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Ayurveda - the knowledge of a healthy and long life - is one of the oldest medical sciences in the world. The term comes from Sanskrit and is composed of the elements "Ayus" and "Veda": "Ayus" encompasses all aspects of life from birth to death. "Veda" stands for learning or knowledge.

The origins of Ayurveda
Ayurveda is an ancient tradition going back as far as 8,000 years. The oldest Ayurvedic work - the Caraka Samhita - was written about 2,100 years ago by the doctor Caraka and is still the most important standard work for everyone who practices Ayurveda. It includes descriptions of the entire Ayurvedic medical system from human anatomy and physiology to the causes of diseases and examination methods to recommendations for type-appropriate behavior and applicable nutrition.

People at the center of Ayurvedic healing approaches

As a holistic naturopathy, Ayurvedic teaching places great value on cause-related treatments. The focus is on people as individuals, who are personally involved in the recovery process. Prevention and psychosomatics form the main pillars. in contrast to conventional medicine, the focus of Ayurvedic therapies lies in the combination of a variety of healing approaches. That is why Ayurveda has proven itself in the treatment of chronic diseases. More than other health teaching, the idea of Ayurveda comes closer to the need of contemporary individuals to be perceived as a holistic being.

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