“மிகினும் குறையினும் நோய்செய்யும் நூலோர்
வளிமுதலா எண்ணிய மூன்று”
“mikinum kurayinum noyceyyum noolor
valimutala enniya moonru”
Books written by learned ones state three life forces or energy, starting with Vata (wind). Deficiency or excess of these leads to illness
There is a famous sloka in Sanskrit which reads as follows:
ayogyah purusho naasti
This can be translated as ‘there is no letter which is not a mantra, there is no root (or herb) which is not a medicine, there is no person who is not suitable (good). What is missing, often, is the person who knows to apply properly in the context
Everything and everyone in the world exist for a reason. It could be used for benefit of one another. But there should be someone which has the knowledge, experience and willingness to venture into it and help
It is equally applicable in healthcare as well. Now a days, information is available on fingertips for everyone. eg. what causes a disease, what could be the medicines/treatments etc. However, if it is not applied with the help and advice from a well qualified, experienced physician these may lead to unwanted consequences.
This is true irrespective of whether one is following allopathy, ayurveda, homeopathy etc.
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In panjchabhootas, Akaasa (space) is associated with sound and it is perceived by the njanendriya Ears (srotras). We associate sound with space. eg. When did the noise come from?