Ayurveda is based on the belief that health and wellness are based on a very delicate balance between body, mind, and soul. The main aim of Ayurveda is to promote good health among individuals. Students of Ayurveda believe that you will own good health if your body and mind are in perfect harmony with the universe.

When the balance disrupts you fall sick. Ayurveda Medicine and Therapies Melbourne will design a treatment plan specifically to suit your needs. They will take into consideration your unique physical and emotional necessity and will try to strike a balance between your body and the universe.

The main aim of ayurvedic treatment is to cleanse your body from undigested food that can lead to illness. The cleansing process is specifically designed to reduce your symptoms and restore harmony in the body and mind. An ayurvedic practitioner mainly relies on blood purification, massage using medicinal herbs and oils, and laxatives.

Ayurveda uses a series of treatments including panchakarma, yoga, herbal medicine, and acupuncture. However, you must always take this treatment from an experienced practitioner otherwise they may prove harmful when performed by an unskilled practitioner. Ayurvedic techniques may involve:
1. Dietary changes
2. Herbal medication in the form of pellets, tablets, and powders
3. Acupuncture
4. Massage
5. Meditation
6. Breathing exercises
7. Panchakarma
8. Sound therapy
9. Yoga.

Ayurveda is effective in treating a range of disorders, like:

1. Asthma
2. Arthritis
3. Digestive issues
4. Eczema and other related skin disorders
5. High and low blood pressure
6. High cholesterol levels
7. Stress.

Herbal medicines are as strong as pharmaceutical drugs and therefore must be consumed with the same caution and care. The belief that herbs are safe must not encourage overdose. Panchakarma is a rejuvenating experience that relaxes your body and cleanses out impurities and toxins.

Before starting your treatment an Ayurveda Clinic will even consider the time of day and season. It is very important to maintain a good relationship with your ayurvedic practitioner for creating a safe space between you and your treatment. Open up to your practitioner if you don't feel comfortable with any step they are doing.

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