Ayurveda is a natural health branch of science to the world but in India, it is the ancient culture surviving. It is rapidly spreading its wings to influence everyone with the natural remedies for effective treatment for the human body.
It is said that the oldest iron has the most rust. It is akin to the saying with Ayurveda. The ancient practice has many myths related to it but the facts are different.
Myth 1: Ayurveda is just about Granny’s Home Remedies.
Fact: Ayurveda is a holistic system of medicine that involves both preventive and curativ strategies employing natural herbs, minerals, healthy diet, oil massages, exertion-free exercises, etc. to reduce stress, tune body’s natural rhythm, and to harmonize between human and nature. Home remedies are just a part of it practiced at homes.
Myth 2: Ayurvedic Treatment Acts Too Slow.
Fact: It targets the root cause of the disease, ensures complete healing, and reinstates the body’s defences against the disease. Also, the time taken for curing an illness through ayurvedic approach depends on the extent of imbalance present and the time for which it’s being carried. Ironically, Ayurveda is the last approached therapy when the damage has already spread its roots.
Myth 3: One Needs No Specialization To Practice Ayurveda.
Fact: Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine that has a scientific and systematic way of practicing it. It’s a science not a magic and person practicing it must be qualified, properly trained, licensed, and an experienced ayurvedic doctor. Not every ayurvedic clinic has an experienced ayurvedic doctor.
One of the ancient medical practices breathing in the world is getting popular with every day passing and gaining confidence in Melbourne, and major cities and countries all over. No matter how many myths surround it, it is still considered one of the most reliable branches of health science.