National Ayurveda Day: 

 

 

28th October is observed as National Ayurveda Day throughout the world. It is the auspicious occasion of Dhanwantari Jayanti 

 

Dhanvantari is the God of Ayurveda according to Puranas. The worshippers of Hinduism seek the blessing of Dhanwantari for good health especially on Dhanvantari Trayodashi which is more commonly known as Dhanteras. Govt. Of  India has declared  "National Ayurveda Day" will be celebrated on the day of Dhanwantari Jayanti from now onwards. 

 

Ayurveda is a science of life or Ayu. It has a history of 5000 years, and amazing natural healing process suppressed by the mean of British colonization. Ayurveda is once again gained it's lost fame both in India and across the world. Traditional Chinese Medicine and Tibetan medicine both emerged from old Ayurvedic medicinal science. Ancient Greek medicine also practiced many ideas initially portrayed in medical texts of Ayurveda which are thousands of years old. 

 

 

 

 More than only a method of healing illness, Ayurveda is an amazing science of life (Ayur = life, Veda =  knowledge). It provides a body of wisdom crafted to relive people to be fit while understanding their full potential of life. Giving instructions on an ideal day to day and monthly diet, routines, behavior and the utmost uses of human senses, Ayurveda retrospect us that health is the stability and active unification between our body, spirit, mind, and environment. 

The theme for this year in National Ayurveda Day is,  ‘Ayurveda for Prevention and Control of Diabetes‘. Diabetes which is a fast-growing lifestyle-related disease has out of the world medicinal treatment in Ayurveda. Diabetes is known as Madhumeha in Ayurveda. Madhumeha emerges in two ways. ... a block of the duct (srotas) through clog by Kapha dosha, and adipose tissue (Kapha Meda Avarana) is another reason for diabetes. Both of these reasons result in  Vata dosha which may attribute to diabetes mellitus in few years.  Ayurveda is the ancient Hindu system of natural treatment founded on the unique idea of equilibrium in human body systems and uses herbal remedies,  diet, and yoga for well being.  It has been assimilating in Atharva Veda, the last but not the least of the four Vedas. 

 

 

 Targeting the goal of achieving a diabetes controlled India we should take care of our best of health. There are some excellent Ayurvedic remedial Juices and capsules  for control of Madhumeha: 

 

 

 

Amla Juice in controlling diabetes :

 

Amla juice is one of the incredible gifts of mother nature. It is a storehouse of Vitamin C and other nutrients like iron, antioxidants. The scientific name of Amla is Phyllanthus emblica. The Sanskrit name for Amla or Indian gooseberry is Amlaki.  Amla Berry is a sour, bitter and astringent fruit grown in wet hilly areas of India.

 The tree is small to medium-sized. Generally ripening in autumn, the berries are harvested by hand. Amla is used for making pickle, jam, jelly, murabba. But the real health and beauty benefit of Amla comes from consuming Amla Berry juice regularly. In Hindu beliefs, Amla is said to have originated from the drops of Amrit. The religious belief claims Amla has an out of world medicinal property which cures almost every disease and extends span and quality of life.

 

  

 

Aloe Vera juice in controlling diabetes

Made from the thick and fresh green to grey-green leaf of the Aloe Vera plant Aloe VERA juice is a miracle nectar that's packed with health benefits. Aloe Vera also was known as Ghritkumari in Ayurveda is a complete nourishment to the body. Aloe Vera juice is an ancient elixir for good health dating back nearly 5000 years to early Egyptian times. This beautiful stemless or short-stemmed medicinal plant is the only natural way to get vitamin B12 which prevents anemia. The other nutrients are vitamin A, C, E as well as minerals like potassium, zinc, and magnesium helping balance metabolism. The juice is made by crushing, grinding and blending of the entire leaf and adding orange fruit concentrate to make the consumer experience even more better.

  

 

 

Karela Jamun Juice in controlling diabetes

Karela Jamun Juice which is a concoction of Karela (Bitter Gourd) and Jamun  (Indian BlackBerry) is an astonishing pack full of amazing health benefits. Karela and Jamun Juice together makes a magical elixir which controls blood sugar and fights many other health ailments miraculously. 

             The scientific name of Karela is Momordica charantia. It is commonly known as bitter gourd. Karela is used for a long time in various Asian and African herbal medicines. In Turkey, it has been used for stomach complaints. In Ayurveda Karela is used to treat diabetes, stomachic, laxative, antibilious, emetic, anthelmintic agent,cough, and cold, skin disease, wounds, ulcer, gout, and rheumatism. 

      The scientific name of Jamun is Syzygium cumini and is a tropical evergreen tree. Jamun tree is native to the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia,China, and Queensland. Jamun has a  harsh but sweetish flavor, somewhat acid and astringent. The fruit has a magnificent quality to convert starch into energy and balance blood sugar levels.  Jamun is high in iron content and Vitamin C.  It is an extraordinary remedy for anemia and jaundice.  

  

 

  

 Giloy Juice in controlling diabetes 

        Giloy Juice is referred to as ‘Amrita' that is ‘the root of immortality ‘in Sanskrit. It has been used in Indian Ayurveda for a long time for it's out of the world medicinal properties. The elixir is made from the stem of Giloy plant ( Tinospora Cardifolla ) also named as Guduchi. Which means a plant which protects the body from diseases. The herbaceous vine is a native of the tropical areas of India, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. It is a large extensively spreading shrub with green heart-shaped leaves. Giloy is a divine plant a powerhouse of antioxidants boosting Immunity. Giloy controls blood sugar level effectively, fights harmful bacteria, fights urinary tract infection lever and heart-related diseases. It also combats chronic fever. Giloy is a blessing to mankind from mother nature. A herbal solution towards happy and energetic life for you and your family 

  

 

  

Triphala Juice in controlling diabetes

.  The word Triphala means three fruits namely Amla, Haritaki, and Bibhitaki. Triphala juice is an ancient Ayurvedic elixir full of antioxidants. The three fruits are necessarily cultivated in unpolluted areas without the use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Triphala is handpicked with great care when they ripen. It is taken care of that the whole process is done with extreme cleanliness to get the best results. Triphala is being used in Ayurveda for thousands of years. Charak the famous Ayurvedic physician and writer accounted the benefits of Triphala in his book Charak Samhita the fundamental textbook of Ayurveda. Triphala Juice an amazing aid to blood sugar control, digestion and excretion promoting life full of vitality and health. 

  

Not only Juices Ayurvedic capsules like Ashwagandha tablet, Moringa tablet, Triphala tablet, Neem tablet also shows the remarkable result in controlling blood sugar and hit the jackpot of controlling Diabetes the main target of National Ayurveda Day this year. 

  

To mark this day, the Union Ministry of AYUSH had directed at a whole day national meeting on Prevention and Control of Diabetes according to  Ayurveda in New Delhi.  Apart from this, the Ministry had also initiated  Mission Madhumeha through Ayurveda on the special event. The Mission Madhumeha will be executed right through our country by a unique proposal  National Treatment Protocol for productive administration of Diabetes by Ayurveda.  On the occasion of National Seminar, the national treatment Protocol was also published. 

 Prime Minister also announced  Ayurvedic Standard Treatment Guidelines by Ministry of AYUSH. He also handed over  Yoga Award to Ramamani Iyengar Mem... 

 Foremost  AIIA is a top institute under Ministry of AYUSH. It is focused to bring collaboration between the traditional ancient wisdom of Ayurveda and modern medical science. 

  

 

 

Conclusion 

 Ayurveda, our traditional treatment system of healing has gone worldwide as an ancient in-depth system of mind-body natural medicine. Just like yoga, Ayurveda is now observed as the core of natural healing for both psychological and physical well-being.  This global modern Ayurveda has derived from the ancient tradition of Ayurveda with its deep knowledge of Vedas. From diet , herbal remedies on all levels of mantra pranayama and meditation. It is vastly extending the boundaries of medicine far from chemical drugs and creating higher awareness within us. 

  

 

 Objectives of Ayurveda Day: 

 

Ayurveda day say is an attempt to promote Ayurveda into mainstream healthcare markets of the country, by focusing on the strength and unique properties of Ayurvedic treatment. utilize the properties of Ayurveda and Reduce the burden of disease, explore the potential of Ayurveda to contribute towards National health policy & National Health programmes. Promote Ayurvedic principles of healing in society. Create a sense of awareness in today's generation. 

 

National Ayurveda Day logo:

The following elements have been introduced in the national Ayurvedic day Logo: The silhouette of Lord Dhanwantari has been placed in the center of the logo along with the five petals in the logo. The five petals symbolize Pancha Mahabhuta. The three circles beneath signify Vata, Pitta, Kapha. The fundamental principles of Ayurveda. the essence of healing is depicted by An oval leaf that encircles the logo. This is based on healing through Nature adopted from the fundamental principles of Ayurveda..  Lord Dhanvantari Dhanvantari is the form of Lord Vishnu. He is the protective aspect of divinity who had appeared out of the Samudra Manthan. Samudra Manthan is the original churning of the cosmic ocean and a gift of healing for all. The nectar pot of immortality held by Lord Dhanvantari grants optimal health.  He had the ability to rejuvenate the body and mind. He is the ideal doctor and manifestation of compassion. He represents the wisdom of Ayurveda in practical application and his image can be found at ayurvedic schools and clinics. Lord Dhanvantari is worshipped and mantras to him are chanted daily by ayurvedic schools and clinics. Open yourself to the power of healing by honoring Dhanvantari. Accessing the inner benedicts is more important than investing in gold or silver. As Indians are commonly attracted to the sin of acquiring wealth by all means. We need to increase the use of Ayurveda when medicine has become expensive and medicinal drugs have numerous side effects.

 

 The vast scope of AyurvedaVedanta and yoga are the two pillars of Ayurveda. A single continuum with universal consciousness is maintained by the knowledge of Ayurveda. Contrastingly, the Modern medical science views the human being as only a body without soul and treats accordingly with harsh chemical compounds which cause side effects in most of the cases. The knowledge of inner energies of herbs, spices, food, and nature is the gift of Ayurveda and brings the aspects of the suitable use of control of the mind and senses as per the intended dharmic values. In this computer age, Health and well-being remain to be one of the greatest challenges. In these challenges, we are losing our moorings in nature to an invasive technology. The artificial way of life is soon going to replace organic and natural living if intervention is not introduced at an early stage. 

 

 

 Why Ayurveda Day celebrations are so important in modern times

 

Health is a major concern in this fast era of computer and technology. We do not relate to the mother nature and dragged by the ultra modern amenities which are damaging our body constitution from inside out. The fatigue and stress piling up for years are creating major health issues for individuals. For health ailments, we are taking medicines which are again chemicals. These chemicals give us momentary relief but damage our body in the long run. Ayurvedic system of remedy is a blessing of nature providing a total wellness of mind and body. Ayurveda day celebrations will create an awareness among the young generation of today about the rich heritage of medicinal science we have inherited from our ancestors. Life is a journey from birth to death. Living a life full of vitality and happiness is the key to success. Ayurveda being the science of life can only guide us to the path of successful life.