Ayurveda medicines can have both slow action and fast-action. The time required to treat any disease depends on many factors – particularly the duration and severity of the disease. In acute illnesses like fever, cough and cold or when most diseases are managed correctly in their initial stages, Ayurveda shows results quickly and effectively, and it reinforces the general condition of the body.
Myth-1: Ayurveda is a just another treatment
Fact : Ayurveda is of course another branch, but it goes much beyond this. It is a lifestyle. For Ayurvedic medicines to be effective, all recommended life style changes should be done. Healthy eating, proper sleep, balanced sex are the pillars of Ayurveda. Ayurveda also explains daily regimen and seasonal regimen which aid in healthy living. Many treatments require abstinence from alcohol, smoking and drugs. Ayurveda is perhaps the first medical science that indicated about the mind-body connection in diseases and cures. As such, a stress-free mind is essential for the effectiveness of Ayurveda. The beauty of Ayurveda is that it can not only treat persons who are ill but also those who are not sick but need preventive care, so that everyone can enjoy a life of balance.Ayurveda is an ancient heritage and it is a treasure to be valued and acknowledged so as to provide the humanity with a life full of health, vigor and vitality.