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    1. Doshas: Ayurveda is based on the concept of three fundamental energies or doshas – Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These doshas are believed to govern various physiological and psychological functions in the body. Each person is thought to have a unique combination of these doshas, which determines their individual constitution or Prakriti.

    2. Prakriti and Vikriti: Prakriti refers to an individual’s inherent constitution, which is determined by the predominance of one or more doshas at birth. Vikriti, on the other hand, represents the current state of imbalance or disturbance in the doshas due to various factors like diet, lifestyle, and environmental influences.

    3. Dhatus and Malas: Ayurveda categorizes the body into seven tissues or dhatus, including plasma, blood, muscles, fat, bone, marrow, and reproductive tissues. Malas are waste products produced during metabolic processes, such as urine, feces, and sweat.

    4. Agni (Digestive Fire): Agni is the digestive fire responsible for breaking down and assimilating nutrients from food. Proper digestion is crucial for maintaining health in Ayurveda, and imbalances in Agni are believed to lead to various health issues.

    5. Ayurvedic Diagnosis: Ayurvedic practitioners diagnose imbalances by considering various factors, including physical examination, pulse diagnosis (Nadi Pariksha), tongue examination, and discussions about lifestyle and diet.

    6. Ayurvedic Treatments: Ayurvedic treatments aim to restore balance to the doshas and promote overall well-being. Common therapies include herbal remedies, dietary changes, detoxification (Panchakarma), yoga, meditation, and lifestyle adjustments.

    7. Herbal Medicine: Ayurveda extensively uses herbs and natural substances for medicinal purposes. The combination of herbs is often tailored to an individual’s constitution and health condition.

    8. Panchakarma: Panchakarma is a detoxification and purification process that involves various therapies to eliminate toxins from the body. It includes procedures like Vamana (therapeutic vomiting), Virechana (purgation), Basti (enema), Nasya (nasal administration), and Raktamokshana (bloodletting).

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