Dhanvantari

Ayurveda, the science of life, is the oldest and most comprehensive care system in the world..

 

The term Ayu means life, the word veda means Knowledge, the term Ayu term derives from a Sanskrit word that means motion. So life is movement that takes shape in the moment of conception, then surely to proceed through stages such as childhood, adolescence, youth, old age and culminate at the end in death.
This unidirectional movement in time, is called life.


The AYURVEDA is the science whose aim is to extend this movement as much as possible by making it slide, that is to give a person a long and healthy life, regenerating the vital energy of each body.

 


The combination of physical body, bodies of meaning and movement, mind, consciousness, mind and soul, is called "life."

 

SUKHA AYU
is life characterized by health, conducted by a healthy disease-free, with a healthy body and conscious, where all the delights are enjoyed at the most: food, clothing, sex etc..

DUKHA AYU
a life characterized by the prevalence of disease, old age which destroys the physical aspect, the small appetite, leading to misery and suffering.
HITA AYU
is life fructose and beneficial to a person who leads a life rational considering the pros and cons of every situation, for then come to a rational conclusion, an individual with respect and spiritual inclinations, dedicated to acquiring and disseminating knowledge.
AHITA AYU
spending a life to satisfy their selfish desires, succumbing to their emotions like anger, jealousy etc.

 

Ayurveda advocates a particular point of view: the well-being is obtained by treating the body as a whole; because each person is considered a single mind, different from another. This necessarily requires treatment on a personal level.

There is thus a standard, a rule, a certain rigidity on the use of medicines for certain diseases, but above all do not care about them separately because the patient is seen as a whole (body, mind, spirit) and treated in its entirely.

Ayurveda classifies individuals into three types: VATA, PITTA, KAPHA.

 

VATA (movement):
adjusts all the functions, giving shape to body tissues and organs to ensure the movement of various constituents with his right quantity, quality and functionality.
PITTA (translation):
presiding over the function of digestion and conversion of food , water, air and various pulses, all in accordance with their natural properties, converted into a form suitable for the body, Pitta is also responsible for the conversion of guna (Satta, rajas, and tamas)
KAPHA
connects and controls the various organs or parts of the body, stops the activity and catabolic Prosecutor nourishment to the tissues of the body.