According to Ayurvedic Medicine, the balance or equilibrium of DOSHA (bio humors), DHATU (tissues), MALA (waste eliminations) and AGNI (Digestive fire) with balanced mental and spiritual elements is HEALTH.
Following the path of Ayurveda, is purely cost effective and reduce the health care burden on the county. Even though, conventional medicine is of well research based still only address the symptoms, whereas, Ayurvedic medicine is purely orientated towards, prevention first, health maintenance second and finally treatment of disease or symptoms. Conventional approach while treating disease is to treat the specific cause of the disease such as microorganisms will cure the disease. On the other hand Ayurveda looks at the whole aspect as imbalance in the physical and mental status, which will decrease the body immune mechanism to fight against the disease.
Ayurveda can be adopted by any other country other than India, as the concepts of proper lifestyle, dietary habits and seasonal routines are can adoptable and adjustable based of the constitution of the individual, which may need a slight modification according to the culture and environment of the county. The ayurvedic medicines can be used along with conventional medicines in most of the cases, and certainly can be integrated with other health systems, which is help to increase the choice for the physician and the patients.
Certainly, Ayurveda medicine has gained the momentum globally; many parts of world are working on the various clinical and non clinical components of Ayurveda. The crucial aspects of it are mainly education and training.