Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Kerala Ayurveda, India

Kerala heals with herbs:-A visit to Kerala is sine qua non with a languid Ayurvedic massage therapy. Be it to cure that old-knee pain that has been troubling you ever since or for simple pleasure, something so invigorating is best tagged "out-of-the-world". Lored to be the hometown of this ancient Indian system of medicine, Kerala has peppered herself with a legion of world's best Spa resorts replete with Ayurvedic doctors, beauticians, shops, training programs and so on.
Kerala Ayurveda

What is Ayurveda?
Indian subcontinents ancient heirloom that created ripples in the international medical map is Ayuveda - a form of alternative medicine that means "Science of Life" when translated. True, to its name, Ayurveda, invovles herbal therapies and healing techniqu
es that networks the body, mind and soul to cure infirmities. Ayurveda believes that the human body is a compund of three fundamental elemants or doshas. Accordingly, it works on your physical, mental, and emotional well-being by rectifying any imbalances in the three doshas: vata (air), pitta (fire), and kapha (water). And to master this science, that is, to become an Ayurvedic Doctor is tedious actually. Some five years or more go into the making of an Ayurvedic physician, who is then authorised to prescribe medicine and herbal therapies. The first three years, however, have the same study of anatomy like western medical science.
Tried and tested for over 3000 years, it is only lately that the T
ourism industry and the Resorts have rediscovered this excellent cache that gets tourists across the globe bee-lining to India. Ayurveda is also one among the few traditional systems of medicine involving surgery.

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