Ayurveda Medicine and usage of Herbs and Spices
Herbs and Spices
“Herbs and Spices are used since the ages in giving the flavor to the food we consume each day and more even as Medicine in every tradition be it the East or West.”
Traditional Indian medicine (or Ayurveda) is becoming increasingly popular worldwide, with many chronic lifestyle ailments showing better results and lesser re-occurrences. While the conventional mainstream medicinal practice has its dominance with emergency care, acute care, Surgical interventions, and Infection management to a huge extent, but it is not disregarded that it does not always outperform traditional ayurvedic approaches in lifestyle and Immune-related ailments.
Conventional as compared to the traditional medicine systems frequently relies on lifelong medication, and the percentage of dependencies on this medicine is always greater, added to that medications do have side-effects and withdrawal symptoms. In and counter circumstances.
Ayurveda with its base of FOOD as MEDICINE has much to offer with a wide range of Herbs and Spice to check on these lifestyle disorders.
General studies have shown that clients on Ayurveda Herbs and Spice with a complimentary dietary regime, Yoga and associated breathing exercises respond well, experiencing a reduction, and sometimes even a cessation, of their symptoms. Most patients begin to take conventional medications as soon as their diagnoses are made, so ayurvedic treatments are usually undergone alongside and/or after conventional medical approaches.
Food plays a major role in ayurvedic practice by supporting the body’s healing processes. Metabolic diseases and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract are directly influenced by food. Food can also indirectly affect diseases of the skin, muscles, and joints, as well as any neurological, gynecological, and psychological disease.
Infrequent consumption is unlikely to cause a problem, but frequent consumption of inappropriate foods will cause disease or worsen existing disease. Advice on food depends not only on the disease but also on the disease condition and the dosha involved. Because of this, food advice may change throughout the course of a disease, depending on the stage reached. Interactions between foods and medicines are a major issue. The advice given with regard to food must take account of the medicines prescribed.
Some of the commonly used Ayurveda Herbs and Spices
Curcuma / Turmeric: Anti-inflammatory and anticarcinogenic action.
Ginger: Anti-inflammatory, Carminative,
Tulsi / Holy Basil: Immune booster, Goos to relieve mucous in Respiratory disorders
Moringa : Immune booster, Increases WBC to fight against any chronic infections.
Aswagandha : Strength giver, Boost immunity.
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