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08 Oct 2022
Celebrating 100 Years Of knowledge, technology, and tradition promoting positive health through Ayurveda

Celebrating 100 Years Of knowledge, technology, and tradition promoting positive health through Ayurveda The holistic view of wellbeing advocated by Ayurveda is the one that most closely relates to the present. We may employ the richness of information found in Ayurveda to improve and fortify the body and mind. Together, nations, communities, and people are preserving the health and safety of the whole human race. Each of us contributes to and is affected by our environment as we develop and are formed by it. These surroundings include not just the physical expressions of nature that can be seen, but also the surrounding microbes and the microbiome that keeps us alive. It matters how we affect the environment and how the environment affects us. Being surrounded by tranquil, balanced nature outside aids us in achieving our own personal harmony and wellness inside.

Through a century of research and expertise, the founders of Arya Vaidya Vilasini Vaidya Sala have created potent formulations that have endured the test of time. To ensure that the Ayurvedic medicines are safe and free of adverse effects for use by the general public worldwide, these licenced proprietary medicines are produced and packaged in accordance with GMP quality standards. Most of the products we use in Ayurvedic medicine contain herbs, metals, minerals, or other materials that may be harmful if used improperly or without the direction of a trained practitioner. Ayurvedic medicines are regulated as dietary supplements rather than as drugs in the United States, so they are not required to meet the safety and efficacy standards for conventional medicines. These medicines can interact, or work against, the effects of Western medicines. Investigate the training and background of Ayurvedic practitioners whom you intend to use. It's important to discuss any Ayurvedic treatments that you use with your doctor. Women who are pregnant or nursing, or people who are thinking of using Ayurvedic therapy to treat a child, should consult their healthcare provider. It is important to make sure that any diagnosis of a disease or condition has been made by a healthcare provider who has substantial conventional medical training and experience with managing that disease or condition. While Ayurveda can have positive effects when used as a complementary therapy in combination with standard, conventional medical care, it should not replace standard, conventional medical care, especially when treating serious conditions. Our mission is to become a premier, multifaceted, ethical, business organisation dedicated to quality and governed by tradition in the field of ayurveda.