The fundamental principles of Ayurveda


The origin of Ayurveda can be traced back to centuries when the sages and practitioners in Indian sub-continent chronicled their findings and knowledge about the best herbs and compounds of nature. These sages have invested their skills and energies to determine Ayurvedic remedies against the diseases. Moreover, this Ayurvedic medicine system is not merely an aggregate of the herbal knowledge! Some specific principles do find their place at the core of Ayurveda. These principles define Ayurveda and the mode of its cures and treatments. A very fundamental principle of Ayurveda is the assumption that everybody has to have the ideal balance of the three vital components which are – vata, pitta, and kapha. Ayurveda believes that any distortion in the balance between these three components results in a condition that manifests as a disease. The basic aim of every Ayurvedic therapy is therefore to correct this balance in the diseased body and thus restore the bio processes and functions and thus maintain health.


Such a philosophy determines the efficacy of Ayurvedic natural remedies and this has been verified through plentiful of researches in the world labs. Kairali has developed its medicines through the authentic counsels of Ayurveda and delivers relief by restoring the natural functions of the body. Its special treatments and formulations are offered in the segments of respiratory problems, abdominal diseases, neuro degenerative disorders, migraines, diabetes, sexual disorders, urinary infections and disorders, hemorrhoids, skin diseases & allergies, ulcers and much more.


Diagnosing through nadi!


While the mode of Ayurvedic cure and treatment has been guided through the above stated concept of balance between vata, pitta and kapha, the practitioners were also equipped with a super fine diagnostics tool that is the ‘nadi’ or the pulse. Pulse denotes functions of human body and simply speaking, it is the rhythm of the heart as it beats. Ayurvedic practitioners developed fine knowledge and skill of reading this pulse in a manner that they are able to get the ‘complete’ picture of the human body. They can describe the metabolism, weaknesses, allergies & antipathies and many more factors that are operating in the body. Such a diagnostic approach is really fundamental and depicts the superfine abilities on the part of practitioners. The Ayurvedacharya (the Ayurvedic practitioner) looks out for the ‘nadi dosha’ or the fluctuations in the pulse. The core principles and the diagnostics power of Ayurvedacharya complement each other and form what is known as the system of Ayurvedic medicine.


Kairali – the name of Ayurvedic excellence


Kairali also offers its Ayurvedic remedies and treatments at its center that is established in the lap of nature in Kerala as ‘Ayurvedic Healing Village’. The group offers a complete range of traditional medicines and assistance. Look out for the complete range of its treatments at its website: