sl2The word Ayurveda has derived from a Sanskrit word ‘Ayu’ meaning ‘Life’ and ‘Veda’ meaning ‘Knowledge’. Therefore, Ayurveda stands for the science of life and holistic wellbeing. World’s oldest documented body of holistic medical knowledge, Ayurveda is a system of oils, herbs, and plants originating in India over thousands of years. The fundamental concept and philosophy of Ayurveda entirely rest upon the notion of harmony. In Ayurveda, true health and wellness can only be achieved through making a fine harmony between the soul, mind, and body.

Owing to its principles of harmony, simplicity, purity, and focus on emotional, physical and spiritual health, Ayurveda is as relevant in our modern society as it was ever before. Through making some small changes in our daily routines and incorporating Ayurvedic principles, we achieve a healthier mind and body. According to Ayurveda, waking up early in the morning, doing meditation, little physical exercise, some Yoga, and walking will give you a fresh and rejuvenated mind and body. By doing so, you will find yourself more energetic, alert, and cheerful each new day.

When it comes to food, Ayurveda suggests you to keep hydrated by drinking a lot of water and adding herbs and spices to your diet. Using spices and herbs, such as coriander, mint, basil, cumin, sesame, black pepper and turmeric, and eating fresh vegetables and fruits like amla, oranges, apple, carrots, and bitter gourd etc. will clean toxins from your body as well as keep you healthy, fit and fine.

Starting your day with some Yoga postures will certainly help you consolidate your focus, regulate your breathing and calm your inner self. In the last few years, Ayurvedic treatments, products, exercise postures, and other notions have become very popular throughout the globe.