What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda and its natural approach to wellness is starting to gain popularity and acclaim in progressive states and other areas all over the United States. However, Ayurveda is not exactly new. The all-natural healing practices of Ayurveda were created by the Hindu saint, Dhanvantary, and the word Ayurveda means “the science of life.” The practices of Ayurveda date back to 4000 B.C. and Ayurveda is the science of healing through the use of all-natural herbs and healthy living. A healthy diet is also part of the Vedic approach to healing and wellness.
Traditionally popular in Eastern parts of the globe such as Tibet, Sri Lanka, Burma and China, the all-natural movement trends here in the Western world have set the stage for more holistic approaches to health. Social campaigns such as March Against Monsanto have gathered increasing support for all-natural lifestyles by cultivating a Facebook following of over 1,000,000 fans.
Other all-natural trends stateside, such as the increasing popularity into medical cannabis research, have many people considering alternative treatments for people with serious illnesses. The high costs of healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and insurance have many people feeling like they have no choice but to consider breaking away from traditional Western models of healthcare.
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The Ayurvedic approach to medicine may sound too “new agey” for some people, but Ayurvedic doctors have M.D.’s and PhD’s just like the doctors everyone is used to seeing here in the US. If you’re looking for more information on Ayurveda and doctors practicing in the US, the National Ayurvedic Medical Association is an extremely helpful resource. Many people making the switch from traditional Western models of healthcare to Ayurveda are finding the transition seamless and perfectly natural; and it works better to boot!