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Introduction to Ayurveda

What has to exist, exists, no matter what way the world changes. Any science, that is applicable survives through different generations and flows from one generation to another. Nature has its unique way to make ro break a system and we remain just an onlooker, erased by the passage of time!


Ayurveda as science has faced the turmoil of all times. It is still emerging as a leading alternative health care system. It is the oldest science of health care ever. The written documents dates back around 5000 years, but the oral tradition of Ayurveda is timeless.

There are three basic biological humours described by Ayurveda, known also as tri-energies or doshas. These tri-energies are found in every living thing and are responsible for health or disease. Their balance is health or harmony, their imbalance means disease or chaos.

These tri-energies govern all the processes in all levels of our life:

  • Vata governs all movement.
  • Pitta governs all heat and transformation.
  • Kapha governs all growth, structure and lubrication.


Our diet, life style, our bevaviour, our emontions and even the change of seasons all have impact on these energies. The main principal of healing in Ayurveda is keep Vatta, Pitta and Kapha balanced by changes in our lifestyle, our thoughts, our diet and trough understanding better nature. Thankfully we have powerfull herbal medicines to helps us on this way.

„Samadosha samagnisch samadhatu malakriya Prasanna atma mana swastha iti abhidhiyate.“

(Sanskrit Verse)

It means: Having a balanced state of Doshas, Agni (digestive fire), Dhatus (tissues) and normal functioning of Mala (waste products), cheerful state of Atman (soul), sensory organs and mind are the symptoms of healthy life.