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Its recorded origins reach back to the Vedic civilization some 3,500 to 4,000 years ago.
The name Ayurveda is derived from two Sanskrit words, Ayur meaning life and longevity, and Veda meaning knowledge of science.
The herbs and treatments are aimed at improving the condition for both men and women.
It is a system of medicine with natural remedies that can treat most of the so called incurable diseases.
Ayurvedic anatomy and physiology are based on three factors – dosh (basic body constituents), dhatu (body tissues) and mala (body wastes.) Ayurved believes that dhatu give structure to the body and they are the ones who function for the body under the governance of the dosha.
In all, there are seven dhatu: rasa, rakta, mansa, med, asthi, majja and shukra.
From rasa (life sap) the body develops rakta (blood), from rakta it develops mansa (muscles), from mansa is developed med (fat), from med is developed asthi (bones), from asthi the body develops majja (nervous system) and from majja is generated shukra (reproductive elements in the body).
This was believed by society and generations after generations said that if the whole of society followed these guidelines strictly then it would produce tejaswi (bright and brilliant) and ojaswi (those who have a stronger vital force supporting their life) progeny.