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Seasonal variations (Ritucharya) directly impact the health status of a human being. This is one of the fundamental tenants of Ayurveda approach to treating diseases and maladies afflicting the human body and mind. The seasons in Ayurveda are based upon the Sun’s dominance during Adana (Summer/Dry season that is roughly mid-January through mid-July) and the Moon’s dominance during Visarga (Winter/Wet-season that is roughly mid-July through mid-January), the wind being drier in Adana (dry season) than Visarga (Wet season). At AyurVAID Kalmatia, we offer season specific treatment regimens for different chronic and non-communicable diseases for the most effective results.
Seasonal variations (Ritucharya) directly impact the health status of a human being. This is one of the fundamental tenants of Ayurveda approach to treating diseases and maladies afflicting the human body and mind. The seasons in Ayurveda are based upon the sun’s dominance during Adana (Summer/Dry season that is roughly mid-January through mid-July) and the moon’s dominance during the Visarga (Winter/Wet-season that is roughly mid-July through mid-January), the wind being drier in Adana (dry season) then Visarga (wet season).
Every year (Samvatsara) is divided six seasons (Ritu) andeach season consists of two months (Masa). The seasonsare in turn grouped into two viz., Adana Kala and Visarga Kala, based on the movement of Earth. Adana kala consists of Shishira (Winter), Vasanta(Spring) and Greeshma (Summer)ritus where Earth moves nearer to Sun and thus the heat is more felt bythe living beings. Visarga kala consists of Varsha (Rainy Season), Sharad (Autumn) and Hemanta(early Winter) where the direction is away from theSun making the living being feels better and cooler.
The atmospheric fluctuations caused by the changing seasons create a disturbance in the equilibrium of the mahabhutas, the five elements- Akash (Ether/Space), Vayu (Air), Agni (Fire), Jala and Prithvi (earth). This in turn impact and imbalance the physiological constitution (Prakruthi) of a human being represented by the three Doshas (Bioelements)– Vata, Pitta and Kapha - and his psychological character represented by the Gunas - Sattva (intelligence, imparts balance), Rajas (energy, causes imbalance) and Tamas (substance, creates inertia).
The change of seasons and the disturbances caused by these changes lead to derangements in the bio-elements (Dosha) and psychic elements (gunas), leaving the human being exposed to a Sanchaya (accumulation), the first stage of disease. As the change of the season continues, the human being if he ignores his condition, exposes himself to Prakopa (vitiation). He can bring the doshas back to normalcy with due diligent diet and medical interventions though it is held that Nature too shows mercy as the next change of season helps naturally Shaman (pacification) the condition.
At AyurVAID Kalmatia, expert physicians have evolved seasonal treatment modules for different physiological and psychological conditions for the most effective results and outcomes. For Customized Packages, email us at: kalmatia@ayurvaid.com
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