Preventative Health & Immunity
When we look at health from an Ayurvedic perspective, what are we seeing? Good health (swastya) according to Ayurveda is derived of the...
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AyurCare is a private health care practice specialising in Natural Medicine and Holistic Healing.
We are situated on the edge of Rowhill Nature Reserve, a 55-acre nature conservation area which lies in-between Aldershot in Hampshire and Farnham in Surrey, famous for its deciduous woodland and bluebells in Spring.
Our small team offers completely authentic methods of treatment working towards restoring the innate balance of human beings and bringing relief from suffering.
We can help you heal the unity of the mind, body and spirit and this service is given to you through the gift of Ayurveda.
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It has worked for me very well with positive results".
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"You have achieved something the specialists haven't for 40 years !
Amazing gift you have - literally improvement after the first week - incredible."
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Ayurvedic medicine has a significant time-tested impact on a person's overall health and well-being with a unique mind-body concept and approach. Recent years have brought a heightened interest in Ayurvedic medicine globally. The public has a right to expect that Ayurvedic professionals have adequate qualifications to practice effectively and safely. Legal recognition of the practice of Ayurvedic medicine and clearly stated requirements to practice are essential to promote the profession and protect the general public's health, safety and welfare.
Ayurveda is practiced widely and plays a key role in Primary Health Care. A wide range of Ayurvedic Medicines are manufactured in India and India supplies the major share of Ayurvedic Medicines used in Nepal and Sri Lanka. Bhutan also recognises Ayurveda as a Medical system along with Unani and Tibetan Medicine, which are all popular there.
Legal recognition of Ayurvedic medicine in the form of state licensure creates standards of minimum competency. Competency is measured and enforced through formal education, training, and examination requirements as per the independent body's guidelines.
Ayurvedic medicine is India's primary healthcare system. More than 90 percent of the continent's population use some form of Ayurvedic therapy, including following its dietary principles, practicing traditional or "grandma's medicine," or seeking professional help from trained Ayurvedic practitioners. In the United States, Ayurveda is considered a complementary healthcare option, with many Americans employing Ayurvedic elements such as massage, meditation, or cleansing therapies. If that sounds like an all-encompassing definition, it is ! Ayurvedic medicine is entirely holistic. Its adherents strive to create harmony between the body, mind, and spirit, maintaining that this balance prevents illness, treats acute conditions, and contributes to a long and healthy life.