Recognised as traditional medicine in 1982 by WHO (World Health Organisation), Ayurveda is practiced today all over the world, and especially in India. Ayurveda’s holistic approach is taught in Universities and practiced in numerous hospitals and wellness center, has the same status as clinical medicines.
Ayurveda suggests to reach the deep rooted cause of the sickness to cure it by knowing the oneself. It strives to collect the feedback of a problem and discovers the primary cause of the ailment which includes dietary imbalance, unhealthy lifestyle,hereditary taint, negative thoughts as well as energetic and emotional imbalance. It focuses on the broader context of the condition which affect the physical and mental state of the body.