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The healing force from India

Ayurveda has been practised for more than 3,000 years and is deemed to be the mother of all medicine. Detoxification and harmonization bring the body back into balance and thus prevent and reduce many complaints of daily modern life.

Ayurveda therapy and treatments have become an integral part of today's wellness offers and even therapeutic health applications. The name of the traditional, ancient Indian medical system is composed of the word "Ayus" (life) and "Veda" (knowledge). This ancient "knowledge of life" is based on the Indian philosophy of nature and does not follow a spiritual method or religion. 
The goal of Ayurveda is detoxification and balance of the body; it prevents lifestyle diseases, and regenerates during states of exhaustion or stress-related symptoms. It is not a coincidence that this method has been used to help stressed managers and burn-out patients in particular to feel well again. Yet Ayurveda is a supplement to conventional treatments even after a serious illness, or it can simply serve purely for regeneration. 

Differentiating the approaches of Ayurveda treatments is important. Wellness Ayurveda focuses on the needs of the patient based on purely physical and emotional well-being. The oil treatments, massages, and possibly even diet rules are not used to treat illnesses but to create a gentle balance of the individual physique, unlike in a so-called Panchakarma treatment, where things really get down to business. It is not intended to be the classical moment of relaxation; it is a strenuous therapy in which the whole, efficient, therapeutic potential of an Ayurvedic treatment can unfold. Such a treatment must always be done under medical supervision.

An Ayurveda treatment is chosen individually based on one's own Dosha (Vata, Pitta, or Kapha), which is determined by physique and personality. Balancing Doshas is a very important component of Ayurveda. 

The success proves the accuracy of the methods right. Studies have now proven the successful treatment of high blood pressure, knee joint problems, adult onset diabetes, chronic bowel conditions like Crohn's disease and even rheumatism with Ayurveda. Many cancer patients also visit an Ayurveda clinic in order to regain their strength after difficult chemo or radiation therapy. In any case, this method is a miracle against stress. Many qualified, specialized Ayurveda clinics with a profound knowledge of the subject are available in Europe. An Ayurveda treatment can be a turning point in life for many people!

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