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Ayurvedic Medicine

Ayurvedic Medicine is a holistic system of healing which developed over 5000 years ago in India by Brahmin sages. This ancient system strives to establish and maintain a proper balance of various life energies within each person, rather than focusing on treatment of individual symptoms. Ayurvedic medicine holds that each individual has a particular constitutional makeup unique to them. Thus, it recommends that treatment regimens take into account these constitutional differences. A core idea in Ayurveda is that though two people may appear to have the same outward symptoms, their energetic constitutions may be very different and therefore require quite different remedies. Ayurveda encourages people to live a life of balance according to the laws of Nature, thereby promoting harmony between the individual and Nature. Ayurveda uses proper nutrition, lifestyle, and herbal medicines to help people restore wholeness and harmony within themselves.