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  1. AYURVEDA Jinu Jose C C2 Roll No. 12

  2. CONTENT • Introduction • Definition • Methods of Ayurveda • Divisions of Ayurveda • Why Ayurveda • Balancing the 3 Principle Energy of Body • Birth of Doshas • Reference

  3. INTRODUCTION • Ayurveda is Indian’s traditional, natural system of medicine • Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word that means “Science of Life” • Ayurveda developed by the Seers(Rishis) and natural scientists through centuries of observation, experiments, discuss and meditations

  4. DEFINITION • Ayurveda is the traditional hindu system of medicine which uses Diet, Herbal treatment and Yogic breathing

  5. Methods of Ayurveda • In Ayurveda, the diagnosis and treatment of diseases are based on the information derived from Two areas • Examination of the patient(Rogi Pariksa) • Examination of the disease(Roga Pariksa)

  6. Rogi Pariksa consists of 3 Steps • Darsana –Examination by Inspection • Sparsana –Examination by Touch • Prasna –Examination by interrogation • Darsana, Sparsana and Prasna together comprise “Trividha Pariksa” – the three fold method of clinical examinitation

  7. Divisions of Ayurveda • Developed by Nagarjuna in 6th century • They are • Kaya-chikitsa (Internal Medicine) • Shalakya Tantra (surgery and treatment of head and neck, Ophthalmology and ear, nose, throat) • Shalya Tantra (Surgery) • Agada Tantra (Toxicology)

  8. Bhuta Vidya (Psychiatry) • Kaumara bhritya (Pediatrics) • Rasayana (science of rejuvenation or anti-ageing) • Vajikarana (the science of fertility and aphrodisiac)

  9. WHY AYURVEDA? • Health maintenance rather than disease treatment • System of diet and lifestyle • enhance the quality of life by dealing with subtle trends that might lead to actual disease • Compatible with those whose beliefs include naturalistic, spiritual and consciousness-oriented approaches • Often require intentional and sustained self-discipline, perseverance and active personal role.

  10. Balancing The 3 Principle Energies of The Body

  11. Vata • Is the subtle energy associated with movement • composed of Space and Air • It governs breathing, blinking, muscle and tissue movement, pulsation of theheart, and all movements in the cytoplasm and cellmembranes • In balance, vata promotes creativity andflexibility

  12. Pitta • expresses as the body’s metabolic system • made up of Fire and Water • It governs digestion, absorption, assimilation, nutrition, metabolism and body temperature • In balance, pitta promotes understanding and intelligence

  13. Kapha • is the energy that forms the body’s structure • bones, muscles, tendons • provides the “glue” that holds the cells together, formed from Earth and Water • It supplies the water for all bodily parts and systems • Kapha lubricates joints, moisturizes the skin, and maintains immunity • In balance, kapha is expressed as love, calmness and forgiveness

  14. Because of the out of balance of Vata, Pita & Kapha Birth of Doshas

  15. Vata

  16. Pitta

  17. Kapha

  18. Reference • www.wikipedia.com • www.jiva.com • www.ayurveda-herbs.com • www.ayurvedacures.com • www.ayurveda-foryou.com • www.atharvayurveda.com

  19. THANKS