṇaṃ, āturasya vikāra praśamanaṃ। (Caraka Saṃhita Sūtra 30।26​)

Ayurveda Shastra aims at keeping a healthy person healthy and managing or curing diseases (mind, body or both) that manifest in a person.

The Principle 3: Tridosha Siddhantha (Tri-defect Principle)

The 5 Mahabhoota’s (Prithvi as earth, Aap as water, Agni as fire, Vaayu as air,
and Akasha as space are proto element) combined with each other give rise to 3 Dosha’s (type of defects) that help in maintaining physiology of our body when in stable state and they cause diseases when in unstable state. These are like the basic software of our body.

वात (Vaata) – The dosha that is responsible for the movement of each and every atom, and also provides space for all movements to occur. For example, the act of respiration, peristaltic movements in the intestine, excretion of waste from our body, movement of nerve impulses in the nerves, initiation to do any work, etc.

पित्त (Pitta) – Responsible for any transformation taking place in our body and also the temperature changes in our body. For example, digestion, metabolism, breaking of large food particles to smaller ones for absorption in our body, etc.

कफ (Kapha) – Responsible for energy storage, the formation of new structures, protection in our body and bonding between molecules in our body to form larger molecules. For example, immunity, synovial fluid in joints, mucous lining protecting the digestive tract, adipose tissue storing fat, the stability of our body and mind, etc.

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