Elzac Herbals is a well known and trusted name in Ayurvedic and Herbal market. We provide best services along with best natural Ayurvedic Products. Our motto is to provide best quality and efficacy products to our customer without any chemicals and side effects. Elzac Herbals was started in 2012 by aiming to provide chemical free future to our new generation. In short period of time we have achieved many mile stone in success. Our growth rate is more than hundred percent per year.
Ayurveda (आयुर्वेद) is basis of our growth in Elzac Herbal India. Ayurveda is more than 5000 years old system of medicines that are based at Jadi-Buti (Herbs), Yoga (Physical Exercise), sudhi (Purification) etc. Ayurveda describes the beneficial, non beneficial, happy and unhappy aspects of life. Health is defined as the state of equilibrium of dosha (humours), agni (digestive juices, enzymes and hormones), dhatu (tissues) and the normal excretion of mala (waste materials), along with a happy state of atma (soul), indriya (sensory and motor organs), and manas (mind). Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word derived from ayur (life) and veda (knowledge), and is also known as the “science of life”.
The Ayurvedic concepts of physiology, pathology, diagnosis, medicine and therapeutics are based on the doctrine of tridoshas: vata, pitta and kapha. They are designated as doshas because of their capacity to vitiate other doshas and also as dhatus as they support the body. The doshas are present in every cell and move through every channel of the body.
Our body is made-up of five elements known as Maha Panch Bhutas i.e. Pritvi (earth), Jal (water), Agni (fire), Vayu (air) and Akash (space). Seven basic Dhatu mentioned in ayurveda is Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa, Meda, Asthi, Majja and Shukra. In Ayurveda, all substances are considered to inherent with 20 types of Gunas (characteristics). These are in 10 pairs of antonyms: heavy/light, cold/hot, unctuous/dry, dull/sharp, stable/mobile, soft/hard, non-slimy/slimy, smooth/coarse, minute/gross, viscous/liquid.
In classical Ayurvedic Texts, Ayurveda’s has been described in eight departmental components known as Astang (अष्टांग)
. These Astang is basis of Ayurvedic Treatment.
Kayachikitsa: Cure of diseases affecting the body. Kaumara-bhrtya and Bala Roga: Treatment of Children. Shalya Tantra: Surgical Procedures. Salakya Tantra: Cure of diseases of Nose, Teeth, Ear or Eyes etc. Bhuta-Vidya (Non visible or not explained causes like micro-organism and spirit etc. Agada Tantra: Destruction of Poison. Rasayana Tantra (Rejuvenation). Vajikarana Tantra (Aphrodisiacs).
Body transport fluids with the help of Srotas (Channels) and ensuring the proper functioning of these Srotas is one of main part in Ayurvedic Treatment, because improper functioning of Channels cause disease. Oil massage and Swedana is practiced to open up these Srotas (Channels)..
Rigveda (2000 BC) is the oldest recorded document regarding use of plants as medicine in India, and this tradition continued in another ancient text, Atharvaveda (1500-1000 BC), which described more plants and introduced basic concepts.
In 1000 BC, Punarvasu Atreya (head of the school of medicine) and Divodas Dhanvantari (head of the school of surgery) imparted knowledge and practical training to their students. The brilliant scholars of these schools faithfully documented the precepts of their masters in their compendia, popularly known as the Charaka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita , respectively.
The Charaka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita are the basic scriptures of Ayurveda, but they are supplemented by thousands of additions based on observation and experience, none of which affect the sanctity of the basic texts.