Vrishya Chtikitsa, which means the medicine or therapy by which a man becomes capable of copulating with a woman. Vrishya Chtikitsa also helps in nourishing the body of the person. Apart from prescribing a lot of effective formulations to provide nutrition to enhance the quality of these vital body fluids, it has been specifically emphasized to lead a highly disciplined life. Charaka, in his great Ayurvedic classic writing Charaka Samhita, states the use of aphrodisiacs as mentioned in ayurvedic therapies enhance one’s potency. – See more at: http://ayurveda.iloveindia.com/ayurvedic-treatment/vrishya-chikitsa.html#sthash.43b6F9r8.dpufRead more at http://ayurveda.iloveindia.com/ayurvedic-treatment/vrishya-chikitsa.html#LR8Z4HpfIZLdgStR.99
The aim of Ayurveda, the Mother of all healing systems, is not just to cure disease, but to achieve total good health. Of the eight branches of this 5000 year old science of life, Jara Chikitsa or Rasayana Chikitsa as it is also known, is a positive expression of this philosophy. “Jara” actually means wrinkles, but this Ayurvedic speciality is not confined to geriatric treatment or old age. Jara Chikitsa or Rasayana Chikitsa is a rejuvenating therapy that repairs wear and tear of the body, and revitalizes body tissues. It arrests ageing, gives luster to the skin, nourishes the blood and tissues, energizes and boosts the immune system. Rasayana Chikitsa ensures a longer life with good physical and mental health- and actually goes a step further, to provide spiritual solace as well, for an individual’s total well being. In short, Rasayana Chikitsa boosts the vital force of life, known as ‘ojas’ in Ayurveda.
Dalai Lama was asked what his most amazing.
– Man. At first, he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he spends money on the restoration of health. At the same time he is so worried about his future that never enjoy the present. As a result, he does not live any present or future. He lives as if never die, and dying, regrets that lived.