In the free translation from the Sanskrit the term "Ayurveda" means "science of life"/b>.
If we wanted to look for the primeval roots of this ancient treatment method, we would get back in time to about 5000 years to ancient India, to Sri Lanka. From there, then ayurveda gradually spread to other countries in the world and is currently one of the most recognized natural healing methods at all.
Ayurveda is based on the energy balance of the three "doshas" - vata, pitta and kapha. All three doshas are present in all of us, and one of them is dominant. Ayurveda puts emphasis on prevention and continuous support of health with the help of a balanced diet, positive thinking and healthy lifestyle. Always heals the whole soul, body and mind, using natural medicines and oils made from herbs, spices, tree bark, seeds and fruits of various kinds. The essence of Ayurveda is respect for human originality.
The main objective of Ayurveda is to help flush out toxins from the body and thus inducing the harmony and balance in the body. Regular attending ayurvedic therapy strengthens the immune system, increases overall feeling of health, is prevention of the various diseases, heals specific diseases, and not least slows aging.
Part of Ayurvedic treatments is also compliance of the proper diet, which will provide not only maintain optimal body weight, but you will feel more relaxed, you will be full of energy. On what kind of diet you choose depends on your overall health, because it is the digestive system who supplies the body with nutrients. What is important is not only the kind of food, but also the way and the environment in which it is consumed.