Ayurveda is system of medicine, which is very close to nature. It is also termed as self-healing. These natural medicines are the best ways to heal, nourish and balance your whole system. The Ayurveda follow the processes which were followed in ancient times that everything can be cured by the herbs, minerals and metal substances found in nature. The main aim of Ayurveda is to make the balance between bodies, mind and soul. It is also considered that Ayurveda can heal or cure any type of disease that is tough to heal in any field of medical. It can be an important aspect in determining out early stages of any disease, which is not yet detected in any other medical investigations.
Ayurvedic medicines are wholly and solely made from herbs which are present in nature so are with no side effects. They work effectively and fight against the root of the diseases and all infections this helping in quick recovery.
Ayurveda mainly works on to increase immunity, promote health and cure many diseases by maintaining equilibrium and do repair imbalance in body. It helps us to understand the importance environment on our total health.
In Ayurveda herbs are very important its importance can be defined in terms of
- Herbs give permanent relief from different disease by removing toxins from our body. They are catalyst in immunity booster and act as blood cleanser.
- Some herbs help in healing of wounds and in various skin treatments. E.g. of these types are herbs are honey, alovera, turmeric and marshmallow.
- Many herbs are helpful in removing poison from our body (like snake bite) they are also called as antivenomous agents.
- Some herbs have anti-inflammatory properties. They reduce heat produced in our body due to various agents. E.g. Of these herbs are sandalwood, safflower and black pepper.
- In Ayuerveda herbs are considered having high medicine value and antiseptic properties. Herbs which can be included in this group are sandalwood,alovera,tulsi,turmeric.
Important aspect of Ayurveda is that it follows principle, treating the basic cause of disease; it insists that focus of medicine should be patient rather than disease and lastly the preparation of medicines should be purely from natural resources.