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Ayurveda is the traditional medicine of India, which is inserted in the Veda and the proper functioning of the cosmos, and comes to mean “the science of life.”

Contains elements of both science and philosophy that detail the physical, emotional, mental, and indeed necessary for the health of human being itself as a whole as a whole.

In particular, it is a medicine with more than 3,000 years old, and since there was talk of microscopic organisms and cellules that could cause certain diseases.

The fundamental belief of Ayurveda (Ayurvedic medicine and itself), is that the entire cosmos is made up of energy (prana), which is unique, but can occur in different ways depending on their state of vibration.

The human being is considered as a set of interrelated energy or prana, so that all human aspects relate to each other at a time that may affect each other.

In this sense, Ayurvedic medicine tries to get an energy balance for absolutely all aspects of human functioning correctly.

Whereas, even, that the same disease in different people can be a symptom of various imbalances which will depend on each patient.

For this main reason, each patient must be treated individually, taking into account the time the prana of every human being determines its constitution.

The three types of energy in Ayurvedic medicine:

Tends to control breathing, movement, digestion, central nervous system and blood circulation. Is ether and air.

Controls the assimilation of food and water, along which controls metabolism. It is fire and water.

Controls the formation of the muscles and structure, bones, joints, and fat.

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