Ayurveda literally means ‘science of life’ and is based on oldest medical system originated for a healthy lifestyle. Chakrasamhita is the first significant writing about Ayurveda which appeared around 5000 years ago followed by Shushruta Samhita and Ashtanga Hridaya. The scriptures from Ayurveda has covered all the body parts thoroughly which include surgical procedures as well. The methods of Ayurveda spread all across the world gradually as a potent source of body knowledge and cure of disease without any drawbacks.
Ayurveda represents a simple healing approach holistic in nature. It suggests to reach the deep rooted cause of the sickness to cure it by knowing the oneself. It strives to collect the feedback of a problem and discovers the primary cause of the ailment which includes dietary imbalance, unhealthy lifestyle, hereditary taint, negative thoughts as well as energetic and emotional imbalance. It focuses on the broader context of the condition which affect the physical and mental state of the body.