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Introduction to Ayurveda 
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Welcome to the Planet Ayurveda ( The world of Natural science ). Yes, Ayurveda Is indeed a science, a perfect science of Medicine which not only helps to cure the diseases from its root cause but at the same time it guides the person regarding how to remain healthy.

As we have already mentioned in the home page that as per laymans language we can say that Ayurveda can be considered as the booklet of life which guides the person regarding how to remain healthy and also how to cure the diseases .Now as per the Original definition of Ayurveda :-

Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word which is made up by the combination of Two words- Ayus + Veda = Ayurveda.


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A system of self-care that originated in India more than 5000 years ago, Ayurveda is becoming very popular all over the world, with hundreds of healers incorporating it into their practices and thousands of people using its well-tried principles and therapies to improve their well-being.

The Vedic word ayurveda has two root words--ayu and veda. Every root word in the Vedic tradition has its own definition--thus, ayu has its own definition and so does veda. Literally and concisely, ayu means "life" and ved means "science." According to this translation, ayurveda means "the science of life." But the Vedic texts expand on these definitions to offer us a more complete understanding, and our ayurvedic expert Vaidya Rama Kant Mishra has explained some of these expanded statements.


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Sivananda ashram Yoga retreat Bahamas provides all information about Ayurveda, ayurved, ayurvedic medicine, ayurvedic treatment, basics of ayurveda.

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