Ayurveda, the ancient health care practice, is used in India for over 3000 years now. Unlike western medications, which focuses on treating a disease, Ayurvedic medication offers an alternative treatment to achieve and maintain good health, and thereby keep away the diseases.
Ayurvedic treatment works by altering one’s diet and lifestyles to ensure balance between mind, body and soul. Once this balance is achieved, an individual experiences great strength in combating diseases.
Ayurvedic treatment is not something like one size fits all. In fact, health care is an extremely individualized practice in Ayurveda. As per Ayurvedic principles, every individual in constituted differently (has an individual ‘Prakruti’). This Prakruti determines one’s physical and mental character.
Now, Prakruti is made from three life forces – known as doshas in Ayurveda. Every individual is made up of these 3 doshas, but one or two out of them are more dominant. As per Ayurveda, factors like unhealthy diet, stress, tense relationships, weather, etc. influence the balance between the doshas. These unbalanced doshas are what make an individual more vulnerable to diseases.
This is the reason why Ayurveda doesn’t concentrate on the disease itself, but an individual’s vulnerability. Also, this clears why most of the Ayurvedic treatments including individualized diets, yoga, meditations, etc. are aimed at keeping a person healthy and not curing the disease.
Using Ayurveda against Covid19
In the midst of the current pandemic situation when people across the globe are looking for natural ways to boost their immunity, Indian states like Haryana, Goa, and Kerala have already turned to Ayurvedic medication.
Probably Ayurvedic medication is the reason why Kerala has achieved the lowest death rate and highest recovery rate in the present situation. 5.75% is the average mortality rate in the world, 3% is in India and 0.58% is in Kerala.
Ingredients like Tulsi, Turmeric, Ginger, Pepper, etc. are used in preparing immunity boosting herbal drinks, and they are found in abundance in Kerala. Looking at this, it can be forecasted that as soon as pandemic will be over, individuals around the globe will start looking for the best Ayurveda packages in Kerala.
Furthermore, it is worth noting that the oldest covid19 recovered patients (88 years old and 93 years old) are released from the Government Hospital in Kerala. To know how you can boost your immunity using simple ayurvedic remedies, check out – https://www.theayurvilla.com/blog/ayurvedic-immunity-boosting-measures.
The progress made by Kerala in fighting Covid19 is astonishing, and it can be said that Kerala will be famous as the wellness hub in near future. Individuals looking for a relaxing vacation and revitalizing their energy will surely take a trip to Kerala.
One such India wellness Holiday package can be found at https://www.keralatourpackages.com/nature-and-ayurveda-wellness/. Since you are looking for wellness holiday packages in Kerala, it is recommended you checkout The Ayur Villa. The place is perfect for those who wish to regain their health the Ayurveda way.
Also, whilst you are at The Ayur Villa, you can consult their Ayurvedic doctor. He/she will study your medical history and conduct thorough examinations based on Ayurveda. Once the diagnosis is done, you will be recommended personalized Ayurvedic medications and therapies.
Ayurveda works by finding the root cause of a disease and eradicating it permanently. If you have never considered a wellness holiday before, now is the perfect time to do so.