Authors: Sanskruti Shimple
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Today human beings are suffering from many challenges such as traits or diseases. Each year various diseases, viruses, and fungal infestation lead to fatalities. Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine that comes from ancient India; it is based on the idea of balance within all bodily systems. The word Ayurveda comes from the Sanskrit words Ayur (life) and Veda (to know), making it the ‘science of life’. Ayurveda employs diet, herbal treatment, and yogic breathing techniques to restore mental, physical, and spiritual health. Ayurveda is one of the few ancient systems of medicine that is still widely practiced in modern times. The Ayurveda, the traditional Indian medicinal system remains the most ancient yet living tradition with a sound philosophical and experimental basis. It is a science of life with a holistic approach to health and personalized medicine. It is known to be a complete medical system that comprised physical, psychological, philosophical, ethical, and spiritual health. The Ayurveda is the self-healing concept, the use of herbal treatment is equally important in this Indian traditional system of medicine.
Ayurveda is considered by many scholars to be the oldest healing science. Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word meaning "science of life". Ayurvedic knowledge was born in India over 5,000 years ago and is often referred to as the "mother of all healing". It derives from ancient Vedic culture and has been taught to its students in oral traditions by skilled masters for thousands of years. Some of this knowledge was printed thousands of years ago, but much of it is inaccessible. Many of the principles of the natural healing system known in the West today have roots in Ayurveda, such as homeopathy and polarity therapy.
Ayurveda is the underlying tradition and way of life that helps each of us to assert and celebrate our ability to feel good. Ayurveda can help us: Synchronize with our true inner nature, Respect and develop our strengths, Sharpen the realm of our challenges, Face adversity And redirect harmful trends, and wait for the result. Instead, Ayurveda encourages you to actively participate in your healing journey.
This involves learning about the relationships between elements and the unique combinations that elements create, called doshas. This is explained below. First, let's take a look at the background of Ayurveda.
III. LITERATURE REVIEW
Globalization is the process of interaction and integration among people, companies, and governments worldwide, causing growth in international trade and the exchange of ideas and culture. Ayurveda, the Science of Life, was in previous times, only available in the Indian subcontinent and surrounding countries. But with the advancement of time and technology, awareness of the great Science of Ayurveda has spread globally, and many nations now seek to explore this science. In 1978 the ‘Alma-Ata-Declaration’ by the WHO stated their evaluation and promotion of traditional medicine1. Which, after many policies and committees, eventually led to the birth and mainstreaming of the AYUSH Ministry in 2003. Today the globalization process of the Ayurveda system of medicine has reached many nations, due to the efforts of the AYUSH Ministry, especially in the Covid-19 pandemic situation the role of Ayurveda and AYUSH Ministry guidelines to boost immunity and the preventative aspect globally is something worth mentioning. In this article, an overview will be given as to what is being done globally, with a special focus on the status of Ayurveda in Trinidad and Tobago and Iran (Persia).
It is common to hear a general statement that Ayurveda lacks scientific evidence. By scientific evidence, it is commonly referred to as the results of human clinical trials undertaken adoring those applied to pharmaceuticals, involving randomized controlled trials (RCT), either a placebo or active control. It explores the actual situation related to the practice of Ayurveda, the use of medicines, the application of therapies, and the individual dravyas (ingredients). It gives a few examples and the availability of a large body of scientific data in this area.
Ayurveda is a science of life with a holistic approach to health and personalized medicine. It is one of the oldest medical systems, which comprises thousands of medical concepts and hypotheses. Interestingly, Ayurveda can treat many chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, arthritis, and asthma, which are untreatable in modern medicine. Unfortunately, due to a lack of scientific validation in various concepts, this precious gift from our ancestors is trailing. Hence, evidence-based research is highly needed for global recognition and acceptance of Ayurveda, which needs further advancements in the research methodology. The present review highlights various fields of research including literary, fundamental, drug, pharmaceutical, and clinical research in Ayurveda. The review further focuses to improve the research methodology for Ayurveda with the main emphasis on fundamental research. This attempt will certainly encourage young researchers to work on various areas of research for the development and promotion of Ayurveda.
India emerges as the largest producer of Ayurveda. Ayurveda is an alternative medicine system with historical roots in the Indian subcontinent. The theory and practice of Ayurveda are pseudoscientific. The Indian Medical Association describes Ayurvedic practitioners who claim to practice medicine as quacks. Ayurveda is heavily practiced in India and Nepal, where around 80% of the population report using it. Ayurveda therapies have varied and evolved over more than two millennia.
Due to various foreign medical associations, the Ayurveda has been neglected to some extent. As it is a powerful source of self-healing for several diseases. Hence, we’re not taking most of the benefits of the Ayurveda. The solution to this is that building some of the resources which can promote Ayurveda. Hence creating a website can be one of the resources to promote the growth of Ayurveda.
The development of an ayurvedic website that briefs the Ayurveda through various means. Ayurveda or “sacred knowledge of longevity” has been practiced in India and many Asian countries since ancient times. Interest in Ayurveda began to grow around the world in the late 1970s after the Alma Ata Declaration was adopted by W.H.O. in 1978. Ayurveda in the New Millennium. The progress made in this field and formulate actions to take Ayurveda through the new millennium. It also identifies many of the obstacles that must be eliminated if Ayurveda is to meet the needs of a wider audience. Features: New insights into the history of Ayurveda, Regulatory aspects regarding the production of ayurvedic medicines, Industrial production of traditional ayurvedic medicines, Quality control, The scientific reason for single herbal therapy, Biological effects of ayurvedic formulations, Optimization of ancient wisdom, and new knowledge, Herbal conservation is threatened, Nutraceuticals and cosmeceuticals from Ayurveda, A critical view of Ayurveda in the West, Directions to the Renaissance of Ayurveda
Ayurveda in the New Millennium: Emerging Roles and Future Challenges illustrates the power of Ayurveda and how to begin the renaissance of Ayurveda. The proponents of Ayurveda and all branches of traditional and alternative medicine. Experts from the fields of medicine, pharmacology, new drug discoveries, and food technology will also be useful.
Hence the “Vedix” website will help us to know the essentials of the Ayurveda. So, it will help the community to know the power of Ayurveda and its effectiveness in our day-to-day life.
As Ayurveda has the power to heal several diseases without any side effects. As Ayurveda is cost-effective and has several benefits.
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