Ayurveda has transformed healthcare in recent times although it has been a part the Indian Culture since the time of the Upanishads and the Vedas. Ayurveda was the first advanced described healthcare of our society. It is based on using raw natural ingredients and process it into a mixed combination of ingredients to make a certain powder, syrup or like a churna to remedy a particular kind of health issue. Ayurveda focuses on targeting and improving the overall health structure of the body rather than solely focusing on just solving the current issue.
Ayurvedic medicines have been relied upon by many for their day-to-day considerations regarding health especially in rural areas where modern healthcare is not that advanced.
The growth and rapid demand for ayurvedic medicines has increased in recent times as people recognize the side-effects of modern allopathic medicines. Unless and unless, someone is suffering from an actual disease or problem that requires them to undergo a whole treatment requiring them to take those medicines, its recommended that or moreover, people prefer to take ayurvedic or homeopathic treatment for issues that are not so severe such as common cold, cough or digestion problems.
Ayurveda comes with no side-effects as it is purely derived from organic natural ingredients and then based on processes to carry out their full transformation.