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introduction of Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a traditional medicine system in India used to addressmany disorders in modern days and is now practiced by people in almost all parts of the world. Ayurveda literally means “life knowledge”. The method of Ayurveda holistic health care emphasizes balancing the spirit, mind, and body. Understood to be the most holistic and oldest medical system in the world, Ayurveda came around in 3,000 BC. The wisdom passed down from four types of“Vedas” (the ancient Indian spiritual texts), each of which describes the principles of health. This 5,000-year-oldmedicinal practice focuses on harmonizing the body through medication and yoga, herbal remedies, exercise, lifestyle, and body cleansing. Most people consider it as the sister science of yoga.


In Ayurveda, it is said the functioning and components of nature are similar to the body functions. The five great elements have their origin from ‘PanchaTanmatra’. In Sanskrit, Tanmatra means subtle essence and incarnates to form 5 great elements, Shabda (sound),Roopa (vision),Sparsha (Touch), Gnadha (smell) and Rasa (taste). They are related to each organ sense. PanchaMahabhuta theory states that all the creatures of the universe exist with the composition of these five basic elements. The PanchaMahabhuta five elements consist of:


This is described as the space in which everything happens. It means having the freedom to move. Ether is the distance that separates matter and it exists in space. Ether is non-resistance and receptive to what is true. Space is also considered as a vessel that receives all impressions of the human body. It is believed to accept love in the heart.


This represents the solid state of matter. It symbolizes permanence, rigidity, and stability. The human body consists of cells, tissue, teeth, and bones as the manifestation of the earth. Ayurveda is focused on stability as the prerequisite of a human being living a happy life.


A certain amount of power is needed, which is provided by fire in order to convert solid into liquid, to vapor and back again to its natural state. The fire has the power to change everything from one state to another. In our bodies, fire is represented in a form of energy that converts food to fat and muscles and binds atoms together. It creates an impulse of nervous reaction and even our thought process.


Another element of Ayurveda is water. Water represents the liquid state of matter and is a prerequisite for the survival of mankind and all living creatures. Water is very important for smooth functioning of the human body because 70% of the body is made up of water. In addition, water fluids like lymph and blood move through our vessels and between cells providing the energy required. Water regulates the body temperature and without stability, water is just a form.


Air is mobile and dynamic. It is represented in the form of oxygen within the body and acts as the basis of all energy transfer reactions. It is the bias requirement of survival and is directly required to produce energy. Air is also one of the important elements in Ayurveda.


The principle of Doshas is at the heart of Ayurveda and it means the bodily humor that makes up a person’s constitution.

A person's constitution determines what a person is naturally attracted to and what causes a person to become out of balance and sick. Our constitution determines how we relate to the environment. The wise individual, with this knowledge, creates an environment that is supportive to who they are as a unique individual. Ayurveda teaches that where there is harmony with our environment, there is health; where there is disharmony, there is disease

So, while many people agree that “We Are What We Eat”, Ayurveda takes this a step further and teaches “We Are What We Eat, Smell, Touch, Hear, and See”.

Ayurveda, helps people to understand their constitution and how to create a harmonious environment. The three types are ‘Constitution’ or ‘Doshas’ are Vata, Pitta and Kapha.


People of Vata nature have a predominance of the qualities cold, light, dry and mobile. They tend to become cold easily and often prefer to wear a sweater or shawl even when others are not cold. They are often of lower body weight, and this is reflected in their long narrow bones. People of Vata nature often experience dry skin, dry eyes and a dry colon which causes a tendency toward constipation and gas. Their mobile nature is seen in their fast speech patterns and chatty nature. It can also be seen in their tendency to become scattered and more easily overwhelmed. People of Vata nature often have a fragile, nervous disposition. Their challenges often revolve around staying focused.


People of Pitta nature are most often hot. They are likely to be the first people to want to put on the air conditioner and they are likely to kick off the covers on a warm night. Heat often builds up in the intestines and leads to softer and looser stools or diarrhea. Pitta people usually have moderate body builds, not very heavy or very thin with good muscular development. Their skin may be prone to red rashes or acne and is often oily. People of pitta nature often have a clear but sharp way of communicating. They most often have a passionate and intense disposition. Their challenge revolves around a lack of patience.


People of Kapha nature are most often heavy, cool, slow and moist. Because of their heavy nature, they have a stocky body build and their natural body type is denser than others. Their bones are shorter and thicker. Often their neck appears to be sitting close to their shoulders and their fingers are short and thick. What really identifies a person of Kapha nature is their slower, easy going nature. These people speak and move slowly, and are not likely to get upset. They often have a sweet and gentle disposition. Their challenges revolve around difficulty getting motivated, or lacking spontaneity.

Ayurveda teaches that we are all growing, learning and evolving, and that by understanding our nature we can evolve faster and learn to appreciate ourselves and others.

Each constitutional type has its unique gifts. People of Vata nature have the capacity for divine enthusiasm and inspiration. They are often creative and in touch with the subtle world in ways Pitta and Kapha can only imagine. People of Pitta nature have the capacity for clarity of mind that allows them to become great leaders and teachers of humanity. People of Kapha nature can be a deep well of love, gentle kindness and nurturance.

Ayurveda Meets You

At Amazing Ayurveda, we are passionate about bringing to you quality products based on Ayurvedic principles. Our range of products helps to counter the Doshas imbalances and to achieve a healthy lifestyle and well-being.

We source our ingredients with great care and use only organically grown Cold Pressed Oils in our massage oils, steam distilled ultra pure Essential Oils in our aromatherapy and beauty care products, andherbs that arecarefully picked at their peak freshness go into our herbal supplements. We promote sustainable agriculture practices that protect our environment and following environmentally friendly manufacturing. All Amazing Ayurveda products are manufactured in a GMP certified facility, under strict quality control guidelines.