Online Ayurveda is the major attraction of “Ayurvedatarian”. All the individuals who are interested in Ayurveda and wish for consultations, diet and regimen advices, details on Ayurveda medicine and medicinal plants can approach us and attain the reference based solutions from Ayurvedatarian.
Online consultation is one among our major features, which have been included with an intention to consult all our followers who are unable to attend a direct consultation with an Ayurveda doctor. According to the ailment or questions, the individuals are guided to get consultation from various specialists.
Ayurveda is widely spreading all over the globe due to the increase in number of beneficiaries. Ayurveda is the only answer for those who are seeking a health maintaining and disease curing natural solution. Health leads an individual towards the ultimate liberation.
A person using Ayurveda is getting the proven solution for leading a healthy life. Online Learning Program of “Ayurvedatarian”is intended to impart the true Ayurveda to all who are interested to learn, irrespectiveof the barriers such as age, nationality and educational qualification. All the sessions included in our learning program is based on classic Ayurveda sources namely Charaka Samhita, Ashtanga Hrudayam and Susrutha Samhita.
Basic Level is short term learning program which includes 10 sessions . Each online session will be having duration of 30-45 minutes. Basic Level helps an individual to get into the track of Ayurveda. All the basic terminologies used in Ayurveda will be covered during the Basic Level online sessions.
Intermediate Level is also a short term learning program with 20 online sessions. Each session will be having duration of 30-45 minutes. Intermediate Level helps an individual to attain detailed knowledge on all the academic as well as practical aspects of Ayurveda. Reference based knowledge imparting is the aim of this level. A person who wishes to share Ayurveda knowledge to others must complete the intermediate level to be more confident and sure.
Advanced level is a long term learning program with 40 online sessions. This learning is completed within a period of six months to one year. In the advanced level learning program, the practical aspect of Ayurveda is given more importance than academic aspects. The practical sessions demonstrating various treatment aspects are taught through video sharing as well as live demonstration. A person who wishes to help others in attaining the practical benefits of Ayurveda must complete the Advanced learning program of “Ayurvedatarian”.
“Ayurvedatarian” is providing “Completion Certificate” to all those who have successfully completing the course.
Diet and regimen are also important factors in for attaining a healthy life. The present day fast lifestyle restricts a person from giving self-importance. New generation working style has certain rules and time schedule and such time schedule compel a person to stick on to a timetable which should have place for family, job and self care. In many cases people sacrifice self-care to maintain a good family as well professional life. Ayurvedatarian suggests that, self-care and self-consideration also is very important for leading a balanced life. Self-care adds mental and physical stability through which the family and profession can be maintained in a positive level.
Diet and regimen takes the major role in self-care. According Ayurveda, each person must be considered individually in all aspects. The diet and regimen is completely individualistic, as the constitution of each individual is unique. The diet and regimen will be fixed by “Ayurvedatarian” based on the levels of Vata , Pitta and Kapha dosha.
Ayurveda is life a style as well a well structured medical science. Ayurveda leads an individual to the ultimate liberation of soul through Health. Ayurveda teaches about the importance of body, mind and soul.
All the major textbooks namely, Charaka Samhita, Ashtanga Hrudayam and Susrutha Samhita also explain about the Ayurvedic physiological, anatomical as well as pharmaceutical aspects in a human being.
All Ayurvedic medicines are formulated from natural materials. Major composition of Ayurvedic medicines are plant origin. The plants used for medicines are cultivated in special farms approved by governmental authorities. “Ayurvedatarian” also wish to introduce various Ayurvedic medicine to our followers. The ingredients, uses, dosage and indication of various medicines will be described in our blog. Our venture also helps an individual to find required medicine anywhere from India and will help to make it reach them.
The various Ayurvedic formulations namely
1) Kashayam/ Kwatham
Kashayam/ Kwathamis a form of Ayurveda medicine prepared by boiling various herbs or other required products in water.
The powdered form of herbs or other required products are called as choornam
Lehyam is the semi-solid jam like preparations made of various herbs based on sugar or jaggery
The medicated ghee preparations in Ayurveda is called as Gritham
5) Thailam/ Kuzhambu
Medicated oils prepared from various herbs and other required products are called as Thailam or Kuzhambu
6) Varthi/ Gulika
The tablets made of herbs and other required products are called as Gulika or Varthi. Vati is also a synonym of Gulika.
The granule form of medicines prepared with herbs and other required products s called as Vatakam
The fermented preparations made of herbs and sugar is called as Arishtam. Asavam is also similar to arishtam, but slight difference is there in the preparation
Medicinal plants are the key factors in Ayurveda. All the classics in Ayurveda have given utmost important to the medicinal plants in healing as well as health maintaining aspects. The plants mentioned in Ayurveda are available in the Indian Subcontinent along with certain other neighboring locations. Complete knowledge of medicinal plants helps in attaining the state of health by the appropriate usage of it. The textbooks namely Charaka Samhita, Ashtanga Hrudaya and Susrutha Samhita have classified the medicinal plants into to different groups for using in various medical conditions.” Ayurvedatarian” is adding the details of commonly used medicinal plants for helping our followers to identify each of them and use it for their needs. The medicinal plants listed below or any available medicinal plants in India can be made available to our followers if the wish to add those plants to their garden.
1) Amrutha – Tinospora cordifolia – this plant is considered as a good rejuvenative and used in the treatment of pitta and kapha dosha predominant disorders
2) Atibala- Abutilon indicum- this plant is used in rejuvenation and it is mainly used in treating Vata disorders
3) Bala - Sida cordifolia- this plant is a good aphrodisiac and used in the treatment of Vata disorders
4) Chandana- Sandalum album- this plant is used in the treatment of pitta diseases
5) Daruharidra- Berberis aristata – this plant is used in the treatment of disorders of digestive system
6) Ela- Elletaria cardamomum- this plant is used in the treatment of kapha disorders
7) Gokshura- Tribulus terristris- this plant is used in the treatment of urinary bladder related disorders
8) Jambu- Syzygium cumini- this plant is used in the treatment of intestine related disorders
9) Jatiphala- Myristica fragrans- this plant is used in the treatment of kapha disorders
10) Kampillaka- Mallotus philippinesis- this plant is used in the treatment of certain intestinal disorders
11) Kanchanara- Bauhinia veriegata- this plant is used in the treatment of kapha and pitta disorders
12) Karkatakasringi- Pistacia integerrima- this plant is used in the treatment of kapha disorders
13) Khadira- Acacia katechu- this plant is used in the treatment of skin related ailments
14) Kumari- Aloe vera- this plant is considered as a good rejuvenator and used as detoxifying medicine
15) Kushmanda- Benincasa hispida- this plant is used in the treatment of respiratory system disorders
16) Nimba- Azadiracta indica- this plant is used in the treatment of pitta and kapha disorders
17) Palasha- Butea monosperma- this plant is used in the treatment of wound
18) Patola- Trichosanthes dioica- this plant is used in the treatment of pitta diseases
19) Punarnava- Boerhavia diffusa- this plant is used n the treatment of oedema
20) Rasna-Pluchea lanceolata- this plant is used in the treatment of vata diseases
21) Rasona- Allium sativum- this plant is used in the treatment of certain digestive system disorders
22) Saptaparna- Alstonia scholaris- this plant is used in the treatment of fever and certain skin conditions
23) Sariva- Hemidesmus indicus- this plant is used in the treatment of pitta disorders
24) Shatapushpa- Anethum sowa- this plant is used in the treatment of vata disorders
25) Talisa-Abies webbiana- this plant is used in the treatment of respiratory disorders
26) Tulasi- Ocimum sanctum- this plant is used in the treatment of certain respiratory disorders
27) Vacha- Acorus calamus- this plant is used in the treatment of kapha related disorders
28) Varuna- Crataeva nurvala- this plant is used in the treatment of certain kapha related disorders
29) Vasha-Adathoda vasica- this plant is used in the treatment of certain respiratory tract disorders and bleeding disorders
30) Yashtimadhu- Glycyrrhiza glabra- this plant is used in the treatment of healing wounds and eye diseases
Note: We have included only few medicinal plants in our website. Our followers can go through “Ayurvedatarian Blog” for getting detailed descriptions on medicinal plants. All the medicinal plants mentioned above must be used only after consulting a doctor.
The fast lifestyle in this present era must also be given importance with maintaining health. The hectic schedule leads many individuals to sacrifice on health care and self-care. Our online platform is designed with an intention to serve all the individuals in this world through social media communication measures. This method of communication can save valuable time and reduce effort of everyone. Follow Ayurveda attaining a life directed towards an aim and lead a nature-friendly lifestyle.