Ayurveda belongs to us. This divine land of India has bestowed this sacred science of medicine and indeed lifestyle to the world. Our rishis strived the hardest portion of their lives. They underwent deep penance in the silent woods and caves of the Himalayas.
So that every being on this earth prospers. He is healthy, wealthy and wise lifelong.
They made several formulations which found their ways into our kitchens and daily practices. Our rishis never believed the culture of patents. They only counted themselves as visionaries of the knowledge.
This is the reason why Ayurveda still stands strong after numerous attempts on it by global lobbies to prove it as a quackery.
Ayurveda is Timeless
Yet, you can observe how happy the people undergoing ayurvedic treatments in ayurvedic clinics feel. Visit any panchakarma centre and you’ll be astonished to see how well the Ayurvedic doctors study a patient’s body and mind before starting treatment.
An Ayurvedic treatment is a complete lifestyle change rather than a band aid on symptoms.
But, one question still remains. How well are we carrying on this blessed legacy? How well do we connect to this ancient science of Ayurveda?
This is how the renowned Merriam Webster dictionary describes the term ‘Nutraceutical’.
“A foodstuff (such as a fortified food or dietary supplement) that provides health benefits in addition to its basic nutritional value”
Emergence of Nutraceuticals
Tracing the etymology, the term ‘Nutraceutical’ was first used in 1990. It is a portmanteau of Nutritive and Pharmaceutical.
Yes. The term ‘Pharmaceutical’ is old enough.
Get it simple. People are forgetting their ancestral wisdom about health. They are not taking their health in their own hands.
Hence, we took the formulations of nutrition from Ayurveda, fortified them into supplements and providing them to you.
This has certain benefits.
You can be in touch with your body while carrying on your metro city’s hustle-bustle 9 to 5 life. The transitions of your life would be smooth.
You can take care of your health before it is too late.
Similarities Between Ayurveda and Nutraceuticals
The essence of Ayurveda and Nutraceuticals is the same. It is important to eliminate the problems from the root rather than fixing the symptoms.
When your car is supposed to run only on Petrol, there are no chances that it will run on Diesel. If you persist putting diesel in its tank, there’re high chances its engine will break down.
Every system needs a treatment in the long run, not a short-term solution.
Let’s come back to the car’s example. To treat your car with a broken engine, you have to get it repaired and then refill it with petrol, not diesel.
Same goes with human bodies. Put the right fuel. In case of a breakdown, the root cause has to be treated.
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