Get Back To Our Roots With Ayurveda For Healthy Living
The Kitchen Of Ayurveda
We can find the mention of this 5000-year-old natural healing system in our Vedas. Ayurveda is a treasure of herbs that focuses on the balance of tri-doshas(Vata, Pitta and Kapha) in the human body. It targets the root cause of the problem instead of targeting the symptoms to eliminate the problem from the body.
We all are the children of our mother earth, and to heal our sufferings mother earth has blessed us with the natural healing process of Ayurveda. Ayurveda is known to treat diseases that are sometimes untreatable with the help of modern medicine. It is derived from the roots, leaves, branches of the plants, Ayurveda is pure and cruelty-free as it doesn’t harm any life during the cultivation.
Immense Power To Support Life
We can’t deny the fact that our ancestors were treated with the natural system of medicines to treat their sufferings in the past and they lived a healthy life throughout their lifespan. Ayurveda is not just limited to the field of medicine but its reach is beyond the living. The knowledge of plant-based medicines and the human body has brightened up every aspect of human life.
Ayurveda believes that the human body is composed of five elements of the universe Air, Water, Space, Earth and Fire. Together these elements indicate the existence of tri-doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha). If any of these doshas goes unbalanced, the body falls sick. Ayurveda tries to achieve the balance between these doshas for a healthy mind and body. This not only leads to living but a healthy living.
The Need To Switch
Till now it is evident enough that Ayurveda has transformed millions of lives in the past and carries the potential to transform many more if it gets an opportunity to involve in our lives. We all are living a fast and stressful life that is not only impacting our expectancy of life but also our quality of life. It’s the right time to go back to our roots and adopt Ayurveda back for peaceful and healthy living. If you think that an immediate switch will be difficult then you can start with a little at the beginning. Just follow the steps below as a beginner and take a step forward for healthy living.
Step 1- Drink enough water to clean your system in the morning.
Step 2- Add Ayurvedic herbs and spices from the kitchen to your food.
Step 3- Slow down your eating and enjoy every bite well.
Step 4- Focus on the activities that you love and enjoy.
Step 5- Take out time to meditate or have a brisk walk.
So, just start with these small things in your mind and you are all set for a healthy living.