“Try Ayurveda – it works better”
Ayurveda is a comprehensive medical science which has proven history of 5000 years. It is the system of medicine from which Chinese as well as classical western medicine has arisen. Ayurveda means ‘science of life’ and is considered oldest surviving medical treatment system in the world. It is complete ‘science based medicine’ and not ‘medicine based science’. It incorporates scientific principles, guidelines and protocols in diagnostic, applied pharmacology and medicine.
It has the ability to restore health in common cold to complex diseases like cancer. Ayurveda is not limited to diet, yoga or external therapies like oil massage, shirodhara.
In efforts to promote Ayurveda an institute named as “Ayurved and Yoga Institute” was founded by Ayurvedic Specialist Dr. Kushagra Bendale on 20th May, 2016 in presence of Chief guest Cr. Intaj Khan, Portfolio : Economic Development, Wyndham City Council, Victoria, Australia.
Cr Intaj Khan said, ‘Wyndham City is rapidly growing council and there is a huge demand for services like Ayurveda and Yoga in the city’.
On this occasion Dr. Bendale (B.A.M.S., D.Y.A., G.D.M., M.B.A. and Certified & Registered Ayurvedic Practitioner in Australia) explained us his Vision about the organization.
How effective is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is a very effective system of health that is being more and more recognized in the Western countries. It is one of the primary systems of health care in India, and has been used for thousands of years for all sorts of ailments and disorders. Today Ayurveda is popular all over the world. Hospitals and clinics offer it, press reports it, researchers examine it, governments host it and people love it.
Does Ayurvedic treatment take a long time to heal ailments?
No. This is a common misconception regarding Ayurveda. The question you have to ask yourself is: are you looking for a quick fix or mere suppression of symptoms or are you actually seeking to dissolve the deep rooted cause of the imbalance and rejuvenate deeply? We recommend if you are looking for a quick fix or a quick suppression then Ayurveda is not the right modality for you. But if you are looking to get to the bottom of your imbalance then Ayurveda, in a relatively short time (you will be surprised) will begin to offer its benefits.
Are there any ‘Antibiotics’ in ‘Ayurveda’?
Ayurveda does not have the word ‘Antibiotics’ but a curious search in its literature will definitely yield number of references stating that certain diseases are produced due to micro-organisms and one has to destroy them to preserve the health. Various types of these organisms are also described in Veda and Ayurveda. Ayurveda has not only advised on destroying these disease producing organisms but has also stressed that one should also increase the resisting power-immunity against these organisms to prevent the relapses of the disease. Almost all the herbs and medicines suggested by Ayurveda for killing these germs also have the property of increasing the immunity. This is called ‘Rasayana’ in Ayurveda.
About Ayurved and Yoga Institute’s Experts Panel.
Ayurvedic doctors study not only ayurveda medicine but also anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, toxicology, pathology, pediatrics, gynecology – obstetrics, ENT, medicine and surgery.
There are hundreds of seminars/ workshops/ public awareness programs being conducted in the world under label of Ayurveda. In most of the cases we have noticed it is not a true reflection of Ayurveda. Hence AAYI aim to promote authenticate, evidence based scientific Ayurveda to common people in Australia. Our panel includes registered ayurvedic physicians in Australia, Dr Yashaswini Bharadwaj (B.A.M.S., M.S.) and overseas online consultant Dr Mayuresh Bhoskar (B.A.M.S., A.C.L.S., B.L.S.)
AAYI future plans?
AAYI will be helping people to restore their health. Based on their diagnosis, we will be offering special recommendation to each individual on lifestyle, diet, exercise, yoga and therapies like oil massage, shirodhara. There is enough awareness about Yoga in Australia, that’s why AAYI has been named as Ayurved and Yoga Institute.
AAYI has planned to organize short term and long term seminars and courses in Australia. Dr Bendale also mentioned that AAYI is very happy on their launch and also introduce small seminars and courses to common people. Currently they will be offering courses in Kids Health – Ayurveda and Yoga, Diabetes and Ayurveda, Stress – Ant aging and Ayurveda in Melbourne.
For more information contact Dr Bendale on 0411477329 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org