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F.A.Qs About Ayurveda

1.  What is Ayurveda ? 

Ayurveda is one of the great gifts of the sages of ancient India to mankind. It is one of the oldest scientific medical systems in the world, with a long record of clinical experience.

The word “Ayu” means all aspects of life from birth to death. The word “Veda” means knowledge or learning. Hence Ayurveda indicates the science by which life in its totality is understood. 


2. Ayurveda is said to be eternal. Why?

Ayurveda is the collection of principles of healthy living that evolved from the time of the appearance of man on earth. It is not liable to change at any time or at any point of the world. This healing system has been practiced in daily living in India for more than 5000 years. Ayurveda, first recorded in the Vedas, the world’s oldest collection of knowledge, is still the most favored healthcare practice of millions of Indians. A system older than Greek and Egyptian medicine, it is now known to the wider world as a New Age medicine, proving its eternal significance.


3. How is it different from modern medicine ?

Modern medicine tries to treat and remove symptoms rather than treating the patient suffering from it. This stems from the view that all people are more or less the same. Ayurveda makes special contributions by addressing the uniqueness of each patient and by helping each body to heal itself.

4. Where is the root of Ayurveda ? 

 The roots of Ayurveda can be traced to the beginning of cosmic creation. Indian philosophers state that Ayurveda originated from Brahma, the creator of the universe. Brahma is not a mere individual but the unmanifest from the Divine Lord, from whom the whole manifest world comes into being. The desire to maintain fitness, health and longevity is one of the basic instincts of all creatures. Ayurveda in this respect sets the pattern for other system of medicine. It is a tradition with an antiquity comparable to that of life itself.


5. Why Ayurveda is unique then other system of medicine ?

It is one of the oldest scientific medical systems in the world, with a long record of clinical experience. However, it is not only a system of medicine in the conventional sense of curing disease. It is also a way of life that teaches us how to maintain and protect health. It shows us both how to cure disease and how to promote longevity. Ayurveda treats man as a “whole” – which is a combination of body, mind and soul. Therefore it is a truly holistic and integral medical system.

6. Which are the base texts of Ayurveda ? 

The material scattered in the Vedas was collected, subjected to rigid tests of efficacy and systematically arranged. Such compilations were called ”Samhitas.” Many of these compilations no longer exist. Only three authentic works have stood the test of time and are available today – the Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita and Ashtanga Hridya Samhita. This great trio – the Brihatrayi as it called – has enjoyed much popularity and respect for the last two thousand years. Although these texts have undergone some modification by various authors in subsequent periods, their present form is at least 1200 years old. They are all in the Sanskrit language. 

7. What is Charak Samhita ? 

The Charaka Samhita is the oldest of the three and was probably first compiled around 1500 BC. It is considered the prime work on the basic concepts of Ayurveda. Charaka represents the Atreya School of physicians. It is a systematic work divided into eight Sthanas or sections, which are further divided into 120 chapters.

8. What is Susruta Samhita ? 

Sushruta represents the Dhanwantri School of surgeons, and is considered in Ayurveda to be the father of surgery. Even a great American society of surgeons is named after Sushruta. In the Sushruta Samhita there are sophisticated descriptions of diseases and surgical instruments.  


9. What is Astanga Hridya ?

The next important authority in Ayurveda after Charaka and Sushruta is Vagbhatta of Sindh, who flourished about the seventh century AD. His treatise called Ashtanga Hridya.


10 How many & which are the specialization branches in Ayurveda ?


  • Kaya Chikitsa (General medicine)

  • Shalya Tantra (Surgery)

  • Shalakya Tantra (Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat)

  • Kaumarbhritya (Children diseases, obstetrics and Gynecology)

  • Agada Tantra (Toxicology)

  • Bhuta Vidya (Psychiatry)

  • Rasayana (Rejuvenation), and

  • Vajikarana (Aphrodisiac/sexology)


11. What is the aim of Ayurveda ? 

Ayurveda is the science of positive health and fulfillment in life. The aim of Ayurveda is threefold:


  • To achieve positive health for the individual

  • Protection of the masses

  • Ultimate liberation

  The last goal can be achieved by following regulations of daily conduct and by following strict seasonal regimens, so that one can be constantly healthy. Being continuously healthy is comparable to achieving ultimate liberation, as it involves the eradication of the factors that bring about suffering.



12. What about Panchamahabhuta ? 

Ancient Indian philosophy is of opinion that all materials, living or non-living are made of five fundamental elements called Panchamahabhutas, representing five fundamental categories of matter. These are:

  • Akasha (ether)

  • Vayu (air)

  • Teja (fire/energy)

  • Jala (water), and

  • Prithvi (earth)

All material on this earth contains Panchamahabhutas in different proportion.


13. What about Tri-Doshas (biological humors)?


Biological application of Panchamahabhutas reflects in the form of Tridosha. Here ‘Tri’ means three and Dosha’ represents to humor (bio-entity). Thus the word ‘Tridosha’ denotes to three humors i.e. Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These are said ‘Dosha’ because these have tendency to get vitiated and also to vitiate others. This bilateral tendency of Dosha is cause of health and diseases. State of balance of Dosha represents health while imbalance to the disease. Every Dosha has definite place/location and functions in our body. All have their five types respectively. 

14. What about Dhatus (tissues)? 

Our body is supported and sustained by seven Dhatus (basic tissues). Beside this, Dhatus have property to vitiate. Dosha and Dhatus have relation with each other in health and disease. In pathogenesis of disease these both play key role. 

Following are the seven Dhatus:

i.     Rasa (Plasma)

ii.   Rakta (Blood)

iii. Mamsa (Muscle)

iv. Meda (Adipose)

v.   Asthi (Bone)

vi. Majja (Marrow)

vii.Shukra (Reproductive tissues)




15. What mean of Mala in ayurveda?

 The word 'Mala' means excretal products. Ayurveda has a unique concept of Malas. Sustenance of Mala in appropriate limits, sustain the life. To understand it in a better way, take the example of common excreta - urine. Excess urination may cause dehydration and electrolyte imbalance.


16. What is the concept of Agni in Ayurveda?

Agni is considered as biological fire. In our body entire range of digestive and metabolic activities are performed by it. Ayurveda considers about thirteen types of 'Agnis'.

  1. Jatharagni - It performs digestion of food and considered to govern other 'Agnis'.

  2. Dhatvagni - Every Dhatu has a particular type of Agni, which is responsible for that for that particular tissue metabolism. These are seven in number.

  3. Bhutagni - Each of the five Mahabhuta (elements) has a specific Agni, which is responsible for molecular metabolism.


17. What is trigunas?

The word literally means three qualities or three properties. These are the three specific properties of the Mind. They are Satwa, Rajas and Tamas.


18. What is Prakriti or Ayurvedic Body type?

The concept of Prakriti is unique and has explanation for this. Every person is born with a definite genetic constitution, depending upon Doshas, there are three major types of Prakriti, and these reflect predominance of that particular Dosha. Our body behaves according to the status of Dosha Prakriti.


19. How many types of Prakriti or body type?

There are seven possible Prakriti (constitution) types –

a)  Vata Prakriti

b)  Pitta Prakriti

c)   Kapha Prakriti

d)  Vata – Pitta Prakriti

e)  Vata – Kapha Prakriti

f)    Pitta – Kapha Prakriti

g)  Tridosha Prakriti


20. What are the symptoms of Vata prakriti (body type) person?

These persons are either short or long but are most often with a thin body frame. Mostly towards lower side of weight range, sometimes under weight. Skin is dark, dry with cracks. Nails are hard and brittle, Appetite is variable, mostly suffer from constipation. Sleep is light but varies from night to night. They remember easily and forget easily. Find great difficulty in developing a routine, but are very active.

 21. What are the symptoms of Pitta prakriti (body type) person? 

They are of medium body frame. Skin is usually delicate, light in color and more prone to sunburn. Sweating is excessive. Nails are soft, strong and well formed. Endowed with good appetite and rarely constipated. Have capacity to perform vigorous exercise. Go to sleep easily but is light. These persons are more practical in life. Memory is good. More organized in work. 

22. What are the symptoms of Kapha prakriti (body
       type) person?

Body frame is mostly medium to broad. Weight gain is varying easy. Skin of these people is smooth, thick and slightly oily. Sweating is moderate. Nails are strong, large and symmetrical. Appetite is moderate and bowel habit is regular. They enjoy sleep, which is usually heavy. Appear calm and quiet. They are of stable nature. From them it takes time to memorize but once happen, it is forever. Most of the time they are relaxed.



23. What is the cause of health & diseases according



The harmony and the balance of the Doshas, Dhatus, Malas and Agni in the body is the primary condition of the health. The equilibrium is maintained through a life in conformity with the laws of nature.


A wrong behavior and food habit disturbs the harmony and lead to diseases. 

24. What are the methods of diagnosis in Ayurveda? 

There are three main methods mentioned in Ayurveda for diagnosing the Dosha imbalance and disease process in a person. They are –

1. Darsana Pareeksha – By observing the patient’s physical signs and symptoms, Example – colour of skin, hair, eyes, behavior, body condition etc.

2. Prasna Preeksha – By asking minute questions regarding the imbalance of each Doshas.

3.  Sparsana Pareeksha – By touching the patient. The pulse diagnosis, palpation, percussion and auscultation are included in this method.


 25. What is Pulse diagnosis in Ayurveda?

 Nadi Pareeksha (Pulse diagnosis) is a very important tool for diagnosis. The physician feels the radial artery pulsations on the wrist of the patient and through his experience he can get a clear picture of the milieu interior.


 26. What are the treatment methods in Ayurveda?

The treatment in Ayurveda can be classified broadly into two methods-

1.   Shamana Chikitsa (Alleviating Therapy)

2.   Sodhana Chikitsa (Purification Therapy)


 27. What is Shamana Chikitsa (Alleviating Therapy)?

This is specially done after the sodhana therapy and in less vitiation. Herbal medicines are used internally and externally to correct the derangement of functions of Doshas, Dhatus, Malas and Agni and also to increase the Immunity. The restoration of normality is brought about without any elimination.


 28. What is Sodhana Chikitsa (Purification Therapy)?

 The main aim of this treatment is to eliminate the internal causative factors of the disease. Large quantities of toxic bi-products are formed in the body as a result of continuous metabolic process. All though most of these toxins are eliminated naturally by the body’s excretory system, some may get deposited in the various tissues of the body, which ensures the vitiation of Doshas, Dhatus etc. and then the normal functioning of the system is impaired. Similarly disease causing toxins accumulate in the body as a result of various factors like wrong body habits, wrong food habits, incompatible combination of food items, suppression of the body urges, emotional imbalance etc. Panchakarma therapeutic procedures are used to facilitate the elimination of such harmful factors.



29. Are Ayurvedic medicines free of side effects?


YES. Ayurvedic medicines are natural and safe ,they have no side effects. Since they are prepared form herbs & minerals after proper processing according to classical ayurvedic methods of manufacturing. 


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