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Why Choose Jiva For Your Next Ayurvedic Treatment?

Life is beautiful, isn’t it?
Even more, when you feel content and healthy, both physically and mentally. But easier said than done, right? Each day, a new set of challenges takes a toll on the body, causing us to give up on our health, plans, and productivity.

It is kind of ironic, considering the purpose of having a good career, good fortune and a good family is to live life endlessly, free from the clutches of stress, anxiety and any disease that comes knocking at the door.

Yet, we pay little attention to this, despite being ‘in control’ of ourselves. It is easy to fall prey to the illusion we create around us, looking up to false hope. However, all it takes is just a moment of realisation and acceptance to invite good changes in our lives. And you don’t need someone to set an example for you to be in sync with your body, understand it like a friend and communicate with it to nourish it as it requires.

By doing that, you keep a list of world-renowned chronic conditions at bay (no pun intended).   

This is where Ayurveda steps in. 

In this blog, we will establish the value that Ayurveda as a healthcare practice offers to this world and expand on it by talking about Jiva Ayurveda’s highly detailed and comprehensive treatment approach, focussing on eradicating the root of all conditions to offer true relief, that lasts.   

So without any further ado, let’s dive in.

Ayurveda Sees The Human Body As a Complete System 

In Ayurveda, the human body is considered a complete system, having the potential to heal itself. While modern healthcare usually relies on introducing external elements (medicines, vaccines and synthetic drugs) into the body when diagnosing a disease, Ayurveda, on the contrary, prepares the body to enhance its auto-immune system for self-preservation, through a combination of things.

Ayurveda aims to promote natural healing driven by enforcing lifestyle changes, and dietary regulations alongside supplementing side-effects-free herbal medicines that aim at balancing out the doshas and propelling the human body’s innate ability to heal itself.

If you are new to Ayurveda treatments, you need to understand that it doesn’t take the usual route catering to symptomatic relief. Instead, it takes a holistic approach towards an individual's health, valuing the interconnectedness of the human body and mind. The treatment is purely based on qualitative analysis and understanding of an individual's unique body and mind constitution to reach the root of the problem that the individual is suffering. And since no two human beings are alike, the treatment becomes highly personalised, so much so that from analysis to the treatment, to medicines and respective dietary and lifestyle regulations are also highly personalised, patient to patient, case to case.    

Case in point, Ayurvedic treatments have shown results that avoid the recurrence of conditions, because the root cause of the problem is targetted and attended to through natural-side effects-free medicines (and therapies) that are procured from the bounty of Mother Nature and prepared following the doctrines of the classics of Ayurveda, that remain authentic, unadulterated and uncompromised sources of knowledge, since the past 5000 years or so.

Now, let us take a moment to delve deeper into the science of Ayurveda. 

What are the fundamental elements of the Human body as per Ayurveda?

From an Ayurveda standpoint, the human body is composed of 4 key elements (mool siddhant),

  • Doshas
  • Dhatu
  • Mala and, 
  • Agni 

We have time and again talked about the three doshas, the governing energies in the human body, and how every individual exhibits the presence of these three doshas, with two of them primarily dominating, thereby defining the Prakriti (nature) of that individual. To learn more about the three Doshas, Vikriti, and Prakriti, we suggest you read our blog Is Ayurveda Right For You?

What is ‘Dhatu’ In Ayurveda?

In Ayurveda, the term Dhatu is used for the 7 fundamental tissues in the human body. These tissues are formed pragmatically in the body, through a series of metabolic processes involved in processing and digesting food. This sequential process of transformation of food is commonly referred to as Ahara Rasa.  

Following are the 7 Dhatus as described in Ayurveda.

  1. Rasa Dhatu: Sequentially, this is the first tissue that the body forms post digestion of food. It can be compared to what modern science calls ‘Plasma’.

  2. Rakta Dhatu: Rakta translates to Blood. This dhatu is created from the Rasa Dhatu i.e Plasma.

  3. Mamsa Dhatu: This refers to the muscle tissues.
  4. Meda Dhatu: This refers to the fat tissues.

  5. Asthi Dhatu: This refers to the bone tissues.

  6. Majja Dhatu: This refers to the bone marrow as well as the nerve tissues.

  7. Shukra Dhatu: This refers to the tissues responsible for reproduction, semen for males and ovum in females.

Just like maintaining balance in the three doshas is vital for good health, ensuring adequate functionality of these tissues is also of prime importance, for obvious reasons.

What is ‘Mala’ In Ayurveda?

Fairly straightforward to understand, ‘Mala’ refers to the waste produced by the human body. This can be categorised into three types - sweat, urine and stool. 

What is ‘Agni’ in Ayurveda? 

Allegorically, the process of digestion can be assumed as a furnace, where this biological fire is responsible for metabolising the food, with the help of the various secretions from the glands and organs in our body. 

One must be mindful of the fact that Ayurveda highly prioritises maintaining a good digestive Agni as it is crucial for maintaining good health and preventing the potential of disease development.

To know more about Digestive Fire ‘Agni’, we suggest you read our blog ‘Is Ayurvedic Treatment Effective ?’ 

Now that you’ve noted that the Ayurvedic approach to health care and well-being is highly detailed, logical and scientific by nature, let us move ahead and talk about how Jiva Ayurveda can be your gateway to achieving optimal health and maintaining it life-long.

30+ Years of Legacy - Offering Authentic Ayurveda Care

  • Personalised root-cause-based treatment, custom-tailored to each patient's needs
  • Pan India presence with more than 80 clinics in India
  • Trusted by millions with over 8000 consultations each day
  • 400+ certified Ayurveda doctors
  • End-to-end relief tracking using international scales
  • More than 1.5 Million consultations

Led by Renowned Ayurvedacharya Dr Partap Chauhan

The team of 400 + doctors at Jiva Ayurveda is under the guidance of Dr Partap Chauhan, the founder & director of Jiva Ayurveda, BAMS - Ayurvedacharya from Delhi University. He is also a well-known speaker, the author of two best-sellers, a TV personality and the only Ayurvedic doctor honoured with the prestigious World Summit Award by the United Nations. 

Comprehensive Ayuscience Treatment Protocols

Jiva Ayurveda has been highly research-driven since its inception. For over 30 years Jiva has been at the forefront of taking Ayurveda to every household in India. Backed by their patented AyuniqueTM Treatment Philosophy, Jiva has developed comprehensive treatment protocols, to address specific chronic health concerns, as mentioned below:

  • Weight Management Protocol 

  • Ayunique Treatment Protocol   

Super Specialist Doctors With Immense Experience 

When you seek treatment from Jiva Ayurveda, you can rest assured that your health is in the hands of highly expert specialists, who have been serving the healthcare industry for years.

Jiva eCommerce Store

Jiva has a fantastic e-commerce presence, not only through its e-commerce online store but also on other marketplaces such as Amazon and 1MG. Visit the Jiva Online Store to explore a treasure trove of more than 800 ISO-certified personal care products, dietary supplements, and chronic condition management herbal medicines. 

Jivagram Hospital - Delivering Comprehensive In-patient Care

Jiva group has also established an Ayurvedic Centre for Wellbeing - Jivagram.
It is  Haryana's first NABH-accredited Ayurvedic hospital that offers the best Ayurveda treatments, top Ayurveda therapies and much more, delivering a holistic healing experience to both national and international patients alike.

The patient journey at Jivagram also follows the  AyuniqueTM Treatment Philosophy,  starting with in-depth consultations with assigned specialist doctors, who further create a personalised treatment plan that includes the best Ayurvedic therapies, such as Panchakarma, Shirodhara, Abhyanga, yoga and meditation for mind-wellbeing, diet chart to support the treatment process under the guidance of expert nutritionists, in a highly picturesque and eco-friendly environment.

Visit the Jivagram website for more information. So with that, we conclude this blog and urge you to be considerate of your health. History has it that Pandemics like COVID-19 neither favour nor sympathise with anyone, no matter what your race, ethnicity, nationality or immunity status is. 

As they say, precaution is better than cure, one that note, we request you to be careful with your health and kick-start your holistic healing journey with Jiva Ayurveda. Stay tuned for the next blog.

To Know more , talk to a Jiva doctor. Dial 0129-4040404 or click on ‘Speak to a Doctor
under the CONNECT tab in Jiva Health App.



Ayurveda, Fundamentals of Ayurveda, Ayurveda Principals, Ayurveda Philosophy, Prakriti, doshas, Vata, Pitta, Kapha, Body constitution


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