This ancient saying in Sanskrit of CHARAKA, the court physician of King Kanishka in the First Century A. D. meaning-
"Health is at the root of ethical living, earning. family life and spiritual striving", is comparable to the most modern definition of health adopted by The World Health Organisation (WHO) of The United Nations - "A state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmities."
" LIFE IS NOT MERELY LIVING, BUT LIVING IN HEALTH."

is the ages old ancient answer for our modern health needs.
So advanced are the concepts and principles of Ayurveda relating to the promotion and maintenance of health that several of the "so-called" modern ideas and thoughts find their roots in these old concepts. Present day scientists and researchers have been substantiating through modern research, the validity of the traditional applications of the Ayurvedic healthcare system. Western countries are now increasingly patronizing the ancient time tested all natural herbal dietary supplements of Ayurveda . According to Ayurveda, the Tridosha, comprising the three Doshas Vata (Air), Pitta (Fire) and Kapha (Water), is the main pillar of the human body and any inequilibrium of this leads to disorders like stress, fatigue, hypertension, debility, lack of concentration and many other ailments. Each of these three Doshas represents a fundamental controlling principle in human physiology. Ayurveda helps to maintain these three Doshas in the balanced state. Ayurveda. the oldest and extremely scientific natural healthcare system known to man, has represented an over all approach to physical and mental well being.

JEANINE BARONE writes in her article "THE HEALING HERBS OF AYURVEDA" published in June 1999 issue of the American Journal "Great Life" -- "Originating in India and then spreading to Egypt, Greece, Rome, China, Japan and Russia, Ayurvedic Medicine is probably the oldest continually practiced health care system on the Planet. This ancient system was devised after careful observations of hundreds of thousands of individuals over thousands of years." 1

JAMES J. GORMLEY says in his article
"Ayurvedic Medicine" Published in May 1999 issue of the American Journal "Better Nutrition" "... a 6000 year -- old science called Ayurveda...Believed to be the earliest recorded, and codified medical system (one which is Granddaddy of Traditional Chinese medicine)." 2

DR. EARL MINDELL, the Best Selling Author of "Earl Mindell's Supplement Bible" says about Ayurvedic Medicine --" More than 6000 years old India's Ayurvedic System of Medicine is the oldest recorded medical system in the world... Ayurvedic Medicine has been dubbed the "Mother of all healing." ... Ayurvedic Practioners were light years ahead of their time in their knowledge of the powerful healing properties of plants. In this respect, thay are the Founders of Modern Pharmacology"
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ROB McCALEB, President of The Herb Research Foundation. Colorado, USA, says in his article " historic herbals of AYURVEDIC MEDICINE " published in the July 1994 issue of The American Journal BETTER NUTRITION for Today's Living- " Ayurvedic medicine, the ancient medicinal system of India, faithfully serves millions in the world today. Perhaps the oldest of all medicinal systems, its earlier written works are over 6.500 years old. In many ways, the ancient Indians were not only centuries, but millennia ahead of their neighbors in medical art and science... Ayurvedic medicine has served the world well, proving health care throughout an unbroken 6,000- year history... the ancient system of Ayurvedic medicine has withstood the test of time and is now experiencing a tremendous resurgence of interest in the Western World."
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Dr. MICHAEL TIERRA, O. M. D. Founder of The American Herbalists Guild and one of the Nation's most respected Herbalists from Santa Cruz, California, USA. writes in his article "Ayurveda: The Ancient Science Of Life" published in the October 1994 issue of The American Journal DELICIOUS! - " THE CULTURE AND PHILOSOPHY of India has Influenced the West in the last several decades. Ayurvedic medicine, an ancient system of natural health care, is gaining popularity in this country. Ayurveda, practiced for nearly 6,000 years, embodies body-mind care and spiritual philosophies The most fundamental principle of Ayurvedic healing is called tridosha, or the three humors. This system classifies human types and diseases into three categories: Air (vata), Fire (pitta) and Water (kapha) .. health is a balance of all three humors." 5

TONIA GAUER, writes in the article " Ayurveda Demystified " published in the September 1996 issue of "alive" The Canadian Journal Of Health And Nutrition - " A long, healthy life can be yours if you heed the teachings of Ayurveda...today Ayurveda treates millions of people successfully each year...Ayurveda is fast becoming the rising star among natural methods of achieving good health and prolonging life...Ayurveda is unmatched - its time tested wisdom spanning the millennia to bring us the answers we need today." 6

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