What is Ayurveda
Ayurveda in Sanskrit means “the Science of Life”.
Ayurveda is a Holistic Healing System originated in India & Sri Lanka more than 5,000 years ago and is often called the “Mother of All Healing."
In Ayurveda, sensory impressions are considered crucial to health.⠀
⠀With every breath, we exchange our personal energy with the energy of the universe, and we are constantly taking in impressions via the five sense organs—the ears, skin, eyes, tongue, and nose.⠀
⠀At Muse, we use the tools of Taste , Smells , Sight & Feeling, Sounds, to balance and heal you⠀
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World Health Organization has been paying significant acknowledgment on Traditional Medicine & Ayurveda.
WHO has established a traditional medicine strategy, which involves, among other complementary health systems, Ayurveda. The first previous global strategy was published in 2002 and dealt especially with herbal medicines. The current version (2014-2023) is beginning to consider aspects of Traditional and Complementary Medicine practices and practitioners and whether and how they should be integrated into overall health service delivery. It is as well part of the 2013 WHO, WIPO, WTO TRIPS study on health innovation and access to medicines.
The WTO mentions Ayurveda in its intellectual property strategy. Traditional medicine, including Ayurveda, contributes significantly to the health status of many communities, and is increasingly used within certain communities in developed countries. Traditional medicine has a long history of use in health maintenance and in disease prevention and treatment, particularly for chronic diseases
The WHO paper asks to integrate traditional and complementary medicine services, where appropriate, into health care service delivery and self-health care and to promote an improved universal health coverage by doing so.