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Holistic and the Individual approach

Allopathy provides you with immediate results, taking a tablet against insomnia gives you sleep, it cures the symptoms, but does it cure the cause? The basic difference between Ayurveda and Western allopathic medicine is important to understand. Western allopathic medicine currently tends to focus on symptomatology and disease, and primarily uses drugs and surgery to rid the body of pathogens or diseased tissue.

Ayurveda does not focus on disease. Rather, Ayurveda maintains that all life must be supported by energy in balance. The holistic approach to health means that the body, the mind and the soul are brought into harmony. This is accomplished by adjusting the bodily energies, the doshas.

The individual approach to one's health is the reason for the continuous success of the Ayurveda treatments. In Ayurveda, every treatment plan is unique because every patient is unique. One patient may require the extracts of a particular herb to regain health or, in the Ayurveda saying, to re-establish the balance of his doshas, whereas the same herb would not have any effect with another patient.

Just as everyone has a unique fingerprint, each person has a unique pattern of energy - an individual combination of physical, mental and emotional characteristics - which comprises their own constitution. This constitution is determined at conception by a number of factors and remains the same throughout one's life.