Ayurveda is a 5,000+ year old science that uses natural remedies to help your body fight off disease and lifestyle imbalances.
It is not a replacement for western/allopathic medicine.
Ayurveda believes that by helping your body balance its systems, you can remain healthy longer and live a more fruitful life. However, just as it takes time to break down your body, it takes time to restore your body.
This course seeks to educate you on the origins and applications of Ayurveda in today’s world. With the judicious application of both allopathic and ayurvedic practices, you can life a more healthy lifestyle.
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Ayurvedic cleanse regimens vary from person to person depending on:
- How much aama and where is is located
- Vata, kapha, or pita constitution
Ayurveda believes the root of heart disease lies with three key issues:
- Excessive consumption of food and/or stress
- Nutritional deficiencies
- Bad food combinations
Ayurveda approaches cancer in three equally important areas:
Autism is growing at historically unprecedented rates. Ayurveda approaches autism through the following ways:
- Avoidance of autism symptomatic foods
- Providing herbal digestive support
- Providing probiotic digestive support
- Sheetali and/or yoga for inner calmness
There are 21 different types of Diabetes in Ayurveda. Ayurveda treats Diabetes through:
- Dietary Regulation
- Bio-purification procedures
- Use of herbal remedies
Ayurveda approaches hormone imbalances based on their excess or lack thereof. These imbalances are explicitly dependent upon:
- Dosha type
- Physiological factors
- Psychological factors