My father Vaidya Shiv Shankar Prasad is also a very good Ayurvedic doctor. My grandfather Vaidya Bhagwat Prasad was a very good Ayurvedic doctor. In his time, hundreds of patients of the country and abroad have got rid of their disease. Even today, we have the details of hundreds of patients from abroad through them.
The biggest feature is that we do not use any kind of chemical in the medicine during the treatment or advice of our patients. If the need arises for a single patient in an emergency, we give necessary instructions to him.
During my practice, I have relieved thousands of desperate patients from their disease through the herbs and ashes of Ayurveda. We have a lot of details of which testimonials are available with us. Even today we are always devoted to Ayurveda. We have full experience in curing thousands of patients as per our advice or just during the treatment of our patients. Nevertheless, we are always striving for new research. Which we can go ahead and achieve 100% success in our field of work.
Ayurveda can be defined as a system, which uses the inherent principles of nature, to help maintain health in a person by keeping the individual’s body, mind and spirit in perfect equilibrium with nature.
Ayurveda is a Sanskrit term, made up of the words “ayus” and “veda.” “Ayus” means life and “Veda” means knowledge or science. The term “ayurveda” thus means ‘the knowledge of life’ or ‘the science of life’.
Widely regarded as the oldest form of healthcare in the world, Ayurveda is an intricate medical system that originated in India thousands of years ago. The fundamentals of Ayurveda can be found in Hindu scriptures called the Vedas — the ancient Indian books of wisdom. The Rig Veda, which was written over 6,000 years ago, contains a series of prescriptions that can help humans overcome various ailments.
The aim of this system is to prevent illness, heal the sick and preserve life.
This can be summed up as follows:
Ayurveda is based on the premise that the universe is made up of five elements: air, fire, water, earth and ether. These elements are represented in humans by three “doshas”, or energies: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
When any of the doshas accumulate in the body beyond the desirable limit, the body loses its balance. Every individual has a distinct balance, and our health and well-being depend on getting a right balance of the three doshas (“tridoshas“). Ayurveda suggests specific lifestyle and nutritional guidelines to help individuals reduce the excess dosha.