If you research about in the internet it is likely that you have come across the term Ayurveda. What does this term mean? Well, the term Ayurveda refers to one of the most ancient medicne and treatment methods. In the Sanskrit language, Ayurveda is a combination of the words ‘Ayuh’ which means life and ‘Veda’ which means knowledge or science. Based from these two meanings, it is very correct to say that Ayurveda refers to the science of how to live in a healthy way. The main goals of the Ayurvedic medicine are to preserve the health as well as to cure the body that is suffering or being affected by the disease.
Ayurveda is becoming more and more popular because most people across the world are in search of the alternative medications. According to the Ayurvedic experts, Ayurveda is indeed not an alternative medicine since it is one of the oldest medical sciences that are known to man. The origin of Ayurvedic medicine can be traced to about 5,000 years ago.
Ayurveda is not just like any other herbal medicine. It is an extra ordinary way of living happy and healthy life. The Ayurvedic medicine is capable of effectively complementing the modern conventional medicines. The Ayurveda treatment aims at not only treating the symptoms of the disease but also in the strengthening of the body immunity system.
Because of the very many benefits of the Ayurvedic medicine, the Ayurveda holidays at the health resorts in Sri Lanka have become very popular among tourists from all the corners of the world. Regardless of the differences in skin color, language and religion, we all face the similar problem and risk of being attacked by diseases.
The Ayurveda is a triple medication therapy that treats your body, mind and spirit. Most of the modern drugs that we term as effective treat the mind only. Ayurvedic treatment is based on the principle and belief that the human mind and the body are directly related and they affect each other. Any medication that treats the body only or the mind only can not be termed as effective.
If you want to stay healthy and revitalized it is recommended that you undertake Ayurveda holidays in Sri Lanka. These holidays will accord you the opportunity of getting and benefiting the most out of the Tri Dosha doctrine which in other words refers to the three most vital forces namely the Vayu (wind), Pita (bile) and the Kapha (phlegm).
The Vayu basically refers to that way in which the energy is transmitted within the body. In the modern medicine that refers to the hormonal activity, nerve impulses and the contraction of muscles. Pita signifies the body metabolism and internal production. Kapha refers to the protective fluid which protects the body’s internal linings.
Whenever you feel tired and exhausted it is the best time to revitalize your body at the health resorts in Sri Lanka. You will be offered professional treatments by the Sri Lankan and Indian Ayurvedic experts.