Benefits Of Ayurvedic Herbs In Your Life

by Bipin Baloni,
Contributing Author, Conscious Reminder

The birth of Ayurveda took place around 5000 years ago. It is the world’s oldest medicinal system and was believed to be the best way to get rid of the diseases in ancient India.

Though, over time, Ayurveda has gained massive adoration across the world. Kerala in India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, people across the world visit Kerala to dive into the authentic culture of Ayurveda.

There are a number of Ayurveda Schools that conduct Ayurvedic Courses in Kerala and so the place is the hub for Ayurveda lovers. You can also be a part of these institutions to gain knowledge experience and wisdom.

The idiosyncratic concept and bona fide philosophy of Ayurveda makes it incredibly famous. In modern-day as well, it is believed to be one of the startling ways to heal the pain holistically.

The classical herbs of Ayurveda are inter-mixed with modern-day medicines to pave the way for effective healing with the help of Ayurveda. The idea is to restore the balance between the mind, soul, and body of every individual to strive for a healthier, happier and stress-free lifestyle.

According to Ayurveda, every individual’s body types are classified into three major categories, such as Kapha that is earth and water, Pitta that is Fire and water and Vata that is Air and Ether. Every individual has their body constitution.

If you are seeking for Ayurvedic treatments, you must know that it varies from one individual to another because of their body type. You must perform the basic exercises, Yoga, meditation and must take nutrition that syncs with the constitution of your body.

If you want to enter into the whole new world of inspirational Ayurvedic life, you must develop a few healthy habits such as intake of wholesome food, performing or practicing of on-time Yoga, meditation and Yoga. As per Ayurveda if you do follow these aforementioned tips, you would lead a stress-free life.

Ayurveda is also known as the sister science of Yoga because the healing process includes several poses and postures. Apart from this, Ayurvedic herbs play a vital part in strengthening our body and revitalizing our mind.

All of the Ayurvedic herbs are used to cleanse the body intensify the defense against the disease and to establish a strong balance between the body, mind, and soul. Ayurvedic treatments include approximately 600 herbal formulas and 250 single plant remedies to cure the different health-hazardous diseases.

All these Ayurvedic Herbs have different effects on our body and must be taken only when it syncs with the body constitution. Here, in this blog, you can read about the different Ayurvedic Herbs that help you to develop strong immunity and protects you from the attacks of hazardous diseases.

Common Ayurvedic Herbs and its Benefits: Have a look!

Here are the names of common Ayurvedic herbs that eventually help you to fight back diseases that might jeopardize your health. Check out the list here. 

Triphala

It is the traditional Ayurvedic herbal formulation of three fruits which are vernacular to the Indian sub-continent. The combination of Triphala includes Amalaki, Bibhitaki and Haritaki. It includes natural internal cleansing properties. It helps in maintaining the regularity, nourishes and revitalizes the tissues. Also, this natural antioxidant helps in healthy digestion and absorption. 

Ashwagandha 

It plays a vital role in the process of Rasayana that means rejuvenation. It is an adaptogenic herb which signifies that it helps the body to resist different psychological and physiological stress as it adapts the body according to its need. It revitalizes the body. It has a dual capacity of energizing the body yet keeping the mind calm. It boosts your immunity system, calms down your brain, encourages healthy sleeping patterns and promotes healthy functions of adrenals. 

Neem 

It has powerful health-promoting properties and has been used for thousands for years to heal different types of diseases. As per Ayurveda, Neem is individually used to balance Vata, pitta, and Kapha. It is bitter though it has a great impact on our skin making the complexion clear and flawless. It also boosts the resistive power leading to build a strong immunity system. It also helps in cleansing the ama (toxins) from the body. It circulates the blood and helps to develop a healthy blood sugar level. It also reduces the not needed heat and toxins. It is good for lungs, skin moistures and hair. 

Brahmi 

It has an amazing impact and leads to mind-enriching properties and also brings a proper balance in the nervous system. It helps to develop a healthy mind which means purification of your thought process. It eventually boosts your memory and intellect level. Also, it stimulates your focus and concentration. It creates a normal sync in your emotional connect. It also promotes the collection of energy in the daytime and proper sleep at night time. Brahmi could be used as a paste and oil. The Brahmi paste or oil could be applied to the skin for proper movements of the joints and healthy skin. 

Amalaki

It is one of the sour fruits among Triphala, Amla means sour. Amla has vitamin C which is beneficial for our body. It eventually promotes healthy metabolism, elimination and digestion. It nourishes the heart and respiratory organs, these natural antioxidants, helps in maintaining healthy eyes, nails, skin, and hair. Also, it builds a strong immune system. 

Turmeric 

You must have seen this yellowish orange powder as it is widely used for cooking purposes. It is not just confined to add color and flavor to the food but has immense health benefits as well. It promotes digestion, maintains blood sugar level, supports and proper functioning of the liver. It also has a significant impact on the nervous system and brain. It nourishes the circulatory system and heart and boosts the immunity system. Also, it is advantageous for people suffering from joint pain. 

The blog includes a list of Ayurvedic herbs that has a significantly positive effect on your circulatory, respiratory, digestive, and muscular and immunity system of your body and.

About the Author: Bipin Baloni is a yoga teacher from India and his core specialization is in Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga. He organizes 200-hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh. Bipin Baloni conducts Yoga Teacher Training in India in different cities. He loves writing and reading books related to Yoga, Meditation, Ayurveda and Health.

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