A : Yes. In the event you live far or you cannot visit our centre, you can book on-line consultation by internet. You will receive a questionnaires with questions relating to your symptoms, lifestyle, diet and so on. We can make a recommendation on the basis of the filled in questionnaire which you send back to us.
A : Yes. We are offering our products anywhere in the world. You can pay the charges & get the product anywhere in the world.
A : In other system of medicines they treat the disease only, but in Ayurvedic system of medicine being a holistic approach to mankind, it not only treats the disease but treats the patients mentally as well as physically. It is a natural therapy hence it has no side effect or minimum side effect, whereas other system of medicine has lots of side effects and several complications.
is a method during which warm oil is applied on the patient's forehead for 15 to 40 minutes from a specialised vessel which is suspended above the head of the reclining patient. The application of oil on that place promotes not only a deep relaxation and thus regeneration of the organism, but also helps to cure many illnesses such as headache and migraine, insomnia, memory loss or concentration failure, depressive state and other mental complaints.
A : Ayurvedic medicines are made from natural ingredients such as herbs and minerals. Often, herbal juices are mixed to make them more potent. The manufacturing process, which is supervised by expert Vaidyas, is designed to clean, purify and enhance the potency of the formula. Secondly, both the dosage of the medicine as well as the time it is consumed is very important. If taken according to the instructions of your Ayurvedic doctor, these medicines are safe and do not have side effects. Thirdly, Ayurvedic medicines work primarily on the root cause of the disease. Hence, just having the medicines is not enough. You need to follow a proper diet and lifestyle to control the condition and work towards healing the problem. For example, if you complain of burning and itching sensation on your skin, you will be given Ayurvedic medicines to reduce these symptoms. At the same time you will be advised to stay away from food and drinks that are heating in nature. If you do not follow the diet prescribed by the doctor, you may develop some problems. You may think these as side effects of the medicine, but in reality, it will be because of your faulty diet and lifestyle. Make sure that you inform the doctor if you are allergic to any particular food or herb to avoid any complications during the treatment.
A : Most Ayurvedic preparations contain only herbal ingredients while a few of them contain minerals. Preparations with minerals are fast-acting and the ingredients are thoroughly purified before being added to the medicine. The herbo- minerals that we use in making medicines at Waghole Ayurved have never been found to be harmful. At Waghole Ayurved, we manufacture medicines and products at our certified manufacturing facility where we follow stringent quality control and hygiene to ensure that you get the medicine in the purest and safest form.
A : Most of the people look to allopathy for cure and when the results are negative, they turn to Ayurveda. By this time the diseases become chronic. This has to do with the misconception that Ayurvedic drugs cannot be used for minor ailments like cold, cough, fever, acidity, loose motions and other aches and pains. Ayurveda can cure such common ailments too.
A : Ayurvedic doctor will advise food restrictions depending upon the state, severity and the type(s) of disease you are suffering from. There are some food restrictions in Ayurveda because while a particular food can be beneficial for a specific disease or problem, the same food can worsen another disease or aggravate the symptoms. As such, diet plans are carefully designed by your Ayurvedic doctor so that the food you take works as medicine provided you take them as per instructions. The doctor may ask you to avoid certain foods because they have the capacity to aggravate symptoms, while others are recommended because they have the capacity to not only alleviate symptoms, but aid in making the treatment more effective. If you follow dietary restrictions and a proper diet plan, you can avoid further deterioration of the disease and take a step closer to healing. This is regardless of whether you are taking Ayurvedic or some other types of treatment.
A : Yes, most of the children ailments like Cold, Cough, Fever, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Colic, Tonsillitis, Bronchitis, Asthma, Measles, Chickenpox, Mumps, Dentition problems, etc., could be very effectively and quickly treated with Ayurveda without producing any side effects whatsoever. Unlike antibiotics and other such medicines, Ayurvedic remedies do not hamper digestion, or lower body's resistance. Neither do they cause any allergies nor cause any damage even if taken over a long period. Besides, Ayurveda is effective also in temperament and behavioral problems seen commonly in children like irritability, obstinacy, temper-tantrums, fears, phobias, destructiveness, thumb- sucking, nail biting, bed-wetting as well as in mentally & physically backward children.
A : In Ayurveda, a disease is diagnosed with the help of three fingers which denotes the specific aggravation of DOSHAs. Ayurvedic experts are more capable in diagnosing a disease with the help of pulse examination.
A : "AYURVEDA" is made up of two words-Ayuh and Veda. Ayuh means life and Veda means knowledge or science. Thus 'AYURVEDA' in totality means 'Science of life'. It incorporates all aspects of life whether physical, psychological, spiritual or social. What is beneficial and what is harmful to life, what is happy life and what is sorrowful life; all these four questions and life span allied issues are elaborately and emphatically discussed in Ayurveda. It believes the existence of soul before birth and after death too.
A :As per Ayurveda, 'Health' is a state of equilibrium of normal functions of doshas, Dhatus, malas and Agni with delighted body, mind and soul. It means that when Dosh-Dhatu-Malas and Agni are constantly in a state of functional equilibrium, then the health is maintained. Otherwise distortion of the equilibrium results into diseases. Erratic lifestyle is believed to be one of the basic causes behind the failure of mechanism of maintaining equilibrium. Treatment either with or without drugs and application of specific rules of diet, activity and mental status as described, disease wise, brings back the state of equilibrium i.e. health.
A : the Three Gunas (Rajas or activity, Tamas or inertia And Satwa, which balances the first two) or psychic forces determine our mental and spiritual health. Ayurveda is thus a holistic system of healthcare that teaches us to balance these energies in order to achieve optimum health and well being.
A : Universe as well as human body are made up of five basic elements collectively called 'Panch Mahabhootas'. These are Aakash (Ether), Vayu (Air), Agni(Fire), Aapa (Water) and Prithvi (Earth). The sixth mandatory component of life is Atma (life spirit) without which life ceases. The human body is made up of Doshas (Bio-humours), Dhatus(Body matrix) and Malas (excretable products). Vata, Pitta and kapha, known as Tridoshs are physiological entities of the body which are responsible for carrying out all the functions of the body. Dhatus are the structural entities of the body. These are Rasa (Plasma), Rakta (Blood cells), Mamsa (Muscular tissue), Meda (Fatty tissue), Asthi (Bony tissue), Majja (Bone marrow) and Shukra (Hormonal and other secretions of genital). Agni (Metabolic fire) is in thirteen different forms and carries out the whole metabolism of the body. The waste products of the body which are excretable are produced in the body as bye-products of metabolism. These are known as malas which include pureesh (faeces), Sweda (sweat) and Mutra (urine). All bio-transformations within the body occur through Srotases (body channels) which are the sites for action of agni.
A : Prakriti means innate nature, character, physical constitution or According to Ayurveda, from birth to death, doshas influence the health status and physical constitution of a man, either positively or negatively. The concentration levels and preponderance of each dosha in an individual is believed to be genetically determined. Therefore, doshas in different permutations and combinations constitute the very nature/disposition of a man. This is known as Prakriti / Sharira Prakriti.
The Sapt (seven) Dhatus (tissue) elements form the pillars of the body that form the means of nourishment and growth while providing support to the body as well as the mind.
i) Ras Dhatu - Derived from digested food, it nourishes each and every tissue of the body.
ii) Rakt Dhatu - Regarded as the basic of life. It not only nourishes the body tissues but provide physical strength also.
iii) Mans Dhatu - The muscle tissue, its main function is to provide physical strength and support to body.
iv) Med Dhatu - Consist of adipose tissue providing support to asthi dhatu. It also lubricates the body.
v) Asthi Dhatu - Comprising of bone tissues, including cartilage, its main function is to give support to the Majja Dhatu and provide support to Mans Dhatu.
vi) Majja Dhatu- Denoting the yellow and red bone marrow tissue.
vii) Shukr Dhatu- The main aim of this tissue is to help reproduction and strengthen the body.
Since the dhatus support and derive energy from each other. Affecting one can influence others. For instance, interference in the manufacture of the plasma affects the quality of the blood. Which turn effects the muscles. Each tissue type has its own agni. Which determines metabolic changes in the tissues. And forms by-products, which are either used in the body or excreted through the body. E.g. Menstrual periods are by-product of Rasa Dhatu. The tissues are also governed by the three doshas, and any imbalance in them also causes imbalances in dhatus.
Malas are the various waste products of the dhatus produced during normal metabolic process.
Three primary malas being - purish (Faeces)
Being the biological fire that governs metabolism, agni encompasses all the changes in the body and mind from dense to the more subtle. Such changes include the digestion and absorption of food, cellular transformations, assimilation of sensory perceptions and mental, emotional experiences.
Agni therefore covers the whole sequences of chemical interactions and changes in the body and mind. Digestive abilities being related to strength of agni.
Agni and Pitta are closely connected. While both are hot and light, agni is subtle and dry. The heat energy to help digestion contained by Pitta is Agni. Pitta is therefore the container and Agni the content. Agni is acidic in nature and stimulates digestion. It is subtly related to the movement of Vat. In every tissue and cell agni is present and is necessary for maintaining the nutrition and auto-immune mechanism. By destroying micro-organism, foreign bacteria and toxins in the stomach and the intestines.
A balanced agni therefore is vital for health. Disturbances to agni are the chief causes of disease.
As per Ayurveda there are thirteen types of Agni in the body and mind according to the conversion and transformation made.
The most important of them is the Jatharagni , the gastric fire, responsible for digestion of food.
The Tridoshas (Tri means 3 & Doshas being the basic physical energies) are the primary and essential factors of the human body, that govern our entire physical structure and function. Derived from the Panchamahabhutas, each dosha - which like the elements cannot be detected with our senses but their qualities can be - is a combination of any two of the five bhutas with the predominance of one, Called Vat, Pitta, Kaph in Sanskrit, these three are responsible for all the physiological and psychological processes within the body and mind - dynamic forces that determine growth and decay.
Each dosha thus shares a quality with another ( although there remain slight differences in the nature of shared quality), the third having just the opposite quality. Also each has an inherent ability to regulate and balance itself , coming from antagonistic qualities that arises from the doshas constituent elements.
When the doshas are in balance i.e. in a state of equilibrium, we remain healthy. It is only when that there is imbalance within the three that disease is caused.
It is equally important to understand that the three doshas within any person keep changing constantly, due to the doshic qualities of specific lifestyle and environment such as time and season.
And that these three are not separate energies but different aspects of the same energy, present together in an infinite variety of combinations, wherein their qualities overlap and interrelate.
Swasth / Healthy
Ayurveda clearly states that only a balanced condition of doshas, dhatus and malas is Aarogya (Good health or Disease free condition) and their imbalance is the cause of ill health or disease.
Balanced Doshas (Humors), healthy Agni, a good state of tissues and their metabolic end products lead to a balanced state of the senses, mind and spirit, all of which lead to health.
Shirodhara means pouring oil on the forehead from a specific height and for a specific period.
Shirodhara is a form of Ayurveda therapy that involves gently pouring liquids over the forehead and can be one of the steps involved in Panchakarma.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words ‘shiro’ means ‘head’ and ‘dhara’ means ‘steady flow’. The liquids used in shirodhara depend on what is being treated, but can include medicated oil, milk, buttermilk, coconut water, medicinal decoction or even plain water.
Shirodhara has been used to treat a variety of conditions including (Indications):
Greying of hair
certain types of skin diseases like psoriasis
Studies report that Ayurvedic Shirodhara is a safe option to improve sleep quality among people who have sleep problems.
Shirodhara is also effective in treating mental conditions such as anxiety and mental stress.
The calming effect produced by Shirodhara is similar to that obtained with meditation.
It is also used non-medicinally at spas for its relaxing properties.
There are specialized forms of shirodhara called ksheeradhara, takradhara, taildhara and jaldhara.
Shirodhara is thought to work by relaxing the hypothalamus in the brain. It can also normalize the functions of hormones that regulate sleep and emotions.
According to Ayurveda everything in world is composed of the
Omnipresent, they are mixed in an infinite variety of relative proportions such that each form of matter is distinctly unique.
The Panchamahabhutas serve as the foundation of all diagnosis & treatments modalities in Ayurveda and has served as a most valuable theory for physicians to detect and treat illness of the body & mind successfully.
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