The word Ayurveda derived from AYU and VEDA. AYU means life VEDA means science or knowledge. Ayurveda means the science of life. Charaka defines "That science is designated as Ayurveda which deals with advantage and disadvantage as well as happy and unhappy states of life along with what is good and bad for life, its measurement and the life itself (Charaka Sutra 1 - 4)"
The theory of Ayurveda understands the five elements as the root cause of existence, a metaphysics common to all ancient cultures. The five elements appear in different combinations in each of us and form our unique individuality. They work in combination to form the tri-dosha system, Namely Vata , Pita and Kapha. Vata Dosha, representing ether and air; Pita Dosha representing fire and water; and Kapha Dosha, representing water and earth.
Your Ayurvedic doctor acts as a guide to help you bring those elements that you lack by restructuring/Rescheduling your lifestyle. Every course of Ayurvedic treatment begins with an in-depth personal examination, or Prakruti analysis, to identify the exact balance of elements ruling your body and mind.
THE AYURVEDIC HERBAL GARDEN
At Nature Care Village we have setup a Herbal garden to conserve The ayurvedic herbs ,both common and rare varieties ,organic and sourced throughout india, some popular ones are Satavari(Asparagus racemosus) , Giloy(Tinospora cordifolia) , Akarkara(Anacyclus pyrethrum). as the farm is located in the foothills of great himalyas and next to the national reserve most of these herbs grow wildly around here, so the climate is very suitable for enriching the healing properties of these miraculous herbs.
You are most welcome to for the day visit to have a free tour of the garden explaining the properties and usage of these herbs by our experts, the same herbs are used for treatment in our newly built panchkarma bhawan.
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