What is Ayurveda?
Live healthy and heal gently. Ayurveda is the medicine of the future.
Small introduction with a big impact
Ayurveda is a science, which deals not only with healthy living but also with longevity. The areas come together under this roof Diet, lifestyle, exercise, relaxation, sleep, meditation, breathing exercises, medicinal herbs and cleansing/rejuvenation measures.
The so-called universal energies are described by the five elements space (also called ether), air, fire, water and earth. In Ayurvedic teaching, one assumes that a person has an innate precise constitution, the so-called Doshas:
• Vata (energies: ether and air) - represents movement
• Pitta (energies: fire and water) - represents the conversion of matter into energy (i.e. digestion and metabolism)
• Kapha (water and earth energies) - represents solidity and structure
In fact, this particular constitution is established at conception. In modern science, there is talk of the "genetic code" or "blueprint". At birth, a person brings new, unique physical, mental, and emotional dispositions and idiosyncrasies into the world.
Health and energy are there - right from the start. But increasing age, lack of sleep, stress, experiences, feelings, the seasons, the environment, the fast pace of life as well as the quantity and quality of the food consumed and much more have made us what we are today.
Are you one of those energetic people who enjoy robust health? Then congratulations! You've probably done everything right so far. However, for a large number of people this is not the case. Here he wants Ayurveda helping and healing intervention. That is the keyword for us from the Ayurveda paradise.
Your companion towards health
But where exactly in Ayurveda is the fascination for the people of the west? Is it India - the land of colors? Elephants, incense sticks and gurus? Or is it the millennia-old tradition in Ayurveda that is invoked again and again?
But doesn't the West boast of advanced medicine and science? During the 300-year colonial period, the British even banned the practice of Ayurveda and introduced the railway, whiskey, the English language and Western medicine as compensation. Thank you that Ayurveda could survive in people's minds!
Well, viewed soberly, the search for the meaning of life also plays a role, which people in the "wealthy" part of the world are so concerned about for a variety of reasons.
And the loss of trust - trust in medicine, in the food industry, in politics. But maybe it's just the vague feeling deep inside us that tells us: "Something is wrong here - better - something is missing!".
Yes - there are these people who haven't forgotten how to listen to your inner voice. And who have an inkling that nothing pertaining to our existence can be viewed in isolation, as everything is naturally connected.
Ayurveda is a holistic system that affects all areas of life and that connects all areas of life with each other. As a result, the understanding of illness also differs from that of the Western view.
From this point of view, the Ayurveda paradise was brought into our lives. The result: an online shop for Ayurveda products with relevant background information.
The distribution of effective and high-quality extracts and essences is very important to us. But there is also a need for clarification on the subject. Who responsibility for his health takes over, makes himself smart. With the Ayurveda Magazine we hit the mark with all interested parties.
Health is our passion
Very few people are exclusively healthy and full of energy throughout their lives. Many are looking for advice and help, feeling abandoned. They are all heard in Ayurveda. Her unique constitution is discussed here. The positive consequences are energy and real health.
We at the Ayurveda Paradise would be very happy if we could soon count you among the followers of this millennia-old and therefore most extensive of all healing arts. Let yourself be infected by our enthusiasm and our knowledge. You have our promise that we will do our best to help you get or stay healthy. If you have any questions, you may feel free to contact us. We are looking forward to it. Namaste! (Indian greeting)