Ayurveda, the term is made of two words- AYU and VEDA which literally means the knowledge of long life.
Ayurveda is the oldest existing medical system of India which dates back to Vedic period.
Ayurveda has flourished over 5000 years because of its own unique and original fundamental principles which seem to be even more relevant in the context
of modern life style. There is an increasing eagerness to know about all aspects of Ayurveda in the present era all over the globe.
Ayurveda has a holistic preventive and curative approach where the aim is not only to curb the disease of ill but also to maintain the Physical ,
mental and spiritual health of a healthy person.
The Ayurvedic classics describe eight well developed clinical branches of Ayurveda:
Kaya Chikitsa- Medicine
Shalya Tantra- Surgery
Shalakya Tantra- ENT and Opthalamology
Koumarbhritya- Paediatrics and Obstretics
Agad Tantra- Toxicology
Bhut Vidya- Psychiatry
Rasayan- Rejuvenation therapy and geriatrics
Vajikaran- Sexology (Including Aphrodisiac for better progeny )