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Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old science of natural healing with origins in the Indian Vedic culture. Over timesages and physicians have been rediscovering this wisdom and have cured endless ailments.

Ayurveda is practiced today by over 400,000 doctors, and is recognizedinternationally by WHO as an effective health science. Ayurveda is fast gaining popularityas a world medicine, for its holistic and comprehensive approach.

History of Ayurveda

Even before humans learnt to write, this ancient wisdom of healing, prevention, and longevity was already part of the spiritual tradition of universal religion. Travelers and healers gathered unique plants, herbs, roots and tree barks all over the world, returning with the knowledge and newly discovered medicines to practice and research in India.

Indian Mythology

Veda Vyasa, the great sage preserved the complete knowledge of Ayurveda in writing, along with the more spiritual insights of ethics, virtue, and self-realization. "The knowledge of ayurveda was handed down from the great lord Brahma (the creator) to Daksha Prajapati (son of brahma), onto the Ashwin twins (the divine doctors), then passed it to Indra (king of devas). Sage Bharadvaja volunteered to go to heaven to receive this wisdom from Indra, and so became the first human to receive the knowledge of Ayurveda. He passed it on to Atreya, then onto Punarnavasu and finally Agnivesha".

Future of Ayurveda

The nature is basically harmonious and self-preserving, ayurveda is the most holistic or comprehensive medical system available,most importantly it helps each person to look at their lifestyle and discover areas that are hostile and points to the right direction to correct it and be holistically healthy again.

“ Disease is the normal expression of living away from harmony ” - Anonymous