Prakrithi - Type and Characters | Dr Franklins Ayurveda Center

Prakrithi - type and characters Every person is born with a unique body composition or physical constitution namely Prakrithi. It reflects the dominance of a particular dosha and determines all functions of the body. The health and the disease are related with and controlled by the prakrithi. An example of importance of knowing prakrithi is almost explained simply like this, if a person is born with Vatha prakrithi and his diet is rich in Vatha promoting substances then he is likely to dev...

Power yourself with Rithucharya for healthy living

  Different types of seasons occur in different parts of the world. Ayurveda elaborates the seasons and their features. Many health tips are given for prevention of diseases and also for health care prevention during these weather conditions. • Utharayana - Adana kala - Northern Solstice - Mid January - Mid July • During this, strong sun rays and pace winds bring about Dryness and absorb moisture from the earth. The three seasons of this period are - o Shishira Ritu - Mag...

Do yoga daily, stay young and fit | Dr franklin's ayurveda center

The word "Yoga" is very powerful and this word comes from Sanskrit. Yoga could be altered to suit all levels of wellness. Yoga is good for health, mind and freshens one's body and mind.Yoga has a great importance in reducing pressure and stress..Yoga promotes specific changes in muscles, joints and organs.Yoga helps in improving physical and emotional well being of a person. Yoga uses asana (stances - centered focus around particular body parts) and pranayama (breathing metho...

History of Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a complete or holistic system that integrates the mind, body and spirit.The knowledge now we have as Ayurveda is primarily derived from the classic heritage of India.Ayurveda was revealed in the pre-vedic India. Ancient Indian knowledge were recorded and retrieved as Vedas. They are having a lot of information and references on health and treatments. Many species of special herbs were described in Vedas. Atharva Veda is the main source of Ayurveda. The essence of Ayurveda is as vibra...

Relation between body, mind and soul

The soul or the self is ultimately responsible for giving the body its life force. In indirect ways, it guides and leads our behavior and actions in the physical form. When the soul selects to leave the physical body, the body dies. The soul is energetic by the qualities like desire, hatred, comfort, misery, intelligence and effort. The mind is the interactive mechanism between the body and the soul. The mind records and filters emotions and registers nerve impulses generated by the body. The ...

Branches in Ayurveda | dr franklin's ayurveda center

Ayurveda believes in special treatment for different body parts.Ayurveda, being a vast science is divided into 8 branches and they are, 1) Kaya chikitsa 2) Bala chikitsa 3) Graha chikitsa 4) Urdhvanga chikitsa 5) Shalya chikitsa 6) Visha chikitsa 7) Rasayana chikitsa 8) Vajikarana chikitsa Kaya Chikitsa deals with the treatment of general ailments, such as fever, diarrhea, cough etc. Bala Chikitsa deals with the treatment of children. This is also called kaumara brithya. Graha...

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