Ayurveda is a natural system of herbal medicines with historical roots in the India.Here are the main advantages of Ayurveda against the expensive and inefficient "modern medicine".
1.First and foremost, what distinguishes Ayurveda from allopathy is the holistic approach, because Ayurveda looks at the human body as a whole. It does not deal the disease directly, but its root cause first because it aims to cure instead of treating. This is the principle of ancient medicine, which says that you need to treat not a disease, but a person. Man is a complex of mind and body. Ayurveda heals everything together.
2. The second advantage is that the principles of Ayurveda and Ayurvedic drugs practically do not give side effects.
3. The third advantage of Ayurveda and Ayurvedic medicines as such is that each of them is essentially a tonic. Each medicine, not only that it does not harm, it tones up the person, gives him strength. In Ayurveda, there is a whole field - the science of rejuvenation, and an entire class of natural medicines - Rasayan (tonics) rejuvenate a person. If a person lives following Ayurveda and uses these herbs, he can feel much better and be younger, that is, physically get rid of the many troubles that old age brings.
4. The fourth advantage of Ayurveda associated with the holistic approach is that Ayurveda speaks of the psychosomatic nature of the disease. The disease is not produced only by the body itself, one of the sources of the disease is the mind. Ayurveda helps a person get rid of this primary source of anxiety in the mind. That is, it cures not only the body but also the mind of a person. It enables a person to calm his mind, and thus get rid of troubles.
5. The fifth advantage of Ayurveda is that it helps to prevent disease and to establish the presence of the disease or the onset of the disease much earlier when it is much easier to cure it than at later stages. And it gives exactly the system by which you can not get sick, instead of treating diseases that are neglected and which are difficult to cure.
6. The sixth advantage of Ayurveda in comparison with conventional medicine is that it is very well developed dietology. Ayurveda gives an idea of how to make food become our medicine. As Hippocrates said: "Let the food be your medicine." Ayurveda provides an opportunity for a person to understand this.
7. The seventh advantage of Ayurveda is that it gives very simple methods of diagnosis. The diagnosis in Ayurveda is straightforward, and almost everyone can learn how to put it.
8. The eighth advantage is the proximity to nature and naturalness. These methods are very natural. Ayurveda enables a person to live in harmony with nature. It establishes this harmony. It puts a person in an integrated system of the material world and gives him the opportunity to develop a harmonious relationship with the environment. Moreover, according to Ayurveda, health is harmony. By the concept of Ayurveda, health is when a person is completely balanced. In fact, balance or harmony is a synonym for health in Ayurveda.
9. The ninth advantage is conformity with the practice of yoga. Ayurveda helps to practice yoga, and yoga helps a person to heal their diseases.
10. The tenth advantage is that Ayurveda, unlike modern medicine, strictly individualizes the approach to a person.