Ayurveda / / August 12, 2017
No medicine is not a panacea, though thanks to the ocean of time spent and the efforts of alchemists grand-Tantrikas some mineral preparations almost fit under the name of the all-healing.On the other hand, the drug can be anything - even maggots, which can kill, destroying healthy tissue of the body, but they can also save lives by eating necrotic education.There is nothing absolutely wrong and absolutely good: white sugar, for example, when applied externally weakens during inflammation and promotes healing of wounds, and in the excessive use of inward can cause devastating consequences.Cabbage juice can cure ulcers, but overreliance on raw cabbage can cause goiter."What is all-healing?" - Asks the ancient text, and replied: "Nothing."It is interesting to note that the validity of this judgment also applies to the most "personal" as a remedy."Do not do anything - it is also a method of treatment," explains the text and insists on limiting activity in many diseases.The ability to treat, in essence, boil
The modern world offers a choice of dozens of treatments.Many of them are really effective, but no single method can not be effective anytime, anywhere.Except for moderation, which is good always, and crimes such as rape, which is never anything good is not, words such as "never" and "always", not in the dictionary of Ayurveda.Each individual is moving in its own way.Species diversity of spiritual and physical imbalance in people of different constitutions, besides living under different climatic conditions, requires differences in therapeutic approaches.To balance the doshas in Ayurveda uses impact on all five senses.This includes cleaning procedures, and surgery, and use of drugs, and moxibustion, and diet, and herbs, and minerals, and massage combined with exercise, and acupuncture and manipulation Marmi and yoga and Indian classical dance, andaromatherapy and essential oils of flowers and gems, and potentiated preparations, eg homeopathic and color therapy, and meditation, and visualization, and hymns, and religious action.Although acupuncture, apparently, was not in the classical Ayurveda, nonetheless, it fits well into the overall Ayurvedic approach.
Some treatments in India have lost their former, presumably more widespread.This happened with the method of contrast, or polarity, therapy, to use a modern term.This method has emerged as the development of the doctrine of the nadi, and now he is engaged in the popularization of Dr. Randolph Stone.Other methods, on the contrary, are increasingly popular, and we can not ignore yoga.For centuries, Indian yogis have used yoga for health purposes, and now, some Ayurvedic physicians have turned it into a science called "yoga therapy", and Yoga in this therapy is far from traditional.Other manipulations with vitality include procedures such as manual or tactile therapy.Mantras, which are very widely used in medicine times Atharvave-dy, some therapists are used now, but their use is limited by the range of people who really known the mystery of treatment with them.The mantra should resonate in a special way in the appropriate part of the body and must be repeated with a certain intention and intonation.In general, for medicinal purposes can be used absolutely any material, as "real" and "unreal" - if only it was known how to use them.